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5. SUPER Y-LEAGUE: History made at North American Finals
November 22nd, 2006 2:57PM
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History was made at the 2006 Super Y-League North American Finals on Tuesday at Tampa's Ed Radice Complex.

The Chicago Magic became the first club to win three championships in the same year, while Schulz Academy's U-16 boys made it three in a row. Clubs from Southern California's Coast Soccer League also came through with three championships. The two youngest girls champions were coached by former U.S. pro stars Cle Kooiman and Peter Hattrup.

  • Super Y-League Championship Game Stories

  • U17 Boys: HC United 0 Seacoast United 0 (HC United wins 5-4 on penalties.)
    U16 Boys: Schulz Academy 1 Los Angeles FC 0
    U15 Boys: Chicago Magic 2 Los Angeles FC 0
    U14 Boys: Chicago Magic 2 New York Red Bulls 1
    U13 Boys: Cal Odyssey 4 HC United 0
    U17 Girls: West Coast SC 3 Parsippany SC 0
    U16 Girls: Chicago Magic 2 Wolfpack Blue 1
    U15 Girls: Real SoCal 2 Reading Rage 1
    U14 Girls: Crossfire Premier 1 CASL 0 (OT)
    U13 Girls: Arsenal FC 2 DVSC 1


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