Manchester BU10 team

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).

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