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U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships
June 24th, 2008 7AM
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Action continued Monday at the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships in Raleigh and Wilson, N.C., where quarterfinals took place in 10 divisions. Three boys teams and two girls teams from the local CASL program moved into the semifinals. Three boys teams and two girls teams from Dallas Texans Red also are still alive. For all the quarterfinal results ...

QUARTERFINALS
Under 14 Boys

Concorde Fire Elite 1 Bridge FA Gold 0
SCSA Gold 2 Novo Brazil 0
Central Jackson SO 1 TSC Black 0
Dallas Texans Red 3 Kendall Coalition 0

Under 15 Boys
SCSA Gold 1 Dallas Texans Red 3
GSA Phoenix Red 2 Little Rock FC Blue 1
TSC Red 0 Lonestars Red 1
CASL Elite 2 TNFC Blue 0

Under 16 Boys
ESC Black 0 Solar SC 3
Triangle United Gold 1 Wellington Wave Premier 0
Texans FC 2 Jackson FC 1
Lonestars Red 3 Cobb FC Premier 1

Under 17 Boys
BUSA Jets Blue 0 CASL Elite 1
Norcross Fury Gold 1 Dallas Texans Red 2
KFC Crush Liverpool 0 Triangle FC Navy 3
Andromeda 2 DSC Green 1

Under 18 Boys
North Atlanta Elite 4 Texans FC Red 3
Andromeda 3 TNFC Blue 2
Team Boca White 1 CESA Premier 0
Solar 1 Charlotte SC Blue 2

Under 14 Girls
Charlotte SC Blue 1 CESA Premier 0
Dallas Texans Red 5 AHFC Blue 0
D'Feeters 2 North Atlanta Elite II 1
Solar Red 2 Brentwood Power 0

Under 15 Girls
Brentwood Adidas Elite 0 D'Feeters 2
Lonestars Red 5 NOKC United 1
Sting Royal 4 MSC Lakers 0
GSA Phoenix Red 1 FC Dallas Youth 4

Under 16 Girls
Polaris 4 Hurricane FC C 1
AFC Lightning 3 RSL Florida Elite 0
Challenge 2 Charlotte SC Blue 1
Sting Royal 1 Hurricane FC S 0

Under 17 Girls
Sting Royal 1 SR Lady Strikers 0
CASL Spartan Elite 5 CSA Crash 0
Lonestars Red 0 FC Dallas 2
Dallas Texans Red 4 North Atlanta Elite 0

Under 18 Girls
ESC Black 2 Challenge 0
Sting 4 D'Feeters 0
IMG Soccer 1 North Atlanta Elite 2
BUSA Angels 2 CESA Premier 0



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