SD Surf SC Girls Academy II U10 teams wins 2013 West Coast Futbol Classic Championship

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The SD Surf SC Girls Academy II U10 team won the 2013 West Coast Futbol Classic Championship for flight 2.  The girls went undefeated in four games, allowing only one goal the entire tournament.

Pictured (left to right) Back row: Abby Beamer, Caitlin Wilson, Lizzy Hood, Ashley Pham, Presely McDeavitt, Deming Wyer, Kaileigh Bolden.  Middle row: Corinne Wilson, Allison Luo, Grace Tecca, Mia Myers, Stormy Wallace. Front row: Riana Kitchen. Back row: Coach Steve Leacock.

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  3. Surf Boys U9 White Team wins West Coast Futbol Classic
  4. Surf BU11 Academy team wins 2013 West Coast Futsal Regional Tournament
  5. Surf Girls U9 Academy I wins 2013 U9 COPA Del Mar Championship

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