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2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships kick off in Boise

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2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships kick off in Boise, Idaho

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BOISE, Idaho (June 17, 2019) — More than 210 teams, including two defending US Youth Soccer National Champions, kicked off the 2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships Monday at the Simplot Sports Complex in Boise, Idaho.

Teams from all over the western United States took the field with the goal of taking the next step toward claiming the coveted US Youth Soccer National Championship in their respective age group.

The 2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships feature 210 of the top boys and girls teams from the 14 State Associations that make up the US Youth Soccer West Region, with each squad competing for the 2019 regional title. Preliminary games will be held June 17-19, with quarterfinals, semifinals and finals taking place June 21-23.

A few notes from Monday’s games:

13U Boys
In the 13U Boys age group, 3RSC B06 RCL Black (WA) got a big win over Billings United Pink (MT). Bryan Martinez started off the offensive effort for his team in the 8th minute as he sprinted past the defensive line to score. 3RSC B06 RCL Black would add three quick consecutive goals in the 20th, 25th and 27th minutes. Christopher Aquino would start off his hat trick performance in the 20th minute when scoring off a corner kick. After halftime, the 3RSC B06 RCL Black team would continue with their offensive effort with a goal shortly after kick off. Bryan Martinez and Alexander Martinez, would finish the game with two goals and Christopher Aquino with three goals.

14U Girls
On the 14U Girls side, Forza FC 05DN (UT) started off the competition with a, 3-0, shutout win over Pateadores LA G2005 (CA-S). The game was relatively quiet until the later portions of the game where Forza FC found their stride and began to apply pressure on Pateadores. The Forza FC attack would exploit the Pateadores defense with a flurry of goals in the second half. Sadie Beardall started the scoring in the 40th minute and then teammates Morgan OStrowski and Lily Hall each added a goal within the next eight minutes to extend the lead to 3-0. Forza held Pateadores off the scoreboard to seal the 3-0 victory.

15U Girls
04 Boise Thorns Elite (ID) took down 7 Elite Academy (UT), 2-0, to start off its Far West Regional Championship event with a full three points. Boise started the game off quickly, taking the lead in just the sixth minute of play with a goal from Kyndra Lyons. The Boise defense did it’s just to subdue the 7 Elite attack and Avery McBride extended Boise’s lead with a second half finish.

16U Boys
On the 16U Boys side, Hawaii Rush (HI) started off the Far West Regional Championships with a win versus JH United 2003 (WY). Hawaii Rush got off to a quick start with a shot on goal in the first minute and then tallied a goal in just the sixth minute with a finish from Connor Kong. After a scramble in the box in the 12th minute, Hawaii Rush was unable to put the ball into the back of the net to equalize. JH United leveled the score inthe 46th minute thanks to Charles Hoelscher and go into halftime with a lead. Hawaii Rush got the game winner in the secound half thanks to a Landon Chang goal and pick up three important points heading into Day 2.

17U Boys
Westside Timbers 02B Copa Red NLNC (OR) held on for a 1-0 win over La Roca Premier 02 (UT) in the 17U Boys age group. A large portion of the first half consisted of a struggle between the two teams vying for a position to create the first goal. Julien Buist-Thuillier of Westside Timbers would be the lone goal scorer of the match with a finish late in the first half. There would be multiple chances in the second half of the game but neither team would be able to finish the attack opportunities created thanks to stout defenses on both sides.

18U Girls
Hawaii Rush earned a, 3-0, shutout victory over SMUFC 01 (CA-S) to kick-off its event. Hawaii’s defense stymied the SMUFC attack throughout the game, but its own offense kick started the game with two early first half goals. Bree Fuller notched her first goal in just the sixth minute before adding a second in the 14th minute to give Hawaii a 2-0 lead heading into halftime. Midway through the second half, Fuller completed her hattrick finding the back of the net yet again. Hawaii held onto the 3-0 lead through the final whistle to earn a full three points from its first game.

19U Girls
SoCal Academy Chavez (CA-S) claimed a big victory against Washington Rush (WA) on the first day of preliminary play. The first half was dominated by the performance from SoCal’s Makenna Dominguez. Dominguez would score two quick back-to-back goals in the 13th minute and 14th minute of the game to start SoCal with a 2-0 lead. Washington Rush had an opportunity to strike in the 29th minute but was met with a save by the SoCal goalkeeper. SoCal Academy Chavez team would eventually add four more goals in the to finish the game from Summer Garrison, Madison Reeves, Sage Robledo and Caitlin Fong.

Regional winners of the 13U through 19U age groups earn a berth to the 2019 US Youth Soccer National Championships, which will be played July 22-28 at the Overland Park Soccer Complex in Overland Park, Kan.

The US Youth Soccer National Championships will consist of US Youth Soccer Regional Champions in the 13U through 19U Boys and Girls age groups, as well as the US Youth Soccer National League qualifiers in the 14U through 19U Boys and Girls age groups to complete the field of teams.

Daily reports and complete results from the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships are available on championships.usyouthsoccer.org/West.

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About the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series
The US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides more than 10,000 teams from US Youth Soccer’s 55 State Associations the opportunity to showcase their abilities against the best in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play. The yearlong competition begins with over 185,000 players in the US Youth Soccer State Championships. These champions and selected wildcard teams, through US Youth Soccer National League Conferences, advance to compete in one of four US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. Champions 13U-19U from each regional event advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships. The 14U through 19U Boys and Girls age groups have four teams representing the US Youth Soccer National League. Overall, the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides the nation’s top collegiate coaches with the premier stage to identify and scout the most coveted players in the country. For more information, visit http://www.idevmail.net/link.aspx?l=13&d=26&mid=3689921&m=11064

About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sport organization in the country, is on a mission to make soccer the preeminent youth sport in the country. US Youth Soccer registers 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19. Through its programming, resources and leadership, US Youth Soccer is advancing the game for its 55 Member State Associations, 10,000 clubs and leagues and nearly 1 million administrators, coaches and volunteers. US Youth Soccer connects families and communities to the power of sports and its shared love of soccer. US Youth Soccer provides a path for every player, offering programs that provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit http://www.USYouthSoccer.org.

Finals matchups set at the 2019 US Youth Soccer Eastern Presidents Cup

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Finals matches set at 2018 US Youth Soccer South Presidents Cup

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Greenville, S.C. (June 16, 2018) – Finals match-ups are set at the 2018 US Youth Soccer South Presidents Cup in Greenville, S.C. The five-day event, which takes place June 13-17, kicked off Wednesday with 13U through 18U Boys and Girls teams starting the action at the MeSA Soccer Complex.

Regional champions in all age groups will be crowned on Sunday, June 17. The event features more than 130 US Youth Soccer boys and girls teams competing for a regional title and a chance to advance to the 2018 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, July 11-15 in Westfield, Ind

South Carolina Youth Soccer Association is hosting the event, and the 11 other State Associations represented include Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Texas, Oklahoma, South Texas and Tennessee.

The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup offers teams the challenge of experiencing different types of play by competing from state to regional to national levels. The Presidents Cup provides teams with a progressive, competitive experience that highlights competition, camaraderie and community.

Semifinals and Group Stage Recaps:

13-Under Girls
OK Energy Central Green (OK) and Sting Dallas 05 Roach will meet in the finals after OK Energy earned a 3-1 win against Austin Texans 05 (TX-S), while Sting won 2-0 against Cainhoy Hurricanes (SC) in the semifinals.

13-Under Boys
FC Dallas RGV Red (TX-S) won big in the semifinals in order to clinch a spot in the finals, where they will play Georgia Express 05 Genoa (GA) after the Georgia side won 5-3 against Warner ASG Copa (FL).

14-Under Girls
04 CVYSA Blast Blue (NC) twice came back from one goal down against FC Dallas WTX (TX-N) and would ultimately win in kicks from the mark to advance to the finals. CVYSA will play another North Carolina team as a result of 04 WCWAA Black (NC) winning its semifinals against Lee County Strikers (FL) 3-2 in extra time.

14-Under Boys
South Orlando Soccer Club (FL) edged out Maya Halcones (TX-S) in the semifinals and will play CFA Dalton 04 Elite (GA), which narrowly defeated OEFC Central 04 Green (OK) 2-1 in the other semifinals match.

15-Under Girls
03 BSC Cardinal (NC) and Sparta FC (TX-N) both used three-goal victories in the semifinals to advance to the finals. The match will be a rematch from the final day of group play, which was won by Sparta FC.

15-Under Boys
Metro Jackson United (MS) is headed to the finals after 2-1 win against ID Real Juve (TX-S) in the semifinals. 03 CVYSA Blast Blue (NC) will join United in the finals after a 2-1 win against CFA Pachuca United 03 (SC).

16-Under Girls
Lakewood Rush 02/03 (AR) defeated Florida Celtic SC (FL) 2-1 in the semifinals to set up a finals match against Mutiny FC 02 White (TX-N), which used two early goals to defeat Alliance SC 02 Elite (GA) 2-0 in the other semifinals match.

16-Under Boys
Music City FC Premier (TN) won a 3-2 nail-biter against Dallas Texans 02 Fort Worth Red (TX-N) to punch a ticket into the finals. Music City will play defending regional champions FC Dallas RGV 02 Red (TX-S) in the finals after the South Texas side won 5-3 against 02 NCFC Gold North (NC).

17-Under Girls
Both Q Factor 01 (TX-N) and NUSA Maroon (TN) used 3-0 wins against CRFC Sky 01 (SC) and 01 TUSA Wake Blue (NC) respectively to advance to the finals.

17-Under Boys
Brownsville Galaxy (TX-S) used a late goal in the second period of extra time to win 1-0 against OU United (TX-N). Galaxy will play CSA 01 Lobos Rush Elite (TN), which used a late goal of its own to outlast 01 WHYFC Blue (NC) 2-1 in the other semifinals match.

18-Under Girls
00 CUFC Gold (NC) earned a 1-0 win against South Belt Select 00 (TX-S) to secure a spot in the finals, where they will play Real Arkansas 00 Gold (AR).

18-Under Boys
Sporting Arkansas 00 Premier (AR) claimed a 2-1 win to advance over 00 NCFC Gold South (NC) to advance to the finals. Tampa Bay Dynamo Red (FL) defeated ISC 00 Elite (TN) by the same score to join Sporting Arkansas in the finals.

For complete event results for the South Presidents Cup, click here. For more information on all US Youth Soccer Regional and National Presidents Cup events, visit the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup Homepage at http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/presidents-cup.

Note: The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is a separate series of events from the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.

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About the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup – The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is designed for those teams seeking additional challenges to play against teams of similar abilities for a national title. The cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to teams that might not otherwise get the opportunity to participate in a series of unique experiences highlighting competition, camaraderie and community from the state to regional to national levels of US Youth Soccer.

About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer – “The Game for ALL Kids!®” is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member State Associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit http://www.USYouthSoccer.org.

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