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GSA and So Cal Blues book return trips
by Paul Kennedy, March 26th, 2010 3:52AM

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[NATIONAL LEAGUE] The U-17 boys GSA Phoenix Red and U-17 girls So Cal Blues won their respective groups in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League and will make return trips to the 2010 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 20-25 in Overland Park, Kan.

2010 U.S. Youth Soccer National League
Under-15 Boys: 1. Albion White, 2. Lemont Raiders
Under-16 Boys: 1. Grand Rapids Crew Juniors, 2. Blast FC Red
Under-17 Boys: 1. GSA Phoenix, 2. Penn Fusion Soccer Academy Coppa

Under-15 Girls: 1. Dallas Texans Red, 2. Scorpions Elite
Under-16 Girls: 1. NASA Elite II, 2. NSA Premier Fury
Under-17 Girls: 1. So Cal Blues Dodge, 2. Slammers FC

Two runners-up, Blast FC Red (under-16 boys) and Scorpions Elite (under-15 girls) are returning to trips to the National Championships.

Following the last weekend of play in Las Vegas, two teams NSA Elite II (under-16 girls) and Lemont Raiders (under-15 boys) were tied for second place in their respective age groups but advanced thanks to higher goal differential.

The two teams in the National League qualify for the National Championships.



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