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June 26, 2011

  • UPDATED 2:15 PM Cal South closes the day with 8 total Far West Regional trophies. BU18 match between United FC Black and Cal North's Palo Alto Blue ends 2-2 after overtime. Cal North wins on PKs, 3-2.
  • UPDATED 1:00 PM GU14 Arsenal FC capture regional title with 3-0 shutout of Hawaii's Leahi Premier. 8 titles so far today for Cal South teams.
  • UPDATED 12:15 PM So Cal Blues shut out Nevada's Rio Vista FC Eagles, 2-0, to claim the GU17 regional crown.
  • UPDATED 12:00 PM BU13 South Bay Gunners win 6th regional title of the day for Cal South thus far with a 1-0 shutout of Washington's Crossfire Premier. Hawaii's Blitz FC Orange top San Diego Surf White 4-2 in PKs to capture the GU12 trophy.
  • UPDATED 11:45 AM San Diego Surf Academy triumph over Nevada, 5-2 for the BU15 title.
  • UPDATED 11:15 AM Real So Cal White suffers tough loss of the GU18 title to Colorado on PKs, 5-4, after a 2-2 tie.
  • UPDATED 10:00 AM Fullerton Rangers shut out fellow Cal South team Cosmos Academy West, 1-0, to win BU14 trophy.
  • UPDATED 9:30 AM Arsenal FC win in overtime against Arizona's Sereno White, 2-1, to capture GU13 regional title.
  • UPDATED 8:15 AM BU12 Pateadores wins regional title with 5-4 win over Cal North's Mt. Hamilton. Slammers FC defeats So Cal Blues, 2-1, in Cal South match-up for GU15 title.
  • Live scores are being announced on Cal South Soccer's Facebook page throughout the week. Please click the Facebook link at the bottom of this article to "Like" Cal South Soccer and follow all the scores!

Boise, ID (June 26, 2011) - Cal South teams won 8 of 16 titles today at the 2011 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships, being held at Simplot Sports Complex in Boise, Idaho from June 20-26. Cal South had 13 teams competing in 11 different championship finals. Of the remaining 8 championships, teams from Cal North and Colorado won two each; Arizona, Hawaii, Washington and New Mexico each won a single title.

Of Cal South's original total of 34 teams in the Far West Regionals, 16 were 2011 Cal South National Cup champions and 18 other teams were either selected as wild cards or earned their spots via their success in the Far West Regional League. Cal South teams U14 through U19 who win at the Far West Regionals will get to represent Cal South and Region IV in the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships in Phoenix, Arizona from July 26-31.

Be sure to keep checking back here throughout the tournament to keep up with your favorite teams. You can also click here for a full flight breakdown and schedule overview on the official US Youth Soccer Far West Regional site.

Scores from Day One of the Far West Regionals
Scores from Day Two of the Far West Regionals
Scores from Day Two of the Far West Regionals
Scores from the Far West Regionals Quarterfinals
Scores from the Far West Regionals Semi-Finals


FINALS | Saturday, June 26, 2011
8:00 AM BU12 Pateadores(Cal South) 5 vs. Mt. Hamilton YSL PAC Atlas (CN) 4
8:00 AM GU15 So Cal Blues (Cal South) ..1.. vs. Slammers FC (Cal South) ..2..
8:30 AM GU13 Arsenal FC (Cal South) 2 OT
vs. Sereno White (AZ) 1
8:30 AM BU17 La Roca Premier (UT) 1 vs. Rush Nike (NM) 2
9:30 AM BU14 Cosmos Academy West (Cal South) 1 vs. Fullerton Rangers White (Cal South) 2
9:30 AM GU18 Colorado Rush Nike (CO) 2 OT
5 PKs
vs. Real So Cal White (Cal South) 2
4 PKs
10:00 AM BU16 Mt Hamilton PAC Tigres (CN) 0 vs. Eastside FC Red (WA) 2
10:00 AM GU19 Real Colorado National (CO) 4 vs. Super Nova (ID) 3
11:00 AM GU12 Blitz FC Orange (HI) 0 OT
4 PKs
vs. San Diego Surf White (Cal South) 0
2 PKs
11:00 AM BU15 Neusport Green (NV) 2 vs. San Diego Surf Academy (Cal South) 5
11:30 AM BU13 Crossfire Premier (WA) 0 vs. South Bay Gunners (Cal South) 1
11:30 AM GU17 Rio Vista FC Eagles (NM) 0 vs. So Cal Blues (Cal South) 2
12:30 PM GU14 Leahi Premier (HI) 0 vs. Arsenal FC (Cal South) 3
12:30 PM BU18 Palo Alto Blue (CN) 2 OT
3 PKs
vs. United FC Black (Cal South) 2
2 PKs
1:00 PM GU16 Real Colorado National (CO) 0 vs. Mustang Blast (CN) 1
1:00 PM BU19 Sereno White (AZ) 2 vs. Eastside United FC Liverpool Red (OR) 0


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.