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Only four defending champions left in Region II youth championships
June 27th, 2007 8:49AM

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Only four defending champions advanced to Wednesday's finals at the US Youth Soccer Region II Championships, and they are all on the boys' side: U-15 Michigan Wolves, U-16 and U-18 Chicago Magic and U-17 FC Milwaukee. Eclipse Select of Illinois sent four teams to last year's US Youth Soccer National Championships and looked to do the same this year, all four teams advancing to the semifinals lost. Michigan's Bloomfield Force picked up the biggest win with a 4-0 victory over FC Milwaukee on a pair of goals each by Laura Heyboer and Amanda Bowery.

GAME RESULTS:
Under-19 Boys
(WI) MYSC 2 (OH-S) Blast FC 1
(IL) Chicago Magic 2 (KS) KC Legends 1

Under-18 Boys
(OH-N) Internationals 2 (IL) Chicago Wind 1
(NE) NFC Bluejays 1 (IA) Cedar Rapids SA 0 (PKS 3-2)

Under-17 Boys
(IL) Rockford Raptors 1 (KY) Javanon 0
(WI) FC Milwaukee 2 (MI) Michigan Wolves 1

Under-16 Boys
(IL) Chicago Magic 3 (OH-N) Everest 0
(MI) Michigan Wolves 3 (MO) Springfield SC 1

Under-15 Boys
(MI) Vardar Stars 3 (MN) Plymouth Super Eagles 1
(MI) Michigan Wolves 2 (MO) Scott Gallagher 1

Under-14 Boys
(IL) Lighting White 1 (OH-S) NCA Blast FC Red 0
(IL) Sockers FC 2 (IN) Dynamo Red 0

Under-13 Boys
(OH-N) CASA Black 2 (MO) Lou Fusz 0
(IL) Chicago Wind 5 (MI) Vardar Elite 2

Under-19 Girls
(IN) Carmel United SC 2 (IL) Eclipse Select 1
(WI) FC Milwaukee 2 (MO) St. Louis SC 1

Under-18 Girls
(MI) Bloomfield Force 4 (WI) FC Milwaukee 0
(MO) St. Louis SC 1 (IL) Eclipse Select 0

Under-17 Girls
(MI) Michigan Hawks 2 (WI) FC Milwaukee 1
(MO) St. Louis SC 3 (IL) Chicago Magic 1

Under-16 Girls
(WI) FC Milwaukee 1 (IL) Eclipse Select 0 (PKS)
(MI) Michigan Hawks 2 (KS) BV Stars Dynamo 0

Under-15 Girls
(MI) Vardar Stars 2 (IL) ELA Elite 0
(KS) BV Stars Mallorca 2 (WI) FC Milwaukee 0

Under-14 Girls
(KY) LFC Premier 2 (WI) FC Milwaukee 1
(IN) CUSC Academy 2 (IL) Eclipse Select 1

Under-13 Girls
(OH-N) Internationals 2 (MI) Michigan Hawks 1
(MN) Bangu Tsunami Academy 1 (KS) BV Stars Ratpack 0



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