Blue Lightning Girls Soccer Team tops at tournament

Congratulations to the Blue Lightning Girls Soccer Team for winning the Sharks Division 5 Rec. Tournament!  Great job girls!

Front Row:  Jenny Hu, Kylie Luo, Ashley Chammas, Amber Smoot, Molly Varela, Lily Khabie, Shea Kangleon.

Back Row:  Michaela Simble, Mason Usselman, Ella Sherman, Kaylen Powers, Maya Janese, Coach Josh Sherman. Missing from Photo:  Asst. Coach Greg Kangleon

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