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Winners announced from Kohl's Cup in Barboursville

Nov. 21, 2013 @ 12:24 AM

BARBOURSVILLE -- Winners and awards were announced for the Kohl's Cup matches of the West Virginia Soccer Association held last weekend at the Barboursville Soccer Complex.

In the Under-14 girls age category Huntington YMCA Irish was a finalist and Huntington YMCA Blatt received the Sportsmanship Award.

The two-day event more than 1,500 players on 69 girls, boys and co-ed recreational league and club champion teams.

U10 Co-ed Junior Mountains

Champion: Upshur County Gregory

Finalist: East River 1004 Lime

Sportsmanship: Taylor County Chambers

U10 Co-Ed Junior Rivers

Champion: Bridgeport Pumas

Finalist: Sissonville Sharks

Sportsmanship: Great Teays Eagles

U10 Co-ed Senior

Champion: South Charleston Eagles

Finalist: Taylor County Wolverton

Sportsmanship: CWVSA Vipers

U10 Girls Junior

Champion: Upshur County Blue Dynamite

Finalist: Bridgeport Raiders

Sportsmanship: Sissonville Cheetahs

U10 Girls Senior

Champion: Barbour County Williams

Finalist: Taylor County Griffith

Sportsmanship: Taylor County Griffith

U12 Co-ed Junior

Champion: Barbour County Orange

Finalist: Northern Greenbrier Spartans

Sportsmanship: CWVSA Black and White

U12 Co-ed Senior

Champion: Lewis County Blue

Finalist: Taylor County Coreia

Sportsmanship: KVU Predators

U12 Girls Junior

Champion: CWVSA Team USA

Finalist: Lewis County Divas

Sportsmanship: Great Teays Firecrackers

U12 Girls Senior

Champion: Northern Greenbrier Lady Fusion

Finalist: Barbour County Red

Sportsmanship: Northern Greenbrier Lady Fusion

U14 Boys

Champion: Marion County Moore

Finalist: MUSC Laurel Point

Sportsmanship: MUSC Laurel Point

U14 Girls

Champion: Marion County Bleigh

Finalist: Huntington YMCA Irish

Sportsmanship: Huntington YMCA Blatt



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