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National League boys champs crowned
March 16th, 2014 10:05PM

TAGS:  u.s. youth soccer, youth boys


[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Three teams from Cal South and two each from Eastern New York and Ohio South were among the boys divisional champions in the 2013-14 U.S. Youth Soccer National League that wrapped up Sunday at Heritage Park in Henderson, Nev.

Berths to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships and guaranteed spots in the league next year were decided. Seven titles were not decided until the final day of play.

National League action continues in Nevada Friday as the 48 girls teams kick off their final weekend of league play at the Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex in Las Vegas.

Blue Champion: Raiders FC (IL)
Blue Runner-up: CSA Lobos Rush Premier (TN)
Red Champion: United FA Elite (GA)
Red Runner-up: Scorpions SC - Boston (MA)

Blue Champion: Loudoun Red (VA)
Blue Runner-up: United FC Gold (CA-S)
Red Champion: Albion SC (CA-S)
Red Runner-up: Lobos Rush Premier (TN)

Blue Champion: OP Eagles Dublin G1 (OH-S)
Blue Runner-up: Sunrise Elite (FL)
Red Champion: Dix Hills Elite (E-NY)
Red Runner-up: FC Golden State Platinum (CA-S)

Blue Champion: FC Golden State White (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S)
Red Champion: Smithtown Arsenal (E-NY)
Red Runner-up: CUP Gold (OH-S)

Blue Champion: West Coast FC (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: Scottsdale Blackhawks Burke (AZ)
Red Champion: CUP Gold (OH-S)
Red Runner-up: Santa Clara Sporting (CA-N)

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