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Sereno sweeps U-19 and U-17 boys titles
February 21st, 2012 9:57PM

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[PRESIDENT'S DAY TOURNAMENT] Arizona's Sereno White swept the under-19 and under-17 boys titles at the Presidents’ Day Tournament hosted by SC del Sol in Phoenix. For all the boys and girls champions ...

Sereno White registered a 4-1 win over the Utah Rangers in the U-19 final and 1-0 victory over the Omaha FC in the U-17 championship.

(Click here for all tournament results.)

Boys Champions
U12 – FC Blazers (MA)
U13 – Banat Gold (AZ)
U14 – Rush Select (CO)
U15 – Milan FC Rossoneri (CA)
U16 – Heat FC (NV)
U17 – Sereno White (AZ)
U19 – Sereno White (AZ)
 
Girls Champions
U12 – Real Colorado (CO)
U13 – Scottsdale Blackhawks (AZ)
U14 – Oklahoma FC (OK)
U15 – NSA Premier Jaguars (IL)
U16 – Santa Rosa United Shock (CA)
U17 – Sparta United Premier (UT)
U19 – SC del Sol Armstrong (AZ)



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  1. Ernest Irelan
    commented on: February 22, 2012 at 9:30 a.m.
    u-19 Sereno white has a good team, however, I believe it noteworthy to mention that in the semi final game vs NFC BLUE, the score was 0-0 in reg. time, thus, they went kicks from the mark, an won it 5-4, thus, the score of 1-0. It was also the second game in 5 hours for the Blue boys. I am told that the Blue boys actually had more control in the game an nearly scored early but for the shot prevented by the nasty post...thus, on another day, all things being equal, the outcome well may have been different....FYI...I am told the Sereno boys played well, played a clean game, were a class act....my congrats to them an to the Blue boys from NFC...

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