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May 22nd, 2009 9:15PM
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State Cup finals were recently held in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Oregon. Among the big winners were Sereno White with six boys and girls titles in U-14 to U-18 Arizona age groups and LV Premier, which took four championships in the U-14 to U-18 Nevada age groups. For the results of all the U-14 to U-18 finals ...

ARIZONA
U14 Boys
SC del Sol 2 TSA White 1
U15 BoysSereno White 1 FBSL Gallos 0
U16 BoysSereno White 2 GSA Arsenal Premier 1 (OT)
U17 BoysPros White 3 TSA Red 2 (penalty kicks)
U18 BoysCisco Dragons Black 2 TSA Red 1

U14 Girls Sereno White 1 MSC 0
U15 Girls Sereno White 3 SC del Sol 0
U16 Girls Sereno White 1 AZ Sting Gold 0
U17 Girls Sereno White def. GSC Arsenal
U18 Girls SC del Sol 1 SC del Sol White 0

COLORADO
U14 BoysColorado Rush Nike 2 Real Colorado National
U15 BoysColorado Rush Nike 2 Pride Predators 1
U16 BoysColorado Storm North Red Copa 3 Boulder Force Red 0
U17 BoysStorm North Red 3 Arsenal Gold 1
U18 BoysArsenal Gold 4 Colorado Rush Nike 1

NEVADA
U14 Boys
SBSC United Red 2 Downtown LVSC Gold 1
U15 Boys Players United 5 Pumas 2
U16 Boys Cordica USA 1 Santos Laguna 0
U17 Boys LV Premier 3 Nomads 2
U18 Boys LV Premier 3 Real LVSC 1

U14 Girls LV Premier Black 3 Nevada Elite Blue 0
U15Girls LV Premier White 2 Ballistic 0
U16Girls Neusport Green 3 FC Las Vegas Mundial 0
U17Girls FC Las Vegas Mundial 3 LV Premier Elite 0
U18Girls Players SC Blue 2 Neusport Green 0
U19Girls FC Las Vegas Mundial

OREGON
U14 Boys Cascade FC-Atlas  2  FC Portland Gold 1
U15 Boys WSM Premier  3  ESUFC Manchester United 0
U16 Boys WSM Remix 2 Santos FC River Plate 1
U17 Boys ESUFC Liverpool  3  Oregon Rush Nike 0
U18 Boys WSM Internationals 6 ESUFC Roma 1

U14 Girls SSC Ireland 2 FC Portland Marine 0
U15Girls Oregon Rush Nike 2 FC Portland Academy 2 (4-2 penalty kicks)
U16Girls FC Portland Academy Green 4 SSC Albion 2
U17Girls Tualatin Hills United Neon 2  Lake Oswego SC-Dynasty 1
U18Girls Lake Oswego SC-Soul Crew 1 FC Portland Academy Sapphire 0



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