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Cal South teams clean up Sunday at National Championships
July 27th, 2014 9:30PM
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TAGS:  u.s. youth soccer, youth boys, youth girls


[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Cal South teams won five of the 10 titles decided on Sunday as the 2014 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships wrapped up at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown, Md. Beach FC (under-16 and under-18 girls) was the lone club to claim two championships, while DMCV Sharks Elite (under-17 girls) was the only defending champion to successfully defend its crown in 2014.

National Championships: Saturday

Beach FC Ingrassia beat defending champion Cleveland United White, 2-0, with a pair of goals by Ashley Gonzales. Beach FC Academy won in a shootout over Tampa Bay United. DMCV earned back-to-back national titles after defeating VSA Heat Blue, 1-0, on Gianna Montini's header in the second half.

NEFC Elite won the U-14 girls championship, after defeating another Cal South team, 2013 champ Legend, 2-0, with overtime goals by Taylor Sherman and Marykate McGuire, her seventh overall goal.

2014: National Championships:
Under-18 Boys                        
Santa Barbara FC White 3 Lehigh Valley United 0
Santa Barbara: Geoffrey Acheampong (14), Miguel Padron (50), Abu Danladi (51)

Under-17 Boys                        
Manhattan SC PSG 1 FC Dallas Youth Premier 0   
Manhattan SC: Sean Fitzgerald (84)

Under-16 Boys                        
Baltimore Celtic 1 OP Eagles Green 1
(Baltimore Celtic wins on penalty kicks.)
Baltimore: Aquinas Akinlosotu (39); OP Eagles: Emmanuel Dapaa (44)

Under-15 Boys
Pateadores San Diego 5 United FC Gold 1
Pateadores: Angel De Leon (12), Edgar Mejia Nunez (24, 77), Christopher DePetro (34); United FC: Juan Sebastian Olivares (57)

Under-14 Boys  
United FA Elite 4 Real Colorado National 0
United FA: Andrew Carleton (33, 60), Carlos Reyes (37), William Crain (51)
Under 18 Girls                        
Beach FC Ingrassia 2 Cleveland United White 0   
Beach FC: Ashley Gonzales (72, 89)

Under-17 Girls                        
DMCV Sharks Elite 1 VSA Heat Blue 0   
DMCV Sharks: Gianna Montihi (75)

Under-16 Girls
Beach FC Academy 0 Tampa Bay United Premier 0
(Beach FC Academy wins on penalty kicks.)

Under-15 Girls    
Jacksonville FC Elite 1 YMS Premier Xplosion 0
Jacksonville: Sophia Thompson (64)         
Under-14 Girls                        
NEFC Elite MA 2 Legends FC 0
NEFC: Taylor Sherman (71), Marykate McGuire (82)

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