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US Youth Region I Championships
July 1st, 2008 7:01AM
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For the second time in three years, a local team has reached the finals of the US Youth Soccer Region I Championships in Brunswick, Maine. The Coastal Thunder beat the TSF Academy Celtic, 3-1, to reach the finals of the U-16 division. Two years ago, the Thunder also reached the U-14 final. For all the semifinal scores ...

Under 12 Boys (8 v 8)

Rochester Jr. Rhinos 2 FC Sting Blazers 0
NE United White 3 Spirit United Pats 3

Under 12 Boys
BW Gottschee II 0 Lehigh Valley United 3
Montclair Gauchos 0 NJSA Celtics 4

Under 13 Boys
PDA Harkes 1 Rochester Jr. Rhinos 2
Dix Hills Thunder 2 Syracuse Blitz Samba 0

Under 14 Boys
Spirit United Celtic 3 PDA Ronaldo 0
Casa Mia Bays 0 NJSA Gunners 1

Under 15 Boys
Boston Blast 3 New York Red Bulls 2
Casa Mia Bays 6 Syracuse FC 2

Under 16 Boys
TSF Acad. Celtic 1 Coastal Thunder 3
New England Eagles 0 Lower Merion Velez 2

Under 17 Boys
FC Blazers 6 Springfield Jr. Royals 2
Baltimore Bays 1 FC Delco Hammerheads 2

Under 18 Boys
McLean MPS FC 2 Parsippany Revolution 1
Montgomery United 2 FSA Soccer Plus FC 1

Under 19 Boys
Kosmos 1 Freestate United 2
PDA Vieira 0 McLean MPS 1

Under 12 Girls (8 v 8)
Nordic SC 2 Yankee United Comets 3
NVSC Jr. Mistics Gold 4 BRYC Harkes Elite 3

Under 12 Girls
Massapequa Stars 2 Black Watch Premier 0
Seacoast United 0 Howell Spirit 1

Under 13 Girls
PDA Celtic 3 Syosset Arsenal 1
Chantilly SC Hotspur 1 Bethesda Freedom 2

Under 14 Girls
Chantilly Burn 3 Quickstrike FC Power 0
FC Penn Strikers 2 FC Stars of Mass. 3

Under 15 Girls
PDA Tsunami 0 Scorpians SC Elite 1
FC Frederick 0 Spirit 2

Under 16 Girls
Albertson Fury 0 PDA Fire 2
Seacoast United Premier 1 Freestate Phoenix 0

Under 17 Girls
FC Bucks Vipers 3 Blue Monkeys 1
Montclair United 0 Albertson Fury 3

Under 18 Girls
McLean MPS Freedom Elite 5 FC Greater Boston Bolts 0
PDA Power 0 FC Delco Fury II 1

Under 19 Girls
Parsippany Gazelles 0 FC Penn Strikers 1
FCV Cardinals 3 Albertson Fury 1

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