Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U10 team wins Legends Cup Championship

Above, l-r: Top Row: Warren Barton, Alex Glynn, Santeri Arimo, Liam Kelly, Robert Ronco, Brian Hanson, Luke Emri; Bottom Row: Dean Sandler, Santiago Gallego, Raul Sanchez , David Velediaz, Tye Barton.

The DMCV Sharks BU10 team, coached by Warren Barton, recently won the Legends Cup! The Legends Cup was a regional tournament held in Chino Hills, Calif., Jan. 18 – 20.  The team played five games, remained undefeated in the tournament, and outscored their opponents 21 to 2.

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