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Teams advance to 2010 US Youth Soccer Region I Presidents Cup

May 23, 2010 10:00 PM
 
Games kickoff Saturday, May 29

FRISCO, Texas (May 24, 2010)
Teams from across US Youth Soccer Region I (East) will compete at the US Youth Soccer Region I Presidents Cup, May 29-31, in the Greater Capital District Area of Albany, N.Y., at Clifton Commons, Town of Wilton Gavin Park and Maalwyck Park.

Each US Youth Soccer State Association has determined the path to which teams advance to the Region I Presidents Cup. The teams will be among the more than 73 Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls teams from the 13 of the 15 State Associations competing for the Regional Presidents Cup title.

The 13 of the 15 State Associations in Region I, including host Eastern New York, will participate. The other State Associations represented are Connecticut, Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York West, Pennsylvania West, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia.

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.

Regional winners of the Under-14 through Under-17 age groups earn advancement to the 2010 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup July 8-11, at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

To learn more about US Youth Soccer, visit USYouthSoccer.org. For more information about the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, including the Regional and National Presidents Cups dates and locations, visit USYouthSoccer.org/PresidentsCup. Teams advancing the National Presidents Cup will be announced on USYouthSoccer.org following the Region I Presidents Cup.

Teams advancing to the Region I Presidents Cup:
Under-13 Boys Hometown
Suffield Wildcats (CT) Suffield, Conn.
East Meadow Arsenal (E-NY) Long Island, N.Y.
Central Susquehanna United (E-PA) Danville, Pa.
GSPA Green Hornets Fever (MD) Severna Park, Md.
Sterling Rapids (VA) Potomac Falls, Va.
Under-14 Boys Hometown
East Islip Elite (E-NY) East Islip, N.Y.
Brunswick (E-NY) Brunswick, N.Y.
CRUSA Cobras (E-PA) Richboro, Pa.
SZ Soccer Club (ME) Saco, Maine
St. Mary's United (MD) California, Md.
Western United FC (MA) Springfield, Mass.
Shairie Joseph SC Lions (MA) Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Twin County Titans (NJ) Brick, N.J.
South County Blaze (RI) Wakefield, R.I.
Herndon Athletic (VA) Herndon, Va.
Under-15 Boys Hometown
White Plains Elite 95 (E-NY)  White Plains, N.Y.
Kosmos Greek Americans (E-NY) Astoria Queens, N.Y.
Lower Macungie (E-PA) Macungie, Pa.
VFC Blast (MA) Medford, Mass.
Alleghany Force (PA-W) Delmont, Pa.
Sterling FC (VA) Sterling, Va.
Under-16 Boys Hometown
Inter United (CT) Torrington, Conn.
Portchester Bengals (E-NY) Port Chester, N.Y.
Albertson Roma Academy (E-NY) Long Island, N.Y.
YMS Internazionale (E-PA) Lower Makefield, Pa.
Laurel Wildcats (MD) Laurel, Md.
EXPO'S (MA) New Bedford, Mass.
VSA United (MA) East Longmeadow, Mass.
Greece Buccaneers (NY-W) Rochester, N.Y.
Foothills Fire (PA-W) Yungswood, Penn.
South County Clippers II (RI) Wakefield, R.I.
TASC Team America '93 (VA) Springfield, Penn.
Arlington Generals (VA) Arlington, Va.
Under-17 Boys Hometown
DSB Kickers (DE) Wilmington, Del.
North Babylon Rampage (E-NY) Babylon, N.Y.
Brooklyn Patriots Red (E-NY) Brooklyn, N.Y. 
SCCSA Chesco Premier II (E-PA) Kennett Square, Pa.
VFC Blast (MA) Medford, Ma.
Kenton Celtic (NY-W) Kenmore, N.Y.
Pittsburgh FC Mutiny (PA-W) Pittsburg, Pa.
Reston Rowdies (VA) Reston, Va.
Under-13 Girls Hometown
Bay Shore Power (E-NY) Bay Shore, N.Y.
Capital United Blue Lightning (E-NY) Albany, N.Y.
LDC Lightning (E-PA) Hummelstown, Pa.
SZ Soccer Club (ME) Saco, Maine
New England Wave (RI) Rehoboth, Mass.
VLSC Phoenix (VA) Williamsburg, Va.
Under-14 Girls Hometown
Simsbury Shock (CT) Simsbury, Conn.
Shrub Oak Fire (E-NY) Shrub Oak, N.Y.
Capital United Blue Heat (E-NY) Albany, N.Y.
VE Venom (E-PA) Unknown
Bethesda Threat (MD) Bethesda, Md.
SDF Vikings Sailors (MA) Essex County, Mass.
Arlington Raiders (MA) Arlington, Mass.
Ocean Dolphins (NJ) Ocean, N.J.
Foothills Lightning (PA-W) Yungwood, Pa.
WV Chaos (WV)   Charleston, W.Va.
Under-15 Girls Hometown
Spirit United Frenzy (E-PA) Downington, Pa.
FC Napoli (MA) Worcester, Mass.
Delta FC (MA) Springfield, Mass.
PWSI Courage 94 White (VA) Woodbridge, Va.
Under-16 Girls Hometown
Manhattan Kickers (E-NY) Manhattan, N.Y.
Phoenix Fire (E-PA) Unknown
Bethesda Force (MD) Bathesda, Md.
Western United FC (MA) Springfield, Mass.
Webster SA Freedom (NY-W) Webster, N.Y.
Pittsburgh FC Pride (PA-W) Pittsburgh, Pa.
Lusitana Sports FC (RI) Cumberland, R.I.
PWSI Courage '93 Red (VA) Woodbridge, Va.
Under-17 Girls Hometown
Oceanside Shooting Stars (E-NY) Oceanside, NY
Rotterdam (E-NY) Rotterdam, NY
ASA Vipers (MD) Gambrills, MD
Western United FC (MA) Springfield, MA

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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 www.USYouthSoccer.org.
 
 

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