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Cal South teams clean up
by Paul Kennedy, June 24th, 2009 2PM
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West Coast FC was the only team to claim two boys titles at the U.S. Youth Region IV Championships in Lancaster, Calif. The West Coast U-13 and U-14 teams were two of five Cal South teams to capture regional titles.

In the U-17 final,Eder Arreola's hat trick powered CZ Elite to a 4-0 win over United FC in a battle of Cal South teams.

The Colorado Rush Nike rallied from two goals down in the last 15 minutes on goals by Stephen Emory to send the U-19 final to overtime and beat DMS 11, 3-2, on Ryan Kawuloc's goal.

Santa Clara-boundErik Hurtado scored the first goal to help WSM International of Oregon beat Arizona's Sereno White, 2-1, in the U-18 boys final.

The only other winner was outside Cal South was Sereno White in the U-15 age group.

The regional winners earned berths to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 21-26 at Citizens Bank Fields in Lancaster, Mass.

Under-12 Boys
Legends FC (CA-S) 4 Redwood Juventus CRS (CA-N) 1
Legends-Collin Hossum (21), Alejandro Vergara (23), Omar Hermosillo (33, 44); Redwood-Benhamin Hiltbrand Consoli (40)

Under-13 Boys
West Coast FC (CA-S) 2, Santa Clara Sporting (CA-N) 0
West Coast- Matthew Anderson (30), Trevor Hyman (72)

Under-14 Boys
West Coast FC (CA-S) 3, SC del sol 95 White (AZ) 1
West Coast-Alejandro Perez (4), Gage Zerboni (86, 89)
SC del sol- Lenardo Rico (45)

Under-15 Boys
Sereno White (AZ) 1, Arsenal FC (CA-S) 0
Sereno-Cole Nagy (74)

Under-16 Boys
Arsenal FC (CA-S) 4, Elite FC Gladiators (NM) 3
Arsenal-Luis Fuentes (11, 55), Nzeogwu Iwekaoguwa (39, 50); Gladiators-Kevin Birchmeyer (16, 37), Ryan Hinsen (26).

Under-17 Boys
CZ Elite (CA-S) 4, United FC (CA-S) 0
CZ Elite-Eder Arreola (18, 28, 44), Michael Shaddock (43)

Under-18 Boys
WSM International (OR) 2, Sereno White (AZ) 1
WSM- Erik Hertado (9), Dillon Tufty (60)
Sereno- Benjamin Raymond (62)

Under-19 Boys
Colorado Rush Nike (CO) 3, DMS 11 (CA-S) 2
Rush- Steven Emory (76, 80), Ryan Kawulock (114); DMS-Austin Mandel (35, 61).



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