Albion Cup Champs!

San Diego Surf Soccer Club Girls Academy II U10 won the 2013 Albion Cup Championship in July. The girls had a great tournament, scoring 21 goals and allowing just two goals in five undefeated games in the Cup group.

Team members include (top row from left) Lizzy Hood, Presley McDeavitt, Ashley Pham, Coach Steve Leacock, Deming Wyer, Caitlin Wilson and Corinne Wilson, and (bottom row from left) Grace Tecca, Allison Luo, Olivia Mehran, Mia Myers, Stormy Wallace and Abby Beamer.

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