Surf Boys Under 13 soccer team champions at Surf Thanksgiving tournament

Surf Boys Under 13 soccer team.

Congratulations to the Surf Boys Under 13 soccer team who took home the Championship trophy in the Surf Thanksgiving tournament last weekend.

Coached by Paul Curry, the boys had five tough games, beating the DMS11 team from Westlake Village, the Arizona SC 2000 Thunder, the Mountain View SC Jaguars from Northern California, the De Anza Force team from Northern California, and finally beating the Pateadores team from LA 1-0 in the finals.

Related posts:

  1. Manchester Soccer Club Boys U8 Academy team wins another tournament
  2. Surf Boys U-9 Premier team tops at tournament
  3. Surf B-U9 Premier team second at SoCal Cup soccer tournament
  4. Surf BU9 White Team Soccer in the Sand finalists
  5. Surf B-U9 White Team finalists at Albion Cup Soccer Tournament

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