Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team wins Carlsbad Cup

Front row: George Walther-Meade, Reagan Sherlock, Christian Gomez, Noah Shen, Preston Hancock, Keaton Smith. Back row: David Chavarin, Kelly Cornfield, Christopher Gustini, Juan Castro, Andrew Forth, Kayhan Nejat, Sebastien des Pres, coach Billy Garton

Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team, coached by Billy Garton, swept their bracket to advance to the semi-finals and ultimately the finals at Carlsbad Cup July 23rd through 25th. Although the first half of the championship game ended scoreless for both teams, CV Manchester capitalized twice in the second half to win the tournament. Over five games, they scored 20 goals while only conceding 4. Congratulations to the team as they prepare for United Cup to be held August and NHB Cup in September leading up to season play.

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