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Cal South teams clean up at Region IV finals
June 23rd, 2014 6:16PM

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TAGS:  u.s. youth soccer, youth boys, youth girls

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Teams from Cal South won 11 out of the 16 titles at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in New Mexico. The winners in the under-13 through under-19 age groups have earned berths in the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 22-27 at Maryland Soccerplex in Germantown, Md.

2014 Region IV Champions:
Girls   
Under-12 So Cal Blues Baker (CA-S)
Under-13* Surf Academy (CA-S)
Under-14* Legends FC 99 (CA-S)
#La Roca Premier PO (UT)
Under-15*  Pride Predators 99 (CO)
#Legends FC Sanchez (CA-S)
Under-16* Beach FC 97 Academy (CA-S)
Under-17* Legends FC 96 (CA-S)
Under-18* Players SC 96 Elite (NV)
Under-19* Legends FC (CA-S)
 
Boys
Under-12 FC Golden State PDA 02 (CA-S)
Under-13* FC Golden State PDA 01 (CA-S)
Under-14* Real Colorado National 99/00 (CO)
Under-15* Pateadores San Diego (CA-S)
Under-16* Santa Barbara SC (CA-S)
Under-17* LVSA 97 Red (NV)
Under-18* Santa Barbara SC White (CA-S)
Under-19* Alum Rock PAC Tigres (CA-N)
*Advance to US Youth Soccer National Championships
#Advances to National Championships as Region IV representative


1 comment
  1. R2 Dad
    commented on: June 29, 2014 at 3:33 p.m.
    Can someone please explain what is going on with Cal-N and in particular U19 PAC Tigres? Cal-N essentially flails at every other level of play but then wins BU19 (presumably the most difficult level at which to advance)? More power to them since they are not considered one of the "top clubs" in the region but obviously are doing something right to advance. This is an all-Hispanic team, as I understand it. Curious minds want to know. Are these kids bypassed by the college system and/or academy system, playing in Mexico...what's the scoop?


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