Carmel Valley Winter 2012 5th and 6th Grades Boys Division Champions

The Hawks basketball team captured the Carmel Valley Youth Recreational Basketball League Championship for the boys 5th and 6th grades division.

Demonstrating outstanding  hustle and teamwork, the Hawks earned a hard-fought 41-39 victory in the championship game on March 7. The Hawks were undefeated with a 10-0 record in a 10-team division.

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Valley Winter 2011 Open third- and fourth-grade boys division champions
  2. Undefeated Carmel Valley 7th Grade Basketball Champions 2012
  3. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks are Division 5 Tournament Champions
  4. CCA Water Polo 2011 Valley League Champions
  5. Sockers wrap up Western Division after blowout win against TJ

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