Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks U10 Gold All-Star team finalists at Mesa All-Star Tournament

The Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks U10 Gold All-Star team were finalists in the Mesa All-Star Tournament this past weekend.  The boys played their hearts out through the first six games, scoring 9 goals on their opponents and only giving up 1 goal before squaring off with a very tough team from Poway in the Championship Game.   This is the second week in a row that these 12 boys from Carmel Valley have made it to the Championship game of the local San Diego soccer tournament!   Thanks to the great coaches for an awesome all-star season and congratulations again to Sharks U10 Gold team!

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

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