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Five Virginia teams win Showcase titles
January 3rd, 2014 7:10PM
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[DISNEY'S SOCCER SHOWCASE] Five teams from Virginia won titles in the Showcase divisions at the Disney’s Soccer Showcase presented by AS Roma, which wrapped up Friday at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Two Eclispse Select teams won girls titles with sweeps of their four games.

Disney's Soccer Showcase: Boys Scoreboard
Disney's Soccer Showcase: Girls Scoreboard

Each age group included three divisions -- Showcase, Premier, and Championship. The boys Showcase also featured three divisions for Academy teams.

Boys Showcase Champions
Cincinnati United Cup Gold(OH, U18/19) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 9-1.
Olney Boys & Girls Club Rangers (MD, U18/19) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 12-2.
NC Fusion (NC, U18/19) went 2-0-2, outscored opponents 6-2.
Arlington Strikers(VA, U17) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 8-3.
Greater Boca United(FL, U17) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 12-4.
FC Dallas(TX, U17) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 12-2.
Sunrise Elite (FL, U16) went 4-0, outscored opponents 12-2.
Tampa Bay Rangers (FL, U16) went 4-0, outscored opponents 9-2.
Baltimore Celtic (MD, U16) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 10-3.
Pateadores San Diego (CA, U15) went 4-0, outscored opponents 10-1.
Concorde Fire Elite(GA, U15) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 12-4.

Girls Showcase Champions
Richmond Kickers(VA, U18/19) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 15-3.
PWSI Courage
(VA, U18/19) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 9-4.
Eclipse Select Elite(IL, U18/19) went 4-0, outscored opponents 19-1.
Virginia Heat(VA, U17) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 7-3
JFA Academy Fukushima
(Japan, U17) went 2-0-2 outscored opponents 12-6.
Eclipse Select Elite(IL, U17) went 4-0, outscored opponents 10-0.
NJ Stallions Dynamite(NJ, U16) went 4-0, outscored opponents 8-1.
Beach FC (VA, U16) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 14-1.
FC United Select (IL, U16) went 3-0-1, outscored opponents 9-2
Jacksonville FC (FL, U15) went 4-0, outscored opponents 12-4.
TopHat Gold (GA, U15) went 2-1-1, outscored opponents 8-2


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