Carmel Valley Cyclones U10 Flag Football Champions


From back to front and left to right: Coach Mike Silva, Coach Miles Bailey, Coach Rob Powell, Keith Larson TE, Jake Silva TE/T, Nate Charles RB, Seamus O’Connell QB, Jimmy Olivas WR, Quentin Yroz RB, Joseph Schmitt C, Clayton Knight NT, Alex Bowden RB. Not pictured: Devin Gumb T, Jaden Eldridge T

The Carmel Valley age 10 and under flag football team won the Coastal Division Championship on Dec. 4 and were runner ups for the entire city of San Diego on Dec. 11.

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  2. Area team wins flag football tournament
  3. American Youth Football League’s Carmel Valley Dons launched
  4. Carmel Valley Dons Jr. Midget Division 1 Football Team fights back to win
  5. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks are Division 5 Tournament Champions

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Dec 24, 2010. Filed under Carmel Valley, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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