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National Championships qualifiers
March 18th, 2013 5:02PM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] The top two teams in each division qualified for the 2013 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships from the 2012-13 National League, which concluded this weekend. The 32 teams in the under-15 to under-18 boys and girls age groups will be joined by the regional champions at the National Championships July 22-28 in Overland Park, Kan.
 
National League teams won seven of eight titles at the 2012 National Championships.
 
National Championship Qualifiers
Boys Under-15
Blue Champion: Sunrise Elite (FL)
Blue Runner-up: Dix Hills Elite (E-NY)
Red Champion: Bethesda Lions (MD)
Red Runner-up: GSA Phoenix Red (GA)
 
BoysUnder-16
Blue Champion: CCV Stars Black (AZ)
Blue Runner-up: Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Red Champion: GSA Phoenix Red (GA)
Red Runner-up: Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S)
 
BoysUnder-17
Blue Champion: CUP Crew Jrs Gold (OH-S)
Blue Runner-up: West Coast FC (CA-S)
Red Champion: OBGC Rangers (MD)
Red Runner-up: Lehigh Valley United (E-PA)
 
BoysUnder-18
Blue Champion: Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Blue Runner-up: Galaxy SC Blue (IL)
Red Champion: Raiders FC Premier (IL)
Red Runner-up: West Coast FC (CA-S)

GirlsUnder-15
Blue Champion: MSC Coyotes Green (MD)
Blue Runner-up: Tampa Bay United Premier (FL)
Red Champion: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)
Red Runner-up: Eclipse Elite USYSA Black 97-98 (IL)
 
GirlsUnder-16
Blue Champion: DMCV Sharks Elite (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: Kings Hammer Acad. (OH-S)
Red Champion: Match Fit Chelsea Colchesters (NJ)
Red Runner-up: Legends FC (CA-S)
 
GirlsUnder-17
Blue Champion: Cleveland United White (OH-N)
Blue Runner-up: Match Fit Chelsea Beat (NJ)
Red Champion: BRYC Elite (VA)
Red Runner-up: PDA Ginga (NJ)
 
GirlsUnder-18
Blue Champion: Legends FC (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: Lou Fusz Wipke (MO)
Red Champion: Team Chicago Acad. Botafogo (IL)
Red Runner-up: VSA Heat Blue (VA)



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