Manchester Soccer Club Boys U8 Academy team wins another tournament

(Back row) Dean Sandler, Santiago Gallego, Andrew Mitchell, Coach Steve Hill, Robert Ronco, Santeri Arimo; (Front row) Brian Hanson, Alex Glynn, David Velediaz, and Liam Kelly. Not pictured Vismay Manoj.

The Manchester Soccer Club Boys U8 Academy team won its third straight tournament this summer.  The boys, coached by Steve Hill, clinched their third consecutive tournament title when they won the Pateadores Cup in Orange County.  In winning the title, Manchester faced some of the best clubs in Los Angeles and Orange County and prevailed in the final over San Diego Surf by a score of 4-1.  The team previously won the Manchester Cup and the Pegasus Cup.  Congrats to the boys on all their hard work.

Related posts:

  1. Manchester Soccer Club U8 Academy team finalists at Notts tournament
  2. Manchester Boys U10 win Notts Memorial Day Soccer Tournament
  3. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team wins Carlsbad Cup
  4. Manchester Boys U8 Academy win the Carlsbad Wave Coastal Classic!
  5. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys U12 Academy Team champs

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