Shark Attack witnessed in Kearny Mesa area

Pictured: Top row, L-R: Coach Steve Timmons, Stoney Timmons, Reece Francke, Cole Wojtkowski, Ryan White, Coach Rob Anfuso, Trevan Martin, Marco Napolitano, Ryan Sanborn, Ben Anderson, Coach Rick Sanborn. Bottom row, L-R: Liam Conley, Jacob Anfuso, Sean Liu, Jason Heine, Josh Ziegel, Keaton Elvins, Keyan Zokaie (not pictured, Bobby Snigaroff).

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U12 All-Star team attacked again in the Mesa All-Stars Tournament, clinching their second straight tournament championship in as many weeks.  The BU12 team scored an amazing 35 goals in the Mesa tournament, giving up just two goals, with 11 different players scoring over their seven game outing.

Coach Rick Sanborn commented, “It was amazing to watch this group of recreational players, who have only been playing together for a couple weeks, to not only gel so quickly, but to play with such passion and execute flawlessly…it was simply spectacular!”

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