Surf BU9 White Team Forest Memorial Day Cup Finalists

(L-R) 1st row: Anthony Cruz, Nate Witte, Jace Wasserman, Kai Walsh, Elijah Anderson. 2nd row: Paul Cluskey, Michael Morse, Reid Hershey, Mikey Sherlock, Tejas Gupta, Isaac Franklin, Coach Jacobson. Not pictured: Cristian Haymes

Congratulations to the Surf Boys U9 White Team for making it to the finals in the Nott’s Forest Cup Memorial Day Tournament held May 26 – 27. The team, coached by Kely Jacobson, played 3 hard games to make it to the championship. They played tough in the finals, tying the game and forcing it into overtime. Congratulations on a great start to the season!

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