Manchester Soccer players selected for Regional Championship

Selected players: Christian Gomez, Billy Garton, Vardhin Manoj, Kelee Cornfield, Sebastien Des Pres and Eric Cuellar.

Manchester Soccer club continues to produce Elite Soccer players who are being recognized both on a state and national level.

Six players from Manchester Soccer were selected from thousands of other hopefuls to represent Calsouth in the ODP Regional Soccer Championships in Las Vegas.

The Olympic Development Program selects the elite soccer players from all of Southern California. The players attend practices, camps and play in tournaments against the Elite players from other states.

The winners of this tournament will compete in the national championship in March.

The boys selected are Christian Gomez, Billy Garton, Vardhin Manoj, Kelee Cornfield, Sebastien Des Pres and Eric Cuellar.

“These players made the pool of 40 players initially and all then made the final 16 in their age groups. We are proud of their achievement and proud of them. They are all super soccer players and great kids ,and have shown great dedication and commitment to get where they are, they deserve this,” said Manchester Director of Coaching Billy Garton, who coaches five of the six players. The boys are pictured above prior to leaving for Las Vegas.

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  3. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys Under 13 Academy Team wins Carlsbad Cup
  4. Carmel Valley Manchester Boys U12 Academy Team champs
  5. Manchester team a cup finalist

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