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FC Milwaukee sends seven teams to Region II youth semifinals
June 26th, 2007 7AM

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FC Milwaukee led all clubs with seven teams advancing to the semifinals of the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships on Monday in Des Moines, Iowa. Six teams from the Michigan Wolves-Hawks and four from Eclipse Select -- including the defending national champion girls teams in the U-16 and U-16 divisions -- also reached the final four. Cedar Rapids Soccer Association's U-18 boys, winners of all three group games, represent the host state of Iowa. Tuesday's semifinals take place at James W. Cownie Soccer Park.

REGION II SEMIFINAL PAIRINGS:
Under-19 Boys
(IL) Chicago Magic vs. (KS) KC Legends
(OH-S) Blast FC vs. (WI) MYSC Blue
Under-18 Boys
(MRL2 IL) Chicago Wind vs. (OH-N) Internationals
(IA) Cedar Rapids SA vs. (NE ) NFC Bluejays
Under-17 Boys
(WI) FC Milwaukee Blue vs. (MI) Michigan Wolves
(KY) Javanon vs. (MRL2 IL) Rockford Raptors
Under-16 Boys
(MO) Springfield SC vs. (MI) Michigan Wolves
(MRL1 IL) Chicago Magic vs. (MRL2 OH-N) Everest
Under-15 Boys
(MI) Michigan Wolves Black vs. (MO) Scott Gallagher SC
(MRL1 MI) Vardarstars vs. (MN) Plymouth Super Eagles
Under-14 Boys
(MRL2 IL) Sockers FC vs. (IN) Dynamo Red
(IL) Lightning White (OS2) vs. NCA Blast FC Red
Under-13 Boys
(OH-N) Casa Black vs. (MO) Lou Fusz SC
(IL) Chicago Wind vs. (MI) Vardar Elite

Girls Under-19
(MO) St. Louis SC vs. (WI) FC Milwaukee
(IN) CUSC Cyclones vs. (IL) Eclipse Select Black
Girls Under-18
(IL) Eclipse Select vs. (MO) St. Louis SC
(MI) Bloomfield Force vs. (WI) FC Milwaukee Blue
Girls Under-17
(IL) Chicago Magic vs. (MO) St. Louis SC
(MI) Michigan Hawks vs. (WI) FC Milwaukee Blue
Girls Under-16
(IL) Eclipse Select vs. (WI) FC Milwaukee Blue
(KS) BV Stars Dynamo vs. (MI) Michigan Hawks
Girls Under-15
(MI) Vardarstars vs. (MRL1 IL) ELA Elite
(KS) BV Stars Mallorca vs. (WI) FC Milwaukee Blue
Girls Under-14
(MRL2 WI) FC Milwaukee vs. (KY) LFC Premier
(IL) Eclipse Select vs. (IN) CUSC Academy
Girls Under-13
(MI) Michigan Hawks vs. (OH-N) Internationals
(MN) Bangu Tsunami Acad Blue vs. (KS) BV Stars Ratpack



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