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Ironbound wins fourth title in four years
December 11th, 2013 5:51PM
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[SUPER Y-LEAGUE] New Jersey-based Ironbound SC claimed the club’s fourth championship in the past four seasons as Jason Neves scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory over the Toronto Lynx in the U-17 boys division at the USL Super Y-League North American Finals at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. BW Gottschee (New York) and West Pines United (Florida) both captured two championships at the five-day national finals.

U-16 BOYS.A year after finishing second in the U-15 boys division, Real Maryland Futures beat the Ottawa Fury, 1-0, on Juwan Kearson’s first-half finish.
 
U-15 BOYS.West Pines United (Florida) claimed a 4-2 victory over Southern Soccer Academy (Georgia) in the U-15 boys championship. Stefan Asemota had a pair of goals for West Pines, while Alex Dixon scored what proved to be the game-winner after SSA had rallied back from an early two-goal deficit.

U-14 BOYS. A late goal by Conor McGlynn proved the difference in BW Gottschee's 1-0 win over the Long Island Rough Riders in the under-14 boys championship.

U-13 BOYS. Daniel Zvihad two goals and an assist to lead BW Gottschee back from an early deficit for a 3-1 victory over the Northern Virginia Royals in the under-13 boys championship.
 
U-12 BOYS. Waza FC East won the under-12 boys championship with a 2-0 victory over Cedar Stars Academy (New Jersey).

U-17 GIRLS.Waza FC East (Michigan) claimed the U-17 championship with a four-game sweep, winning, 2-0, over Virginia Alliance in the final. Nora Broderick led Waza with a goal and an assist.

U-16 GIRLS.The Seacoast United Mariners (Maine) won their first national title with a 2-0 win over the Florida Fire Juniors on goals from Elizabeth Laneand Mikayla Mann. The win in the final was revenge for the Fire's victory in group play.

U-15 GIRLS.Mequon (Wisc.) United also claimed it first title with a 3-0 victory in a penalty shootout over Super Nova FC after the two teams had played to a scoreless draw through regulation and overtime.
 
U-14 GIRLS.Internationals Soccer Club (Ohio) took the girls title in the under-14 division with a penalty shootout over Seacoast United Premier (New Hampshire).

U-13 GIRLS. Alliance Academy Black's girls team captured the U-13 championship with a decisive 4-0 win over Internationals Soccer Club.
 
U-12 GIRLS.West Pines also claimed the U-12 championship in girls play with a 1-0 win over another Florida team, FC America, as Lauren Lowe scored the only goal of the game.


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