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Scorpions and CUP Gold sweep four in Wilson
November 27th, 2013 11:53PM
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[NATIONAL LEAGUE] Just two teams -- U-14 Scorpions SC Boston and U-17 CUP Gold (Ohio) -- made it through four days of play in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League in Wilson, N.C., with wins in each of their four games.

After winning its first three contests, defending national champion Smithtown (N.Y.) Arsenal tied on Sunday to drop its first points in the U-17 age group. The other defending national champion in the field, U-18 West Coast FC, also finished with a draw, a 2-2 tie with OBGC Rangers.

Nearly half the field meets again Dec. 27-29 in Orlando, Fla.

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Top three:
U18 Blue
10 SC Waukesha Blue
8 West Coast FC
8 Scottsdale Blackhawks
U18 Red
10 CUP Gold
7 Waza FC East
6 Santa Clara Sporting

U17 Blue
10 FC Golden State White
7 Manhattan SC PSG
7  Fullerton Rangers White
U17 Red
12 CUP Gold
10 Smithtown Arsenal
6 Alliance Acad. Black

U16 Blue
9 OP Eagles Dublin
9 Sereno White
8 Alliance Acad. Black
U16 Red
10 Dix Hills Elite
9 FC Golden State Platinum
7 FC Dallas Premier

U15 Blue
8 Loudoun Red
8 United FC Gold
7 Solar Chelsea Red
U15 Red
10 Ohio Galaxies FC Elite
9 Lobos Rush Premier
9 Scottsdale Blackhawks Davidson

U14 Blue
10Raiders FC
8 CSA Lobos Rush Premier
7 Penn Fusion
U14 Red
12Scorpions SC Boston
9 United FA Elite
6 South Carolina United FC Elite


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