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U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships
June 25th, 2008 7AM

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MLS clubs Kansas City, Chicago and Columbus (its Grand Rapids affiliate) all had youth teams advance to the boys finals at the US Youth Soccer Region II Championships in Rockford, Ill. Minnesota boarding school Shattuck-St. Mary had its U-18 boys won its semifinal match on Tuesday. On the girls side, Eclipse Select, the No. 1 team in the Soccer America Girls Top 25, went 3-3 in semifinal play -- three teams moved on to the finals and three others lost. For all the semifinal results ...

Under-19 Boys
Kansas City Wizards Juniors 3 Chicago Fire Jrs. Red 1
Scott Gallagher 2 Arsenal Bluejays 2
(Scott Gallagher wins 7-6 on penalties.)

Under 18 Boys
FC Milwaukee Blue 2 Scott Gallagher 0
Javanon SC 2 Shattuck-St. Mary Blue 3

Under 17 Boys
United FC Int'l 1 Scott Gallagher 2
Springfield SC 1 Everest SC 3 (OT)

Under 16 Boys
Javanon SC 3 Vardar 1
Eclipse Select 3 Metro FC Rapids 2

Under 15 Boys
Chicago Fire Jrs. Red 2 Internationals FC 0
KCFC Rangers 1 Scott Gallagher 0

Under 14 Boys
FC Milwaukee Blue 3 Blast FC Red 0
BVSC Stars Newcastle 1 Grand Rapids Crew Juniors 4

Under 13 Boys
CASA 2 Hoosier Premier 2
(CASA wins 3-2 on penalties.)
Elgin Pumas 3 Scott Gallagher 2

Under 19 Girls
Bloomfield Force 1 Eclipse Select 0
KC College Select 2 Ohio Premier Green 1

Under 18 Girls
Eclipse Select 1 Bangu Tsunami Blue 0
St. Louis SC 5 FC Milwaukee Blue 1

Under 17 Girls
Michigan Hawks 2 Eclipse Select 2
(Eclipse Select wins 4-3 on penalties.)
FC Milwaukee Blue 2 KCFC Impact 2

Under 16 Girls
Eclipse Select 2 FC Milwaukee Blue 0
Vardar 2 Internationals FC 0

Under 15 Girls
KCFC Intensity 2 FC Milwaukee Blue 1
Cleveland FC 3 Eclipse Select 1

Under 14 Girls
BT Academy East Blue 0 Michigan Hawks Black 1
Toro Bravo 3 Eclipse Select 0

Under 13 Girls
Carmel United Acad. 2 Toro Booyah 0
St. Louis SC 0 KCFC Force 3





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