Sharks

The champion Sharks include front row, left to right: Sydney Wootten and Melissa Lowder, middle row: Hailey Harbison, Huli De Armas, Crystal Cordova, Maegan Gibson, Angel Meriweather and Jordan Sanders. Back row: Coach Felicia Kappes, Gianna Montini, Hannah Keogh, Dominique DeCoy, Samantha Staab, Shelby Lee, Kirsten McBeai and Natalie Saddic.

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