DMCV Sharks Boys U10 team wins Attack Summer Classic tournament

Congratulations to the DMCV Sharks BU10 White soccer team coached by John Burson. The team recently won the 2013 Attack Summer Classic tournament. The boys were undefeated scoring 16 goals and only letting one goal in. Good luck in the upcoming season.

Pictured left to right: Eli Sanchez, Stefano Brunetto, Luca Bombelli, Brady Gormley, Tommaso Lanza-Billetta, Colin O’Neal, Mateo Pacelli, Gage Goodemote, Hank Underwood, Charlie Mallery, Zack Van Den Einde, and Coach John Burson. Not pictured: Lucas Liu, Duncan Hawe, and Jackson Gibbons.

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