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Javanon completes double in South Dakota
June 26th, 2009 8:30AM

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[REGION II BOYS] Javanon won two titles at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships, which concluded Thursday in Sioux Falls, S.D.

The Kentucky club's U-17s were the only team to repeat as regional champions, beating the Chicago Fire Juniors in a shootout.

Jeremy Fernandes was the final day's scoring ace with a hat trick in Ohio's Blast FC's 4-2 win over Westside FC of Indiana.

REGION III BOYS
Under 13

(MI) Michigan Wolves 1 (KS) KC Wizards Juniors 0
Wolves: Daegan DeBono (48)

Under 14
(MO) St. Louis Scott Gallagher Academy 1 (MRL2-MI) Michigan Wolves 0
Gallagher: Keith Grieshaber (12)       

Under 15
(MRL2-OH-O) Blast FC 4 (IN) Westside United FC 2
Blast:  Jeremy Fernandes (4, 15, 75), Shane Facemyer (51); Westside:  Andrew Oliver (25, 58)

Under 16
(MRL1-IL) Campton United Navy 1 (MRL2-KS) KC Wizards Juniors  0
Campton:  Seamus Kaminski (54)

Under 17
(KY) Javanon 1 (IL2) Chicago Fire Juniors 1
(Javanon wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Javanon:  Dimitri DeChurch-Silva (94); Fire:  Michael Lenzi (107)

Under 18
(KY) Javanon 1 (MO) St. Louis Scott Gallagher 0
Javanon: Vinicius Paiva (94)

Under 19
(IN) Pike Indy Burn 1 (MO) St. Louis Scott Gallagher 0
Indy: Matthew Hedges (78)



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