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Three clubs claim two Region I championships
July 2nd, 2014 9:58PM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Beadling, VSA Heat Blue and Baltimore Celtic all claimed two titles at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championships held at the University of Rhode Island. The Region I champions will move on to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 22-27 in Germantown, Md.

Of the 12 returning champions, Girls YMS Premier Xplosion (U-15 girls) captured its third straight title and NEFC Elite (U-14 girls), Beadling SC Wolfpack (U-18 girls) and PDA Harkes (U-19 boys) captured back-to-back regional championships.

Region I Champions:
Girls:
Under-13 South Shore Select Elite (MA)
Under-14 NEFC Elite (MA)
Under-15 YMS Premier Xplosion (E-PA)
#Loudoun Red (VA)
Under-16 Beadling SC Wolfpack (PA-W)
Under-17 VSA Heat Blue (VA)
Under-18 Beadling SC Thunder (PA-W)
Under-19 VSA Head Blue (VA)
Boys:
Under-13 Baltimore Celtic Dynasty 00/01 (MD)
Under-14 Arlington SA Eagles Red (VA)
Under-15 Loudoun SC Red (VA)
#Delaware Rush (DE)
Under-16 Baltimore Celtic (MD)
Under-17 Manhattan SC PSG (NY-E)
Under-18 Lehigh Valley United (E-PA)
Under-19 PDA Harkes (NJ)
# Advances to National Championships as Region I representative.


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