The Seacoast United U-18 girls' soccer team has won the Maine State Cup championship six out of the last seven years, which is a record for a Maine girls' premier teams and will be representing Maine at the 2013 Region 1 tournament in Kingston, R.I., starting July 27.
Front row (left to right): Cassie Darrow-Falmouth, Erin Smith-Gorham, Paige Tetu-Brunswick, Holly Rand-North Yarmouth, coach Kenny Hayner. Back row: Assistant coach Billy Meader, Katie Couture-Arundel, Emily Richard-Arundel, Hannah Kallis-Sanford, Taylor Leborgne-Scarborough, Maria Philbrick-Scarborough, Sarah Martens-Scarborough, Jessica Meader-Scarborough, Allison Hill-Brunswick, Megan Decker-Yarmouth, Julia Mitiguy-Cumberland, Kip Chipman-Brunswick, Paul Cameron, Seacoast United girls' director.
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