Torrey Pines JVs go undefeated in Summer Classic

The Torrey Pines Falcons JV basketball team went undefeated to win the Prime Sports Summer Classic JV Tournament at West Hills High School on July 18. Back row, left to right, Coach JJ Brull, Chris Kurylo, Sean Haratyk, Jacob Alsadek, Brian Cuff, James Nasella, Andrew Tseng, Sam Worman, and Coach John Moore; front row, left to right, Michael Yanofsky, Dane Alzate, Griffin Jimenez, Zack Wagner, Alec Wulff and Josh Hillebrand.

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