Sharks Girls U10 White team wins Hotspurs Labor Day Tournament 2013

Sharks Girls U10 White team wins Hotspurs Labor Day Tournament 2013

The Sharks Girls U10 White team won the Hotspurs Labor Day Tournament in San Diego, under the leadership of coach Armando Gutierrez. In an impressive team effort the girls scored 13 goals in four games. They were undefeated all weekend. During the entire tournament the girls allowed no goals scored against them.

Playing in the top flight, the Sharks GU10 team reached the finals beating CSC, San Diego SC Orange Scott and FC Boxers in bracket play. They battled San Diego SC Orange Scott again in the finals, winning 2- 0.

Back row, L – R: Coach Armando Gutierrez, Maggie Watts, Ava Salami, Brenda Bakhit, Carolina Nelson, Victoria Smitham, Asha Gidwani and Olivia Crosbie. Front row, L – R: Paige Parker, Bella Wilson, Alexis Greene, Leonie Glaesner and Kimberly Elliott.

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