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Disney's Soccer Showcase Boys Showcase Results
December 31st, 2007 7AM

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CASL Elite won a pair of Showcase championships in the boys division at the Disney's Soccer Showcase in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The North Carolina club beat English club Chelsea's academy team in the U-16 final. (Chelsea is the tournament's presenting sponsor.) The surprise of the Showcase divisions was Vermont's Synergy FC's semifinal placement in the U-15 division.

Under-18 Boys
Semifinals
Andromeda (Texas) 4 Concorde Fire Elite (Ga.) 2
Dallas Texans Red (Texas) 1 Kendall Soccer Coalition (Fla.) 0
Final
Dallas Texans Red (Texas) 2 Andromeda (Texas) 0

(Click here for complete results.)

Under-17 Boys
Semifinals
Andromeda (Texas) 1 Dallas Texans Red (Texas) 0
CASL Elite (N.C.) 3 Concorde Fire Elite (Ga.) 0
Final
CASL Elite (N.C.) 1 Andromeda (Texas) 0 

(Click here for complete results.)

Under-16 Boys
Semifinals
Chelsea Football Acad. (England) 1 Lonestars Red (Texas) 0
CASL Elite (N.C.) 1 Solar (Texas) 0
Final
CASL Elite (N.C.) 2 Chelsea Football Acad. (England) 1

(Click here for complete results.)

Under-15 Boys
Semifinals
GSA Phoenix (Ga.) 1 Carolina Elite (S.C.) 0
RSL Florida Kickers (Fla.) 3 Synergy FC (Vt.) 0
Final
GSA Phoenix (Ga.) 2 RSL Florida Kickers (Fla.) 1

(Click here for complete results.)





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