Surf Academy Girls U8 team wins Surf Thanksgiving Tournament

Front row, L to R: Lily Gano, Elly Van Den Einde, Kira Carney, Cybiehl Padre, Diana Loera; Middle row, L to R: Mia Vassilovski, Anya Van Den Einde, Sevrin Kaese, Mia Savage, Eva Thomsen-Marr; Back row: Coach Steven Leacock (game coach); Missing: Nadira Haddach, Coach Gabe Arrendondo (team coach).

The Surf Academy Girls U8 team went undefeated in the Surf Thanksgiving Tournament, held Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, to capture the championship for its age group.  They played an amazing final game, winning 4-2 against formerly undefeated Legends FC to take the Cup.

Related posts:

  1. Surf Academy Girls U8 team tops at San Diego Premier Classic Soccer Tournament
  2. San Diego Surf SC Girls U7 Academy I team wins San Diego Premier Classic tournament
  3. Surf GU8 Academy I team finalists at 2013 Blues Cup
  4. SD Surf SC Girls Academy II U10 team wins 2013 Santa Barbara Cup
  5. SD Surf SC Girls Academy II U10 team wins 2013 Notts Forest Cup

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