No top 10 scores - Click to view all scores
Text size

Quarterfinal Pairings begin to take shape at Region IV

Published: June 17, 2009

LANCASTER, Calif. - The US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships continued Tuesday at Lancaster National Soccer Center. Teams have competed in more than 240 games and tomorrow’s action will decide the 128 teams earning berths in quarterfinal brackets (Friday). Wednesday’s matches begin at 8 a.m. (PST) and continue throughout the day with the final matches beginning at 4 p.m.


(Editor's  Note: Look for TopDrawerSoccer.com's LIVE presentation on the site Friday, including live updates from Region IV quarterfinal matches).


Girls club soccer players in a soccer tournament.Pleasanton Rage were victorious today, 6-1 over Bozeman Blitzz.
Boise Nationals win in U13 Boys Play

In the Under-13 Boys age group, Boise Nationals Celtic (ID) had a 2-0 win over Magic City (MT) today. Peyton Harris (42:00) and Cole Thortnon (49:00) were the two goal scorers for Boise. Tomorrow, Boise plays Neusport Green (NV). Neusport is undefeated through the first two days of preliminary games.


Real Rush, Eastside FC  win in U17 Boys Play

Looking for their first win of the Region IV Championships, Under-17 Boys Real Rush Nike (HI) didn’t hesitate to take control of today’s game against LV Premier (NV). Raydan Bala shot two past the keeper in the 6th and 17th minutes, with teammate Robert Uemoto chipping in a 14th minute goal to give Real Rush the early 3-0 lead. Sheldon Carganilla extended the lead to 4-0 in the 27th minute, and Taylor Van Etten pushed it one more to 5-0 in the 62nd minute. LV Premier had a lone goal in the 65th for a 5-1 final score.

Eastside FC Red-Lee (WA) and CO Storm North Red (CO) played a game of back and forth scoring in today’s match up. Eastside FC’s Lucas De Morais knocked one in during the 14th minute, followed by Storm’s Tesho Akindele’s goal in the 16th minute. Eastside FC regained the lead thanks to a Liam Kelly’s goal in the 19th minute, but again, Storm followed with a 25th minute shot from Ricardo Rodriguez. Both teams had a second half goal, Scott Geffre got one past the keeper in the 63rd for Eastside and Akindele scored his second of the game in the 75th minute for Storm. Eastside FC won 4-3.

Arsenal, Washington Premier win in U15 Boys Action

The Under-15 Boys game between NM Nike Rush (NM) and Sereno White (AZ) was decided within the first half. Sereno started with a 3rd minute goal by Riggs Lennon and Justin Schmidt put New Mexico on the board in the 30th minute. Neither team was able to finish, and the game ended 1-1.
 
After notching a tie on the first day of preliminary games, returning regional champions, Under-15 Boys Arsenal FC was looking for a win against Eagles Fall (CA-S). Jake La Porte and Edward Arrietta both netted Arsenal goals in the 21st and 24th minutes for the early lead. Arsenal extended their lead in the 46th minute thanks to a shot from Jonathan Madrid, and teammate Henry Rios topped off the 4-0 Arsenal victory with a goal in the 50th minute.
 
Utah's La Roca marked their second win of the Region IV Championships with a 2-0 victory over Rio Vista (NM). Austin Jex netted La Roca's first goal in the 46th minute and John Taylor had the second in the 66th. La Roca will be looking to go undefeated through prelims when they face Idaho Rush Nike tomorrow.
 
Another Under-15 Boys team, Washington Premier, had a shutout against Idaho Rush Nike. A 4th minute goal from Austin Sweeny set the game's momentum, and four minutes later, Ike Cooke nailed a second goal for Washington. Cooke followed up with another goal in the 40th minute to give Washington the 3-0 lead over the Rush. The game ended 5-0 after goals from Arie-Jan Vanderstaay and Bryce Joling in the 48th and 80th minutes.
 
Draws abound in U17 Girls Play

The Under-17 Girls, New Mexico Elite Titans took an early lead over Idaho's Les Bois with a 10th minute, Elizabeth Romero goal. Sofia Huerta hit the Idaho equalizer in the 59th minute. The game ended in a 1-1 draw.

Coming off of a day one win, Tualatin Hills United of Oregon was looking for another win against Real So Cal in today's game. Both teams were scoreless until the 32nd minute when Michelle Manning netted one for So Cal. Rikishi Smith finished off So Cal's 2-0 win in the 87th minute.

It was a draw for the Under-17 Girls Storm Academy Copa of Colorado and Crossfire of Washington. Alexandra Beahan and Emily Hurd had the two Crossfire goals in the 10th and 24th minutes. Copa countered in the 34th and 77th minutes with goals from Jessica Bettelli and Kristen Hamilton.
 
Coming off of a first day loss, Deanza Force of Cal North knew they need to step it up if they wanted a win against Alaska's CISC Velocity. Back-to-back goals from Chelsea Braun and Munvir Dhillon in the 23rd and 26th minutes put Deanza up early on. They held the lead and walked away with the victory they were looking for with the 2-0 final score.

U12 Recaps

In their first year at the Region IV Championships the Under-12 Girls CISC Velocity (AK) is building their reputation. Today’s 3-2 win over Pride Predators (CO) added another mark in the win column for Velocity. In the 18th minute, Abigail Stahl put Velocity on the board, but Colorado’s Tanner Haughn countered in the 21st minute to even the score. Stahl came back with a 41st minute shot for Velocity to take the lead, but once again, the Predators’ found their equalizer from Matteson Cutt’s 48th minute goal. Ashtyn Evans found the back of the net in stoppage time to solidify Velocity’s win.

The Under-12  Girls LOSC Defeeters (OR) and Ballistic SO (NV) entered today’s game after coming off first day losses. Within minutes of the whistle blowing, Sarah Garoutte had back-to-back Defeeters goals in the 3rd and 5th minutes. Krystal De Ramos put Ballistic on the board in 10th, but Mackenzie Maier’s 19th minute goal gave Defeeters the 3-1 lead. After the half, Alexa Riley and Niccole Mullins had consecutive goals in the 56th and 57th minutes to tie the game 3-3.

The Under-12 Boys Neusport FC (NV) won by a landslide on day one, but broke even in today’s game against Sereno 97 White (AZ). Neusport exploded with a first minute goal from Miles McRae, and then in the 15th, Daniel Higgins netted one for Sereno. McRae completed a hat trick with goals in the 58th and 65th minutes, with Sereno’s Tanner Faggioni finding the back of the net in the 63rd. Izsak Fierro’s 70th minute goal tied the game 3-3 for the final score.

The top 248 boys and girls US Youth Soccer teams from 14 State Associations that make up US Youth Soccer Region IV compete for the regional title.

Regional winners of the Under-14 through Under-19 age groups earn a berth to the 2009 US Youth Soccer National Championships to be played in Lancaster, Mass., July 21-26, at Citizens Bank Fields at Progin Park.

Complete scores from Tuesday's action are below.

Boys
    
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
(AK) NLSC Unity
(UT) UCFS Academy
(CA-N) Redwood Juventus CRS
(CO) Real CO National
(NV) Neusport FC
(WY) Jackson Hole Soccer 
0
0
4
0
3
1
(OR) Cascade FC Boca Jr
(CA-N) Mustang Internazion
(HI) HSC Bulls
(WA) Crossfire Premier
(AZ) Sereno 97 White
(CA-S) Legends FC
4
4
1
0
3
10
     
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
(ID) Boise Natls Celtic
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(AZ)Scottsdale Blackhawks
(HI) Maui United
(AK) CISC Velocity
(CA-N) Santa Clara Sporting
(OR) NWSSA Eagles
(WA)Washington Premier FC
2
0
0
0
0
6
4
5
 (MT) Magic City
(NV) Neusport Green
(CA-S) West Coast FC
(WA) Crossfire Premier
(CO) CO Storm Royal
(MT) FC Missoula
(UT) La Roca Premier AO
(NM) Strikers FC
0
2
6
5
8
0
3
0
     
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
(CA-S) Arsenal FC
(NV) SBSC United Red
(AK) CISC Velocity
(CA-S) Albion White
(OR) Cascade FC Atlas
(CA-S) West Coast FC
(MT) Flathead Force
(NM) NM Rush Stingers
2
6
1
2
0
1
0
4
(HI) Abunal
(WY) Cheyenne Sting
(AZ) SC del sol 95 White
(CA-N) Mission GS Real SF
(ID) Boise Natl Premier
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(WA) Eastside FC Storm
(UT) La Roca PO
0
0
8
1
4
1
8
0
     
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15 
(NM) NM Rush Nike
(CA-S) Eagles
(UT) La Roca Premier AO
(WA)Washington Premier FC
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(OR) WSM Premier
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(CA-S) Aztecs FC
1
0
2
5
9
2
5
3
(AZ) Sereno 94 White
(CA-S) Arsenal FC
(NM) Rio Vista FC
(ID) Idaho Rush Nike
(AK) NLSC Sparta
(NV) Players United
(MT) Helena Arsenal
(CA-N) Santa Clara Sporting
1
4
0
0
1
2
0
4
     
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
(CA-S) Arsenal FC
(CO ) CO Storm North Copa
(AZ) Sereno 93 White
(AK) Full Force
(OR) WSM Remix
(CA-S) Real So Cal White
(UT) Blue Knights Premier
(OR)Santos FC River Plate
0
0
0
1
1
4
0
3
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(WA) Crossfire Premier
(CA-N)Foothill MVLA Raptors
(NV) Cordica USA
(CA-S) West Coast FC
(MT) Helena Arsenal
(NM) Elite FC Gladiators
(ID) Idaho Rush Nike
0
5
1
3
1
0
2
1
     
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
(AK) AK Rush
(ID) Boise Capitals
(CA-S) Slammers FC
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(HI) HSC Bulls
(CO) CO Storm North Red
(CA-S) United FC
(CA-N) Mustang Ajax
0
0
1
5
3
3
3
1
(OR) ESUFC Liverpool
(UT) La Roca Premier DP
(NM) Rio Vista FC
(NV) LV Premier
(UT) Inter FC Premier
(WA) Eastside FC Red-Lee
(CA-S) CZ Elite
(AZ) Pros 92 White
6
1
2
1
3
4
3
7
     
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18 
(CA-N) Central Marin FC
(WA)Eastside FC Red-Storm
(UT) Impact Black CM
(AZ) Sereno White
(ID) Boise Capitals
(NM) Rio Vista FC
(NV) LV Premier
(UT) Sparta Premier
4
1
1
3
2
0
8
0
(CA-S) Atlante S.D.
(CO) Arsenal CO Gold
(HI) HSC Bulls
(ID) Coeur d'Alene Sting
(OR) WSM International
(CA-S) FC Barcelona
(MT) Magic City
(AZ) Cisco Dragons 91
5
2
2
0
3
2
1
5
     
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
(MT) Missoula Strikers
(CA-N) Turlock Tornados
(AZ) Cisco Toros
(NV) Neusport FC
(HI) HSC Bulls
(UT) Sparta Premier
0
2
3
0
2
1
(CO)Colorado Rush Nike
(CA-S)DMS 11
(OR) WSM GUNNERS
(WA) River City SC Seely
(AZ) GSC Arsenal Premier
(NM) NM Rush Premier
4
3
1
4
0
2
     
Girls
    
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
Under-12
(CO) Pride Predators
(OR) LOSC Defeeters
(CO) Real CO National
(HI) Leahi Premier
(WA) Eastside FC Red
(WA) FC Vancouver Glory
2
3
0
1
0
0
(AK) CISC Velocity
(NV) Ballistic SO
(AZ) Sereno 97 White
(CA-N) Mustang Mavericks
(UT) Avalanche Premier
(CA-S) Arsenal FC
3
3
1
1
1
1
     
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
Under-13
(NV) Neusport Green
(OR) LOSC Extreme
(HI) Leahi Premier
(CA-N) Foothill MVLA Light
(NV) LV Premier White
(NM) NM Clash FC America
(ID)Boise Nationals Blast
(AK) CISC Velocity
3
1
1
5
2
0
4
1
(UT) Sparta Premier
(CA-S) West Coast FC
(AZ) Sereno 96 White
(CO) Pride Predators
(WA)Eastside FC RedBialek
(CA-N) Mustang Fury
(MT) Magic City
(NM) Elite FC Barcelona
2
1
5
0
0
7
1
5
     
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
Under-14
(CA-S) SD Surf White
(AK) CISC Velocity
(CA-S) X-treme Breakaway
(NM) AUFC 95 Fusion
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(ID) Les Bois Elite
(AZ) Sereno 95 White
(NV) LV Premier Black
4
0
5
2
4
1
1
2
(MT) Magic City
(CA-S) So Cal Blues
(WA) SSFC White
(CA-N) Mustang Blast
(UT) Utah Rush Nike
(HI) Leahi Premier
(CA-S) Aresenal FC
(OR) SSC Ireland
0
4
1
2
1
4
0
1
     
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
Under-15
(CA-S) CZ Elite Soccer
(NV) LV Premier White
(MT) Magic City
(WA) Evergreen Green
(AK) Eclipse
(NM) Rio Vista FC Eagles
(AZ) Sereno 94 White
(HI) Ka'oi Express
1
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
(UT) La Roca Premier PT
(CA-S) So Cal Blues
(OR) OR Rush Nike
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(ID) Les Bois Ginga
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(CA-N) Mustang Rampage
(CA-S) Slammers FC
0
4
4
2
7
0
1
4
     
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
Under-16
(HI) Leahi Premier
(AK) AK Rush
(NV) Neusport Green
(MT) Magic City
(CA-S) Slammers FC
(NM) AUFC
(OR) FC Portland Green
(CA-S) Eagles
1
3
0
0
1
1
0
6
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(WY) Gillette Edge
(UT) La Roca Premier AO
(WA) Emerald City FC
(CA-N) Deanza Force Blue
(AZ) Sereno 93 White
(CA-S) So Cal Blues
(ID) Les Bois Elite
3
2
1
1
0
0
6
0
     
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
Under-17
(ID) Les Bois Elite
(CA-S) Real So Cal Blue
(CO) Storm Academy Copa
(CA-N) Deanza Force Blue
(NV) FC Las Vegas Mundial
(CA-N) Mustang Spirit
(HI) Real Rush Nike
(NM) Rio Vista FC
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
0
(NM) Elite FC Titans
(OR) Tualatin Hills Utd
(WA) Crossfire Premier
(AK) CISC Velocity
(CA-S) So Cal Blues
(AZ) Sereno 92 White
(AZ) GSC Arsenal Premier
(UT) Avalanche Premie
1
0
2
0
10
1
1
3
     
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
Under-18
(HI) Leahi Premier
(CA-N) Pleasanton Rage
(ID) Les Bois Elite
(NM) Elite FC Adrenaline
(CA-S) Slammers FC
(CA-S) Real SO Cal White
(AK) AK Rush
(OR) FC Portland Sapphire
1
6
1
0
4
4
1
1
(WA) Crossfire Premier
(MT) Bozeman Blitzz
(AZ) SC del sol 91
(OR) LOSC Soul Crew
(UT) Black Diamond SC
(CO) Real CO National
(NV) Players SC Blue
(CA-S) So Cal Blues
2
1
1
5
2
1
4
1
     
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
Under-19
 (ID) Xtreme
(NM) Rio Vista FC
(CO) CO Rush Nike
(HI) Leahi Premier
(MT) Electric City Tboltz
(CA-S) Eagles
0
1
6
0
0
3
 (WA) Shadow-Bushey
(CA-N)ARYSL San Juan Spirit
(OR-1)FC Portland Crimson
(UT) Avalanche Premier
(OR) WSM Galaxy
(AZ) SC del sol White
12
0
0
7
5

 

The James P. McGuire Cup is the oldest trophy in youth sport dating back to 1935 with the inaugural youth championships. The Under-19 Boys age group as the National Champion will hoist the McGuire Cup. This is the 74th anniversary of the storied cup.

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 Regional Leagues, advance to compete in one of four the US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. Champions (U-14 through U-19) from each regional event advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships.  The Under-15 through 17 Boys and Girls age groups have two teams representative of the US Youth Soccer National League, in which the top two teams in each gender age group earn a direct path to the national championships. 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.

 
Advanced Soccer Media
    1. About Us
    2. Terms and Conditions
    3. Privacy Policy
    4. Advertise with Us
    5. Jobs
    6. Contact Us
    7. NCAA Compliance
    1. TopDrawerSoccer.com, 111 West Ocean Blvd., Suite 1750, Long Beach, CA 90802
      © 2014 Advanced Sports Media, LLC. TeamRank™, Players to Watch™, and TopDrawerSoccer.com are trademarks Advanced Sports Media, LLC. All rights reserved.