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Historic Virginia state title for Charlottesville club
November 21st, 2008 8:45AM

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The Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle became the first club team from West Central Virginia to win a state championship when  it won the U-18 boys title at the Virginia Youth Soccer Association's state tournament for boys and girls teams in the under-14 to under-18 divisions.

The Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle became the first club team from West Central Virginia to win a state championship when  it won the U-18 boys title at the Virginia Youth Soccer Association's state tournament for boys and girls teams in the under-14 to under-18 divisions. For all the winners ...

SOCA beat the Roanoke Elite, 2-0, on goals by midfielder Ben Coffey (half volley) and Alex Moore (header) in the second half.

In the semifinals, SOCA beat the Springfield Royals, the defending State Cup champions, 3-1. 
                                 
Virginia Youth Soccer Association Finals
U18 Boys SOCA Lightning 2 Roanoke Elite 0
U17 Boys Great Falls Elite 4 SYA Copperheads 1
U16 Boys McLean MPS Hurricanes 1 VBTS 1
(McLean MPS Hurricanes win on penalties.)
U15 Boys Herndon FC 1 Team America SC 0

U18 Girls McLean MPS Freedom 2 Chantilly FCV Netforce 0
U17 Girls VISTA Shockwave 5 Arlington Pride 0
U16 Girls Braddock Road YC Azul 4 VBTS Beach FC 0
U15 Girls  Chantilly Burn 1 McLean MPS Strikers 0



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