Surf BU9 White Team Soccer in the Sand finalists

Surf Boys U9 White Team

Congratulations to the Surf Boys U9 White Team for making it to the finals at the Soccer in the Sand Tournament held June 9-10 in Coronado. They played tough in the final game against Albion, with the game ending at 4-3. The team enjoyed a fun weekend playing soccer at the beach!

Pictured (from left) 1st row: Kai Walsh, Tejas Gupta, Mikey Sherlock, Jace Wasserman, Nate Witte. 2nd row: Parent Coach Brendan Walsh, Paul Cluskey, Cristian Haymes, Reid Hershey, Anthony Cruz, Michael Morse, Parent Coach Sanjay Gupta. Not pictured: Isaac Franklin

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