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WAGS 2011 spring season officially comes to a close

All make up games have been played, scores have been posted, and results are final for the 2011 spring edition of the Washington Area Girls' Soccer league. We covered the majority of the winners on Tuesday, but here's a rundown of the divisions that finished up their schedules this week.

In U12 Division 1, the BRYC Elite took the top spot home with 22 points, posting eight wins and one tie over the season. Loudoun 98G Red finished second with 22 points.

The LUYAA SC Red Venom Premier finished first in U-12 Division 3, posting 20 points and a goal differential of 15. The Arlington Forza Red were the runners-up.

SAC United Premier clung to the top spot in U-13 Division 1 with 22 points, barely edging the ASC Freedom, who had 21 points to finish in second. The Freedom had a better goal differential than SAC (16) but couldn't grab another tie or win to take the title.

In U-14 Division 1, the CYA Chaos took the division with 16 points. Loudoun 96G Red and the Freestate Storm finished second with 13 points, but Loudoun defeated Freestate 1-0 early in the season, and the teams later tied 1-1 to give Loudoun second.

The FCSC Fireballs won U-16 Division 5 with 21 points, winning six games and tying three. CSC Explosion and Vista BC United both finished with 19 points, but the Explosions' 2-1 win over United gave them the runner-up title.

In U-19 Division 3, the SSA Eagles won with 16 points overall, with the DSC Freedom coming in second with 11 points.

Potomac Soccer Wire would like to congratulate all teams for a successful WAGS campaign.