Rotten Cheeseburgers Groms U9 triumph in lacrosse tourney

The Rotten Cheeseburgers “RC” Groms Under 9 Team won the Adrenaline Santa Barbara Lacrosse Tournament on June 20-22.

The Rotten Cheeseburgers “RC” Groms Under 9 Team won the Adrenaline Santa Barbara Lacrosse Tournament on June 20-22.

The Rotten Cheeseburgers “RC” Groms Under 9 Team won the Adrenaline Santa Barbara Lacrosse Tournament on June 20-22.

RC won all five games in their first tournament playing together. They defeated La Jolla Mad Dogs, LA Mavs, and Goon Lacrosse. RC Under 9 is coached by Bart Bolt and Paul Dohrenwend.

Pictured, bottom row (L-R): Owen Ebel, Carter Feinman, Mark Brown, Matthew Mannarino, Lincoln Herring, S.J. Dohrenwend, Parker Guiltinan, Jason Elliott, Carson Bauer, Ryland Roach.

Top row (L-R): Logan Hershey, Coach Bolt, Julian Sayin, Camden Keller, Benjamin Beacham, Lucas Faranacci, Aaron Bolt, James Duncan, Ben Trask, Dylan Friedland, Kyle Wisbach, Colin Fagan, Coach Dohrenwend.

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