Carmel Valley Middle School Girls — undefeated season!

Undefeated CVMS “Green Team”: Top: Jackie Busch, Lori Purcell, Chelsea Lloyd, AC Kaseberg, Grace Carter, Katie Gitre, Allie Omens, Alyssa Stevenson; Bottom: Devon Doheny, Bridget Sway, Jena Rasmussen, Mikayla Kappes, Callie Petrey-Juarez, Nicole Buckley, Katie Lynn

The Carmel Valley Middle School Girls “Green Team,” under Coach Jackie Busch, celebrate a perfect season by winning the San Dieguito Union Middle School District Soccer Championship.  The Green Team was undefeated during both the regular season and the play-offs, dominating the other schools by shutting out every single opponent faced.   Goaltender Katie Lynn and her iron-curtain defense (Grace Carter, Katie Gitre) did not allow one goal all season.  This incredible accomplishment was aided by a very talented and fast offensive attack led by Lori Purcell, Mikayla Kappes, AC Kaseberg and Devon Doheny.

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