Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU9-Gold team wins title of Presidio League Champions

Coach Fernando Cuenca, with, L-R, top row: Colin O’Neal, Duncan Hawe, Nikhil Sonthalia, Alejandro Grillo. Bottom Row: Praneet Varade, Jackson Gibbons, William Jou, Benjamin Hong, Samuel Trakman

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU9-Gold team won their final season game on Nov. 17.  It was a hard fought game, but the Sharks emerged victorious 2-1 over the Chula Vista Rangers, thus clinching the title as Presidio League Champions for the 2012 season in the competitive Green South 01 division.

The Sharks, coached by Fernando Cuenca, wrapped up their season with a 12-2 record.  Through the 14-game season, the Sharks only allowed 11 goals while scoring a total of 47 goals.  On the final game, the winning goal came from a perfectly placed corner kick set up by Duncan Hawe that was headed directly into the goal by WIlliam Jou.  Now that the Presidio season has concluded, the Sharks are getting ready for competition in the State Cup in January.

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