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Illinois clubs clean up in Region II
June 30th, 2011 12:48AM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Illinois clubs won eight of the 14 titles up for grabs Wednesday at the 2011 U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships at USA Youth Sports Complex in Appleton, Wisc. Eclipse Select led all teams with three titles -- all on the girls side -- while the Chicago Fire Juniors and Chicago Magic each won two boys titles.
 
2011 US Youth Soccer Region II Champions
Boys
Under 13 Chicago Magic (IL)
Under 14 Chicago Magic (IL)       
Under 15 Chicago Fire Juniors (IL)            
Under 16 Minnesota Thunder Academy (MN)   
Under 17 Grand Rapids Crew Juniors (MI)           
Under 18 KCFC Rangers 92/93 (KS)          
Under 19 Chicago Fire Juniors (IL)            

Girls
Under 13 Eclipse Select North Black 97-98 (IL)
Under 14 Eclipse Select (IL)         
Under 15 Eclipse Select 95-96 (IL)             
Under 16 Michigan Hawks 95 (MI)
Under 17 Sockers FC (IL)
Under 18 FC Milwaukee (WI)
Under 19 Inferno (MN)



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