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Teams advance to Presidents Cup finals
June 19th, 2009 10:45PM

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US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup champions -- representing 27 different clubs -- were crowned in three of four regions. The Region I Presidents Cup will be held June 20-21 in Kirkwood, Del. The national finals will take place July 17-19 at the WRAL Soccer Complex in North Carolina.

CHAMPIONS
Region II
Boys
Under-14 Rolla Knights (MO)
Under-15 St. Louis Scott Gallagher (MO)
Under-16 NWI United (IN)
Under-17 Magic FC (IN)
Girls
Under-14 Little Illini (IL)
Under-15 Invaders (IN)
Under-16 West Michigan Fire Juniors (MI)

Region III
Boys
Under-13 Eclipse Black (S-TX)
Under-14 Hurst United FC 95 Black (N-TX)
Under-15 Thunder United (S-TX)
Under-16 Mako United (FL)
Under-17 CASL Premier (NC)
Girls
Under-13 FC Alliance Black (TN)
Under-14 Greenville Stars (NC)
Under-15 AHFC Blue W (S-TX)
Under-16 MSC Lady Strikers (TN)
Under-17 FC Dallas East (N-TX

Region IV
Boys
Under-13 SCU Di Cassal (CA-S)
Under-14 Los Alamitos Titans (CA-S)
Under-15 Santa Barbara SC (CA-S)
Under-16 BKFD Brigade (CA-S)
Under-17 Conquistamerica (CA-S)
Girls
Under-13 LAFC (CA-S)
Under-14 Washington Premier FC (WA)
Under-15 So Cal Rush Nike (CA-S)
Under-16 Snohomish United Black (WA)
Under-17 CFC United (CA-S)



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