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CASL Elite goes 6-for-6 in North Carolina
May 24th, 2007 7AM
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CASL Elite won all six North Carolina boys divisions that will send teams to the Region III finals in Oklahoma City June 28-July 4. CASL Spartan Elite won North Carolina state titles in the U-19, U-16 and U-14 divisions. In Florida, Kendall Soccer Alliance (U-19 and U-16 boys) and Tampa Knights FC (U-17 boys and girls) were multiple winners in the higher age groups.

REGION III YOUTH CHAMPIONS:
Alabama
U18 Boys Thunderbolts
U17 Boys Capital City Streaks
U16 Boys Jets Blue
U15 Boys Jets Blue
U14 Boys HSC Blue Strikers
U18 Girls Vestavia Attack 89 Blue
U17 Girls Angels Red
U16 Girls Angels
U15 Girls Angels
U14 Girls Lady Jets Blue

Florida
U19 Boys Kendall Soccer Coalition
U18 Boys West Pines United FC
U17 Boys Tampa Knights FC
U16 Boys Kendall Soccer Coalition White
U15 Boys Wellington Wave Premier
U14 Boys Strictly Soccer Select
U19 Girls Countryside
U18 Girls Space Coast United Soccer
U17 Girls Tampa Knights FC
U16 Girls Clay County United
U15 Girls Weston Fury Premier
U14 Girls Melbourne Beach Tsunami

North Carolina
U19 Boys CASL Elite
U18 Boys CASL Elite
U17 Boys CASL Elite
U16 Boys CASL Elite
U15 Boys CASL Elite
U14 Boys CASL Elite
U19 Girls CASL Spartan Elite
U18 Girls Greensboro Twisters Green
U17 Girls Triangle FC Navy
U16 Girls CASL Spartan Elite
U15 Girls CASL Spartan Elite
U14 Girls Charlotte SC Blue


South Carolina
U18 Boys Bridge FA Gold
U17 Boys Lexington United
U16 Boys Discoveries Green
U15 Boys CESA Premier
U18 Girls CESA Premier
U17 Girls CESA Premier
U16 Girls Columbia United FC Elite
U15 Girls CESA Premier



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