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National Cup X champions crowned in Boise
August 1st, 2011 11:31PM

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[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] Five different clubs from the state of Washington won titles at U.S. Club Soccer's National Cup X Finals that concluded Monday in Boise, Idaho. California was second with four champions. For all the boys and girls winners ...

BOYS
U-13 Boys Super Group:  Real Tuzos (Ariz.)
U-13 Boys Premier:  Napa Valley SC (Calif.)
U-14 Boys Super Group:  St. Louis Scott Gallagher - Metro (Ill.)
U-14 Boys Premier:  Redwood Palo Alto Blue (Calif.)
U-15 Boys Super Group:  Westside Metros Galacticos (Ore.)
U-15 Boys Premier:  Boise Nationals SC Celtic (Idaho)
U-16 Boys Super Group:  Sagebrush SC United Red (Nev.)
U-17 Boys Super Group:  Ironbound SC Predators (N.J.)
U-17 Boys Premier:  Rainier Valley Slammers White (Wash.)

GIRLS
U-13 Girls Super Group: Santa Clara Sporting Green (Calif.)
U-13 Girls Premier:  FC Portland Navy (Ore.)
U-14 Girls Super Group: Washington Premier FC ECNL (Wash.)
U-14 Girls Premier:  Forza FC Premier (Utah)
U-15 Girls Super Group: West Coast SC Kryptonite (Calif.)
U-15 Girls Premier:  Northwest Nationals Blue (Wash.)
U-16 Girls Super Group: FC Nova (Idaho)
U-16 Girls Premier:  TSF Academy Fire (N.J.)
U-17 Girls Super Group: Washington Rush Nike (Wash.)
U-17 Girls Premier: Columbia Premier SC Timbers Red (Wash.)



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