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Arsenal clears first hurdle in bid for fourth national title in a row
May 24th, 2007 7AM

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Arsenal FC began its quest for an unprecedented four straight US Youth Soccer national boys championships in its age group with a 2-0 win over CRSC in the final of the Cal South U-18 division. Arsenal FC, which moves on to the Region IV finals June 18-24 in Las Vegas, got a scare in the semifinals, where it needed overtime to beat the San Diego Surf, 3-1. The Surf won the U-17 and U-16 Cal South boys titles. The U-14 Slammers made it three Cal South titles in a row with a 1-0 win over the So Cal Blues in the final. The Slammers won all seven games in the state cup by shutout. They also won the U-15 and U-16 girls divisions.

REGION IV YOUTH CHAMPIONS:
Alaska
U18 Boys NLSC Dynamo
U17 Boys JSC Riptide
U16 Boys CISC Velocity
U15 Boys Full Force
U14 Boys Full Force
U19 Girls Eclipse
U17 Girls AK Rush
U16 Girls AK Rush
U15 Girls Eclipse
U14 Girls AYSC

California South
U18 Boys Arsenal FC
U17 Boys San Diego Surf White
U16 Boys San Diego Surf White
U15 Boys Valley United Blast
U14 Boys Force SC
U18 Girls West Coast FC
U17 Girls Eagles
U16 Girls Slammers FC
U15 Girls Slammers FC
U14 Girls Slammers FC

Colorado
U18 Boys Colorado Rush Nike
U17 Boys Real Colorado National
U16 Boys Arsenal Gold
U15 Boys Colorado Fusion Mundial
U14 Boys Real Colorado National
U14 Girls Pride Predators

Hawaii

U18 Boys Real
U17 Boys Maui United Hurricanes
U16 Boys Honolulu SC Bulls
U15 Boys Honolulu SC Bulls
U14 Boys Hawaii Rush Nike
U18 Girls Leahi Premier
U17 Girls Leahi Premier
U16 Girls Leahi Premier
U15 Girls Honolulu SC Bulls
U14 Girls Real


Nevada
U18 Boys LV Premier
U17 Boys Neusport FC Green
U16 Boys Vegas Vengeance Cosmos
U15 Boys LV Premier
U14 Boys Cordica
U18 Girls Downtown LVSC
U17 Girls Rebels Select
U16 Girls Neusport FC Tabagators
U15 Girls Neusport FC Green
U14 Girls Heat FC Orange

New Mexico
U19 Boys Rio Vista Phoenix
U18 Boys Rio Vista Del Sur
U17 Boys New Mexico Rush Nike Premier
U16 Boys Red Star
U15 Boys SFC Strikers V
U14 Boys AEFC Gladiators
U19 Girls New Mexico Rush Hurricanes
U18 Girls Albuquerque Utd. FC
U17 Girls Rio Vista FC
U16 Girls Albuquerque Utd. FC
U15 Girls Titans
U14 Girls Rio Vista RC

Utah
U18 Boys Impact Black
U17 Boys La Roca
U16 Boys La Roca Premier
U15 Boys Impact Black

Washington

U19 Boys Washington Premier FC
U18 Boys Emerald City FC Green
U17 Boys Crossfire Premier
U16 Boys Crossfire Premier
U15 Boys Crossfire Premier
U14 Boys Washington Premier FC Black
U19 Girls Whatcom FC Rangers Gold
U18 Girls Eastside FC Red
U17 Girls Spokane Shadow
U16 Girls Crossfire Premier
U15 Girls Crossfire Premier
U14 Girls Emerald City FC Green



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