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The West Coast Futbol Club boys U16 team won the Cal South National Cup Championship in Ventura on May 17, besting a field of 76 teams from throughout the southland.
The U16 team, which draws players from San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano, scored 24 goals while conceding only five over a 10-game stretch. They also had five shutouts.
The team will advance to compete in the Far West Regional Championship tournament in Boise, I.D. June 22-28.
San Clemente residents on the West Coast FC boys U16 team include defensemen Braden Zines and Trevor Denney.
San Clemente resident and Santa Margarita Catholic High School senior Mackenna Lamphere signed her National Letter of Intent to fence for Sacred Heart University as part of a signing day ceremony on campus in April.
Lamphere is a six-year saber fencer and has competed at the local, regional and national level. In 2013, she won the national medals in Division 2 and Division 3 at the United States National Fencing Championships.