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The NFL SOC Buffalo Bills won the age 11-13 division championship on June 13. Photo: Courtesy
The NFL SOC Buffalo Bills won the age 11-13 division championship on June 13. Photo: Courtesy

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Youth Football

The NFL Flag South Orange County Buffalo Bills won the age 11-13 division championship on June 13, finishing the year with a perfect 9-0 record.

The team won their semifinal game, 34-0, before winning the championship match, 24-12, at San Juan Hills High School.

San Clemente residents on the team included: Jack Sweeney, J.J. Peters, Kevin Kohl, Sean Matzinger, Brady Hicks and Max Hicks. The team was coached by Chris Sweeney and Rich Matzinger.

Participants in the Friends of San Clemente Foundation golf tournament take part in a putting contest on June 26. Photo: Courtesy
Participants in the Friends of San Clemente Foundation golf tournament take part in a putting contest on June 26. Photo: Courtesy

Golf Fundraiser

The Friends of San Clemente Foundation held their annual golf tournament at the San Clemente Municipal Golf Course on June 26, raising an estimated $20,000 for their Fun on the Run recreation program.

The Fun on the Run program is a traveling bus, filled with sports equipment that makes its way to city parks and events so children can play a wide variety of sports for free.

The tournament’s perpetual sports club trophy was awarded to members representing the San Clemente Little League for a fourth consecutive year.

 

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