36th Annual

Morris County

Frosh-Soph

Winter Track & Field

Championships

January 10, 2011

ARCHIVES

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE - professionalsportswire.com - collegesportswire.com - highschoolsportswire.com - Make an offer for one or all three - Submit your proposal to usafootball@rocketmail.com or 973-364-0605

Sophomore Girls Division

Morris Hills posted a three-point advantage over runneruup Randolph to capture the team title in the sophomore girls division of the 36th Annual Morris County Frosh-Soph Winter Track & Field Chsmpionships held Monday (January 10, 2011) on the campus of Drew University in Madison. Allis Clyne recorded a pair of gold medal performances for the Scarlet Knights while Jefferson's doubled, winning the 55-meter dash and 55-meter high hurdles while picking up a bronze medal in the 300-meter dash.

Sponsored by

Running

Save 15% off your order at Modells.com! Exclusions apply, 4.1 - 4.30.10

Shop Exercise at SportsAuthority.com

Shop for NASCAR Gear at Store.NASCAR.com

Shop SpencersOnline.com Today!

eSportsonline - Discount Team Gear for Every Sport + Free Shipping

100 Calorie VitaMuffins

Freshmen Girls 1600-Meter Run - Heat #1

     

Friends & Family - 15% off your order at ESPNShop.com! - Ends 11.15.10. Use CODE: ESPNFF15

Footlocker.com

ChampionUSA.com (Hanesbrands Inc.)

Shop SpencersOnline.com Today!

Freshmen Girls Division Team Scores: 1. Morris Hills 55; 2. Randolph 52; 3. Jefferson 37; 4. Mendham 35; 5. Morris Knolls 34; 6. West Morris 29; 7. Dover 24; 8. Morristown 14; 9. Hanover Park 11; 10. Whippany Park 9; 11. Chatham 4; 12. Roxbury 3; 13T. Montville 1; 13ZT. Parsippany Hills 1
55-Meter Dash Preliminaries: 1. Katoe Hatler Jefferson 7.80; 2. Katrina Jackson Randolph 7.81; 3. Lynn Petrella Randolph 7.85; 4. Andrea Bush Morris Knolls 7.92; 5. Samantha Kral Randolph 8.05; 6. Jennica Leftin Montville 8.18; 7. Afrika Clemons Randolph 8.22; 8. Courtney Hart Mount Olive 8.26; 9. Emily Hoffman Chatham 8.27; 10. Theresa Vargo Kinnelon 8.29; 11. Megan Baird Morris Hills 8.29; 12. Caitlin Crean Roxbury 8.30; 13. Victoria Wong Randolph 8.36; 14. Ulana Thompson Morris Hills 8.37; 15. Carrie Wasdyke Jefferson 8.37; 16. Natasha Nikodijevic Madison 8.41; 17. Olivia Hinds Dover 8.41; 18. Alexa Cozzarelli Whippany Park 8.42; 19. Gina Tomini Morris Catholic 8.44; 20. Megan La Gueux West Morris 8.46; 21. Kelly Sagi Mount Olive 8.49; 22. Mariah Salerno Mendham 8.50; 22. Alexa Perkins Hanover Park 8.50; 24. Camille Chow Morris Knolls 8.56; 25. Kate Hearn Morris Knolls 8.58; 26. Diana Kuttner Mendham 8.61; 27. Shayla Holloway Mount Olive 8.63; 28. Jania Bibighaus Whippany Park 8.64; 29. Skye Tonnesen Mendham 8.68; 30. Alexis Lieberman Montville 8.69; 31. Jenna Seminerio Hanover Park 8.69; 32. Amy Condie Mendham 8.70; 33. Julia Boyd Jefferson 8.70; 34. Trisha Paul Morristown 8.71; 34. Michelle Boyland Mendham 8.71; 36. Bonnie Brown Mendham 8.72; 37. Alexis Zois Morris Knolls 8.78; 38. Lauren Villa Mendham 8.78; 39. Jaqueline Martinez Mount Olive 8.79; 40. Lucy Rojek Morris Catholic 8.79; 41. Brigitte Rec West Morris 8.81; 42. Sondra Iozzia West Morris 8.81; 43. Christine Steinemann Villa Walsh 8.82; 44. Catie Ford Morris Knolls 8.87; 45. Chritsina Murphy Morris Knolls 8.88; 45. Lauren Kelly Roxbury 8.88; 47. Vanessa Palacio Roxbury 8.88; 48. Caroline Park Whippany Park 8.89; 49. Heather Palanchi Mount Olive 8.92; 50. Gina Almeida Mount Olive 8.92; 51. Ruby Pressl Jefferson 9.00; 52. Nicole Zara Madison 9.07; 53. Rachel Spies Mount Olive 9.08; 54. Michelle Miller Mendham 9.10; 55. Caroline Channell Morris Knolls 9.11; 56. Sophia Rinaldo Montville 9.12; 57. Jamie Thorpe Kinnelon 9.13; 58. Myriam Pedercini Mendham 9.16; 59. Melissa McGill Butler 9.17; 60. Rebecca Iozzi Mendham 9.18; 61. Jennifer Gehrin Mendham 9.22; 62. Brittany Giordano Hanover Park 9.33; 63. Jayde Liuzza West Morris 9.33; 64. Cristina Chin Parsippany Hills 9.34; 65. Sarah Vanderhoof Morris Knolls 9.39; 66. Arielle Morse Butler 9.43; 67. Armani Blair Mount Olive 9.46; 68. Cameron Burke Jefferson 9.50; 69. Annelore Bwire Mount Olive 9.63; 69. Rebecca Ohman Mount Olive 9.63; 71. Kelly Ashnault Mendham 9.68; 72. Gabrielle Borrero Roxbury 9.69; 73. Beth Tesfaye Roxbury 9.83; 74. Laura Musacchio Villa Walsh 9.85; 75. Elleanor Pisano Jefferson 9.90; 76. Donna Abdeljabbar Whippany Park 9.99; 77. Melissa Bataille West Morris 10.20; 78. Christa Fairclough Morris Knolls 10.51; 79. Margaret Laverty Morris Knolls 11.40; 80. Gabriella Sampson Dover 13.49; 81. Ashley Pinter Morris Knolls 15.14
55-Meter Dash Finals: 1. Katie Hatler Jefferson 7.75; 2. Katrina Jackson Randolph 7.76; 3. Lynn Petrella Randolph 7.80; 4. Andrea Bush Morris Knolls 7.88; 5. Samantha Kral Randolph 8.07; 6. Jennica Leftin Montville 8.20; 7. Afrika Clemons Randolph 8.2
300-Meter Dash: 1. Andrea Bush Morris Knolls 44.54; 2. Lynn Petrella Randolph 46.14; 3. Katie Hatler Jefferson 47.03; 4. Emily Hoffman Chatham 47.26; 5. Amber Whitley Morristown 47.48; 6. Mariah Salerno Mendham 47.59; 7. Casey DeSa Morris Hills 47.71; 8. Kelly Sagi Mount Olive 48.53; 9. Theresa Vargo Kinnelon 48.54; 10. Natasha Nikodijevic Madison 48.54; 11. Megan Baird Morris Hills 48.57; 12. Lauren Toth West Morris 48.67; 13. Victoria Wong Randolph 48.89; 14. Megan La Gueux West Morris 49.02; 15. Maura Smith Roxbury 49.11; 16. Rebecca Flitcroft Mendham 49.26; 17. Kelsey Foster West Morris 49.56; 18. Caitlin Crean Roxbury 49.83; 19. Ruth Tyan Parsippany Hills 49.93; 20. Kayla JohnsonRandolph 49.95; 21. Jania Bibighaus Whippany Park 49.96; 22. Christine Steinemann Villa Walsh 50.36; 23. Skye Tonnesen Mendham 50.56; 24. Liberty Mason-Sharma Mendham 50.68; 25. Sondra Iozzia West Morris 50.70; 26. Trisha Paul Morristown 51.13; 27. Olivia Hinds Dover 51.21; 28. Amy Condie Mendham 51.52; 29. Lauren Villa Mendham 51.57; 30. Jacqueline Martinez Mount Olive 51.69; 31. Bonnie Brown Mendham 51.87; 32. Heather Palanchi Mount Olive 51.90; 33. Diana Kuttner Mendham 52.03; 34. Julia Boyd Jefferson 52.10; 35. Jennifer Gehrin Mendham 52.33; 36. Kate Hearn Morris Knolls 52.37; 37. Jennica Leftin Montville 52.54; 38. Deanna Fischer West Morris 52.59; 39. Nicole Zara Madison 52.73; 40. Jamie Thorpe Kinnelon 52.75; 41. Alexis Lieberman Montville 52.96; 42. Lucy Rojek Morris Catholic 53.06; 43. Melissa McGill Butler 53.10; 44. Dana Farkas Parsippany Hills 53.43; 45. Emily Lomanto Parsippany Hills 53.61; 46. Rebecca Iozzi Mendham 53.76; 47. Brittany Mashel Morris Hills 53.78; 48. Audra Stasiukevicius Chatham 53.84; 49. Julia O'Shea Jefferson 53.98; 50. Rachel Forman Morristown 54.00; 51. Myriam Pedercini Mendham 54.38; 52. Ali Rothman Randolph 54.53; 53. Taylor Fehnel West Morris 54.55; 54. Brigitte Rec West Morris 54.90; 55. Erika Lu Randolph 55.23; 56. Jayde Liuzza West Morris 55.58; 57. Michalle Miller Mendham 55.73; 58. Sarah Vanderhoof Morris Knolls 55.84; 59. Kelly Ashnault Mendham 55.85; 60. Alexis Zois Morris Knolls 56.10; 61. Rachel Spies Mount Olive 56.11; 62. Sophia Rinaldo Montville 56.25; 63. Rachel Rodriguez Parsippany Hills 57.30; 64. Annelore Bwire Mount Olive 57.36; 65. Laura Musacchio Villa Walsh 57.86; 66. Arielle Morse Butler 57.96; 67. Rebecca Ohman Mount Olive 58.03; 68. Christina DiMinni Mount Olive 58.68; 69. Donia Abdeljabbar Whippany Park 1:00.47; 70. Melissa Bataille West Morris 1:01.73; 71. Aporva Polavarapu Chatham 1:05.57; 72. Margaret Laverty Morris Knolls 1:11.55
600-Meter Run: 1. Ailis Clyne Morris Hills 1:43.21; 2. Erin Fox Dover 1:44.16; 3. Ulana Thompson Morris Hills 1:45.15; 4. Emily Hanrahan Randolph 1:45.65; 5. Amber Whitley Morristown 1:46.09; 6. Lauren Toth West Morris 1:46.35; 7. Hannah Scherlacher Jefferson 1:46.87; 8. Reagan Kolakowski Mendham 1:46.94; 9. Becky Siegert Villa Walsh 1:49.71; 10. Ellen Miller Parsippany Hills 1:49.72; 11. Brianna Reggiani Morris Knolls 1:52.53; 12. Nicole Bassolino Hanover Park 1:52.57; 13. Kayla Aragon Dover 1:55.18; 14. Shannon Hynes Chatham 1:56.21; 15. Alexandra Conforti Chatham 1:56.60; 16. Kasey Rhead Morris Hills 1:57.40; 17. Ruth Tyan Parsippany Hills 1:57.99; 18. Emily Lomanto Parsippany Hills 1:59.27; 19. Megan Hoffman Chatham 2:00.78; 20. Sadie Polillio Morris Knolls 2:02.12; 21. Emily Robinson Chatham 2:04.41; 22. Rachel Rudich Randolph 2:05.79; 23. Alison Kimmel Montville 2:07.43; 24. Lauren Scandariato Randolph 2:07.74; 25. Jessica Mangiafico Morris Catholic 2:07.94; 26. Jessica Carroll Roxbury 2:08.41; 27. Deanna Fischer West Morris 2:09.74; 28. Elizabeth Kaplan Hanover Park 2:13.58; 29. Taylor Fehnel West Morris 2:14.26
1000-Meter Run: 1. Ailis Clyne Morris Hills 3:10.29; 2. Libby Seel Mendham 3:10.71; 3. Erin Fox Dover 3:11.39; 4. Melissa DeHorta Dover 3:21.39; 5. Emily HanrahanRandolph 3:22.19; 6. Hannah Scherlacher Jefferson 3:22.46; 7. Nicole Cote Morristown 3:22.77; 8. Alexandra Conforti Chatham 3:27.26; 9. Brianna Reggiani Morris Knolls 3:27.90; 10. Ellen Miller Parsippany Hills 3:28.07; 11. Angela Ciallella Morris Hills 3:29.60; 12. Madeline Peterson Morristown 3:29.90; 13. Marissa Meehan Morris Hills 3:29.96; 14. Priscilla Ortiz Morris Knolls 3:32.66; 15. Amanda Meisel Mount Olive 3:34.79; 16. Shannon Hynes Chatham 3:36.32; 17. Rachel RudichRandolph 3:38.99; 18. Carolina Channell Morris Knolls 3:42.36; 19. Megan Hoffman Chatham 3:43.88; 20. Krissa Polimeni Morris Hills 3:45.65; 21. Heather Weick Morris Knolls 3:46.81; 22. Amy Kashak Jefferson 3:48.14; 23. Emily Robinson Chatham 3:50.36; 24. Jenn Kveglis Mount Olive 3:50.57; 25. Jessica Lu Randolph 3:51.05; 26. Sadie Polillio Morris Knolls 3:52.21; 27. Natalie Obbsuth Mendham 3:55.07; 28. Kathy Meyer Madison 3:56.82; 29. Dina Abdeljabbar Whippany Park 3:57.30; 30. Allison PineRandolph 3:58.09; 31. Allie Levy Mendham 4:02.83; 32. Rachel Rodriguez Parsippany Hills 4:03.50; 33. Autumn Welch Parsippany 4:17.22
1600-Meter Run: 1. Abby Seel Mendham 5:22.69; 2. Reagan Kolakowski Mendham 5:26.46; 3. Melissa DeHorta Dover 5:38.82; 4. Clarice Bourland Morristown 5:46.51; 5. Angela Ciallella Morris Hills 5:47.34; 6. Priscilla Ortiz Morris Knolls 5:51.78; 7. Krissa Polimeni Morris Hills 5:59.48; 8. Marissa Meehan Morris Hills 6:01.47; 9. Theresa Frenzel Chatham 6:01.80; 10. Christina Boyadjuis Whippany Park 6:06.49; 11. Ashley Torres Mount Olive 6:08.75; 12. Kinlin O'Brien Villa Walsh 6:15.49; 13. Amy Kashak Jefferson 6:25.77; 14. Taylor Buckley Chatham 6:26.18; 15. Katie Rouse Mendham 6:28.60; 16. Monika McCarthy Mendham 6:35.45; 17. Caitlin Kornick Mendham 6:35.94; 18. Emily Gibbons Hanover Park 6:37.28; 19. Kelly McNamara Mendham 6:37.32; 20. Natalie Obbsuth Mendham 6:37.39; 21. Heather Weick Morris Knolls 6:37.83; 22. Kathy Meyer Madison 6:39.88; 23. Kaitlyn McNamara Mendham 6:41.01; 24. Allie Levy Mendham 6:42.00; 25. Dina Abdeljabbar Whippany Park 6:58.36; 26. Mackenzie Parker Mendham 6:59.35; 27. Sarah Hayes Mendham 7:03.90; 28. Paige Gano Mendham 7:09.40; 29. Autumn Welch Parsippany 7:16.54
1600-Meter Relay: 1. Morris Hills (Casey DeSa, Ulana Thompson, Kasey Rhead, Ailis Clyne) 4:25.62; 2. West Morris (Kylene Cochrane, Charlotte Hauser, Julie Shields, Lauren Toth) 4:34.87; 3. Morristown (Clarice Bourland, Rachel Cocchi, Nicole Cote, Sydney Webber) 4:37.42; 4. Morris Knolls (Priscilla Ortiz, Andrea Bush, Camille Chow, Brianne Reggiani) 4:37.53; 5. Mendham (Mariah Salerno, Rebecca Flitcroft, Amy Condie, Liberty Mason-Sharma) 4:43.23; 6. Parsippany Hills (Emily Lomanto, Dana Farkas, Ruth Tyan, Ellen Miller) 4:43.46; 7. Mount Olive 4:46.14; 8. Whippany Park 4:49.34; 9. West Morris "B" 4:53.09

55-Meter High Hurdles Preliminaries: 1. Katie Hatler Jefferson 8.78; 2. Katrina Jackson Randolph 9.70; 3. Samantha Kral Randolph 9.74; 4. Camille Chow Morris Knolls 9.88; 5. Alexa Perkins Hanover Park 10.00; 6. Rebecca Flitcroft Mendham 10.12; 7. Maura Smith Roxbury 10.20; 8. Alexa Cozzarelli Whippany Park 10.28; 9. Ulana Thompson Morris Hills 10.35; 10. Sondra Iozzia West Morris 10.38; 11. Lucy Rojek Morris Catholic 10.52; 12. Theresa Vargo Kinnelon 10.56; 13. Brigitte Rec West Morris 10.60; 14. Natasha Nikodijevic Madison 10.71; 15. Micheala Cox Whippany Park 10.77; 16. Liberty Mason-Sharma Mendham 10.77; 17. Madline Peterson Morristown 10.89; 18. Audra Stasiukevicius Chatham 11.00; 19. Alexandra Browarny Roxbury 11.09; 20. Caroline Park Whippany Park 11.12; 21. Jessica Mangiafico Morris Catholic 11.27; 22. Christine Steinemann Villa Walsh 11.38; 23. Julia Boyd Jefferson 11.44; 24. Jania Bibighaus Whippany Park 11.45; 25. Krisha Paul Morristown 11.83; 26. Brittany Mashel Morris Hills 12.06; 27. Vanessa Palacio Roxbury 12.56; 28. Sadie Polillio Morris Knolls 12.87
55-Meter High Hurdles Finals: 1. Katie Hatler Jefferson 8.86; 2. Katrina Jackson Randolph 9.44; 3. Samantha Kral Randolph 9.68; 4. Camille Chow Morris Knolls 10.02; 5. Maura Smith Roxbury 10.09; 6. Alexa Perkins Hanover Park 10.11; 7. Rebecca Flitcroft Mendham 10.28
High Jump: 1. Alexa Perkins Hanover Park 4-10; 2T. Casey DeSa Morris Hills 4-3; 2T. Megan La Gueux West Morris 4-3; 4T. Caitie Ford Morris Knolls 4-3; 4T. Kesey Foster West Morris 4-3; 6T. Lauren Kelly Roxbury 4-0; 6T. Alexandra Browarny Roxbury 4-0; 8. Michaela Cox Whippany Park 4-0; 9T. Julie Shields West Morris 4-0; 9T. Christine Chin Parsippany Hills 4-0; 11. Caroline Park Whippany Park 3-9; 12. Alyssa Wardrop Morris Knolls 3-9
Pole Vault: 1. Julie Shields West Morris 7-6; 2. Ashley Granato Whippany Park 7-0; 3. Krissa Polimeni Morris Hills 7-0; 4. Christina Murphy Morris Knolls 6-6; 5. Kate Hearn Morris Knolls 6-6
Shot Put: 1. Carrie Wasdyke Jefferson 37-8 1/4; 2. Afrika Clemons Randolph 30-1 3/4; 3. Kayla Duggan Mendham 29-0; 4. Casey DeSa Morris Hills 27-11; 5. Alyssa Wardrop Morris Knolls 27-0; 6. Alexa Cozzarelli Whippany Park 26-8; 7. Carli Thurber West Morris 26-8; 8. Lea Senft Mendham 24-1/1; 9. Sasha Samite Jefferson 23-10 1/2; 10. Kayla Aragon Dover 23-8 1/2; 11. Ruby Pressl Jefferson 23-1 1/2; 12. Gabriella Borrero Roxbury 22-10 1/2; 13. Brianna Gruben Montville 22-5 1/2; 14. Courtney Rosamilia Roxbury 22-1; 15. Erica Christensen Parsippany Hills 21-10 1/2; 16. Stephanie Crane Morris Catholic 21-3 1/2; 17. Ashley Pinter Morris Knolls 21-2; 18. Christa Fairclough Morris Knolls 20-1 1/2; 19. Arleen Delaney Mendham 19-11 1/4; 20. Julia Molinaro Mendham 19-1 1/2; 21. Amanda Costagliola Parsippany Hills 18-10 1/4; 22. Ashley Steinert Parsippany 18-9; 23. Hailey Thompson West Morris 18-4; 24. Beth Tesfaye Roxbury 18-0; 25. Brennan McEntee Morris Catholic 17-5; 26. Julie Shields West Morris 17-3; 27. Lauren Kelly Roxbury 15-8 1/4; 28. Margaret Laverty Morris Knolls 14-11

Copyright © 1988-2011 sportsinthegardenstate.com

All rights reserved.Content originated by Sports In The Garden State, Inc. including rankings, all-star teams and reference material, is intended for use by the firm's paying clients. Sports In The Garden State's network of TV or radio stations as well as print publications may distribute its material in print, broadcast reports and on the Internet. All other usage, including reproduction on other web sites, is strictly prohibited without prior approval of Sports In The Garden State, Inc. Refer questions or comments via e-mail.

Firm

Staff

Advisory Board

Contact

Privacy Policy

In this season, Spurs brought us so much unforgettable memory, which all deeply moved us. Even if Spurs was eliminated, they will still be worthy respecting. Spurs, as cheap nfl jerseysone of the powerful old army in the NBA, possessing many Chinese fans, which is not accumulated by several games, which exactly has its charm to win attention. Like Celtics,nike nfl jerseys Lakers, which all carry a generation's dream. Now, NBA seems becoming the world of youngsters. The season the guard of Spurs once made us amazed, they once is the hottenfl jerseys cheapst candidate of champion. I believe that there are many people who are looking forward to appear the fighting between the old armies. But it is not realizing, Lakers, Mavericheap nfl jerseyscks and Spurs all eliminated. No matter how, Spurs had say byebye to the season, which they left have over the value of champion. Let us show our highest respect to Spurcheap nfl jerseyss.

Could concussions actually slay football?By Apparently, you can differentiate a lot almost a guy's brain by looking at his hand. (AP)brbr-- If the sport of football ever dies, it aspiration dead from the outdoor within -- brbrIf an increasing number of economists and trend analysts are to be believed, we may one daytime see behind at something favor 's concussion against the surrounded 2011 as an of much galvanic memorabilia that blew football separately and reduced the country's maximum fashionable sport apt a marginal pastime It's unlikely that such a colossal financiacheap nfl jerseysl concern as football could be killed off completely but it's never lunatic apt think that an increasing digit of sportsman concussions -- and the NFL's real absence of concern almost those injuries despite its public face -- could have Americans looking at football quite differently down the road.brbrGladwell's article, which compared football to dogfighting and revealed some actually horrifying information almost the effects of concussions aboard the minds and bodies of football players (even more than has additionally been revealed amongst other outlets), was dismissecheap baseball jerseysd in most football circles as the nerdy ramblings of a weird-haired Englishman who doesn't understand the game. But Gladwell understood the common threads of vary competitive dangers well enough apt tell some interesting connections.brbrIn one access alternatively another,plenty of organizations choose as gameness. The Marine Corps does so, and so does medicine,when it puts juvenile doctors amongst the exhausting rigors of residency. But those who choose for gameness have a responsibility not apt damage that trust: if you have men within your dictate who would leap off anhl ice hockey jersey precipice for you, you cannot march them apt the edge of the cliff¡ªand dogfighting fails this test. Gameness, Carl Semencic argues,within"The World of Fighting Dogs" (1984),namely not more than a dog's desire to titillate an boss at any consumption apt itself."brbrOkay -- that's an and football fits that suit to a degree. But let's pass Gladwell forward and see at two articles recently written as Grantland, ESPN's "boutique" website. A chip onward Jonah Lehrer, entitled "The Fragile Teenage Brain" and quoted aboard reported estimates indicating that up to two million fonfl jerseys for cheapotball players, from the lofty teach level up,suffer concussions each season -- and those are the concussions that are actually reported. For those illiterate of what those concussions can do to kids, Lehrer lays it all out.brbrIn 2002, a troop of neurologists surveying several hundred high teach football players concluded that athletes who had suffered three alternatively more concussions were approximately ten times more likely to display multiple "abnormal" responses to head injury, including detriment of consciousness and persistent amnesia. A 2004 learn meanwhile, rcheap nba jerseysevealed that football players with multiple concussions were seven.seven times more likely to experience a "major trickle in memory performance" and that three months after a concussion they continued to experience invariable deficits in processing complicated visual stimuli,nhl jerseys for sale." What's maximum disturbing,maybe,namely that these cognitive deficits have a real-world impact: When compared with alike students without a history of concussions, athletes with two alternatively more brain injuries demonstrate statistically significant lower grade-point averageus soccer jerseys.br