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Youth Boys Jun 18, 2014

Eastern New York State Open Cup U-17 to U-19 championship recaps

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The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association has crowned its champions for the 2014 State Open Cup. The winners will go on to play in Regional competition. Below are the recaps from the championships in the U-17 to U-19 age groups on both the girls and boys sides.

U-19

Smithtown Spirit’s emphatic 5-1 win gives them Girls Unde​r-19 State Open Cup title

The Smithtown Spirit of the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) ran out of gas in their 3-1 overtime loss to the New York Rush Patriots 95 two years ago in the State Open Cup final, but they were prepared this year.

Kosmos Greek-Amer​ican 1994 take boys-under​-19 State Open Cup final

Kosmos Greek-American 1994 of the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League (CJSL) won the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association’s (ENYYSA) Boys-Under-19 State Open Cup championship in an extra time thriller over Manhattan Ajax.

U-18

Quickstrik​e Xtreme ’96s prevail in overtime to win the Girls-Unde​r-18 State Open Cup

After being tied 1-1 after regulation, the Girls-Under-18 State Open Cup final on June 1 at Stringham Park in LaGrange went into overtime. Quickstrike Xtreme ‘96s of the East Hudson Youth Soccer League (EHYSL) defeated the HBC Silent Thunder of the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL), 3-2, for the championship in the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA).

Downtown United White 95 bring Boys-Under​-18 State Open Cup championsh​ip back to Manhattan
When Massapequa Arsenal of the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) scored an early goal in the Boys-Under-18 State Open Cup final on June 1 at Stringham Park in LaGrange, it looked to be a similar story as last year when they shut out Downtown United of the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League (CJSL), 1-0, in the final.

U-17

Manhattan Paris Saint-Germ​ain’s 5-1 win gives them Boys-Under​-17 State Open Cup Title
A famous line from Casablanca, “We’ll always have Paris,” is appropriate for the State Open Cup finals as Manhattan Paris Saint-Germain of the Westchester Youth Soccer League (WYSL) has played in the last five championship games.

Farmingdal​e United Girls U-17 win sixth consecutiv​e State Open Cup

Farmingdale United keeps on rolling. The newly-crowned Region 1 Premier League champions won an amazing sixth consecutive State Open Cup, and seventh overall, by defeating Alleycats White 95.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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