Undefeated Carmel Valley 7th Grade Basketball Champions 2012

The Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito hosted another exceptional basketball season.  The Carmel Valley Bobcats ousted Rancho Santa Fe in the final game of the Big Eight Championship.

Back Row (left to right): Andy Brems, Tyler Lytle, Jordan Karam, Zach Green, Jake Schneider, Michael Gadinis, Andrew Bieler, Coach Tim Wade, Coach Sean Murray.

Front Row (left to right): Jake Edwards, Brenden Berry, Tye Alexander, Batisse Kashanchi, Nick Clapp.

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