The U-10 Seacoast Mariners North (Foley) soccer team played in the Coastal Summer Challenge earlier this month at Bowdoin College. There were a total of 192 soccer teams represented from Maine and New Hampshire. Mariners North (Foley) scored the second-highest amount of goals with 27 (Gus Silverman had nine of them), missing the out on the title by one goal.
Front row (from left): Coach Paul Foley, Garrett Cossette, Gus Silverman, Cody Cleaveland.
Back row: Gavin Loupe, Simon Paledzki, Alex Hembree, Aidan Foley.
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