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Arsenal FC cleans up in CSL Premier
November 21st, 2008 8:45AM
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Arsenal FC, the Southern California team that produced U.S. national team captain Carlos Bocanegra, cleaned up in the 2008 CSL Premier League, winning two boys and one girls championship. The boys won the U-19 and U-16 divisions in the Southern California superleague, while the U-16 girls were the only team with a perfect record, finishing 11-0-0. For all the U-19, U-17 and U-16 boys and girls final standings ...

U19 BOYS W L T PTS
Arsenal FC  8  0  3  27 
Real So Cal White  8  1  2  26 
FC Barcelona  6  2  3  21 
Pateadores Blue  6  3  2  20 
PVSC Exiles  5  5  1  16 
Del Mar Sharks  5  5  1  16 
Chelsea SC Blue  4  5  2  14 
Oxnard PAL FC  4  6  1  13 
South Coast Bayern  3  7  1  10 
NVSC Fusion 2  6  3  8 
LAFC  2  7  2  7 
Pateadores White  1  7  3  6 

U17 BOYS W L T PTS
Real So Cal White  9  0  2  28 
CZ Elite Soccer  7  1  3  24 
ISC Strikers Black  5  3  3  18 
Slammers FC  5  3  3  18 
LAFC  4  4  3  14 
Arsenal FC White  4  6  1  13 
South Bay Force Black  3  4  4  13 
West Coast FC  4  6  1  13 
United FC Black  4  7  0  12 
Arsenal FC  4  6  1  10 
Los Angeles Rampage Blue  3  7  1  10 
Paris St. Germain  0  5  6  6 

U16 BOYS W L T PTS
Arsenal FC  7  0  4  25 
Real So Cal White  6  3  2  20 
South Bay Force Blue  5  2  4  19 
Pateadores Blue  5  2  4  19 
West Coast FC  5  2  4  19 
ISC Strikers  4  4  3  15 
Los Angeles Rampage Blue  4  5  2  14 
South Bay Force Black  3  3  5  14 
Canyon PSA  4  5  2  14 
Legends FC  3  5  3  12 
Galaxy  1  8  2  5 
CZ Elite Soccer  1  9  1  4

U19 GIRLS W L T PTS
So Cal Blues  9  1  1  28 
Wolfpack Blue  9  1  1  28 
Orange County Premier Org.  5  2  4  19 
Eagles  6  4  1  19 
Slammers FC  4  4  3  15 
Laguna Niguel SC  3  4  4  13 
Real So Cal White  3  5  3  12 
ISC Strikers  3  5  3  12 
West Coast FC  3  5  3  12 
PVSC Exiles Black  2  6  3  9 
Arsenal FC  3  8  0  9 
Real So Cal Blue  2  7  2  8 

U17 GIRLS W L T PTS
Slammers FC  8  2  1  25 
ISC Strikers  6  1  4  22 
Real So Cal Blue  5  2  4  19 
So Cal Blues  6  4  1  19 
Eclipse White  5  4  2  17 
Slammers North  4  3  4  16 
Legends FC  4  4  3  15 
Eclipse Black  5  6  0  15 
Valley United  4  5  2  14 
Tustin United Red  3  7  1  10 
Real So Cal White  2  8  1  7 
Claremont Stars  1  7  3  6 
 
U16 GIRLS W L T PTS
Arsenal FC  11  0  0  33 
So Cal Blues  7  1  3  24 
Eagles  8  3  0  24 
Real So Cal White  6  2  3  21 
Slammers FC  5  4  2  17 
SCU Blazers  5  5  1  16 
West Coast FC  5  6  0  15 
ISC Strikers  3  4  4  13 
Wolfpack  2  7  2  8 
Cypress Elite  2  8  1  7 
LAFC Black  2  8  1  7 
LAFC  1  9  1  4



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