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U.S. Club Soccer regional champions crowned
June 1st, 2007 9:07AM
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Regional champions were crowned in U.S. Club Soccer's boys and girls U-12-U-17 age groups on Memorial Day in LaGrangeville, N.Y. and Jacksonville, Fla., respectively.

A total of 37 teams earned berths to the 2007 National Cup VI Finals in Super Group and Premier divisions from Region A (Northeast) and Region C (Southeast).

Connecticut's Eastern FC and Massachusetts' Inter SC Bandits each won three Region A championships, while the Weston Fury earned a trio of Region C titles.

Shattuck-St. Mary's, the Minnesota boarding school with an elite soccer program, won premier boys and girls titles in Region A. (Teams can enter in any region.)

REGION A CHAMPIONS
Super Group Boys
U-12 Syracuse Blitz Samba Beat (N.Y.)
U-13 Middlepath FC United (N.Y.)
U-14 Pasco Stallions (N.J.)
U-15 Bethesda SC Road Runners (Md.)
U-16 Ironbound Blaze (N.J.)
U-17 Kosmos SMS Academy Supersonics (N.Y.)

Premier Boys
U-12 Ottawa Fury (Canada)
U-13 Eastern FC Magic (Conn.)
U-14 White Plains Youth Soccer Elite (N.Y.)
U-15 Inter SC Bandits (Mass.)
U-16 Eastern FC Rangers (Conn.)
U-17 Shattuck-St. Mary's (Minn.)

Super Group Girls
U-13 Wall Soccer Wild Wombats (N.J.)
U-14 FC Sting White Plains Killer Bees (N.Y.)
U-15 Life HBC Elite (N.Y.)
U-16 Connecticut United FC (Conn.)
U-17 Lower Merion Riptide (Pa.)

Premier Girls
U-12 Freehold Lady Strikers (N.J.)
U-13 Eastern FC Cheetahs (Conn.)
U-14 Inter SC Bandits (Mass.)
U-15 LaGrange FC Hawks (N.Y.)
U-16 Shattuck-St. Mary's (Minn.)
U-17 Inter SC Bandits (Mass.)

REGION C CHAMPIONS
Super Group Boys
U-16 Strictly Soccer (Fla.)
U-17 Miami Strike Force Cagliari (Fla.)

Premier Boys
U-12 Concorde Fire South Black (Ga.)
U-13 Weston Fury Premier (Fla.)
U-14 Weston Fury Premier (Fla.)
U-15 Weston Fury Premier (Fla.)
U-16 Lakeland Highlands FC LA Select (Fla.)
U-17 First Coast SA, CSS Jacksonville Premiere (Fla.)

Premier Girls
U-12 Brentwood Apex (Tenn.)
U-13 Clearwater Chargers (Fla.)
U-14 Sunrise Fire (Fla.)
U-15 First Coast Kyx (Fla.)
U-16 Countryside Youth SA Lightning Premier (Fla.)
U-17 Strictly Soccer (Fla.)



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