Sharks GU13 team members are FC Sol Champions

Sharks GU13 recently won the FC Sol Championship. Top Row: Veronica Martinez de Pinillos, Lexi Schultz, Jasmine Chen, Julia Denissenko, Sophie Stein, Ryann Caspersen, Lindsey May, Megan Woelkers, Emma Galloway, Coach Brian Smith; Bottom Row: Lauren Rova, Amanda Tanaka, Lindsey Ewing, Maddie Yu, Hilda Kirmizi, Eiden Brewer, Sarah Kowack.

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