DMCV Sharks Girls U9 White Team Rancho Santa Fe Attack finalists

Bottom row, from left: Brooke London; middle row: Emma Levy, Audrey Davidson (team mascot), Delaney Ballard; top row: coach Shannon MacMillan, Catalina MacFarland, Claire Cunningham, Shelby Jones, Kylie Jones, Isabella Bombelli, Ellie Davidson, Mackenna Diltz and Lauren Jacobs

Congratulations to the DMCV Sharks Girls U9 White Team, who were finalists in the 2013 Rancho Santa Fe Attack tournament held on Aug. 17-18.

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  3. DMCV Sharks Girls U8 White team Champions at Rancho Santa Fe Attack Classic soccer tournament
  4. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U11 White team wins West Coast Futbol Classic Soccer Tournament
  5. DMCV Sharks Boys U10 team wins Attack Summer Classic tournament

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