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U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships
June 26th, 2008 7AM
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MLS's Kansas City Wizards (U-19 boys), Chicago Fire (U-15 boys) and Columbus Crew (its Grand Rapids affiliate in U-14 boys) became the first MLS teams to send teams to the US Youth Soccer National Championships thanks to victories at Wednesday's Region II Championships in Rockford, Ill. Minnesota boarding school Shattuck-St. Mary won the U-18 boys title. On the girls side, Eclipse Select, the No. 1 team in the 2008 Soccer America Girls Top 25, won the U-16, U-17 and U-18 girls championships. Toro Bravo (U-14 girls) is the first girls team from Nebraska to advance to the national finals. For all the Region III 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.)
Kansas City Wizards Juniors 1 (McDonald 52) Scott Gallagher 0.

Under 18 Boys
FC Milwaukee Blue 2 Scott Gallagher 0
Javanon SC 2 Shattuck-St. Mary Blue 3
Shattuck-St. Mary Blue 2 (Howard 57 Bunbury 87) FC Milwaukee Blue 0.

Under 17 Boys
United FC Int'l 1 Scott Gallagher 2
Springfield SC 1 Everest SC 3 (OT)
Everest SC 1 (Garcia 27) Scott Gallagher 1 (Gain 45).
(Everest SC wins 4-3 on penalties.)

Under 16 Boys
Javanon SC 3 Vardar 1
Eclipse Select 3 Metro FC Rapids 2
Javanon SC 3 (Causey 5, Riggs 29, Vitalis 72) Eclipse Select 1 (Castillo 31).

Under 15 Boys
Chicago Fire Jrs. Red 2 Internationals FC 0
KCFC Rangers 1 Scott Gallagher 0
Chicago Fire Jrs. Red 4 (Gill 48, Rosenbaum 92, Fitzgerald 103, Sanchez 107) KCFC 2 (Gailey 14, Dixon 85).

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

Under 13 Boys
CASA 2 Hoosier Premier 2
(CASA wins 3-2 on penalties.)
Elgin Pumas 3 Scott Gallagher 2
Elgin Pumas 4 CASA 3

Under 19 Girls
Bloomfield Force 1 Eclipse Select 0
KC College Select 2 Ohio Premier Green 1
Bloomfield Force 3 (Crawford 36, 85, Carron 50) KC College Select 1 (Morris 45).

Under 18 Girls
Eclipse Select 1 Bangu Tsunami Blue 0
St. Louis SC 5 FC Milwaukee Blue 1
Eclipse Select 2 (Mathy 34, DaPisa 89) St. Louis FC 1 (Miller) 17.

Under 17 Girls
Michigan Hawks 2 Eclipse Select 2
(Eclipse Select wins 4-3 on penalties.)
FC Milwaukee Blue 2 KCFC Impact 2
Eclipse Select 1 ( Lipp 109) FC Milwaukee Blue 0.

Under 16 Girls
Eclipse Select 2 FC Milwaukee Blue 0
Vardar 2 Internationals FC 0
Eclipse Select 3 (Uyenishi 89, Murnane 98, 99) FC Milwaukee Blue 0.

Under 15 Girls
KCFC Intensity 2 FC Milwaukee Blue 1
Cleveland FC 3 Eclipse Select 1
KCFC Intensity 1 (Nelson 37) Cleveland FC 0.

Under 14 Girls
BT Academy East Blue 0 Michigan Hawks Black 1
Toro Bravo 3 Eclipse Select 0
Toro Bravo 0 Michigan Hawks Black 0
(Toro Bravo wins 5-4 on penalties.)

Under 13 Girls
Carmel United Acad. 2 Toro Booyah 0
St. Louis SC 0 KCFC Force 3
Carmel United Acad. 1 KCFC Force 0



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