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Tennessee and Sunrise Elite defend Region III titles
June 28th, 2014 1:35PM

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


[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Tennessee SC's under-16 boys and Florida’s Sunrise Elite under-16 girls won their third consecutive titles at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships in Baton Rouge, La., to advance to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. Georgia led the way with six Region III champions.

North Texas was close behind with five title winners. Florida had two teams claim championships, and Tennessee had one.

The National Championships will be held July 22-27 at Maryland Soccerplex in Germantown, Md.

Region III Champions:
Under-19 Boys Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Under-18 Boys GSA Premier (GA)
Under-17 Boys FC Dallas Youth Premier (TX-N)
Under-16 Boys Sunrise Elite (FL)
#Houstonians FC Red (TX-S)
Under-15 Boys Solar Chelsea Red (TX-N)
Under-14 Boys United FA Elite (GA)
#Inner City Mana (S-TX)
Under-13 Boys GSA Premier (GA)
Under-19 Girls SSA Chelsea Elite (GA)
Under-18 Girls Sting (TX-N)
Under-17 Girls Maitland Florida Krush Black (FL)
Under-16 Girls Tennessee SC (TN)
Under-15 Girls Tophat Gold (GA)
Under-14 Girls Sting Flanagan (TX-N)
Under-13 Girls Dallas Kicks SC (TX-N)
#Advances to national championships as Region IV representative. United FA and Sunrise Elite will represent National League

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