The Chicago Magic won a Super Y-League title for the fifth straight year. Arsenal FC captured two boys titles. On the girls' side, the Internationals set a record with three titles.
Under-17 Boys Championship
Chicago Magic 3 Toronto Lynx Juniors 1 (OT)
Goals:Meza, Larson, Lucianek; Rostron-Wilde
Toronto took the initial lead with a strike from Mackenzie Rostron-Wilde in the first half. The Magic rallied in the second half to force overtime and captured its ninth SYL championship, making 2007 the fifth consecutive year with at least one title. Christian Meza, Scott Larson and Stephen Lucianek scored for the Magic.
Under-16 Boys Championship
LAFC 2 Red Bull New York 0
Goals: Reiss, Menjivan
Bobby Reiss and Jonathan Gamez put one each on the board in the second half as Eric Shannon and the LAFC defense held on for the victory.
U-15 Boys Championship
Arsenal FC 1 Parsippany SC 0
With two defensively strong teams in the final, it was no surprise that the game was a tight affair. Anthony Rodriguez would go on to score the game-winner in the second half to give Arsenal FC two titles on the day and their third in two years.
Under-14 Boys Championship
Arsenal FC 1 Northern Virginia Royals 0
The winning goal came from Jonathan Tovar with good work on the flank by Christian Gomez.
U-13 Boys Championship
Weston SC 0 Slammers FC 0
(Weston FC wins 5-4 on penalties.)
The championship was the first for the Florida-based Weston SC.
Under-17 Girls Championship
Ohio Elite Soccer Academy 1 Wolfpack Blue 1
(Ohio Elite Soccer Academy wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Ohio Elite's goalkeeper Tara Campbell was the MVP, scoring in the shootout, then saving the very next strike to give Ohio Elite a 4-3 win.
Under-16 Girls Championship
Cleveland Internationals 1 City Islanders Academy 0
Michelle Mooren picked Danielle Hubka out with a pass and Hubka delivered 1-0 lead.
Under-15 Girls Championship
Cleveland Internationals 2 BW Rhode Island 0
Goals: Smith (2)
Alana Smith had a standout performance in the final with two strikes in the first half, both assisted by Jordan Pawlik. The championship gave Cleveland three on the day, equaling the Chicago Magic's record set a year ago. Cleveland's accomplishment set a record for girls titles in a year.
Under-14 Girls Championship
Santa Clarita United 1 New Jersey Junior Stallions 0
A first-half strike from Courtney Proctor proved enough as the Santa Clarita defense finished a perfect tournament in which it shut out all five opponents.
U-13 Girls Championship
Cleveland Internationals 0 Crossfire 0
(Cleveland Internationals win 3-1 on penalties.)
Internationals keeper Emily Morgan herself stepped to the mark and knocked home the deciding shot from 12 yards for Cleveland's second title of the day.