Surf Girls U11 team semifinalist at Rebels Tournament

Surf Girls U11:  Semifinalist in the Rebels Tournament.   Pictured:  standing in back: Coach Gabe Arrendondo.  Back row:  Gabriella Grust, Aba Dunbar, Alyza Eckhardt, Bella Grust, Megan McCrink, Hillary schroeder, Alainna Butcher, Daniela Chavira, Samantha Duggan.  First row:  Angelica Claiborne, Ashlin Thompsen, Dorian Savage.  Laying in front:  Lorena Villa, Angelina Perritano. Not shown: Angelise Silva.


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