Manchester 10U Girls reach finals of Coastal Classic

Back row, from left: Haley White, Bella Tatro, Jordan Rowell, Lexi Schultz, Annie Ramey; front row: Peyton Steele, Lucy Reed, Carly Diehl, Morgan Blitz, Nikki Wood, Lauren Ziment, along with coach David Diehl

In their first tournament of the season, the Manchester 10U Girls soccer team relied on strong defense to carry them to the finals of the Coastal Classic Copa Division. Midfielders Lucy Reed and Haley White scored the goals needed to get them to the finals and the defense allowed only one goal in four games. The tournament director called the final game one of the most exciting games of the weekend as Manchester and Notts Forest FC battled through two scoreless halves before penalty kicks ended the game with Notts Forest coming out on top.

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