Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Girls U12 Smith team wins FC Sol Invitational

Congratulations to the DMCV Sharks Girls U12 Smith who took first place in the 2014 FC Sol Invitational Tournament held May 31-June 1.  They went undefeated scoring 23 goals at the tournament and winning in the final against FC Sol Kirkland.  Way to go Sharks U12 Smith! Picture above: Bottom Row: Lily Spence; Middle Row(L-R): Ellie Ballard, Elizabeth Emberger, Skyler Williams, Lily Ellingson, Liz Trask, Talia Nakata, Lilly Lynch; Top Row (L-R) Isabel Teren, Megan Keel, Quinn Lagerson, Ainsley Gibson, Sydney Sanchez, Maggie Gillcrist, Delaney Diltz and Coach Brian Smith

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