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Two PDA teams take titles at NPL Finals
July 16th, 2014 10:46PM

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[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] PDA of the Northeast Pre-Academy League was the only club to win multiple championships at the 2014 NPL Finals played at Bryan Park Soccer Complex in Greensboro, N.C.

The U-17 girls and U-13 boys from the New Jersey won titles. Last year, PDA's U-13 and U-15 boys won national titles.

The finals drew 125 teams in 12 age groups -- U-13 through U-18 boys and girls age groups -- representing all 17 member leagues.
 
BOYS:
U-13: PDA (N.J.) 7, Raiders FC Premier (Ill.) 1
U-14: Real Colorado Athletico (Colo.) 3, Chicago Magic PSG (Ill.) 1
U-15: BW Gottschee Celtic (N.Y.) 2, Sockers FC (Ill.) 1
(BW Gottschee won 5-3 on penalty kicks)
U-16: Connecticut FC United Azul (Conn.) 2, TSF Academy (N.J.) 1
U-17: Placer United Gold (Calif.) 2, Elite SC Premier Black (Ill.) 0
U-18: Manhattan Paris St. Germain (N.Y.) 3, Cajun SC Fury (La.) 0
 
GIRLS:
U-13: FC Salmon Creek Nemesis White (Wash.) 2, NEFC Elite (Mass.) 1
U-14: NEFC Elite (Mass.) 2, ISC Gunners (Wash.) 1
U-15: Tualatin Hills United SC Onyx (Ore.) 3, Carlsbad Elite Zambetti (Calif.) 0
U-16: NJ Stallions Dynamite (N.J.) 1, Rio Rapids Fury (N.M.) 0
U-17: PDA (N.J.) 1, New York Rush Patriots (N.Y.) 0
U-18: Match Fit Academy NPL (N.J.) 2, Oakwood (Conn.) 0


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