YORK — The U14 Pen Bay boys soccer team won the Harvest Cup for the fourth consecutive year in York on Oct. 12-14.
This year, the tournament victory was extra special for the team as the squad is aging out of the tournament and will be eligible for high school play next year.
Members of this year’s Harvest Cup team included Charlie Pons, Will Duke, Karl Hokkanen, Travis Dube, Miles Murray, Liam O’Dwyer, Vishal Mellor, Cam Brown, Eric LeBlond, Ryan Anderson, Owen Reynolds, Owen McManus, Harrison Garcia, Mason Clark and Quincy Messer. The team was coached by Scott Pons, Patrick Mellor and Dwight Pitcairn.
Pen Bay 4, Hampton Attack 0
Scoring for Pen Bay were Hokkanen, Pons (two) and Brown.
Pen Bay 7, Garrison City FC 0
Scoring for Pen Bay were Brown (four), Dube, LeBlond and Messer.
Pen Bay 7, Kennebunk 0
Scoring for Pen Bay were Brown (two), Mellor (two), Pons, Murray and O’Dwyer.
Pen Bay 3, Marshwood-Melino 1 (Semifinals)
Brown scored all three goals for Pen Bay.
Pen Bay 4, Hampden Attack 1 (Championship)
Scoring for Pen Bay were Brown (three) and McManus.
“It has been the highlight of the season for the last four years to attend the tournament in York,” said Pitcairn. “It is always fun to win but bonding between the players, parents, coaches and other teams is why we go. The weather was perfect and York Soccer Club again did a great job with hosting the tournament.”
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