Surf Soccer GU 11 team takes second in Encinitas Rotary Cup

Bottom left: Lexy deBoucaud, Lauren Silva; second row: Jordan Heatherly; top row: Annalisa Flud, Nicole Baglio,Teagan Stafford, Ellie Auerbach, Addie Stewart, Taylor Cottingham, Kirra Fazio, Lexy Finnerty, Ally Wolchko, Dayna Dyjak, Stephanie Torres.

Congratulations to the Surf GU11 team for being a finalist in the Encinitas Rotary Cup soccer tournament. The event was held in Carlsbad on Aug. 6-7. Coach Shana did a great job leading the team and the girls had a great four games over the weekend.

Related posts:

  1. Surf Soccer GU11 team takes first in SoCal Cup Classic
  2. Surf Boys U-9 Premier team tops at tournament
  3. Surf B-U9 Premier team second at SoCal Cup soccer tournament
  4. Surf B-U9 White Team finalists at Albion Cup Soccer Tournament
  5. SD Surf Soccer wins several team titles at Cup tourney

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