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Three California clubs take two titles apiece at U.S. Club Soccer regionals
June 20th, 2007 7AM
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[U.S. CLUB REGIONAL CHAMPIONS] Three clubs won a pair of titles at US Club Soccer's National Cup VI Region H championships in Modesto, Calif. Mustang claimed the Super Group Girls U17 and Premier Boys U14 championships, while California Rush Nike triumphed in the Super Group Girls U16 and Premier Boys U16 divisions and Portuguese Athletic Club was victorious in the Super Group Boys U12 and Premier Girls U12 brackets. Four teams repeated as regional champions: Santa Rosa United's U15 Super Group Boys, Mount Hamilton Lobitos' U17 Super Group Boys, San Juan Spirits' U13 Super Group Girls and USA 17 Academy's U14 Super Group Girls. Winners from each of the eight regionals advance to the 2007 National Cup VI Finals later this summer in Greensboro, N.C., and Burlington, N.C. For complete list of regional champions ...

REGION H CHAMPIONS:
Super Group Boys
U12 - Portuguese Athletic PAC Tigres (CA)
U13 - Hayward UC Tecos (CA)
U14 - Stockton FC Monarcas (CA)
U15 - Santa Rosa United Gold (CA)
U16 - Juventus Strikers (CA)
U17 - Mount Hamilton Lobitos (CA)

Premier Boys
U12 - Napa Sport DK Destroyers (CA)
U13 - Foothill FC MVLA Raptors Gold (CA)
U14 - Mustang United (CA)
U15 - Davis Legacy Strikers (CA)
U16 - California Rush Nike (CA)
U17 - Stanislaus United Manteca Central Valley Rangers (CA)

Super Group Girls
U12 - Sacramento United Extreme (CA)
U13 - San Juan Spirits Blue (CA)
U14 - USA 17 Academy Metro (CA)
U15 - De Anza Force Blue (CA)
U16 - California Rush Nike (CA)
U17 - Mustang Soccer Fury (CA)

Premier Girls
U12 - Portuguese Athletic P.A.C. United (CA)
U13 - Palo Alto Blue Victory (CA)
U14 - Tornados FC Rush Nike White (CA)
U15 - California Odyssey Red (CA)
U16 - Santa Clara Sporting (CA)
U17 - Hayward Youth Havoc (CA)



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