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Eclipse Select repeats triple feat
June 26th, 2009 8:30AM
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[REGION II GIRLS]
For the second year in a row, Eclipse Select of Illinois captured three titles at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships.

Eclipse Select's U-19s were the only team to repeat as regional champions.

The U-17s already had qualified for the National Championships thanks to their National League runner-up finish, so Ohio's Internationals SC, which lost, 4-0, in the final, also qualified for the nationals.

Eclipse Select has now won 10 regional titles in the last four years.

REGION IIIGIRLS
Under 13
(MI) Michigan Hawks 2 (IN) Carmel United Academy 1
Hawks:  Justine Jahnke (3), Jamie Cheslik (38); Carmel:  Gabrielle LaMere (23)

Under 14
(IL) Eclipse Select 0 (OH-S) Ohio Premier Green 0
(Eclipse Select wins 4-2 on penalties.)

Under 15
(MO) St. Louis Scott Gallagher Green 2 (OH-S) CSA Elite 0
Gallagher: Alexandria Massey (25), Rachel Kibby (27)

Under 16
(OH-N) Cleveland FC 4 (MO) St. Louis Scott Gallagher Green 1
Cleveland: Elizabeth Bollinger (36), Katie Roberts (44), Jillian Graff (61), Kelsey Smigel (78); Gallagher: Abbey Stock (64)

Under 17
(IL) Eclipse Select 4 (OH-N) *Internationals SC 0
Eclipse: Vanessa Laxgang (67), Samantha Scofield (72), Maggie Murnane (80), Ariana Kulinczenko (86)
*Advances to National Championships since Eclipse Select qualified as National League runner-up.

Under 18
(OH-S) Ohio Elite SA 1 (MI) Michigan Hawks 0
Ohio:  Ally Berry (18)

Under 19
(IL) Eclipse Select 3 (KS2) KCFC Jazz 0
Eclipse: own goal (52), Jessica Price (54), Carly Samp (62)



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