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Fullerton Rangers lead Cal South charge
June 25th, 2012 6:48PM
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[ROAD TO ROCK HILL] Defending national champion Fullerton Rangers White repeated as the under-15 champions at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV championships. Cal South teams won six of the eight boys divisions at the finals held in Phoenix.

The Rangers, winners of back-to-back Dallas Cup and Region IV championships, allowed only one goal in six games to win the U-15 title. Robert Coronado’s first-time strike from 22 yards out in the 35th minute was enough for a 1-0 win over Washington Premier FC Black in the final.

Arsenal FC will shoot for the club’s fifth national championship after  it avenged a loss to West Coast FC in the State Cup final with a 2-1 win in the regional final on goals by Brayan Vargas and Carlos Chagolla.

West Coast FC will make its third trip to the National Championships as the U-19 Region IV representative after it defeated Sereno White, 2-0, in the final.

Boys Champions:
Under-12 (CA-S) Pateadores LA (Rancho Santa Margarita)
Under-13 (CA-S) United FC Gold (San Juan Capistrano)
Under-14 (CA-S) Santa Barbara SC White (Santa Barbara)
Under-15 (CA-S) Fullerton Rangers White (Fullerton)
Under-16 (CA-S) Arsenal FC Lucey (Temecula)
Under-17 (AZ) Sereno White (Phoenix)
Under-18 (NV) Players SC (Las Vegas)
Under-19 (CA-S) West Coast FC (Laguna Hills)



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