Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U10 Gold Team wins Mesa Tournament

After a disappointing loss in the finals of the La Jolla All-Star tournament, the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks U10 girls Gold team, coached by Mike Nelson, Chris Chan and Randy Rechs, were able to clinch the title at the Mesa All-Star tournament recently.  The team played very well in both tournaments, coming together quickly after only a few short weeks of practices.

Back row (from left to right): Kyra Chan, Katie Rechs, Ashley Chammas, Katie Walling, Michaela Simble, Ava Sargent; Front row (from left to right): Carly Marks, Caitlin Tresse, Amber Smoot, Jaelyn Nelson, Talia Pearlman, and Shivanee Kooner.

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