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Champions Named in U15-U18/19 Boys Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup

February 25, 2014 09:53 PM


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TUKWILA, Wash. (Feb. 25, 2014) – Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup champions were determined this weekend in the Under-15 through Under-18/19 Boys age groups at Starfire Sports in Tukwila.  Teams in the Under-15 through Under-17 age groups were competing for not only the Challenge Cup title, but advancement to the US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup. 

2014 Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup Champions

Under-15 Boys: Div. 1: Tacoma United Chelsea
Under-15 Boys: Div. 2: Crossfire Select 98 Mana'o
Under-16 Boys: FWFC 97 Blue
Under-17 Boys: Crossfire Select 96 Gonzalez
Under-18/19 Boys: BIFC 95

The Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup is part of the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, a competition 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. 

Winners of the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls Challenge Cup will advance to the Region IV Presidents Cup in Morgan Hill, Calif., June 10-15.  The four regional Presidents Cup champions will move on to play for the Presidents Cup national title in Greenville, S.C., July 10-13.

In 2013, Under-17 Girls Eastside FC White became the fifth Washington team to win a regional Presidents Cup crown, but came up just short in the Presidents Cup national title game. No team from Washington has lifted the national Presidents Cup trophy in the six years of the competition.

US Youth Soccer Region IV (West) Presidents Cup
Morgan Hill, Calif. | June 10-15, 2014
Morgan Hill Sports Complex

US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup
Greenville, S.C. | July 10-13, 2014
MESA Soccer Complex

Today's semifinal results and tomorrow's championship schedules are below.  For the full Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup results, click here.

2014 Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup Finals Results | Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014

Under-15 Boys: Div. 1      
Blackhills FC 98 Black 2 Tacoma United Chelsea 4
Goal Scorers:      
BFC - Bekele Dowty (13:00), Thomas Johnson (27:00)  
TUC - Nikolas Mejia (24:00) (54:00) (56:00), Brayan Flores (59:00)  
Under-15 Boys: Div. 2      
Pacific FC 98 White 1 Crossfire Select 98 Mana'o 2
Goal Scorers:      
PFC - Chanse Gilbert (80:00)      
CS - Noah Hsue (15:00), Andres Obeirne (29:00)    
Under-16 Boys      
FWFC 97 Blue 3 (OT) WPFC 97 White 2
Goal Scorers:      
FWFC - Corey Brinkman, Blair Hoefel, Lukas McIntosh  
WPFC - Will Hardy, Dillon Johnson    
Under-17 Boys      
Crossfire Select 96 Gonzalez 1 (3-1 PK's) WPFC 96 White 0
Under-18/19 Boys      
BIFC 95 5 Crossfire Premier 95 Besagno 3
Goal Scorers:      
BIFC - Jack Cole, William Economy (2), Keats Hoonan, Maxwell Meier  
CP - Andrea Loi (2), Johan Muliadi