Lansdowne Bhoys FC beat Junior Lone Stars U-23 to advance to the first round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup in the spring of 2018.
Junior Lone Star
The next US Open Cup Cinderella story might come out of Eastern Pennsylvania. The clock has not yet struck midnight for the young, but talented, Junior Lone Star Under-23s, who upset one of the oldest clubs in the United States in the second round of Open Cup qualifying.
The Ocean City Nor’easters advance to the Second Round after picking up the club’s 10th US Open Cup win as a franchise (Nine of them as a PDL team). They will host the Harrisburg City Islanders in Round 2 in a rematch of the 2007 US Open Cup.
The unlikely story of Junior Lone Star FC in the US Open Cup is 16 years in the making.
Junior Lone Star are seeking to qualify for the US Open Cup for the first time in club history.
West Chester United took a first step toward qualifying for its first Lamar Hunt US Open Cup by going on the road and defeating Junior Lone Star 2-1 on a frigid October night.
One of the biggest state qualifying tournaments for the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, which began with 13 teams, is now down to the final four.
Cavalla FC, Quakertown, Junior Lone Star, Nether United and the Predators all advanced to the Quarterfinals which will take place Dec. 2.