Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks U9 Blue team tops at Tournament

Congratulations to the Del Mar Carmel Valley  Sharks U9 Blue team who took first place in the 2013 FC Sol Invitational Tournament, held June 1-2 in San Marcos.  The team won all three rounds of bracket play as well as the final against the FC Sol Black.

(Above) Bottom Row (L-R): Joana Zaga, Kylie Hagio, Ashley Hayase, Ani Ajamian; Top Row (L-R): Marissa Gaut, Milissa Reed, Natalie Christmore, Zoe Garrett, Sarah Niehart, Isabel Bruce, Jasmine Criqui, Jamison Ruff. Coach:  Dustin Hammond

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue Team wins tournament division
  2. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U14 All Star soccer team tops at Mesa Tournament
  3. Sharks Girls U13 Blue Team tops at Manchester Cup
  4. Undefeated Silver Strikers win 2012 Division 6 (U8) Girls Tournament
  5. Carmel Valley youth wins Padres’ Pitch, Hit & Run Competition

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