December 4, 2012

Maine Milestones

Two teams from the Seacoast United Maine Soccer Club will represent New England in the United Soccer League's Super Y North American championships, which will be held Dec. 7-11 at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

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Both teams qualified by winning their age groups in regional competitions this summer. The U-15 girls went 11-2-1 in regional competition, the U-13 boys went 10-2-1.

The U13 boys' roster includes Carson Atherly and Eli Clein of Bangor; Timothy Baker of Portland; Calvin Barber and Quinn Hewitt of Cape Elizabeth; Hayes Estrella, Noah Niles, Chase Pierce and Cameron Twombly of Saco; Jackson Fotter of Gorham; Bryce Hayman of Gray; James Hutchinson of Topsham; Garrett King of Scarborough; Sebastian Lindner-Liaw of South Portland; Ryan Moody of Steep Falls; Jonathan Nutter of Cumberland; Schuyler Parkinson and Jonah Spiegal of Falmouth; Kyle Townsend of Hampden; and Tyler Welch of Hermon. The coaches are Martyn Keen of Cape Elizabeth and Steve Twombley of Saco.

The U15 girls' roster includes Kathryn Clark of Cape Elizabeth; Allison Coon of Cumberland; Anna Cowan of Brunswick; Tori Daigle of Dayton; Hannah Donovan of Falmouth; Katherine Hopkins of Gorham; Katherine Kirk and Samantha Sparda of Scarborough; Kate Kneeland, Melissa Morton, Elizabeth Mycock, Jordan Sargent, Jenna Soucy, Cassie Symonds and Shannon Valente of Windham; Mia Lambert of North Yarmouth; Elizabeth Lane of Parsonfield; Abby Maker of Naples; Roshelle Morrison of Limerick; Alyssa Weigle of Kennebunk and Meaghan Wells of Portland. The coach is James Blackwell of Cumberland.

 

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