Carmel Valley’s Green Team

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

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