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Defending champs on verge of repeats
June 26th, 2011 3:02AM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Six defending champions moved into Sunday's finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in Boise, Idaho.

The three boys defending champions -- EastSide United (U-19), Mt. Hamilton PAC Tigres (U-16) and Cosmos Academy West (U-14) -- and three girls champions -- Real SoCal White (U-18), Real Colorado National (U-16) and Arsenal FC (U-13) -- all won.

Under-19 Boys
Rio Vista FC NM 1 Sereno White AZ 2
Las Vegas Premier NV 0 ESUFC Liverpool Red OR 3

Under-18 Boys
United FC Black CA-S 4 Strikers FC NM 1
Neusport FC NV 1 Palo Alto Blue CA-N 2

Under-17 Boys
Rush Nike AZ 2 Sereno White AZ 1 (PKs)
Santa Clara Sporting CA-N 1 LA ROCA PREMIER UT 2

Under-16 Boys
Eastside FC Red WA 2 Albion White CA-S 1 (PKs)
Mt. Hamilton PAC Tigres CA-N 4 Downtown Rapids Gold NV 2
 
Under-15 Boys
San Diego Surf Acad. CA-S 2 Colorado Storm Copa CO 0
Neusport Green NV 2 La Roca Premier-FD UT 1

Under-14 Boys
Fullerton Rangers White CA-S 7 LV Premier White NV 1
Cosmos Academy West CA-S 3 Real SoCal CA-S 0

Under-13 Boys
Crossfire Premier WA 5 Alum Rock PAC Impact CA-N 4 (PKs)
Sparta Premier JK UT 1 South Bay Gunners CA-S 2

Under-12 Boys

Mt. Hamilton YSL PAC Atlas CA-N 3 CFC Real Madrid OR 0
Pateadores CA-S 2 Banat Gold AZ 1

Under-19 Girls
Super Nova ID 2 So Cal Blues Dodge CA-S 1
Real Colorado National CO 3 Storm Academy Copa  CO 2

Under-18 Girls

CO Rush Nike  CO 2 Pride Predators CO 1
Real So Cal White CA-S 2 So Cal Blues Dodge CA-S 1

Under-17 Girls
Rio Vista FC Eagles NM 1 Legends FC CA-S 0
So Cal Blues CA-S 3 Oregon Rush Nike OR 1
 
Under-16 Girls
Mustang Blast CA-N 1 Colorado Rush Nike  CO 0
Real Colorado National CO 2 Legends Breakaway 1
 
Under-15 Girls
Slammers FC G95 CA-S 3 Beach White CA-S 0
So Cal Blues-Draluck CA-S 3 Washington Premier FC WA 0

Under-14 Girls
Arsenal CA-S 1 Real Colorado National CO 0 (PKs)
Leahi Premier HI 2 Crossfire Premier WA 1

Under-13 Girls

Arsenal FC CA-S 3 Santa Rosa United Freeze CA-N 2
Sereno White AZ 1 Real Colorado National CO 0

Under-12 Girls

Surf Girls White CA-S 2 Santa Rosa United ICE  CA-N 0
Blitz FC Orange HI 3 Eagles CA-S 2 (PKs)



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