Surf BU10 White Team Surf Thanksgiving Cup finalists

Pictured (from left) 1st row: Jace Wasserman, Kai Walsh, Tejas Gupta, Leo Pereda, Mikey Sherlock, Anthony Cruz. Second Row: Coach Graves, Cristian Haymes, Michael Morse, Reid Hershey, Nate Witte, Isaac Franklin, Paul Cluskey.

Congratulations to the Surf Boys U10 White Team for making it to the finals in the Surf Thanksgiving Cup Tournament held Nov. 23 – 25. The team, coached by Montele Graves, played four hard games to make it to the championship. Congratulations on a great tournament!

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