DMCV Sharks GU10 Silver finalists at La Jolla Labor Day Classic tournament

The DMCV Sharks GU10 Silver team made it to the finals at the recent La Jolla Labor Day Classic tournament.

Coached by Corey Harvey, the girls were undefeated all weekend up to the final game against Vista Storm that ended in overtime with Vista winning by a score of 2-1.

Team members: (l-r) Coach Corey Harvey, Mila Kennedy, Ellery Wakeman, Andie Gately, Cisilya Martinez, Alexis Guilliams, Emma Fitzgerald, Angela Francis, Katherine Cunningham, Rachael Schnider, Emilie La Saux, Sara Hamadeh, Libby Wilson.

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