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FC Delco cleans up in Eastern Pennsylvania
May 24th, 2007 7AM

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Three FC Delco boys teams going to the Region I championship won titles at last weekend's Eastern Pennsylvania finals. The U-15s followed up on their Region I Premier League title with a 3-0 win over Lower Merion Velez in the EPYSA final. The U-17 Dynamo III needed double overtime to overcome LDC, 2-1. The U-14 Roadkill lead YMS, 4-0. The U-14 Girls Force won the first State Cup of the 2007 season for FC Delco on Saturday by beating Vincent United, 3-1.

REGION I STATE CHAMPIONS:
Delaware
U18 Girls KSC Phantoms
U17 Girls HSC Frost
U16 Girls KSC Blue Monkeys

New Jersey
U14 Boys Pasco Stallions
U14 Girls PDA Tsunami

Eastern Pennsylvania
U17 Boys FC Delco Dynamo III
U15 Boys FC Delco '91s
U14 Boys FC Delco Roadkill
U14 Girls FC Delco Force

Virginia
U18 Boys Braddock Road YC
U17 Boys Richmond Kickers
U16 Boys VA Rush Nike
U15 Boys Richmond Strikers
U18 Girls Braddock Road YC Fury
U17 Girls Richmond Strikers
U16 Girls Chantilly FCV Netforce
U15 Girls Vista Fury

West Virginia
U19 Boys 33 FC
U18 Boys WV Premier
U17 Boys River Valley SC Tornado
U16 Boys West Virginia Chaos
U15 Boys West Virginia SC Rowdies
U14 Boys West Virginia Chaos
U18 Girls West Virginia Utd. SC Vision
U17 Girls River Valley SC Shock
U16 Girls West Virginia Chaos
U15 Girls West Virginia Goal Girls
U14 Girls West Virginia Chaos



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