Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Gold All-Star team shines at La Jolla All-Star Tournament

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Gold All-Star team

The Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Gold All-Star team were runners up in the La Jolla All-Star Tournament recently.  The Under-10 boys played extremely well together in their first tournament together.  They endued pouring rain and cold temperatures on Saturday and then emerged victorious on a penalty-kick thrilling win on Sunday that catapulted them into the elimination round.  Congratulations to Sharks U10 Gold team!

Front Row (from left):  Tyler Hall, A.J. Elliott,  Lukas Farinacci, Brandon Choy, Brad Parsons, Jackson Pool; Middle Row (from left):  Elijah Campbell, Jaxton Blodgett, Teo Reyes, Brenden Barry, Aron Einbinder, Will Tsukada; Back Row (from left):  Coach Chris Reyes, Coach Gary Farinacci.

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  3. Sharks Gold U10 Team wins Tournament Championship
  4. Del Mar Sharks BU12 Gold team wins Copa Del Mar Tournament
  5. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U14 All Star soccer team tops at Mesa Tournament

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