Manchester team wins Cup

The Manchester boys under-10 soccer team won its first tournament of the season, dominating the competition in the gold bracket at the Carlsbad Cup. The team won its bracket with a tie and two wins, advancing to the final where it played the Del Mar Sharks. The final was a close affair in the first half, with Manchester leading 1-0 at halftime.
Manchester stepped up the intensity in the second half and scored three more goals, winning a comfortable 4-0 in the end.

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