Undefeated Silver Strikers win 2012 Division 6 (U8) Girls Tournament

Front Row (L-R): Lucy Proul, Hailey Cho, Isabella Anfuso. Standing Row (L-R): Marissa Gaut, Ava Loizu, Julianna Caldarelli, Kira Abulhosn, Brooke Kenney, Milissa Reed, Joana Zaga, Rebecca Kim, Elyse Rova. Top Row (L-R) Coach Steve Gaut and Coach Robert Anfuso.

The Silver Strikers, coached by Robert Anfuso (head coach) and Stephen Gaut (assistant coach), recently won the 2012 DMCV Sharks Girls Division 6 (U8) Tournament.  The team also went undefeated throughout the regular season.  The Silver Strikers had an awesome season and demonstrated tremendous team spirit and sportsmanship.

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