Manchester’s U8 boys

(Left to right): Logan Hershey, Daniel White, Juan Pablo Carillo, Cesar Leal, Brayden Mazepa, Laird Tassara, Erik Risher, Cole Nakazawa, Brenan Klein, Gustavo Sauerbronn, Colin Blunt. The team was coached by Manchester’s DOC Billy Garton.

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