The FSC Riptide U-15 boys' soccer team, featuring several players from Forecaster Country, won its division at the Needham (Mass.) tournament over Memorial Day weekend.
The team consists of Falmouth's David Costello, Nigel Dunn, Hayden Farr, Andrew Muscadin, Harrison Pearl, Olin Rhoads, Nick Sanzari and Evan Villacci, Portland's Riley Brennan and Yarmouth's Topher Pidden, as well as Devin Day, Kent Mohlar, Patrick Sanderson, Chris Beckwith, Jason Nielsen, Jeffrey Pollard, Tyler Skvorak, Gene Gumaer, Connor Perry, Ryan Lutrzkwoski, Austin Farwell, Cam Tracy and head coach Ron Giroux and assistant coach Josh Muscadin.
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