Girls U9 Sharks place first in RSF Attack Tournament

Bottom row, from left: Isabel Bruce, Ani Ajamian, Zoe Garrett, Joana Zaga, Ashley Hayase, Jasmine Criqui; top row: Milissa Reed, Marissa Gaut, Kylie Hagio, Sarah Niehart, Natalie Christmore, Jamison Ruff, coach Dustin Hammond

The DMCV Sharks Girls U9 Blue team recently took first place in the Bronze 1 Division of the Rancho Santa Fe Attack Summer Classic. After three strong games of pool play, the girls secured a spot in the Sunday final game, where they defeated Nott’s Forest 1-0.

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1 Comment for “Girls U9 Sharks place first in RSF Attack Tournament”

  1. Grandma Bruce

    Way to go girls! Great job Coach. Congratulations to all. {hugs}

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