Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks G99 Blue team wins Championship

The DMCV  Sharks G99 Blue team recently won the Poway Country Shootout Bronze Division championship. (Above) The team with the medals and trophy: Back row, left to right: Coach Philippe Bodnar, Alexandra Bleakley, Emma Ellingson, Kendall Platt, Sonsoles Ramirez, Courtney Jackson, Marisa Mitchell and Alexis Flores; Middle row, left to right: Kaitlyn Krueger, Grace Mendes, Sarah Wagner, Ryan Poe, Kalaina Anderes, and Olivia Seidel;  Front row, left to right: Isabella Jou, Sophie Nauss and Emma Pacelli; Not pictured: Kate Thomas.

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