Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U14 Team wins Mesa All-Star Championship

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U14 All-Star team overcame a two-goal deficit to defeat the Vista Soccer Club All-Stars in an exciting final to the 30th Annual Mesa All-Star Tournament.  Late goals from Keaton Elvins and Conner Simpson drew the game level to force overtime and penalty kicks.  Successful conversions from strikers Ben Monks and Max Jackson, along with zero goals allowed by Matthew Anderson in the penalty kick round, capped off an exciting comeback and championship win.

Pictured with their Division 3 Champion Trophy: Back row (left to right): Head Coach Kevin Anderson, Coach Brian Monks, Ben Monks, Brad Liebermensch, Jon Shopes, Noah Monroy, Tanner Wyandt, Matthew Anderson, Camden Yu, Jonathan Kuo, Coach Paul Wyandt.  Front row (left to right): Liam Austin, Keaton Elvins, Ryan Parks, Erik Francis, Chris Shopes, Konner Kurtenbach, Max Johnson, Conner Simpson.

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