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West Coast and Slammers take two in Cal South
May 22nd, 2009 9:15PM
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Cal South, which has produced 17 U.S. Youth Soccer national champions over the last five years, recently concluded in State Cup competition for the U-14 to U-18 age groups in which West Coast FC and Slammers FC won two boys and girls titles, respectively.

West Coast's U-16 boys reached as So Cal age group champions, while the U-15s defeated the ISC Strikers to their third meeting in three years. WCFC's U-13s also won the State Cup.

The Slammers add two more state championships, taking their total to 26. The U-18 and U-16 girls both beat the rival Eagles, 1-0.

RESULTS:
U14 Boys West Coast FC 2 ISC Strikers 0
U15 Boys Aztecs FC 2 Premier Arsenal FC 0
U16 Boys West Coast FC 4 South Bay Force Blue 0
U17 Boys United FC Black 1 FC San Diego Gold 0 (OT)
U18 Boys Atlante S.D. 4 Brasil FC 1

U14 Girls The X-Treme Breakaway 1 So Cal Blues 0
U15 Girls CZ Elite Soccer 3 *SD Surf White 1
U16 Girls Slammers FC 2 Eagles 1
U17 Girls Real So Cal Blue 1 So Cal Blues 0
U18 Girls Slammers FC 1 Eagles 0
*USYS National League champion.



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