Solana Beach Tsunami soccer team honors sponsor Dave Roberts

The Solana Beach Tsunami soccer team with, back row, coach Chris Costello, Councilman Dave Roberts and coach Hank Johns

Prior to their recent winning soccer game at Skyline Elementary School, the Solana Beach Tsunami soccer team thanked their 2011 sponsor, Solana Beach Councilman Dave Roberts, by presenting him with a team photo plaque and soccer shirt. Volunteer coaches for the team this year are Chris Costello and Hank Johns. The Tsunami soccer team is part of the Solana Beach Soccer Club which offers a youth recreational program for kindergarten through 12th grade and is part of the California State Soccer Association.

The Solana Beach Soccer Club serves over 400 players in the local community with the support of team sponsors, volunteer coaches and board members. Following the recognition, Councilman Roberts commented that “I had the opportunity to play soccer growing up and loved the sport, so I am pleased to be able to give back to our community so that today’s youth can enjoy this fantastic sport.”

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