Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue team wins Mesa All-Star tournament

The DMCV Sharks boys U8 Blue team, coached by Tom Bleakley and Jamsheed Attari, won their first tournament championship recently at the Mesa All-Star tournament.  The Sharks faced great competition and squeaked out a 1-0 victory in the semi-final match against Poway.  The Sharks went on to play PYSL in a nail-biting final that ended in a 1-1 tie.  The team maintained their composure and defeated PYSL in penalty kicks.

Team members: Xander Smick, Aidan Bleakley, Ryan Keel, Riley Leyva, Neil Dani, Neal Konganda, Mason Mackin, Kevin Wetherell, Holden Fletcher, Brayden Aires, Aiden Evans and Aidan Wojtkowski.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U8 Blue Team wins tournament division
  2. Sharks Boys U14 dominate MESA All-Star Tournament
  3. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks U10 Gold All-Star team finalists at Mesa All-Star Tournament
  4. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U9 White team wins Hotspurs Labor Day Soccer Tournament
  5. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U14 All Star soccer team tops at Mesa Tournament

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