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).

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