Sharks BU9 team tops at Copa Cup

Alessandro Cauvi, Brady Burnett, Brian Soriano, Cody Smith, Dylan Gleason, Erick Soria, Jake Silverman, Julian Stern , Brian Hong and Umit Singh Suri.

The Boys under nine (BU9) team from the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks team, coached by Fernando Cuenca, won their division at the Copa del Mar Cup last Sunday by defeating the Rancho Santa Fe Attack White team in the annual Copa Del Mar tournament. Team members pictured at left include (no order): Alessandro Cauvi, Brady Burnett, Brian Soriano, Cody Smith, Dylan Gleason, Erick Soria, Jake Silverman, Julian Stern , Brian Hong and Umit Singh Suri. Not pictured are Rodrigo Zavala and Elad Anbar.

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