Round robin games are Friday, June 21, through Sunday, June 23.
Quarterfinal matches are Monday, June 24 for the U14-U16 age groups and June 25 for the U17 and U18 age groups.
Semifinals are Tuesday, June 25 for U13 and U19 and Wednesday, June 26 for U14-U18.
The Region III Champions will be crowned on Wednesday, June 26 for U13 and U19 and Thursday, June 27 for U14-U18.
US Youth Soccer State Cup Champions and select runners-up from 12 US Youth Soccer State Associations in Region III, including host Oklahoma Soccer Association will participate. The other State Associations represented are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Texas, South Carolina, South Texas and Tennessee.
Regional winners of the Under13 through Under19 age groups earn a berth to the 2013 US Youth Soccer National Championships, presented by the National Guard, July 22-28 at the Overland Park Soccer Complex in Overland Park, Kan.
Miami Shores soccer camp
The Miami Shores Soccer Camp for girls is 8:30 a.m.-Noon June 17-21 at the Miami Shores Fieldhouse, 9825 Park Dr., Miami Shores.
Train at the Miami Shores soccer fields and gain experience in all aspects including dribbling, passing and shooting with an experienced coaching staff from the Shores Soccer Club.
Cost is $123 Miami Shores residents, $145 other residents. Register at the Miami Shores Fieldhouse. Call 305-758-6701.
South Miami soccer camp
The South Miami Grey Ghosts Soccer Club is hosting a summer camp, weekly from June 10 through Aug. 16 at South Miami Park, 4300 SW 58th St.
Grey Ghosts Soccer Club offers male and female players, age 5-15, an opportunity to learn the game in a fun and challenging environment. Techniques and basic individual tactics are emphasized. The philosophy of learning skills through fun games, which require maximum touches of the ball, introduces the young player to the most advanced techniques. To register or for information go to www.southmiamigreyghosts.com.
Archbishop Curley sports
Archbishop Curley Notre Dame Prep School Athletic Director Greg Magner announced Antonio Yeash won the school’s Male Sportsmanship Award during the school’s athletic awards’ convocation.
Yeash, a senior, qualified for the state championships in cross-country, excelled as a keeper on the soccer team and became one of the top pitchers in Miami-Dade County. He will attend Miami Dade College.
Angler Al Ware of Key West caught a 44-pound dolphin fish that earned his Ware’s the Fish team first overall for $20,700 during the inaugural Florida Keys Dolphin Championship. The innovative Memorial Day Weekend challenge, whose rules allowed fishing anywhere in Keys waters.
Ware, who also captained the boat, was fishing with Fort Pierce residents Juan Soto, Jenny Soto and Eric Soto. They were 30 miles south of Boca Chica Key on the tournament’s first day when Ware caught the winning dolphin.
“I was on the other side of the Gulf Stream,” said Ware, who reported boating the fish after about a 20-minute fight. “I figured everybody would fish on this side, so I went to the other side.”
Runner-up honors (and $11,270) went to team Half Time, captained by Spencer Deno of Miami, with a 41-pound dolphin caught by Miami angler Chris Deno. The team, also consisted of Adam and Tanya Toro.