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Michigan Hawks-Wolves pounce at Region II youth finals
June 28th, 2007 7AM

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[REGION II YOUTH CHAMPIONS] Teams from the Michigan Hawks-Wolves club won four titles on Wednesday on the final day of the US Youth Soccer Region II Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. Two boys (Wolves) and two girls (Hawks) teams won championship matches. In the U-15 boys final, Sonny Saad scored four goals to lead the Wolves past the archrival Vardarstars. Another team from Michigan, the Bloomfield Force, will send its U-18 girls team to US Youth Soccer National Championships to be played July 24-29 in Frisco, Texas. Carmel United of Indiana won two girls titles. The NFC Bluejays defeated Ohio's Internationals, 3-0, in the U-18 boys final to become only the second team from Nebraska to advance to the national championships.

REGION II FINALS:
Under-19 Boys
(IL) Chicago Magic 2 (WI) MYSC 0

Under-18 Boys
(NE) NFC Bluejays 3 (OH-N) Internationals 0

Under-17 Boys
(WI) FC Milwaukee 1 (IL) Rockford Raptors 0

Under-16 Boys
(MI) Michigan Wolves 2 (IL) Chicago Magic 0

Under-15 Boys
(MI) Michigan Wolves Black 7 (MI) Vardar Stars 0

Under-14 Boys
(IL) Sockers FC 2 (IL) Naperville Lighting 2
(Sockers FC wins 5-4 on penalties.)

Under-13 Boys
(OH-N) CASA Black 3 (IL) Chicago Wind 1

Under-19 Girls
(IN) Carmel United SC Cyclones 2 (WI) FC Milwaukee 0

Under-18 Girls
(MI) Bloomfield Force 6 (MO) St. Louis SC 2

Under-17 Girls
(MI) Michigan Hawks 1 (MO) St. Louis SC 0

Under-16 Girls
(MI) Michigan Hawks 4 (WI) FC Milwaukee 1

Under-15 Girls
(IL) ELA Elite 2 (KS) BV Stars Mallorca 1

Under-14 Girls
(IN) Carmel United Academy 1 (KY) LFC Premier 1
(Carmel United Academy wins 5-4 on penalties.)

Under-13 Girls
(MN) Bangu Tsunami Academy 3 (OH-N) Internationals 2



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