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Regional champions headed to Tennessee
June 24th, 2010 3:18AM
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[PRESIDENTS CUP]Regional champions have been crowned in the U.S. Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup. The winners in the under-14 through under-17 age groups earn advancement to the nationals July 8-11, at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Region I

Under-13 Boys East Meadow Arsenal (E-NY)
Under-14 Boys Western United FC (MA)
Under-15 Boys VFC Blast (MA)
Under-16 Boys EXPO’S (MA)
Under-17 Boys DSB Kickers (DE)

Under-13 Girls Bay Shore Power (E-NY)
Under-14 Girls Bethesda Threat (MD)
Under-15 Girls FC Napoli (MA)
Under-16 Girls Manhattan Kickers (E-NY)
Under-17 Girls Western United FC (MA)

Region II
Under-14 Girls Freedom SC (OH-S)
Under-15 Girls Freedom SC (OH-S)
Under-16 Girls St. Louis Scott Gallagher (MO)
Under-17 Girls SFE (IN)

Under-14 Boys SC Waukesha (WI)
Under-15 Boys Millennium SA Fire (IN)
Under-16 Boys NIFA (IN)
Under-17 Boys Cutters (IN)

Region III
Under-13 Boys Key Biscayne (FL)
Under-14 Boys IMG Soccer Academy (FL)
Under-15 Boys Texas Rush Nike 94/95 (S-TX)
Under-16 Boys Thunder United (S-TX)
Under-17 Boys Texas Rush Nike 92/93 (S-TX)

Under-13 Girls TNFC 97 Athena (TN)
Under-14 Girls Forsyth Fusion 96 Gold (GA)
Under-15 Girls Miami Lakes (FL)
Under-16 Girls AR Rush (AR)
Under-17 Girls CBS Cyclones (FL)

Region IV
Under-13 Boys Coachella Valley Chivas (CA-S)
Under-14 Boys AVSC Ambush (CA-S)
Under-15 Boys Hemet Juventus (CA-S)
Under-16 Boys Idaho Rush Nike (ID)
Under-17 Boys So Cal Rush Nike (CA-S)
 
Under-13 Girls Laguna Hills Eclipse (CA-S)
Under-14 Girls PVSC Exiles (CA-S)
Under-15 Girls Palmdale Thunder (CA-S)
Under-16 Girls South Bay Force Blue (CA-S)
Under-17 Girls Simi Valley SC Eclipse (CA-S)



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