2009 MW PC Champs

2009 MW PC Champs

17 teams went to Overland Park, KS to represent Illinois at the 2019 US Youth Soccer Midwest Presidents Cup.  Overall, the Illinois teams did tremendously well going 31-14-17 during group play with 11 teams advancing to semifinals.

 

At the end of the tournament, five teams hoisted the Midwest Presidents Cup as Regional Champions and four of them now move on to represent Illinois and the Midwest at the 2019 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup July 10-14 in Tennessee.

 

2006 (13U) Boys Midwest Presidents Cup Champions: SASA Spirits


 

Joe Brudnak, Henry Buecker, Miles Calderon, Isaac Crumrine, Andrew DeJaynes, Luke Driver, Ty Dyson, Thomas Garst,
Daniel Happach, Jake Kepler, Andrew McKauchlan, Joshua Moore, JJ Munuo, Vincent Pratt, Abhinav Ramaraju, Grant Selke,
Faizaan Shaikh, Mason Simmons, Lach Sullivan, Matthew Termine, Ben Wilcoxen

 

2005 (14U) Boys Midwest Presidents Cup Champions: LG Celtics First XI


 

John Barrette, Kole Beck-Jewusiak, Liam Carolan, John Carr, Colin Chough, Luke Cieniawski, Andrew Follenweider, Ryan Good, Jackson Kirk, Braedyn Martinez, Larry Martinez Jr., Finn Murray, Thomas Newcomb, Haris Sarajlija, Collin Sullivan, Danny Svelnis, William Swicionis, Benjamin Swicionis, Joseph Wanner, Ryan Wilson, Angel Zarazua

 

After losing a close game to DASC 05 (SD) in group play, LG Celtics First XI 05 played hard to earn a 4-2 victory and some redemption in the 14U Boys final. DASC looked like it might run away with the final as it scored in the opening minute of play with a Bryon Ochoa goal. Bryson Prichett then increase the advantage as DASC took a 2-0 lead into halftime. LG Celtics battled back in the second half, locking down defensively and getting two goals just two minutes apart from Collin Sullivan and John Carr. As the game advanced to overtime, Carr completed his hattrick scoring twice to power Celtics through to victory. The three goals launched Carr to the top of the goal scoring chart with six goals during the event.

 

2004 (15U) Boys Midwest Presidents Cup Champions: Chicago Rush


 

Franky Collazo, Sean Cox, Cael Cummings, Aayush Dixit, Evan Felgenhauer, Grant Glorioso, Carter Glover, Luke Hawkins,
Zachary Heitkemper, William Kalsto, Kellen Klosterman, Ian Laird, Kyle McGreevy, Gilberto Mijarez, Jonathan Radilla, Braeden Roth, Nathaniel Sowers, Jack Walsh

In the rematch of group play, Chicago Rush Select got a redemption win along with its 15U Boys Midwest Presidents Cup title with a tight 1-0 victory over Carl Rose Soccer Academy 04 United (MO). Chicago made its way to the semifinals after a tight kicks from the mark victory and grinded out another win. A goal in the fourth minute from Jack Walsh, his third of the event, gave Chicago an early 1-0 lead. Rush held on defensively to earn the clean sheet making Walsh's lone goal enough to give it the victory.

 

2002 (17U) Girls Midwest Presidents Cup Champions: Chicago Fire Jrs West


 

Lesly Acosta, Aja Bradshaw, Nina Bradshaw, Natalie Drover, Morgan Furmaniak, Jessica Gruben, Emma Gruber, Kaitlyn Hudetz,  

Alexa Joshi, Kendall McLeod, Megan Nelson, Taylor Ostrowski, Nora Rosenbaum, Abbey Slivka, Kaylin Smith, Alex Tetteh,  

Alaina Wildenradt

Chicago Fire Juniors West 2002 Red won, 2-0, against AFA Fillies Baez 02 (MO) to earn the 17U Girls Midwest Presidents Cup title. AFA, who had advanced as the wildcard from Group C looked to make the most of its time in the knock out rounds but went down 1-0 late in the second half after a Fire goal from Jessica Gruben. Gruben was not done scoring, and added a second half goal to seal the 2-0 victory. At the end of the event, Chicago fire has compiled 20 goals for and just two against and will look to continue that stretch as it moves onto National Presidents Cup.

 

2000 (19U) Girls Midwest Presidents Cup Champions: FC Lake County


 

   

Lillian Bak, Megan Best, Georgia Bond, McKenna Brooks, Courtney Chomko, Katelyn Dameron, Maura Fitzgerald,  

Maddie Gryzik, Grace Herrmann, Grace Kendzior, Madeleine Preda, Emma Preda, Alana Turner, Elizabeth Weinberg, Olivia Wolf    

The 19U Girls wrapped up play at the 2019 Midwest Presidents Cup in a finals rematch of group play with FC Lake County against Topeka Select Elite Academy (KS). In the group stage, Topeka defeated Lake County, 5-0, and again started on top in the final. Alyssa Stewart was played through on goal and finished her 1v1 chance to put Topeka up 1-0. Lake County responded shortly after scoring off a corner kick opportunity thanks to a finish from Olivia Wolf and leveled the score at 1-1. Lake County took a 2-1 lead into halftime after Chomko added a goal from the right wing. In the second half, Lake County almost made it 3-1 early but, after a great through ball, the Topeka goalkeeper made a fantastic diving finger tip save to push the ball off the post. Elizabeth Weinberg sealed the deal in the 85th minute and with Topeka not able to muster up an answer, Lake County earned the 19U Girls title at the final whistle. The 19U Girls division end at the Regional competition. 


In addition to the five champions, two other Illinois teams had hard fought 1-0 losses in the championship match and finished as US Youth Soccer Midwest Presidents Cup Finalists

2001 (18U) Girls US Youth Soccer Midwest Presidents Cup Finalists: Strikers FV


 

Mary Fredericksen, Amber Gutsch, Isabelle Harkleroad, Kaia Hartley, Kyle Kahley, Rylie Kaufmann, Ruby Lebo, Olivia McPherson,

Kiara McPherson, Xitlali Xanchez, Katherine Schoenfelder, Emily Thill, Mary Clare Voreis, Meghan Ward, Margot Yelle, Sarah Yochem

Keliix-Intra Premier (MN) will join the club's 18U Boys team at National Presidents Cup after a close, 1-0, overtime victory against Strikers Fox Valley 01 Premier. Keliix showed it knew how to win a close overtime game in yesterday's semifinal and once again used that composure to earn another tight victory. After a scoreless regulation period of play, Avery Junker scored what would be the winning goal in the 98th minute of play. The Keliix defense held strong through the final whistle to earn the 18U girls title.

 

2001 (18U) Boys Midwest Presidents Cup Finalists: Midstate SC


 

       

Derek Austin, Justin Boeckenstedt, Massimo Evelti, Devin Fletcher, Brady Fletcher, Brendan Foster, Giovanni Fuentes,
John (Carlos) Gaona-Willis, David Haage, Christian Herrera, Jace Hite, Zane Johnson, Camden Kessler, Jonathan Oliger, Devin Perry, Joshua Platzbecker, Jake Scherer, Jake Shumaker, Bryce Shumaker, Boston Stewart, Christian Stoner, David Swif
t

 

After a multi-goal showing in the semifinals, MidState Soccer Club  got locked down as Keliix Intra (MN) leveraged a lone first half goal into a 1-0 victory. Ramzi Ouro-Akondo got on the end of a ball floating toward the MidState 18-yard box midway through the first half to break the deadlock. With the keeper rushing to get to the ball, Ouro-Akondo flicked a header up and over the keeper to make it 1-0 for the Minnesota side. MidState couldn't muster the right touches in the final third to break the deadlock through the final whistle and Keliix earns the 18U title and a spot at National Presidents Cup.


Registration for the Fall 2019 Presidents Cup for 15U-19U Girls teams is now open thru July 9.

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