Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue Team wins tournament division

The Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue Team captured first place in the La Jolla All Stars Tournament held Dec. 1-2. The boys battled the Sharks U8 Gold Team for the 2-1 championship win. It was a hard fought game, and both teams proudly represented the Sharks club. From bottom (l-r): Colin Poe, Brad Parsons, Peter Fregoso, Trent Fallon, Adam Esses, Cole Nakata. From top (l-r): Coach Gary Farinacci, Quinn Spieker, Winston Clayton, Andrew (AJ) Elliott, Tyler Hall, William Tsukada, Lukas Farinacci. Missing: Coach Brandon Poe.

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