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Cal South cleans up at Region IV finals
June 25th, 2007 7AM

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Arsenal FC, winner of three straight national championships in its age group, won its fourth straight US Youth Soccer Region IV Championship by beating Colorado Rush Nike, 2-0, in Sunday's U-18 boys final.

Two other national champions will return to the US Youth Soccer National Championships July 24-29 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas: U-16 boys Real So Cal, winner of three Region IV championships and two national championships, and the U-17 girls Eagles, winners of two Region IV title and one national championship.

Cal South won 10 titles. FC Slammers won two girls titles and lost to the Eagles on penalties in the U-17 girls division. It was one of three all-Cal South finals. Arizona power Sereno White won one boys and one girls title.



REGION IV FINALS:
Under-19 Boys
So. San Jose/San Juan Ruckus 1 (Meyer 87) San Diego Surf White 0.

Under-18 Boys
Arsenal FC 2 (Jimenez 45, Soriano 47) Colorado Rush Nike 0.

Under-17 Boys
Real Colorado National 4 (Greenman 51, Rosales 63, Kemp 112, 199) San Diego Surf White 3 (Walker 17, 20, 100) (OT).

Under-16 Boys
Real So Cal 4 (Cummings 10, Rodriguez 38, 42, Jackson 79) WSM Internationals 0.

Under-15 Boys
Sereno White 3 (own goal 13, Silva 56, 67) FC Barcelona 1 (Oliveros 49).

Under-14 Boys
West Coast FC 1 (Arroyo 39) Force SC 0.

Under-13 Boys
X-treme Italia III 6 (Vogel 10, Rios 23, Quexada 30, 62, 69, Gutierrez 68) Santa Clara Sporting 3 (Morales-Zavala 4, 52 Longoni 36).

Under-12 Boys
FC Barcelona 3 (Cruz 9, Calzada 27, 36) Eastside FC Red 0.

Under-19 Girls
Sereno White 2 (Dallstream 7, Schwab 41) So. Cal Blues 1 (Robertson 67).

Under-18 Girls
Slammers FC 1 (Davila 68) Mustang Blast 0.
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Under-17 Girls
Eagles 1 (Gartrell 20) Slammers FC 1 (Christopher 80).
(Eagles win 5-4 on penalties.)

Under-16 Girls
Pleasanton Rage 3 (goalscorers n/a) FC Portland Sapphire 1 (Smith 48).

Under-15 Girls
So Cal Blues 1 (Manning 42) Crossfire Premier 0.

Under-14 Girls
Slammers FC 1 Arsenal FC White 0.
(Slammers FC wins 4-1 on penalties.)

Under-13 Girls
San Diego Surf White 3 (Bailey 2, Perry 65, Sherwin 73) Mustang Rampage 2 (Davis 43, Elertson 60).

Under-12 Girls
Neusport FC Green 2 (Dikes 23, O'Dell 51) Southside Ireland 0.



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