DMCV Sharks Girls Div 3 Tournament Champions

Congratulations to Coach Andy Marks, Coach JC Duncan and the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Division 3 Girls All Star Soccer team for winning both the Girls Div 3 U14 La Jolla and Mesa All Star Soccer Tournaments (team championship photos above). In both tournaments the team demonstrated great offense and defense with 38 goals scored and only 3 goals scored against.  Coach Andy Marks, JC Duncan and their Division 3 All Star Team are to be congratulated for their incredible display of teamwork, skilled play both offensively and defensively and outstanding sportsmanship. This is the second year in a row that this team won the La Jolla tournament and the fourth year in a row that they won the Mesa tournament.

Tournament Schedules and Stats:

La Jolla Tournament: Sharks vs La Jolla: W 6-0, Sharks vs. CSC: W 7-1, Sharks vs PQ: W 2-1 Overtime Sudden Death, Championship:  Sharks vs CSC: W 6-0.

Mesa Tournament:  Sharks vs PQ: W 2-0, Sharks vs Vista: L 0-1, Sharks vs Solana Beach: W 4-0, Sharks vs Valley Center: W 2-0, Sharks vs Tierrasanta: W 5-0, Championship:  Sharks vs Vista: W 4-0

Sharks Girls Div 3 All Star Champions:

Sara Anderson, Anya Bouzida, Taylor Chmelka, Amelia Clayton, Cameron Doheny, Sela Duncan, Tamar Ervin, Sharon Kravzov, Inde Lauer, Charlotte Maher, Emma Marks, Miranda Rafner, Camryn Ramseyer, Caitlin Sansone, Arielle Shahrabani, Christine Shoemaker, Addie Stewart

Related posts:

  1. DMCV Sharks Girls U8 White team Champions at Rancho Santa Fe Attack Classic soccer tournament
  2. Sharks Gold U10 Team wins Mesa Tournament Championship
  3. Sharks Gold U10 Team wins Tournament Championship
  4. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U14 All Star soccer team tops at Mesa Tournament
  5. Sharks Girls U10 White team wins Hotspurs Labor Day Tournament 2013

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