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August 3rd, 2012 2:41PM
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[NATIONAL CUP XI]Two teams from Florida, Illinois and New Jersey were among the winners U.S. Club Soccer's National Cup XI Finals. California led all states with four finalists ahead of surprise Mississippi and Washington with three each. National Cup XI crowned U-13 through U-17 champions in two competitive divisions.
 
GIRLS FINALS:
U-13 Super Group:
Jacksonville FC Elite (Fla.) 3, South Bay Force  (Calif.) 1
 
U-13 Premier Group:
Sockers FC White (Ill.) 2, Mississippi FC Fire (Miss.) 0
 
U-14 Super Group:
Tampa Bay United SC Premier (Fla.) 1, West Coast SC Wild (Calif.) 0
 
U-14 Premier Group:
Chicago Fire Juniors of MS Premier (Miss.) 1, Crossfire Premier James (Wash.) 0 [Penalties]
 
U-15 Super Group:
FCX North Black (Ill.) 2, FC Portland Navy (Ore.) 1
 
U-15 Premier Group:
Twin County SA Real Magic (N.J.) 2, Spokane SC Shadow (Wash.) 1
 
U-16 Super Group:
Internationals SC Red (Ohio) 2, West Coast SC Kryptonite (Calif.) 0
 
U-16 Premier Group:
California Odyssey SC Red (Calif.) 3, MPS Lady Knights (Mass.) 0
 
U-17 Super Group:
FC Copa Real (N.J.) 1, Chicago Fire Juniors of MS Premier (Miss.) 0
 
U-17 Premier Group:
Vancouver United Timbers (Wash.) 5, EC Aris FC (Wis.) 1

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