Carmel Valley Manchester U7 Boys team undefeated so far

Coach Denis Sweeney with Manchester U7 boys (back row left to right): Carter Feinman, Eddie Douek, Nicholas Becerra, Spencer Reckles, Hans Zwerenz and Andrew Abeles. Front Row from left to right: Brayden Aires, Noah Benhaim, Diego Orosco, Tyler Kersey and Britain Kowalchek.

The Carmel Valley Manchester U7 Boys team is on a roll, going undefeated so far this season. In their undefeated run, they have scored 19 goals and only had one goal scored against them.

At one of their latest games on Saturday, Sept. 22, Manchester scored eight goals to best the Del Mar Sharks, including four by Carter Feinman, three from Diego Orosco and one by Andrew Abeles.

The Manchester U7 team, coached by Denis Sweeney, is part of the well-established developmental program and has provided a basis for establishing a core of players who were able to progress to play on the Manchester BU8 Academy team in the following season.

Sweeney is always looking for new players who show early promise and want some competitive experience at a younger age. If interested, contact dsweeney4@san.rr.com.

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Valley Manchester BU11- Gold win Presidio League championship
  2. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team wins Carlsbad Cup
  3. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys U12 Academy Team champs
  4. Manchester Soccer Club Boys U8 Academy team wins another tournament
  5. Manchester team wins Cup

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