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The 949 Volleyball Club 17s team finished runner-up at SCVA Jr. Boys Classic on June 22. Courtesy photo
The 949 Volleyball Club 17s team finished runner-up at SCVA Jr. Boys Classic on June 22. Courtesy photo

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Youth Volleyball

The 949 Volleyball Club’s 17s and 16s team had successful runs at the SCVA Jr. Boys Classic at the Anaheim Convention Center from June 20-22. Both teams finished runner-up in the Gold Division brackets. The team will now head to the Boys Junior National Championships on June 30.

The 949 Volleyball 17s team includes: Nicholas Karnazes, Tim Vorenkamp, Dane Olsen, Jake Lorscheider, Jack Burgi, Matt August, Brandon Hopper, Grady Yould, Teddy Fitzgerald and Park Way.

The 949 Volleyball 16s team includes: Sam Kobrine, John Minsberg, Blake Swartzbaugh, Brandon Lundstrom, Tyler Alter, Jake Linsky, James Thomas, Bobby Gaines, Jack Schubert, Nico Bradshaw, Jake Freeman, Zack Mills and Ryan Dove.

The Pacific Soccer Club U12 San Clemente Fire won the Joy Fawcett Classic Championship on June 8. Courtesy photo
The Pacific Soccer Club U12 San Clemente Fire won the Joy Fawcett Classic Championship on June 8. Courtesy photo

Youth Soccer

The Pacific Soccer Club Girls U12 San Clemente Fire recently captured back to back tournament wins. The Fire bested the field at the Joy Fawcett Classic Championship on June 8 and captured the first-place trophy at the 4th Annual Swallows Cup in San Juan Capistrano on June 15.

The team includes: Isabella Mincer, Tara Falce, Samantha Arrollado, Emma Lentz, Gabrielle Reilly, Hana Catsimanes, Rylee Knapp, Maile Bartow, Sabrina Tanamachi, Sydney Ehrhardt, Sophia Hawk, Isabella Colombo, Jasmine Custer and Sofia Santoro. The team is coached by Gary Hartung and Brittney Hartung.

The San Clemente Elite Football Club’s Team Ripcurl won the boys U12 division championship at the Irvine Summer Classic on June 22.

The tournament was held on campus at UCI and featured teams from across California. Team Ripcurl played in four games over the two-day stretch, defeating San Luis Obispo Coast Condors 1-0 in the championship match.

The team includes: Sean Sullivan, Seth Cusick, Jack Martin, Carter Fann, Blake Lipofsky, Garrett Gonzalez, Clay Mosher, Wesley Georgieff, Marcello Rossi, Daniel Armijo, Ethan Grush, Asher Foy, Miles Miller, Shiva Kumar, Dane Glaze and Brix Hazen. The team is coached by Daniel Foy.

Diving

Carlye Townsend helped the Northern Arizona University swim and dive team win the WAC Championships this season. Photo: Kelsey Metoxen
Carlye Townsend helped the Northern Arizona University swim and dive team win the WAC Championships this season. Photo: Kelsey Metoxen

Northern Arizona University sophomore diver Carlye Townsend, a former San Clemente High School standout, was recently named to the Western Athletic Conference All-Academic team. Townsend was also awarded the university’s Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award, given to student-athletes holding a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Townsend was part of the Lumberjack swim and dive team that captured the WAC Championships on March 1. Townsend finished sixth on the 3-meter springboard and eighth in the 1-meter springboard at the postseason event. She also placed 12th overall on the platform tower.

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