Three TPHS Soccer Teams win a preseason tournament

The TPHS Freshman Soccer Team took home the North County championship trophy.

The 2013 boys soccer season is off to a great start at Torrey Pines with all three teams winning a preseason tournament. Both JV and Varsity squads won their respective Grossmont Tournament flights and the freshman took home the North County championship trophy.

The TPHS Varsity Soccer Team won its Grossmont Tournament flight.

Coach Hargreaves said he feels that the program has a great deal of young talent coming through the ranks in spite of the fewest number of freshmen trying out for TP Soccer in his 17-year tenure as head coach.

“A winning start is always the dream way to begin the season and having all three squads start as champions is awesome,” Hargreaves said.

The TPHS Junior Varsity Soccer Team won its Grossmont Tournament flight.

Coach Hargreaves went on to say that, “All three levels have talent and our program always prides itself on team chemistry and a winning mentality. We represent the school with the highest amount of respect for the legacy of success and quality that has been at Torrey over the years.”

Related posts:

  1. CCA Boys Varsity Soccer Team Grossmont Tournament finalists
  2. Torrey Pines JV soccer team tops at tournament
  3. Torrey Pines boys soccer teams enjoy winning seasons
  4. Manchester Boys U10 win Notts Memorial Day Soccer Tournament
  5. Surf B-U9 Premier team second at SoCal Cup soccer tournament

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