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U.S. Youth Soccer National Directors Cup Champions
July 22nd, 2008 1:16AM

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Eight U.S. Youth Soccer National Directors Cup champions were crowned Sunday in games played at the Kirkwood (Del.) Soccer Complex. The Directors Cup provides teams a national tournament experience at an elite level, for teams not typically given the opportunity.

CHAMPIONSHIPS
Under-14 Boys

West Texas United (NTX) 1 TASC Team America (VA) 1
(West Texas United wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Under-15 Boys
JSC Jammers Gold (NC) 1 GSPAA Elite (MD) 0
Under-16 Boys
Chesco Premier (EPA) 2 Devils (NV) 1
Under-17 Boys
Real Las Vegas SC (NV) 2 FSC Force (NC) 1
Under-14 Girls
Kirkwood SC Freedom (DE) 2 Texas Rush Nike (STX) 0
Under-15 Girls
HBC Intense (ENY) 7 Wilson Explosion (NC) 1
Under-16 Girls
West Texas United (NTX) 2 Coastal United (NC) 0
Under-17 Girls
Alaska Rush 1 FC Dallas Blue 0

CONSOLATION GAMES
Under-14 Boys
Baltimore Bays (MD) 2 Lighthouse Hurricanes-EPA 1
Under-15 Boys
Hulmelville Sting (EPA) 0 West Houston Pumas (STX) 1
Under-16 Boys
Kosmos (ENY) 0 Texans FC (STX) 0
Under-17 Boys
Croatian Eagles SC (WI) 1 West VA Chaos (WV) 1
Under-15 Girls
VA Rush (VA) 5 Wyoming Valley (EPA) 1
Under-16 Girls
Bucks-Mont United (EPA) 2 Kirkwood-Destroyers (DE) 0
Under-17 Girls
Tidal Wave Big Blue (RI) 0 Wyoming Valley (EPA) 2



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