Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U11 team wins Las Vegas Cup Championship

Bottom Row: Will Hager, Colin Duff, Ben Antoniades, Jacob Levy, Mick Davey, Jack Farfel, Jesse Yu; Top Row: Lucas Corbosiero, Christopher Tonelli, Owen Underwood, Elad Ben-Moshe, Brandon Kaleta, Jinwoo Kang, AJ Morgan, Zennon Chatwin Not Pictured; Kyle Blazer; Coach: Not pictured; Roy Ashcroft, Assistant Coach; Adam Antoniades.

The Boys U11 White team went undefeated all weekend, scoring 15 goals and only allowing only 2 to win the recent Las Vegas Cup Championship.

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  3. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U12 Team wins the All-Stars Triple-Crown
  4. Del Mar Sharks U10 Boys Win FC Sol Soccer Tournament
  5. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU10 Gold team wins Copa Del Mar Championship

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