Manchester U8 Academy finalists in Manchester Cup

Manchester Soccer Club’s U8 Academy (2012-2013) boys reached the championship game in the Manchester Cup the weekend of June 9-10. The tournament marked the first games that this new team, coached by Wayne Harrison, has played together. The boys had a great time and were excited to receive their well-earned finalist medals after a fun first tournament experience. Congratulations boys!

Pictured, left to right: Erik Risher, Gustavo Sauerbronn, Raul Melo, Juan Pablo Carrillo, Cesar Leal, Daniel White, Colin Blunt, Logan Hershey, Brenan Klein, Cole Nakazawi, Brayden Mazepa, Andres Brambila. Not pictured: Coach Wayne Harrison.

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