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Surf heads National League field
August 19th, 2009 8AM
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San Diego Surf, winner of the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer under-15 national championship,  heads the entrants in the 2009-10 U.S. Youth Soccer National League. Four runners-up at the 2009 National Championships in Lancaster, Mass., will also participate.

They include the Dallas Texans Red, whom Surf beat on penalty kicks in the final.

The others are Ponte Vedra Storm ('09 U-16 girls), Hicksville Strikers ('09 U-16 boys) and Sereno White ('09 U-15 boys).

The National League consists of eight teams in U-15 to U-17 boys and girls groups. The winners and runners-up earn tickets to the National Championships.

2009-10 National League
Under-15 Boys
CASL Elite (NC)
Albion SC (CA-S)
Baltimore Bays Chelsea (MD)
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (N-TX)
Dix Hills Thunder (E-NY)
LAFC Chelsea (CA-S)
Lemont Raiders (IL)
Michigan Wolves 95 (MI)

Under-16 Boys
Blast FC (OH-S)
CSA Predators (NC)
Grand Rapids Crew Juniors (MI)
Penn Fusion Academy Celtic (E-PA)
Sereno White (AZ)
Solar Red (N-TX)
Tulsa TSC Black (OK)
Waza FC Black (MI)

Under-17 Boys
Blast FC Red (OH-S)
Campton United Navy (IL)
Carolina Elite Premier (SC)
Elite FC Gladiators (NM)
GSA Phoenix Red (GA)
Hicksville Strikers (E-NY)
Penn Fusion Academy Coppa (E-PA)
Real So Cal White (CA-S)

Under-15 Girls
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (N-TX)
Hurricane FC Rhein (OK)
NSA Premier Fireballs (IL)
San Diego Surf White (CA-S)
Scorpions SC (MA)
So Cal Blues (CA-S)
Sockers FC Chicago (IL)
VSA Heat Blue (VA)

Under-16 Girls
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (N-TX)
FC Pennsylvania Strikers (E-PA)
KC Select Scream Red (MO)
NASA G12 Elite II (GA)
NSA Premier Fury (IL)
San Diego Surf (CA-S)
Scorpions Soccer Elite (MA)
So Cal Blues (CA-S)

Under-17 Girls
Cleveland FC (OH-N)
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (N-TX)
Eagles (CA-S)
Montclair Thunderbolts (NJ)
Ponte Verde Storm (FL)
Slammers FC (CA-S)
So Cal Blues (CA-S)
Syosset Sting (E-NY)

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