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Tournaments Oct 09, 2012

WAGS Tournament: Day 3 wrap

By Jimmy LaRoue and Roger Gonzalez

The 37th Annual WAGS Rael Vodicka Memorial Tournament concluded with champions being crowned in the Under-11 through U-15 age groups, and showcase matches wrapping up in front of college coaches looking for future talent.

The following teams took championships on Monday:

Girls U-11 Red: Calvert Crew White (MD)

Girls U-11 White: TEYSA/FC Europa 01/02 Liberty (PAE)

Girls U-11 Blue: Warrington Bombers (PAE)

Girls U-12 11v11 Flight–WAGS Cup: Charlotte United Futbol Club 00 Gold G (NC)

Girls U-12 11v11 Flight–A Flight: Cleveland FC North (ON)

Girls U-12 8v8 A Flight: NVSC Jr. Majestics 00 (VA)

Girls U-12 8v8 B Flight: New York Rush Patriots 2001 Blue (NYE)

Girls U-12 8v8 C Flight: Philadelphia SC Falcons (PAE)

Girls U-13 Cup Flight: NJ Crush FC Stampede (NJ)

Girls U-13 A Flight: Cleveland FC U-13 Royal (ON)

Girls U-13 B Flight: Delran SC Red Devils (NJ)

Girls U-13 C Flight: Lee-Mount Vernon SC Patriots Red 99 (VA)

Girls U-14 Cup Flight: Yardley Makefield Soccer Xplosion 98 (PAE)

Girls U-14 A Flight: NJ Stallions Academy BEC Celtics (NJ)

Girls U-14 B Flight: Beadling Bulldogs (PAW)

Girls U-14 C Flight: PA Classics Academy 98 (PAE)

Girls U-15 Cup Flight: FC United Select 1 (IL)

Girls U-15 A Flight: NC Soccer Fusion Elite 97 (NC)

Girls U-15 B Flight: TEYSA/FC Europa 97/98 (PAE)

WAGS president Kathie Diapoulis said the tournament’s association with the NSCAA and Elite Tournaments has given it a renewed spark.

Teams like the Manhattan SC Hotspur U-16 squad and all the other U-16 through U-19 teams were looking to increase their exposure to college coaches while providing a bonding experience as well, with parents out on the fields all weekend supporting their daughters.

In case you missed it, here are just a few of the images from days one, two and three of the tournament, as well as stories that take you behind the scenes of the tournament action from Saturday and Sunday.

Also, stay tuned for even more stories from a big weekend of WAGS tournament play.