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Magic moments in Virginia Beach
August 3rd, 2010 11:49PM

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[NATIONAL CUP IX FINALS] Chicago Magic SC was the only club to earn multiple national championships at either the boys or girls National Cup IX Finals, winning boys titles in the U-14 and U-15 Super Groups.

Teams from eight different states claimed national championships at the finals held at the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex in Virginia Beach, Va.
 
2010 National Cup IX Boys Finals:
U-13 Super Group
Sockers FC Cup (Ill.) 3, Juventus Forza SC (Calif.) 0
 
U-13 Boys Premier
Colorado Storm Royal (Colo.) 6, STN Rangers (Pa.) 0
 
U-14 Boys Super Group
Chicago Magic SC Pre-Academy (Ill.) 1, Sacramento United Reds (Calif.) 0
 
U-14 Boys Premier
California Odyssey (Calif.) 4, Laurel Knights FC (Md.) 0
 
U-15 Boys Super Group
Chicago Magic SC Pre-Academy (Ill.) 1, Union Independiente FC (Calif.) 1
(Chicago Magic wins on penalties)
 
U-15 Boys Premier
Abunai SA (Hawaii) 2, Team America Premier FC Barcelona (Va.) 0
 
U-16 Boys Super Group
Marlton SC Lightning Red (N.J.) 3, Ajax FC Chicago (Ill.) 2
 
U-16 Boys Premier
SWFL United SA (Fla.) 2, Rio Vista FC (N.M.) 1 - OT
 
U-17 Boys Super Group
MPS Boston Bulldogs (Mass.) 4, Synergy FC (Vt.) 0
 
U-17 Boys Premier
Empire United SA Rochester (N.Y.) 1, North Star SC (Pa.) 0



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