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2006 Regional Cup Champions, scores and Fair Play

2006 Champions, Finalists and Fair Play Winners:
(Click on Champions Team Names to View Team Photo)

Age Group 2006 Champion 2006 Finalist Sportmanship Awards
U13 Boys Michigan Wolves
(Michigan)
CUSC
(Indiana)
Great Plains Quest
(South Dakota)
U13 Girls KCFC Alliance Intensity
(Kansas)
Ohio Elite
(Ohio South)
KCFC Alliance Intensity
(Kansas)
U14 Boys Michigan Wolves
(Michigan)
Chicago Wind
(Illinois)
Michigan Wolves
(Michigan)
U14 Girls Michigan Hawks
(Michigan)
Eclipse Select
(Illinois)
Red River Stars
(North Dakota)
U15 Boys Chicago Magic
(Illinois)
Ohio F.C. Mutiny
(Ohio South)
Croatian Eagles
(Wisconsin)
U15 Girls Eclipse Select
(Illinois)
Ohio Elite
(Ohio South)
KC Comets
(Kansas)
U16 Boys FC Milwaukee
(Wisconsin)
Vardarstars
(Michigan)
Greater Grand Forks
(North Dakota)
U16 Girls Internationals
(Ohio North)
St. Louis Soccer Club
(Missouri)
Dakota Gold Alliance
(South Dakota)
U17 Boys Scott Gallagher
(Missouri)
Chicago Magic
(Illinois)
CRSA
(Iowa)
U17 Girls Eclipse Select
(Illinois)
Bloomfield Force
(Michigan)
Javanon
(Kentucky)
U18 Boys Chicago Magic
(Illinois)
FC Milwaukee
(Wisconsin)
Michigan Wolves
(Michigan)
U18 Girls Eclipse Select
(Illinois)
Carmel Cyclones
(Indiana)
Carmel Cyclones
(Indiana)
U19 Boys Javanon
(Kentucky)
Sockers FC
(Illinois)
Great Plains Rapids
(South Dakota)
U19 Girls Eclipse Select
(Illinois)
KC Dynamos
(Kansas)
Windy City Pride
(Illinois)

12 Region II Teams Advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships!
The 2006 US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional Championships have now concluded and 12 Region II teams, ages U14 to U19, have punched their tickets to the 2006 US Youth Soccer National Championships, to be held July 25 - 30 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Illinois once again led the way with six teams advancing to the US Youth Soccer National Championships, followed by Michigan with three teams. The Eclipse Select (Illinois) will attempt to defend their 2005 U17 Girls National title in Des Moines.

For complete scores and results from the entire 2006 US Youth Soccer Region II Championships, please click here. Congratulations to all teams that competed this year and good luck to all the Region II teams advancing to the US Youth Soccer National Championships.

About US Youth Soccer
The Game for ALL Kids!® is the largest youth sports organization in the United States and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3.2 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. Visit www.USYouthSoccer.org for more information.