2009 State Cup Finals Results, MVP & Sportsmanship Winners

 
  CHAMPION FINALIST SCORE MVP FAIR PLAY
G13 FC Stars of Mass *Western United FC 2-0 *Ashley Horrigan Inter SC Boston
G14 Scorpions SC FC Stars of Mass 2-1 Mckenzie Meehan Sachems FC
G15 FC Stars of Mass Scorpions SC 1-0 Kayla Shea Crusaders United SC
G16 Scorpions SC FC Stars of Mass 5-3 OT Jessie Clinton FC Stars of Mass
G17 FC Stars of Mass *Crusaders United SC 2-1 *Carley Martyniak FC Puma
G18 South Shore Select FC Stars of Mass 1-0 PK Lindsay Leddy  
G19 South Shore Select Charles River United 4-0 Nicole Stenquist  
           
B13 North Shore United Benfica 3-0 Christian Hernandez MPS Bulldogs
B14 FC Greater Boston MPS Bulldogs 1-0 Nigel Robinson FC United
B15 NE Aztec Western United FC 1-0 PK Ken Fryer FC Blazers
B16 FC Puma SF Vikings 2-1 PK Eric Schoellkopf Noreaster
B17 FC Blazers Western United FC 2-0 Christopher Perkins Inter SC Boston
B18 FC Stars of Mass FC Blazers 1-0 PK Elias Kuh  
B19 Juventus FC Blazers 1-0 Andrew Powell  

Results from Regionals

Congratulations to our Region I Champion, Scorpions SC G14. The G14 Scorpions, coached by Fred Marks, won their age group and will represent Region I at the National Championships in Lancaster.The G14 Scorpions team beat Virginia, 5-0, in their semi-final and beat the Premier League champion (New Jersey), 1-0, in their final.

The G15 Stars of Mass, coached by Jason Dewhurst, beat Eastern New York, 1-0, in their semi-final at South Point, Ohio, but lost in the final to Virginia, 2-0.

On Friday at Regionals, Massachusetts teams won seven matches against five losses, with two ties. On Saturday, the record was eight wins with five losses and one tie. On Sunday, the record was four wins and two losses. Overall in the Round Robin, Massachusetts teams won 23 matches, lost 14 and tied three, for a winning percentage of 57.5 percent. The boys went 8-7-2 and the girls went 12-4-1.

Although the first day of the tournament had good weather, rain and unplayable fields caused problems for the duration of the event. Games that had no bearing on the standings were canceled, and many games were moved to other locations in West Virginia and Ohio.

For any tournament to be a success, you need good referees; Massachusetts sent 13 talented referees who distinguished themselves at Regionals. Our delegation was headed by Travis Coleman, who did an outstanding job providing guidance and communication to our referees. Most referees worked either a semi-final or final. Steve Dileo and Jan Halaska were selected to officiate at the National Championships in Lancaster.

Congratulations to all Massachusetts representatives at State Cup, Regionals, and Nationals!