Surf B-U9 Premier team second at SoCal Cup soccer tournament

Front Row: (from left) Ryan Jacobs, Dylan Wolchko, Billy Cherres, Scott Belin, Kyle Cornell, Drew Cottingham; Back Row: (from left) Liam Duignan, Ben Haynie, Jagger Filippone, Coach Gary Condliffe, Timothy Kelly, Chris Nawrocki, Dominic Khattar.

The Surf B-U9 Premier team placed 2nd at the SoCal Cup soccer tournament in Oceanside on July 9-10. The team coached by Gary Condliffe played an incredible tournament with the close championship game against the Carlsbad Lighting ending in 3-3 going into penalty kicks.

Coach Condliffe said, “I’m still smiling as I think of how much the team as grown as players over the last couple of weeks. They never gave up believing in each other and their effort in coming back from 3-0 down at the end was one of the most unbelievable things I’ve seen in my soccer coaching career. My team really made the Surf Club and myself proud with their efforts and attitude.”

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  3. SD Surf Soccer wins several team titles at Cup tourney
  4. Manchester boys U9 team wins bracket
  5. San Diego Surf Soccer Club’s Under 9 teams win State Cup

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