La Jolla Impact Boys U11 are ‘Kick for Hope’ champs

Coach Jeffrey Taylor and the La Jolla Impact Boys U11 soccer team are on a winning streak! First, they won the Manchester Cup held mid-June at Miramar’s Hourglass fields. Last weekend, their winning streak continued, as they became the champions in their bracket at the Kick for Hope tournament in Chula Vista.

The team won all four games with a total of 16 goals, with zero goals scored on them.

“As a soccer coach, I like to empower youngsters through self-esteem and confidence,” Taylor said. “To me this is the key that equips every child to unlock and maximize their potential. All of the La Jolla Youth Soccer Club training sessions were created to give each player a desire and contagious enthusiasm.”

La Jolla Youth Soccer League will host its own soccer tournament during Labor Day weekend at Allen Field.

Team players include Kristofer Backlund, Devin Bale, Jaime Candau, Daniel Dessert, Leo Friedman, Lukas Fuster, Aditya Gupta, Rhys Jarvis, Ethan Kaplan, Jackson Kent, Chase Mullard, Kia Pousti, Nate Sabban, Enzo Tortelli and Aleksey Urmanov. Guest players include Remy Renard (PB Blast), Shane Browne (Albion SC) and Eric Peraza (La Jolla REC). Lorri Sabban

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