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The San Clemente Surf soccer club has been busy competing in the summer tournament circuit and had teams earn several divisional wins over the past few weeks.
The club hosted their annual San Clemente Surf Classic tournament Aug. 22 and had two teams reach the winner’s circle. The club’s girls 11 team and the boys 12 team won their respective divisions, while the club’s boys 8 and boys 13 teams reached the championship games in their divisions.
The boys 12 team defeated LAFC Premier 4-2 in their championship game. The team includes: Chaz Mcdorman, Isaac Nixon, Justin O Donnell, Jack Mulan, Ben Cason, David Houmis, Timeus Truman, Roman Roel, Ryan Backer, Ryan Blair, Ryan Goodwin, Landon Seymour, Meelad Ahmjadi and Nathan Som.
The girls 11 team includes: Hayley Sandstrom, Addison Robertson, Delaney Belanger, Emma Griffin, Kayla Shanafelt, Zona Miller, Ella Voris, Kyla Brown, Kyle Franklin, Emmerson Stenlake, Hannah Gaerttner, Hayla Heindel, Marliana Coury, Summer Dobos and Beau Allred.
The club’s boys 8 and boys 9 teams also competed in San Diego Sept. 5-7 at the Notts Forrest Labor Day Tournament and took home the gold medals in their divisions.
Five San Clemente High School students recently helped form the Triton Rugby Club on campus and will field a team in the upcoming Southern California Youth Rugby’s high school league.
Zack Rose, Justin Proctor, Malcolm Pelham, Anthony Molfo and Brad Foreman all grew up competing in the San Clemente Gators Rugby Club and wanted to create a high school-level squad, according to Triton Rugby Club president Greg Foreman.
The Triton Rugby Club will begin their inaugural season in Dec. Check back to the San Clemente Times for more information in the coming weeks.