Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks U12 All-Star Championship winners

Top Row, L-R: Coach Rick Sanborn, Keaton Elvins, Ben Anderson, Cole Wojtkowski, Reece Francke, Josh Ziegel, Ryan Sanborn, Ryan White, Stoney Timmons, Coach Steve Timmons. Bottom Row: Keyan Zokaie, Liam Conley, Trevan Martin, Jason Heine, Sean Liu, Bobby Snigaroff, Jacob Anfuso (missing: Marco Napolitano).

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U12 All-Star team won the 4th Annual La Jolla All-Stars Tournament in striking fashion.  The team went undefeated over five games and outscored their opponents 25-3, with eight different players participating in the scoring.

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