Manchester Carmel Valley BU13 Gold Team finalists at Presidio Cup

Front Row, (L-R): Peter Nelson, Conner Hunt, Charlie Rose, Eli Colin, Blake Muchnick, Taylor Schaffer; Back Row, (L-R): Coach Rob Rose, Paul Bartlett, Tyler Masuda, Zach Evans, Connor Wood, Sean Bridges, Ethan Tao, Tyler Weinrich, Justin Diehl, and Coach Marc Muchnick

The Manchester Carmel Valley BU13 Gold Team made it to the finals of the Presidio Cup Tournament.  Playing in the stadium at Mira Mesa High School they battled against a strong Murrietta Surf team who was also their only loss in pool play.  Leading up to finals, Manchester Carmel Valley relied on scoring by Connor Wood, Blake Muchnick, Sean Bridges, and Paul Bartlett to secure their place in the finals.

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Valley Manchester BU11- Gold win Presidio League championship
  2. Carmel Valley Manchester BU13 Academy wins Presidio Soccer League AAA Division championship
  3. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team wins Carlsbad Cup
  4. Carmel Valley Manchester BU14 Finalists in Hot Spurs Tournament
  5. Carmel Valley Manchester U7 Boys team undefeated so far

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