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Virginia State Cup Review: Action continues for a few

While Mother Nature was rather uncooperative this weekend, several squads managed to squeeze in Virginia State Cup games before the rainy weather got the best of area fields.

The Under-13 girls division saw several teams advancing, including the SYA Cardinals, who defeated the Virginia Beach Black squad 4-0. Virginia Beach Red defeated the NVSC Junior Majestics Blue 5-0, then BRYC Elite dominated the Junior Majestics White 8-0. Finally, VAR Nike beat ABGC Xtreme 2-0.

 

While Mother Nature was rather uncooperative this weekend, several squads managed to squeeze in Virginia State Cup games before the rainy weather got the best of area fields.

The Under-13 girls division saw several teams advancing, including the SYA Cardinals, who defeated the Virginia Beach Black squad 4-0. Virginia Beach Red defeated the NVSC Junior Majestics Blue 5-0, then BRYC Elite dominated the Junior Majestics White 8-0. Finally, VAR Nike beat ABGC Xtreme 2-0.

While the four victors are moving on to the next round, 12 matches were canceled due to the bad conditions on Saturday.

[+Click here for the VYSA U-13 bracket]

In the U-12 boys' 8v8 bracket, BRYC Elite defeated VAR Academy Black 5-2. VAR Academy Blue, however, routed the Richmond Strikers Premier 5-0.

[+Click here for the U-12 boys' 8v8 bracket]

The U-12 girls' 8v8 bracket saw the most action, with four games contested on Saturday. VSA Heat Blue defeated the Richmond Strikers Elite 1-0, then the Richmond Kickers Elite South defeated PWSI Courage White 2-1. SYA Storm White lost to ASC Arsenal 2-1, but SYA Storm defeated Virginia Beach FC Red 3-2.

[+Click here for the U-12 girls' 8v8 bracket]

There are no games scheduled for this upcoming weekend; State Cup action will return on April 30.

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