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Provided by Monica Coleman
The Tiburon Sharks U11 Red boys team includes, front from left, Wily Escobar, Wells Borden, Edison Diaz, Connor Lee and Santiago Churton, and rear from left, coach Fernando Monroy, James Mostafavi, Charles Carroll, Charlie Carrier, Sam Gersch and Alexander Coleman.

Tiburon U11 boys soccer team takes the gold at Stanford tournament

The Tiburon Sharks U11 Red boys team defeated Santa Clara Arsenal 2-1 to capture the 2017 Stanford Summer Classic Division 1 Silver championship on Aug. 13.

Tiburon entered the final as the No. 2 seed, earning 23 points during pool play in the two-day, six-team tournament by defeating Livermore Fusion 6-1 then tying Santa Clara 3-3 on Aug. 12. They then beat Stanford United 2-1 early Aug. 13.

Santa Clara earned the top seed with 24 points, setting up the championship rematch.

The Sharks Red team consists of Wells Borden, Charlie Carrier, Charles Carroll, Santiago Churton, Alexander Coleman, Hunter Cristo, Edison Diaz, Wily Escobar, Sam Gersch, Matthew Knauer, Connor Lee and James Mostafavi.

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Volunteers needed for annual Tiburon Challenger tournament

Volunteers are needed for both on- and off-court duties when the 11th annual $100,000 Tiburon Challenger tennis tournament returns to the Tiburon Peninsula Club Sept. 23-Oct. 1.

The nine-day tournament features emerging men's pro-circuit players from around the world while offering several special events focused on locals.
Tournament organizers are seeking volunteers for off-court jobs, such as checking players in at the tournament desk, assisting ball people and tournament officials at the upper court volunteer station and assisting with ticket sales, ushers, crowd control and hospitality during finals weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1. In addition, adults and kids ages 9 and up are needed to serve as ball people throughout the tournament; those who have never worked on-court before must attend a training session at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Tiburon Peninsula Club. Students can receive community-service credit for volunteering.

To sign up to volunteer, visit tiburonchallenger.com/volunteer.
The Tiburon Challenger is part of the Association of Tennis Professionals Challenger Tour, which is the level below the association's World Tour. Players in the Challenger Tour are trying to earn enough points to become eligible for the World Tour and the Grand Slam tournaments, which include the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open.

The tournament benefits the Foundation for Reed Schools and the Rotary Club of Tiburon-Belvedere.

For more information about the Tiburon Challenger, including a complete schedule, player information and to purchase tickets, visit tiburonchallenger.com.
— Jeff Dempsey

Parents and coaches, submit your sports results online at arkn.ws/reportscore. In 350 words or fewer, focus on all Tiburon Peninsula members of your sporting event, including include first and last names, ages and cities of residence, along with relevant player statistics, opponent names and key dates. Send high-resolution photos to Youth Reporter Jeff Dempsey at jdempsey@thearknewspaper.com.

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