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Championship Matchups Set in U15-U18 Boys Washington Youth Soccer State Championships

February 22, 2014 11:25 PM


Championship games Sunday at Starfire Sports

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TUKWILA, Wash. (Feb. 22, 2014) – The championship pairings are set in the Under-15 through Under-18 Boys Virginia Mason Washington Youth Soccer State Championships after semifinal games were played today at Starfire Sports in Tukwila.  Championship matches will be played Sunday, Feb. 23 at Starfire beginning at 10:00 am.  Teams in the Under-12 through Under-19 age groups are playing for the state title and the opportunity to compete at the US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships this summer.  The Under-12 through Under-14 Boys and Under-12 through Under-18 Girls State Championships are played in the spring.

The Washington Youth Soccer State Championships are part of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, the oldest and most prestigious youth soccer national championship competition in the country.  State champions advance to the US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships June 16-22 in Albuquerque, N.M., and winners of the four Regional Championships advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships to be held in Germantown, Md. July 21-27.  The four regional champions will join the top four finishers from the US Youth Soccer National League to play for the national crown.

In 2013, Under-14 Girls Eastside FC 98 Red claimed Washington’s first National Championship since 1999.  Washington teams have won five national titles, the first of which came in 1983.

Under-17 Boys PacNW 96 Maroon is on a late season surge and will play for the state title after finishing near-bottom in the top two league competitions.  PacNW finished in seventh place and needed to win a playoff game to remain in the Washington Youth Soccer Regional Club League (RCL) First Division next season.  The team also finished at the bottom of the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional League (FWRL) Northern Division where their opponent in tomorrow’s state final, Eastside FC 96 Red, won the league to already earn a place Region IV Championships.

PacNW head coach Todd Stauber says his team turned a corner after facing a relegation playoff game to remain in the RCL First Division.

“To be honest, that was kind of a turning point for us. After that game there was a change in their character and there was just something from that game, a belief that came to them from that point forward. We didn’t take that much time off for Christmas, we trained very hard over the break. It was kind of after that game that was the catalyst for these guys, they just came together. It’s just cool to watch, just to sit back and see a group of guys realize, “Hey, this is a cool thing. We’ve got something special going here.” And to realize that and to seize the moment has been pretty cool to watch them do.”

PacNW knocked off two-time defending state champion Washington Premier FC 96 Black, 4-1, to advance to the state final.  Washington Premier has been finalists and quarterfinalists at the Regional Championships in each of the last two years, respectively.

“We were a second division team last year, we were at the bottom of the RCL Division I all year. For these guys, they’re just recognizing what they can do as players. I don’t even think they realize the magnitude of what’s going on, they’re just trying to play.”

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

2014 Washington Youth Soccer State Championships Finals Schedule | Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014

Under-15 Boys        
Crossfire Premier 98 James v PacNW 98 Maroon 12:00 PM Field 3
Under-16 Boys        
Eastside FC 97 Red v Crossfire Premier 97 Schmetzer 10:00 AM Field 4
Under-17 Boys        
Eastside FC 96 Red v PacNW 96 Maroon 10:00 AM Field 1
Under-18 Boys        
Washington Timbers 95 Red v FWFC 95 Blue 12:00 PM Field 1

2014 Washington Youth Soccer State Championships Semifinal Results | Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014

Under-15 Boys      
Washington Rush 98 1 Crossfire Premier 98 James 5
Goal Scorers:       
RUSH - Blaise Beachman (52:00)    
CP - Caleb McAuslan (10:00) (56:00) (77:00), Bailey Letherman (61:00) (67:00)
PacNW 98 Maroon 3 Eastside FC 98 Red 1
Goal Scorers:       
PNW - Charles Wilcox (21:00) (53:00), Habib Barry  
EFC - Jeremy Russell (37:00)      
Under-16 Boys      
Seattle United 97 Copa 0 Eastside FC 97 Red 1
Goal Scorers:       
EFC - Federico Rubiolo (62:00)    
Whatcom FC Rangers Gold 1 Crossfire Premier 97 Schmetzer 4
Goal Scorers:       
WFC - Keegan Nutt (19:00)      
CP - Austin Ball (14:00), Miles Sanchez (15:00), Ignacio Perez (35:00), Eduardo Vaca (80:00)
Under-17 Boys      
Crossfire Premier 96 Collings 1 Eastside FC 96 Red 2 (OT)
Goal Scorers:      
CP - Riley Browne (34:00)      
EFC - Nicholas Morgan (23:00), Mark So (105:00)  
WPFC 96 Black 1 PacNW 96 Maroon 4
Goal Scorers:      
WPFC - Mackenzie Smith (2:00)    
PNW - Samuel Vargas-Garcia (12:00), Justino Slish (37:00), Leoul Hancock (75:00), Bharkaran Kang (88:00)
Under-18 Boys      
Washington Timbers 95 Red 3 Eastside FC 95 Red 0
Goal Scorers:       
WT - Carter Johnson (23:00) (27:00), Christian Asivido (68:00)  
FWFC 95 Blue 5 Crossfire Premier 95 Collings 1
Goal Scorers:       
FWFC - Andrew Barker (6:00) (15:00), McKray Kohn (35:00), Brandon Madsen (58:00), Matthew Cruz (71:00)
CP - Christian Thode (73:00)