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Arsenal FC and Real So Cal excel in CSL Premier
October 3rd, 2008 1:12PM
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Arsenal FC has three teams -- U-19 and U-16 boys and under-16 girls -- in first place in the Coast Soccer League Premier League, Southern California's top youth league. Real So Cal White is tied for the U-19 boys lead with Arsenal and leads the under-17 boys division. Other leaders with a month to go in the season: Wolfpack Blue (U-19 girls) and Slammers FC (under-17 girls). For all the CSL Premier standings ...

Under-19 Boys
(5/11 games)
Arsenal FC 13
Real So Cal White 13
Chelsea SC Blue 10
Del Mar Sharks 10
Pateadores Blue 9
FC Barcelona 8
PVSC Exiles 7
South Coast Bayern 6
NVSC Fusion 4   
Oxnard PAL FC 3
LAFC 1
Pateadores White 1

Notable: Arsenal features former Nomads star Cheezi Meltz and Creighton-bound Dion Acuff; Real So Cal is led by former U-17 resident Evan Raynr.

Under-17 Boys (6/11 games)
Real So Cal White 16
ISC Strikers Black 13
CZ Elite Soccer  13
Slammers FC 11
Arsenal FC White 9
United FC Black 9
LAFC 8
South Bay Force Black 7
West Coast FC 6
Arsenal FC 5
Los Angeles Rampage Blue 3
Paris Saint-Germain  2

Notable: Real So Cal's only blemish is a 2-2 tie with CZ Elite Soccer.

Under-16 Boys (6/11 games)
Arsenal FC 16
South Bay Force Blue 11
Canyon PSA 11
Pateadores Blue  11
West Coast FC 11
Real So Cal White 9
Los Angeles Rampage Blue 9
ISC Strikers  8
South Bay Force Black 6
Legends FC 4
Galaxy 3
CZ Elite Soccer 1

Notable: Arsenal was second in the 2008 Region IV under-15 finals.


Under-19 Girls (7/11 games)
Wolfpack Blue 13
So Cal Blues 10
Laguna Niguel SC  9
Eagles    9
Slammers FC 7
Orange County Premier Org. 7
Real So Cal White 7
Real So Cal Blue 7
West Coast FC  5
PVSC Exiles Black 4
ISC Strikers 3
Arsenal FC 3

Notable: Arsenal was second in the 2008 Region IV under-15 finals.

Under-17 Girls (7/11 games)
Slammers FC 15
Legends FC 12
ISC Strikers   12
Real So Cal Blue 12
Eclipse White 11
Valley United 11
So Cal Blues 10
Slammers North 9
Eclipse Black 9
Real So Cal White 7
Claremont Stars 4
Tustin United Red 4

Notable: The Slammers have lost to last-place Tustin United and Real So Cal Blue.

Under-16 Girls (7/11 games)
Arsenal FC 21
Eagles  15
So Cal Blues 13
Real So Cal White  12
West Coast FC 12
Slammers FC 8
Wolfpack   7
SCU Blazers  6
Cypress Elite    6
ISC Strikers  5
LAFC 3
LAFC Black 0

Notable: Arsenal is the only Premier team with a perfect record.




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