Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U11 White team wins Carlsbad Cup

Bottom row, from left: Amber McCorkle, Charli Davey, Alexa Federman, Madison “Brenna” Atchley, Olivia Mahan, Theresa Stevens, Madysen Magbanua, Chloe Alexander; top row, Alexandra Schmidt, Jordan Naughton, Vanessa Komar, coach Gernot Komar, Anna Bliss, Caroline Alleyne, Dana Zamat Not pictured: Samantha Smigliani.

This past weekend, led by Coach Gernot Komar, the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U11 White repeated as Carlsbad Cup champions.

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