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Thunder storms past opponents

El Dorado Hills Thunder U12 girls soccer team celebrates its tourney win. Pictured with their medals are: back, left to right: Coach Steve Bonal, Brynn Thomas, Reagan Hunt, Taylor Gann, Kathryn Kramer, Madison Shepherd, Taylor Fine, Sydney Gunderson, Abby LaComb, Coach Steve Banks; front, left to right: Emily Fagundes, Kendall Banks, Kianna Bonal, Rachel Fong, Lexie Likins, Sophia Vardas, Jessica Wedworth. Courtesy photo

The El Dorado Hills Thunder U12 girls soccer team defeated the Petaluma Bulldogs in convincing fashion by a score of 4-0 on Aug. 19 to capture the second annual El Dorado Hills Soccerfest Tournament.

The Thunder played tenacious defense over the course of the two-day tournament allowing just two goals in four games. The balanced Thunder offense, sparked by a crisp ball-controlled passing attack, found the back of the net 19 times with seven different players scoring goals in the tournament. This marks the team’s third championship of the young season, having previously won first place at the CUFA Lake Tahoe Tournament and the Santa Cruz Breakers Tournament.

About EDHSC (www.edhsc.org)

For more than 28 years, the focus of the El Dorado Hills Soccer Club has been to develop, administer and promote an organized soccer program for the children of the greater El Dorado Hills community on a non-profit, volunteer basis.

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