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US Youth Region I Championships
June 30th, 2008 7AM
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The US Youth Soccer Region I Championship move into the semifinals on Monday in Portland, Maine. New Jersey leads all clubs with seven teams - three boys and four girls -- still alive. For all the semifinal pairings ...

Under 12 Boys (8 v 8)

Rochester Jr. Rhinos vs. FC Sting Blazers
NE United White vs. Spirit United Pats

Under 12 Boys
BW Gottschee II vs. Lehigh Valley United
Montclair Gauchos vs. NJSA Celtics

Under 13 Boys
PDA Harkes vs. Rochester Jr. Rhinos
Dix Hills Thunder vs. Syracuse Blitz Samba

Under 14 Boys
Spirit United Celtic vs. PDA Ronaldo
Casa Mia Bays vs. NJSA Gunners

Under 15 Boys
Boston Blast vs. New York Red Bulls
Casa Mia Bays vs. Syracuse FC

Under 16 Boys
TSF Acad. Celtic vs. Coastal Thunder
New England Eagles vs. Lower Merion Velez

Under 17 Boys
FC Blazers vs. Springfield Jr. Royals
Baltimore Bays vs. FC Delco Hammerheads

Under 18 Boys
McLean MPS FC vs. Parsippany Revolution
Montgomery United vs. FSA Soccer Plus FC

Under 19 Boys
Kosmos vs. Freestate United
PDA Vieira vs. McLean MPS

Under 12 Girls (8 v 8)
Nordic SC vs. Yankee United Comets
NVSC Jr. Mistics Gold vs. BRYC Harkes Elite

Under 12 Girls
Massapequa Stars vs. Black Watch Premier
Seacoast United vs. Howell Spirit

Under 13 Girls
PDA Celtic vs. Syosset Arsenal
Chantilly SC Hotspur vs. Bethesda Freedom

Under 14 Girls
Chantilly Burn vs. Quickstrike FC Power
FC Penn Strikers vs. FC Stars of Mass.

Under 15 Girls
PDA Tsunami vs. Scorpians SC Elite
FC Frederick vs. Spirit

Under 16 Girls
Albertson Fury vs. PDA Fire
Seacoast United Premier vs. Freestate Phoenix

Under 17 Girls
FC Bucks Vipers vs. Blue Monkeys
Montclair United vs. Albertson Fury

Under 18 Girls
McLean MPS Freedom Elite vs. FC Greater Boston Bolts
PDA Power vs. FC Delco Fury II

Under 19 Girls
Parsippany Gazelles vs. FC Penn Strikers
FCV Cardinals vs. Albertson Fury



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