The Seacoast United Maine Fusion U-15 girls’ soccer team recently won Seacoast Summer Challenge tournament for the second year in a row. They outscored their opponents 13-0 in four games. They also won the state championship for the third time in the past four years and will represent Maine at the Region 1 tournament in Barboursville, W. Va. The team is coached by Paul Cameron and Su Delguerico.
Front row (left to right) Caroline Matteo (Camden), Marissa Duncan (Springvale), Megan Decker (Yarmouth), Taylor Littlefield (Sanford), Kip Chipman (Brunswick), Paige Tetu (Brunswick) and Julia Mitiguy (Cumberland).
Back row: Sarah Ingraham (Cumberland), Shannon Folan (Gorham), Alison Hill (Brunswick), Caton Beaulieu (N Yarmouth), Holly Rand (N Yarmouth), Clara Bosco (Freeport), Sonja Roberts (Bowdoinham), Gabby Morris (Cumberland) and Cassie Darrow (Falmouth).
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