[SUPER Y-LEAGUE] The 2011 Super Y-League North American Finals wrapped up in Brandon, Fla., where the hometown Flames won two boys titles. On the girls side, only Seacoast United won two championships.
U-17 Boys: Ironbound
Goalkeeper Ryan Baird scored the decisive goal of a penalty shootout in the 10th round before turning aside a shot from his Kalamazoo Kingdom counterpart Nick Strait as Ironbound SC won its second consecutive North American championship, 8-7, in penalties after the two teams had finished regulation and overtime tied 1-1.
U-16 Boys: TSF Academy
A last-minute penalty by Steve Zamudio, his second goal of the game, gave TSF Academy a 2-1 victory over defending champion Coquitlam Metro-Ford.
U-15 Boys: Princeton
Princeton beat high-scoring Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC, 1-0, on a goal by Julian Antal.
U-14 Boys: Brandon Flames
The hometown Brandon Flames beat TSF, 3-0, a day after they won a thrilling shootout less.
U-13 Boys: Brandon Flames
The Brandon Flames prevailed with a 3-2 win over the Central Jersey Spartans. Brandon and Central Jersey had both won their semifinal matches, 3-0.
U-12 Boys: Cleveland Internationals
After surviving a shootout to advance to the final, the Cleveland Internationals made it five wins from five matches with a 2-0 win over the New Jersey Rangers.
U-17 Girls: MPS Renegades
The MPS Renegades had to come back from a first-half deficit but earned a 3-1 victory over the Northern Virginia Majestics.
U-16 Girls: Seacoast United
A second-half goal by defender Abby Smith gave Seacoast United a 2-1 victory against the Long Island Rough Riders, giving the New England club its second championship in three seasons.
U-15 Girls: Seacoast United
Forward Jackie Ham ran onto a long Susannah Gray free kick at the far post to give Seacoast a 4-3 overtime victory over TSF Academy.
U-14 Girls: Kalamazoo Kingdom
After winning three one-goal games and tying another, the Kalamazoo Kingdom romped over Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC, 5-0, in the final. Brittany Tanner had two goals and Corey Sawall had a goal and an assist.
U-13 Girls: Atlanta Fire
The Atlanta Fire captured its first Super Y-League championship with a 9-0 victory over Rage SC.
U-12 Girls: Long Island Rough Riders
The Rough Riders gained revenge for their 3-1 loss to the Richmond Kickers earlier in the tournament with a 2-0 win in the final.