Undefeated 7th grade Carmel Valley Middle School Bobcats win Championship

The undefeated 7th grade Bobcats basketball team of Carmel Valley Middle School won the 2013 Boys and Girls of San Dieguito Big Eight Sports Conference Championship on Feb. 28. Pictured from left to right, bottom:  Caleb Longley, Justin Shimizu, Aaron Acosta, Kevin Kampfer, Chad Bailey, Peter Nelson, Chris Koo. Top:  Alex Cho, Jude Atiya, M.J. Metz, Ryan Langborg, Colin Springer, Coach David Alvarado.

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