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U.S. YOUTH SOCCER: Region II Champions
June 28th, 2006 11:11PM



Chicago's Eclipse Select won four girls titles at U.S. Youth Soccer's Region II championships on Tuesday. The Michigan Wolves and Chicago Magic both won two boys titles.

Under 13 Boys
Michigan Wolves 1 Carmel United 0. Goal: Pickern 41.

Under 14 Boys
Michigan Wolves 2 Chicago Wind National 1. Goals: H.Saad 58, 65; Guitierrez 18.

Under 15 Boys 
Chicago Magic 2 Ohio FC Mutiny 0. Goals: Galounis 35, 62.

Under 16 Boys
FC Milwaukee 4 Vardarstars 2. Goals: Finlay 39, 70, Banks 59, Walls 72; Bega 26, Verville 58.

Under 17 Boys
Scott Gallagher 1 Chicago Magic 0. Goal: Jones 90.

Under 18 Boys
Chicago Magic 4 FC Milwaukee 1. Goals: Kopec 5, Lacerda 53, Bickel 82, Markham 90; Eslami 85.

Under 19 Boys
Javanon 2 Sockers FC 0. Goals: Baymann 53, Yeagle 72.

Under 13 Girls
KCFC Alliance 2 Ohio Elite 1. Goals: Groom 69, 71; Wheeler 58.

Under 14 Girls
Michigan Hawks 1 Eclipse Select 0. Goal: Catalano 88.

Under 15 Girls
Eclipse Select 2 Blast FC 1. Goals: Cline 27, Krentz 45; Rich 40.

Under 16 Girls
Internationals 2 St. Louis SC 2. Goals: Mercier 62, 107; Miller 50, Kistner 110.
(Internationals win on penalties.)

Under 17 Girls
Eclipse Select 4 Bloomfield Force 1. Goals: Price 33, Russell 45, Johnson 63, Burzynski 76; Kinter 9.

Under 18 Girls
Eclipse Select 5 Carmel Cyclones 0. Goals: Maynard 14, Holby 18, Switzer 54, 57, Gummersall 69.

Under 19 Girls
Eclipse Select 2 KC Dynamos 1. Goals: Eclipse Select goalscorers n/a 3, 59; Sweeney 11.

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