Youth Roundup: Galaxy grabs Mayor's Cup

The Corona del Mar Gray Galaxy won the 2012 Mayor's Cup in the Region 57 boys' 10-and-under division with a 4-0 record and 12-1 goal differential.

The Galaxy won the Region 57 boys-10-and-under division with a 12-1-1 record with a 38-11 advantage in goals scored.

The Galaxy, which are coached by Mike Plumb and assistant Gary Vaughan, found themselves down a goal at halftime of the championship game of the Mayor's Cup before pulling out the 2-1 win.

Corona del Mar is made up of Patrick Beemer, Carson Campbell, Cody Cousens, Zane El-Gamal, Kyle Jolas, Iain Kennedy, Troy Olson, AJ Plumb, Jason Plumb, Nicholas Stauffer, Jake Treska and Michael Vaughan.

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Crush take Cup

The Costa Mesa Crush Futbol Club won its division in the Region 57 Mayor's Cup without a loss in its record this year.

The Crush posted a 2-1 victory over the Costa Mesa Unexpected in the semifinals on goals from Vanessa Carrillo and Sophia De Marzo, who netted the game-winner. De Marzo assisted on a Sasha Olmedo goal for the only goal in Crush's 1-0 victory in the championship game against the Red Thunder, which played the Crush to a 2-2 tie in pool play of the tournament.

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Tar Heels start 3-0

The Newport-Mesa Tar Heels fifth-grade boys' All-Net team has opened the season on a three-game winning streak with wins over Villa Park, 67-9, RSM PD, 41-37, and the Encinitas Energy, 54-21.

The Tar Heels, who are coached by Scott Stucki and Todd Bashore, had balance in the front and backcourt, proving tough for the early-season opposition to match up with.

Guards John Humphreys and Jack Rettig are off to a hot start, averaging 13 points, 3.6 assists and 6.6 and 5.3 steal a game, respectively. Forwards Luke Bashore (6.6 points and seven rebounds a game) and Clay Liolios (five points and 7.6 rebounds a game) have been scoring and rebounding forces three games into the year.

Cade Overfelt has cemented himself as Newport-Mesa's sixth man, averaging nine points off the bench. Nic Ayala also boasts a three-to-one turnover ratio for the Tar Heels, who have also got boosts on the defensive end from Luke Hatfield, Haig Mavusi, Troy Smith and hope to get Jack McKenna back from an injury soon.

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