DMCV Boys U12 White Team Carlsbad Coastal Champions


The DMCV Sharks wrap up their summer tournament schedule with a Championship trophy to take home from the Carlsbad Wave Coastal Classic Tournament. The boys battled all weekend and went undefeated, allowing only two goals and moving on to win the Championship in PK’s.

Bottom: Colin Duff, Ryan Levy, Mick Davey, Jack Farfel, Matt Levy, Elad Ben-Moshe, Zennon Chatwin; Top: Asst. Coach Adam Antoniades, AJ Morgan, Jinwoo Kang, Ben Antoniades, Owen Underwood, Brandon Kaleta, Will Hager and Head Coach, Roy Ashcroft.
Not pictured: Jesse Yu, Christopher Tonelli.

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