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Santa Clara Sporting cleans up at National Cup regionals
June 24th, 2011 1:16AM
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[U.S. CLUB SOCCER]Santa Clara Sporting won three titles at U.S. Club Soccer's National Cup X girls regionals that concluded this week in Modesto, Calif. Three other regional tournaments have been completed, while the regional in Cincinnati was impacted by bad weather. For all the regional champions ...

Bad weather in Cincinnati forced the cancellation of all games on Monday at Clear Creek Park. U.S. Club Soccer was working to determine the best way to award berths to the National Cup X Finals from the regional.

National Cup X Regionals will continue through July 12 in a total of 10 cities. Regional-winning teams in the U-13 through U-17 age groups will play in the National Cup X Finals July 29-Aug. 1 in Boise, Idaho.

LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y., REGIONAL:
BOYS:
U-11 Super Group:  JIGS Soccer Academy (N.Y.)
U-12 Super Group:  Morris United SC STA Gunners (N.J.)
U-13 Super Group:  MPS Bulldogs (Mass.)
U-13 Premier Group:  Eastern FC Reds (N.Y.)
U-14 Super Group:  Ironbound SC Elite (N.J.)
U-14 Premier Group:  Eastern FC Revolution (N.Y.)
U-15 Super Group:  Ironbound SC Fury (N.J.)
U-15 Premier Group:  F.C. New York United '95 (N.Y.)
U-16 Super Group:  Ironbound SC Inter (N.J.)
U-16 Premier Group:  Middlepath FC United 94/95 (N.Y.)
U-17 Super Group:  Ironbound SC Predators (N.J.)
U-17 Premier Group:  Eastern FC Magic (N.Y.)
U-18/19 Super Group:  New York S.C. (N.Y.)

GIRLS:
U-13 Super Group:  Parsippany SC Cheetahs (N.J.)
U-14 Super Group:  World Class FC Bustamante (N.Y.)
U-15 Super Group:  Empire United SA Syracuse (N.Y.)
U-16 Super Group:  Blackwatch Premier Buffalo Jags (N.Y.)
U-16 Premier Group:  FC Broncos (N.J.)
U-17 Super Group:  Rochester FC (N.Y.)

VERO BEACH, FLA., REGIONAL:
BOYS:
U-13 Super Group:  LWS FC Barcelona (Fla.)
U-13 Premier Group:  SAA Real Madrid Castilla (Fla.)
U-14 Super Group:  Kicks SC Black (Fla.)
U-16 Super Group:  Leg AZ Caimans (Fla.)
U-18/19 Super Group:  Kendall Soccer Coalition White (Fla.)

GIRLS:
U-15 Super Group:  A.C. Delray Redhots (Fla.)

DENVER REGIONAL:
BOYS:
U-13:  CCV Stars Black (Ariz.)
U-15:  Colorado Edge Select (Colo.)
U-16:  Colorado Storm SC Copa (Colo.)
U-17:  Eclipse SC Black (Texas)
 
GIRLS:
U-13:  Colorado Rush SC Nike (Colo.)
U-15:  Forza FC Premier (Utah)
U-17:  New Mexico Rush Nike (N.M.)
 
MODESTO, CALIF., (GIRLS) REGIONAL:
U-11 Super Group:  Manteca FC Newcastle (Calif.)
U-11 Premier Group:  Davis Legacy Millennium (Calif.)
U-12 Super Group:  Santa Clara Sporting Green (Calif.)
U-12 Premier Group:  South Valley Chivas Academy (Calif.)
U-13 Super Group:  Santa Clara Sporting Green (Calif.)
U-13 Premier Group:  Lamorinda SC United Navy (Calif.)
U-14 Super Group:  Bay Oaks SC Botafogo (Calif.)
U-14 Premier Group:  Davis Legacy Heat (Calif.)
U-15 Super Group:  Marin FC Blue (Calif.)
U-15 Premier Group:  Inter Rage Impact (Calif.)
U-16 Super Group:  Modesto Ajax United Elite (Calif.)
U-16 Premier Group:  California Cougars (Calif.)
U-17 Super Group:  Santa Clara Sporting (Calif.)
U-17 Premier Group:  Santa Cruz County Breakers White (Calif.)



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