Del Mar Carmel Valley Boys U12 White Team wins Albion Cup Championship

Del Mar Carmel Valley Boys U12 White Team are Albion Cup Champions! The boy’s went undefeated all weekend scoring 17 goals and only allowing 4 to win their division.

Top Row: Coach Roy Ashcroft, Jesse Yu, Ben Antoniades, Jinwoo Kang, Brandon Kaleta, Owen Underwood, AJ Morgan, Zennon Chatwin, Will Hager; Bottom Row: Ryan Levy, Colin Duff, Christopher Tonelli, Jack Farfel, Elad Ben-Moshe, Mick Davey, Matt Levy.

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  4. Sharks Gold U10 Team wins Tournament Championship
  5. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys Under 10 team win championship

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