Sharks Gold U10 Team wins Mesa Tournament Championship

From top left: Assistant Coach Steve Moglia, Andie Gately, Megan Moglia, Renza Milner, Galit Fux, Kyra Chan, Lily Khabie, Kana Jackson, Coach Brandon Poe. From bottom left: Alexa Laurie, Erin Poe, Ainsley Jackman, Emma Levy.

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls Under 10 All Star team finished their undefeated all star careers with a 2-1 victory over Encinitas in the championship match at the Mesa All Star Tournament on Dec. 8-9.  During the past two tournaments, the Sharks Gold team scored 31 goals and allowed only four. A special thank you to the parents, Erin Misaki and Shannon MacMillan for their positive attitude and tremendous support. But all the credit goes to the players who worked so hard as a team on the field and became great friends off the field.

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