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Illinois girls excel at National Cup
August 5th, 2009 8AM
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Illinois was the only state to claim multiple winners at U.S. Club Soccer's 2009 National Cup VIII Finals at the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex in Virginia Beach, Va.

The Chicago Magic and FCX Black won the U-15 Super Group and U-14 Premier, respectively. A third Illinois, team, the Chicago Fire Juniors Red, lost in a shootout to Crossfire Premier of Washington in the U-15 Super Group.

PDA Tsunami avenged its shootout loss in the U-15 Super Group final by capturing the Super Group national championship this year with a 2-1 victory over fellow New Jersey squad Hibernian Express.

National Cup VIII Finals
U-13 Girls Super Group:
Arsenal FC (Calif.) 2, Central Marin FC Blue (Calif.) 0

U-14 Girls Super Group:
Crossfire Premier (Wash.) 0, Chicago Fire Juniors Red 11 (Ill.) 0*
(Crossfire Premier wins on penalties.)

U-14 Girls Premier
FCX Black (Ill.) 2, Westsound (Wash.) 1

U-15 Girls Super Group
Chicago Magic (Ill.) 2, Freestate SA Fury (Md.) 1 [OT]

U-15 Girls Premier
Eastern FC Cheetahs (Conn.) 2, California Odyssey Red (Calif.) 0

U-16 Girls Super Group
PDA Tsunami (N.J.) 2, Hibernian Express (N.J.) 1

U-16 Girls Premier
First Coast SA KYX Blue (Fla.) 1, Soccer Plus Academy Lady Spartans (N.Y.) 0

U-17 Girls Super Group
FC Delco (Pa.) 4, California Odyssey Red (Calif.) 0

U-17 Girls Premier
Quickstrike FC (N.Y.) 2, STN Dominators (Pa.) 2*
(Quickstrike FC wins on penalties.)

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