Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU10 Gold team wins Copa Del Mar Championship

DMCV Sharks

The DMCV Sharks BU10 Gold team won the Copa Del Mar Championship for their bracket against Albion (2 vs 0) on July 29.

(Standing) Coach Fernando Cuenca; Back Row: Erick Soria, Brady Burnett, Andy Leonard, Justin Romine, Trevor Cai, Dylan Gleason; Front Row: Sean Zielinski, Umit Suri, Cole Haimer, Brian Soriano, Gabe Panikowski.

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