Former clients compete in the Junior College National Championship

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Some of our former FirstPoint USA clients were recently competing in the Junior College national Championship that just finished yesterday. We had former clients competing in both teams in the final match.

Cloud County CC vs Monroe College.

Well done to all FirstPoint USA former clients:

Cloud County :

Tam McGowan

Adam Halliday

Glodi Konga

Jamie King

Neil OSullivan

Reece Chaudry

For Monroe College:

Marino Peixoto

Sebastian Ridout

Chris McDonald

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Cloud County pulls away from Monroe in DI Men's Soccer Final

Led by German Barreiro's two goals and one assist, Cloud County Community College (Kan.) defeated Monro College (N.Y.) 4-1 in the title game of the 2011 NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship on Sunday (Nov. 20) afternoon at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix, Ariz. The four-day event was hosted by Paradise Valley Community College. The Thunderbirds, who entered the tournament as the No. 3 seed and defeated second-seeded Tyler Junior College (Texas) in penalty kicks in Friday's semifinals, got on the board early with Barreiro's first netter less than three minutes into the game. Francis Villalta then made the score 2-0 just before the half on a beautiful goal from approximatley 30 yards out. Cloud County then played great defense in the second half and looked to win the contest via a 2-0 shutout until Monroe's Sagi Lev-ari gave the Mustangs second life with a goal at the 78th minute. However, the Thunderbirds would answer less than 60 seconds later when Adam Halliday found the back of the net off a great pass from Barreiro. Barreiro (#23 pictured below) then scored his second goal of the contest in the 81st minute to make the final score 4-1. Mike Moon was credited with an assist. The national championship is the first in men's soccer for Cloud County and the first for a team from NJCAA's Regoin 6 (Kansas).

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