Carmel Valley Wildcats Lacrosse Team beats Temecula

The Carmel Valley Wildcats Boys Middle School Lacrosse Team recently won the D1 Championship consolation game on June 2, beating Temecula 9-5.

Pictured: Top Row: Coach Neil Scott, Whit Sears, Owen Peterson, Cole Winship, Trent Katz, Luke Braun, Alderik Van der Hyde, Spencer Small, Coach Michael Watson; Middle Row: Dylan Ta, Jonah Karpman, Max McGuire, Nick Zimmer, Matthew Zimmer, Jake Wheeler; Bottom Row: Chad Brinza, Josh Sherman, RJ Putegnat; Not pictured:  Chase Bakkeby, Max Lyle, Hunter Smith, Zach Friedland, Henry Alter.

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