U14-U19 NorCal State Cup: Quarterfinals Day 1

Despite high winds, the State Cup Quarterfinals for the U14-U16 girls and U14-U15 boys were completed today. Tomorrow the U16-U19 boys and U17-U19 girls are in action.

NorCal State Cup Quarterfinals Preview
The NorCal State Cup Quarterfinals are ahead this weekend with matches being played at the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex, Mary Grogan Park, and Turlock Sports Complex. After an exciting Round of 16, which saw many great matches, huge upsets, and dramatic finishes, this weekend’s quarterfinals are poised to be even better with teams battling to continue their quest to reach the NorCal State Cup Finals. The NorCal State Cup Finals will take place on May 14th and 15th at Cosumnes River College, where champions will be crowned in all divisions including, State Cup, Premier Cup, Gold Cup, Silver Cup, Bronze Cup, and Copper Cup. The true State Champion, the winner of the State Cup division, will have the opportunity to represent NorCal at the 2016 US Club National Cup, July 22-25, in Aurora, CO.

2014-15 U14-U19 NorCal State Cup Finals
NorCal Premier Soccer hosted the U14 - U19 Boys and Girls Norcal State Cup Finals on May 16 & 17th at Consumes River Junior College. Champions were crowned in fifty-five divisions of play from State to Copper. The NorCal Cup is the largest US Club Soccer sanctioned State Cup in the US, featuring over 1800 teams in all age groups. 
The "State Cup" division is the highest division of play in the NorCal Cup. DeAnza Force led the way with two "State" titles, winning in the U14 girls and U16 girls divisions. Other clubs winning "State" titles included Monterey County FC (U19 boys), Central California Soccer Alliance (U19 girls), Almaden FC Mercury (U17 boys), Sacramento United (U16 boys), Marin FC (U15 boys), Santa Clara Sporting (U15 girls), and Galt FC (U14 boys).

2014/15 State Champions
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