Youth soccer teams bring home medals at Utah Summer Games
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Moab FC age 10 and under players (from left) Corbin Mays, Richard Shumway, Ryelan Denny, Dante Wells, Preston Priest, Arthur Hawks, Traedyn Brewer, Rafe Saunders, and coaches Jimmy Hawks, Patrick Scherer.
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The Prostar Moab youth soccer club entered three teams in the Utah Summer Games in Cedar City June 12-14.

Coaches said that despite some early close contested losses the Moab FC age 12 and under boys battled back to take the bronze medal.

Placed in the toughest bracket and playing with no substitutes the entire tournament, the Moab FC age 10 and under boys made it to the finals and brought home the silver medal.

The LGZ, Moab’s age 10 and under girls team arrived in CedarCity one player short of a full team but remained competitive in all of their matches, coaches said.

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