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U.S. finals set for Volkswagen Junior Masters
October 17th, 2009 8AM
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Twelve teams from six preliminary tournaments will compete Saturday and Sunday in Washington, D.C., for a berth to represent the United States at the Volkswagen Junior Masters World Tournament in South Africa.

The winner and runners-up of six regional tournaments qualified for the finals. The semifinals and championship game will take place at RFK Stadium.

Volkswagen, an MLS sponsor, launched the Junior Masters, an under-12 tournament that will take place in May 2010, prior to the World Cup in South Africa.

The winning U.S. team will compete at next year's finals in Cape Town against 19 other teams.

Central Jersey Invitational
WINNER: TAP FC Milan
RUNNER-UP: Soccer Domain Royals

Spirit United Kickoff Classic
WINNER: Baltimore Bays Hurricanes
RUNNER-UP: Lower Merion Magic

Twin City Classic
WINNER: FCCA Huntersville Highlanders
RUNNER-UP: Lake Norman SC Black

Keystone Cup
WINNER: Penn Legacy Black
RUNNER-UP: PA Classics Panthers Revolution

Richmond Cup
WINNER: Arlington Impact Red
RUNNER-UP: Lee Mt. Vernon Soccer Patriots

Parsippany Pride Youth Invitational
WINNER: PDA Pele
RUNNER-UP: Lehigh Valley United



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