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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Saturday, July 25, 2009
The Baltimore Casa Mia Bays advanced two teams to the boys finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Their U-19 team will seek its second title when it plays North Atlanta SA in Sunday's McGuire Cup final. The U-15 Bays, the 2009 National League champions, will ... Read the whole story
The Colorado Rush Nike was only one of three defending girls champions to advance to the finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. The Dallas Texans U-17 and U-16 teams both failed to advance out of their groups. Read the whole story
The finals are set for the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. The under-14 and under-15 finals will be held Saturday and the other eight championships will take place Sunday morning. For all the matchups ... Read the whole story
Group play concluded Friday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. Here are all the boys results and goal scorers from Day 3 ... Read the whole story
Group play concluded Friday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. Here are all the girls results and goal scorers from Day 3 ... Read the whole story
U.S. Club Soccer's National Cup VIII Finals kick off Saturday with the first day of boys play at the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex. The National Cup VIII Finals (U-13 through U-17 teams) and National Collegiate Showcase (U-15 through U-17) will be held July 25-28 (boys) and July 31-Aug. 3 (girls). Read the whole story


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"It was pouring down rain, like sideways rain, too." -- Triangle United Gold's McAmos Paye on the weather he woke up to Friday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Triangle survived the bad weather and beat Javanon, 1-0, to move into Sunday's final against CZ Elite in the under-17 boys division. (Raleigh News & Observer) ...More


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