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NorCal NPL Fall Showcase Recap: U17 Girls



Division Winner

Pleasanton Rage

Division Winner

Pleasanton Rage, Blues FC, West Coast, Livermore Fusion

img_3184Despite playing only one match over the weekend, West Coast Soccer was the only team already assured of a Champions League spot heading into the showcase. They were joined by division winner Pleasanton Rage, who captured the title by defeating Placer United and Sacramento United by a combined 7-0 scoreline over the two matches. Blues FC had an even better weekend, putting up a combined 9-0 scoreline on Sacramento United and FC Elk Grove, but finished second due to the head-to-head tiebreaker. Rounding out the CL qualifiers are Livermore Fusion SC, who also picked up a pair of wins over the weekend.



Division Winner

Lamorinda United

Division Winner

Lamorinda United, Mustang, Diablo FC, Marin FC

u17-lamoLamorinda United capped off an incredible undefeated season by picking up two impressive victories (2-1 over Mustang and 6-2 over Walnut Creek Blue) to capture the division title by a total of four points. The first win decided the title as Mustang finished in second, garnering a 3-1 Sunday win over CV SJ Earthquakes Academy to solidify their spot. Needing at least one win to clinch a CL spot, Diablo FC won twice, 3-0 over the Santa Cruz Breakers and 1-0 over Force to finish third. The top four was rounded out by Marin FC, whose win and draw was more than enough to clinch the fourth spot.


Division Winner

Clovis Crossfire

clovis-u17Four points in their two games gave Clovis Crossfire Blue the division title and a spot in the NPL 1 via a three-point margin as action proved fairly straightforward in this division. A 1-0 victory over East Bay United Saturday gave California Odyssey South Black a spot in the NPL 2 despite a Sunday loss to the San Juan Spirits, who will also enter the NPL 2 in the spring.


Division Winner

MVLA White

It took just one match over the weekend for the title and corresponding NPL 1 spot to be decided, with MLVA White defeating San Ramon FC with a 2-0 scoreline Saturday. San Ramon were already assured of at least a second-place finish, making their Sunday match against De Anza Force (a 1-0 San Ramon win) meaningless as De Anza had already clinched third place after a 2-0 Saturday win over Mustang SC Elite.