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Sereno knocks off defending national champion
June 27th, 2011 2:51AM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Sereno knocked off defending national champion EastSide United with a 1-0 win at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in Boise, Idaho. For all the regional finals ...

EastSide United, based in Oregon, became the third defending national champion to fall in Boise.

Under-19 Boys
Sereno White AZ 1 ESUFC Liverpool Red OR 0

Under-18 Boys
Palo Alto Blue CA-N 3 United FC Black CA-S 2

Under-17 Boys
Rush Nike NM 2 La Roca Premier UT 1

Under-16 Boys
Eastside FC Red WA 2 Mt. Hamilton PAC Tigres CA-N 0
 
Under-15 Boys
San Diego Surf Acad. CA-S 4 Neusport Green NV 2

Under-14 Boys
Fullerton Rangers White CA-S 1 Cosmos Academy West CA-S 0

Under-13 Boys
South Bay Gunners CA-S 2 Crossfire Premier WA 0

Under-12 Boys

Pateadores CA-S 5 Mt. Hamilton YSL PAC Atlas CA-N 4

Under-19 Girls
Real Colorado National CO 4 Super Nova ID 3

Under-18 Girls

CO Rush Nike  CO 5 Real So Cal White CA-S 4

Under-17 Girls
So Cal Blues CA-S 2 Rio Vista FC Eagles NM 0
 
Under-16 Girls
Mustang Blast CA-N 1 Real Colorado National CO 0
 
Under-15 Girls
Slammers FC CA-S 2 So Cal Blues-Draluck CA-S 1

Under-14 Girls
Arsenal CA-S 3 Leahi Premier HI 0

Under-13 Girls

Arsenal FC CA-S 2 Sereno White AZ 1

Under-12 Girls

Blitz FC Orange HI 4 Surf White CA-S 2 (PKs)



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