Manchester Carmel Valley Boys U10 White team wins 2013 Carlsbad Cup

The Manchester Carmel Valley Boys U10 White team had an incredible weekend to win the 2013 Carlsbad Cup Tournament against RSF Attack in the final game. The boys won all their games, scoring a total of 17 goals while only receiving 3. The team is looking strong and looks forward to the upcoming season. Way to go Manchester!

Back row: Pierce Rosenblatt, Evan Doan, Aidan Nieman, Coach Ryan Penton, Ethan Schiffman; Front row: Andres Jaime, Tarek Hamideh, Filip Oliver, Dhruv Patravali, Nikhil Patel, Marc Begin, Connor Douglas.

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