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Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Encinitas

Quarterback Sandy Plashkes broke away for an 84-yard touchdown, the game’s only touchdown. Photo by Anna Scipione

For a second straight week, Cathedral Catholic trailed late in the second half. And for a second straight week, the Dons came from behind to win.

Timothy Semenza kicked a late field goal to lead the Dons to an 8-7 come-from-behind victory over local rival Torrey Pines in a nonleague game on Sept. 12.

Semenza’s 21-yarder came with just 3:28 left in the game. Semenza also kicked a 41-yarder in the second quarter that broke a scoreless tie.

Tyler Ormsby hired as new head coach for Canyon Crest Academy water polo in Carmel Valley

Tyler Ormsby

Canyon Crest Academy Boys Water Polo starts the 2014 season with a new head coach.

Local volleyball players shine at Cal Cup Tournament

Shane Pass

Volleyball players Shane Flannery (above), age 12, from Solana Beach, and his partner from Carlsbad, Shane Graff, also 12, competed in the Cal Cup Tournament in Manhattan Beach on Labor Day as the representatives of San Diego for their age group.

Borussia Del Mar enjoys first summer of tournament soccer

The BDM boys U-9 team — winners of the club’s first championship, the Crown City Classic in Coronado.

Local soccer club Borussia Del Mar (BDM) enjoyed its first summer of competitive soccer by entering three tournaments.

Surf Academy Select ​B​U8 team wins championship

Back Row, Left to Right: Gabreil Oksanen, Shane Sullivan, Imari Rodriguez, Noah Benhaim, Jacquel Ferguson, Maxim Scordo, Jose Morales, Lucas Carlson, Ruben Suzara, Julian Gil. Front Row, Left to Right: Pete Phainual, Declan Cadden, Cole Loizu.

The Surf Academy Select ​B​U8 Boys are ready to kick off an amazing season!

Del Mar Powerhouse 13U Battles for Championship in USSSA Patriot Tournament

2014 13U USSSA Patriot Tourney

The Del Mar Powerhouse 13U baseball team reached the championship game of the USSSA Patriot tournament held in San Clemente on the weekend of Sept. 6-7. The team played a solid weekend of baseball, earning the #2 seed after impressive pool play victories, and facing the #1 seed in the Championship game.

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU14 – Pejkic Nott’s Forest Labor Day Cup Champions

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For the second year in a row, the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU14 Team, coached by Miroslav “Mickey” Pejkic, are champions of the Nott’s Forest Labor Day Cup. The team, playing into the top division, only allowed 1 goal the entire tournament. This impressive result comes after the team was a finalist in the Rancho Sante Fe Attack Tournament. The boys defeated the TVSA Hawks Academy in the finals 1-0. Congratulations Sharks BU14-Pejkic!
Photo: (Top Row L-R), Cody Black, Bradley Keel, Ted Merrifield, Wei Wei Ren, Ramiro Rodriguez, Maxim Kraynov, Henry Copp, Ben Burgener, Coach Mickey Pejkic. (Bottom Row L-R), Robel Gayles, Anthonie Martinez, Aidan Cerveny, Ali Demiralp, Alex Farfel, Critobal Ruiz-Martinez, Keaton Elvins, Cameron Black, Nico Johnson. Missing: Shankar Torres.

Winning start for Torrey Pines High School freshmen football team

Falcons scored three times through the air and four times on the ground Photo/Claudia Perrone

Torrey Pines Falcon freshmen recently hosted the Mission Hills Grizzlies. Both teams came into the game off of big wins last week, Torrey Pines 41-0 over Sweetwater, and Mission Hills 25-7 over perennial powerhouse Cathedral Catholic. Torrey Pines defense shut down the Mission Hills offense and came up with the big plays when they needed them, while the Torrey Pines offense was unstoppable.

The Grizzlies received the opening kickoff and went three and out. Then on the Falcon’s opening drive they were intercepted and Mission Hills had the ball back on their own 38. After a screen pass was stopped short by #42 Zach Friedland, the Grizzlies had third and long. On a read option their back broke free for a long TD run and Mission Hills was on the board first, 7-0.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Solana Beach, Del Mar and Encinitas

Torrey Pines won the prestigious fifth annual Antigua National Golf Invitational at McCormick Rancho Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Sept. 6.

Sophomore standout Muni He captured the individual championship to lead the Falcons. He shot a combined 142 in the two-day tournament to finish one stroke ahead of teammate Carolyn Zhao, who’s also a sophomore.

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U11 win soccer tournament

After battling through six matches in Flight 1 of the North Huntington Beach Soccer Tournament held over Labor Day Weekend, the DMCV Sharks BU11 team, coached by Warren Barton, came home as champions!

After battling through six matches in Flight 1 of the North Huntington Beach Soccer Tournament held over Labor Day Weekend, the DMCV Sharks BU11 team, coached by Warren Barton, came home as champions!

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