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EDH Hotspur great showing in Tahoe

HOTSPUR SELECT TEAM PLAYERS —€” Jordan Vice, Tyler Salcido, Zach Ayre, Austin Jarrard, MIchael Kujawa, Jacob O'Donnell and Caden Almer, back row left to right, along with Jameson Spitz, Dylan Whisenhunt, Ronny Henares, Brandon Hunt, Jacob Walter and JT Handen, front row left to right, battled their way to second place at a Truckee tournament. Not pictured are: Austin James, Stephen Bernard and Nick Grebe. Photo by Dave Whisenhunt
HOTSPUR SELECT TEAM PLAYERS —€” Jordan Vice, Tyler Salcido, Zach Ayre, Austin Jarrard, MIchael Kujawa, Jacob O'Donnell and Caden Almer, back row left to right, along with Jameson Spitz, Dylan Whisenhunt, Ronny Henares, Brandon Hunt, Jacob Walter and JT Handen, front row left to right, battled their way to second place at a Truckee tournament. Not pictured are: Austin James, Stephen Bernard and Nick Grebe. Photo by Dave Whisenhunt

El Dorado Hills Soccer Club U12 boys Hotspur Select Team coached by Chris Hunt competed in the “Fire in the Sky Tournament” in Truckee over the Labor Day weekend.

They played up an age group to U13 and battled against four competitive teams ranked 4th, 8th and 12th in the state of Nevada and brought home the second place trophy.

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