Middletown High Cavaliers vs Appoquinimink High School Boys Varsity Soccer - October 1, 2013. Appo wins 4-0. Watch all our videos for the 2013 Boys Season: http://bit.ly/18cKKWO
Delaware's Middletown High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team led by Head Coach Brian Derrickson. You can visit the Middletown High School website - http://bit.ly/17Anpt2 and check out all of the sports teams at Middletown on the Cavaliers Sports website - http://bit.ly/17Anc9b. Subscribe to the Cavaliers YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/10xGfRZ we post most all of the Varsity Boys games here. You can also check out the Middletown Girls Varsity games as well. By subscribing you will be notified when we upload a new video.
The quarterfinals are now set and as usual it's boiling down to a battle between South America and Europe.
Team U-S-A's brave World Cup adventure finally came to an end at the hands of Belgium, despite a record-breaking performance from keeper Tim Howard.
Extra time goals from Kevin de Bruyn and Romelu Lukaku seeing the Europeans home 2-1.
While in Sao Paolo, Lionel Messi continued to star for Argentina, laying the winner on a plate for Angel di Maria as Argentina netted a dramatic late winner against Switzerland just 2 minutes before a penalty shootout, meaning all eight group winners made it to through to the final eight.
The first of the quarters will see European big guns France and
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