THE WAKEFIELD Warriors Boys’ U19 soccer team celebrates their championship in the Amherst, New Hampshire’s 29th annual Memorial Day Classic. Pictured in the front row from left to right is coach Zach Fiore, Josh Goc, John Benoit, Anthony Pellegrino, Sean Letchford, Liam Bry, John Summers, Noah Wallace and Kevin Doherty. In the back row from left is coach Bob Bry, Eric Keefe, Steven Robinson, Aidan Lynch, Logan Cosgrove, Craig Hatfield, Jason Hubbard, Pat Collins, Anthony Vinciguerra and coach Kevin Cosgrove. Missing from photo: coach Liam Cosgrove. (Virginia Bry Photo)


AMHERST, NH — The Wakefield Warriors boys’ U19 soccer team recently won their bracket of Amherst, New Hampshire’s 29th annual Memorial Day Classic.
The Warriors went 5-0 over the three-day tournament.
They defeated Amherst, NH; North Kingstown, RI; Bangor, ME and Hudson, NH.
The Warriors scored 16 goals in their five games and surrendered just 3.
They started on Saturday with a 2-0 win over Amherst’s Hampshire United.
Two more victories came for the locals on Sunday, defeating Ocean State North Kingstown 6-1 and knocking off Bangor’s River City Athletics 3-1.


THE WARRIORS compete against Bangor’s River City Athletics in the championship game. Wakefield won the final in overtime, 2-1. Pictured from left to right is Anthony Pellegrino, Craig Hatfield, John Summers and Logan Cosgrove. (Virginia Bry Photo)


In the semifinals on Memorial Day, Wakefield shut out Hudson United Soccer Club 3-0.
The Warriors met River City again in the championship game on Memorial Day and beat them in overtime by a score of 2-1.
The team was mostly made up of Wakefield High soccer alums.