SURF Girls U12 Team — Champions of Copa Del Mar Soccer Classic

Congratulations to the Surf GU12 team for winning the Copa Del Mar Soccer Classic.  The tournament was held in San Diego July 28 – July 30.

The team scored 8 goals en route to taking the title, and allowed no goals to be scored against them all weekend.  Congratulations to: Bottom left: Morgan Bertrand, Sabrina Morse, Gabriela Umansky, Gabriella Surpin, Claire Gunness, Amara Tibbitts, Ronnie St Amour and Stephanie Torres; Top left: Teagan Stafford, Brianna Delatorre, Naomi Smitham, Diana Ransom, Ellie Auerbach, Coach Steveo Leacock, Taylor Cottingham and Lily Davis. Missing from the photo is Lexi de Boucaud.

Related posts:

  1. Surf Soccer GU11 team takes first in SoCal Cup Classic
  2. Surf Soccer GU 11 team takes second in Encinitas Rotary Cup
  3. Surf B-U9 White Team finalists at Albion Cup Soccer Tournament
  4. Surf Girls U9 are champions
  5. Surf BU9 White Team Soccer in the Sand finalists

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