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PDA takes four girls titles
July 6th, 2011 1:50AM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] New Jersey club PDA won four girls championships Tuesday at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championships at the Classics Park in Lancaster, Pa.

Of the five returning champions, only the Scorpions Elite (U-16 girls) won back-to-back regional titles.

Under-19 Boys
Baltimore Bays Chelsea MD 2 Lower Merion Velez  PA-E 0

Under-18 Boys
YMS Thunder PA-E 2 FC Stars of Massachusetts MA (PL) 1

Under-17 Boys
Penn Fusion Celtic PA-E 3 SAC United Premier MD 2
PENN: Daniel Matthews (2), Benjamin Kennell SAC: Thomas Krug (2)

Under-16 Boys
Beadling SC PA-W 1 PDA Harkes NJ 0
BEAD: Ryan Vilella

Under-15 Boys
SDFC Gauchos NJ 4 OBGC Rangers MD 3

Under-14 Boys
Smithtown Arsenal NY-E 3 Manhattan SC Paris Saint-Germain NY-E 1

Under-13 Boys
Bethesda Lions MD 4 Arlington Impact Red VA 1
BETH: Taofik Lucas-Walker (2), Juan Ramirez; ARL: Lucas Mendes

Under-12 Boys
Beachside CT 1 Holmdel NJX  NJ 0

Under-12 8v8 Boys
BRYC Elite VA 2 Nordic Soccer Club Premier White VT 1
BRYC: Carson Jeffris (2); NSC: Max Hamrell

Under-19 Girls
PDA Tsunami  NJ 2 Vista Shockwave VA 0
PDA: Daphne Corboz (2)

Under-18 Girls
FC Stars of Massachusetts MA 2 Bethesda SC Dragons MD 1
FCS: Hayley Brock, Emily Manoogian; BETH: Melissa Downey

Under-17 Girls
FC Pennsylvania Strikers PA-E 4 PDA Charge NJ 0
FCP: n/a

Under-16 Girls
Scorpions Elite  MA 1 Bethesda Freedom  MD 0
SCOR: Samantha Alves

Under-15 Girls
PDA Slammers NJ 4 SAC United Premier MD 1
PDA: Natasha Ntone Kouo (2), Alexandra Weyrauch (2); SAC: Imani Dorsey

Under-14 Girls
Match Fit Chelsea Colchesters NJ 1 PDA Clash NJ 0
MFC: Lucia Surraco

Under-13 Girls
PDA Arsenal NJ 3 Oakwood SC Pride   CT 2

Under-12 Girls

PDA O'Reilly NJ 2 Albertson Red Fury NY-E 0

Under-12 8v8 Girls

Empire United Syracuse NY-W 4 Richmond Kickers Elite VA 2
EMP: Meagan Oneil (2), Gennaveffa Michitti (2); RICH: Lyndsey Gutzmer, Riley Cook



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