Manchester BU10 team wins again

Manchester Boys U10 soccer team: (left to right) Back row: Anthony Wison, Steven Britton, Angel Urbino, Zach Lesher, Bryan Gutierrez, Cooper Glen; Front row: Frankie Garton, Marco Medina, Jayden Youngelson, Kevin Kappes, Nik Philyaw (not pictured Louis Molyneaux).

The Manchester Boys U10 soccer team continued their winning start to the season, winning their second tournament in two weeks as they claimed the Manchester Cup beating Oceanside Breakers 6-1 in the final game. Coached by Billy Garton, he had this to say about their success.

“This has been a great start to the season for the boys, winning back-to-back tournaments has given them great confidence and this is reflected in their play. They have shown great belief and determination recently and have been able to overcome some adversity to still win games.

They are also playing a nice brand of soccer, learning to play a controlled passing style — I am very proud of them”

The boys now go on to play in the Pegasus Cup.

Related posts:

  1. Manchester team wins Cup
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  3. Manchester team a cup finalist
  4. Manchester Boys U10 win Notts Memorial Day Soccer Tournament
  5. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys U12 Academy Team champs

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