BU9 Manchester Academy team tops at Carlsbad Cup Championship

First row: Andrew Mitchell, Vismay Manoj, Robert Ronco, Coach Steve Hill, Goalie Alex Glynn, Santeri Arimo, Marc Begin. Second row: David Velediaz, Oliver Critchley, Dean Sandler, and Liam Kelly. Not pictured: Brian Hanson. And a huge thank you to all the siblings for cheering the boys on!

The BU9 Manchester Academy team won again this weekend in the Carlsbad Cup Tournament. The team, coached by Coach Steve Hill, played an impressive tournament by scoring 16 goals and having only 4 goals against. Manchester defeated FC Heat in the final with a score of 5-1 to clinch the title.

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

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