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Legends SC repeats as National League girls champion
March 18th, 2013 5:01PM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Legends FC's U-18 girls were the only team to defend their National League division championship this season and just the third team to ever win multiple National League girls titles.  It was also the club's fifth girls title, tying the Dallas Texans for most girls championships.  GSA Phoenix's U-16 boys won the Red divisional title to tie the Texans for the most boys titles.
 
-- Two girls club -- Legends FC and Match Fit Academy -- and three boys clubs -- Concorde Fire Elite, GSA Phoenix and West Coast FC -- qualified multiple teams for the 2013 National Championships through league play this season.
 
-- Two teams -- Team Chicago Academy Botafogo's U-18 girls and Sunrise Elite's U-15 boys -- completed the 2012-2013 National League season with perfect 7-0 records.

-- OBGC Rangers' under-17 boys matched their league-best total with 22 goals each of the last two years.
 
-- Legends' under-16 girls conceded just one goal all season, tying them with three other girls teams for the fewest goals allowed all-time.



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