Carmel Valley Manchester Boys U12 Academy Team champs

Pictured, front row, left to right: Keaton Smith, Billy Garton, Andrew Forth, George Walther-Meade, Reagan Sherlock, Francisco Verdugo-Salazar, Kellee Cornfield, David Chavarin, Christian Gomez. Back row, left to right: Anthony Reyes, Jakab Zeller, Christopher Gustini, Sebastien des Pres, Demetrius Attia, Preston Hancock, and Coach Billy Garton.

Congratulations to the Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 12 Academy Team, coached by Billy Garton, who were the Boys Under 12 Champions of the Carlsbad Premier Cup 2011. The Reds played three games over the weekend of Feb. 19-20, including the finals on Sunday afternoon versus a very capable South Coast Bayern team.

In the final match the Manchester squad saw great effort from every player and ended up earning the tournament championship, by a final score of 3-0. For more details on the team, the club and their club’s tournament, go to: http://manchestersoccer.net/. The team travels throughout Southern California and is scheduled to play in the Cal South National Cup next month. To follow the team throughout the upcoming season as they compete in Presidio League play go to: http://www.presidiosoccer.com/. Best of luck – Go You Reds!

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