DMCV Sharks BU12 Gold team wins 2013 Coronado Holiday Cup

Players: Bottom, l-r: Chris Schultz, Daniel Leib, Jacob DiToro, Matty Bernstein, Ben Yanez, Ryan Mendez, Jake Bowden, Ian Crosbie, Aska Senoo, Shane Zeigler; Top, l-r: Coach Shea Travis, Nate James-Fortune, Kyle Blazer, Ryan Nakagawa, Chris Um, Jacob Levy, Luke Stratton, Ben Anderson.

The DMCV Sharks BU12 Gold are champions of the 2013 Coronado Holiday Cup, which was held Dec. 14-15.  They tied their first game and went undefeated the rest of the weekend, scoring 8 goals and allowing only 1.  The boys battled Nado in the final game, coming out on top with a 2-0 victory.

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  5. DMCV Sharks BU13 Gold champions at Nott’s Forest Labor Day Soccer Tournament

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