April 25 – Wednesday Sports & Booster Bash Previews

BOOSTER BASH LIVE AUCTION PREVIEWS

WATCH DAILY TO SEE OF SOME OF THIS YEAR’S GREAT LIVE AUCTION ITEMS

7 NIGHT STAY RIVERFRONT LODGE

 

This 5 bedroom/5 bath, 6400 square-foot handcrafted log timber frame home is centrally located on the Truckee River at the confluence of Squaw Creek and Squaw Valley.  You will receive a 1 week stay at this gorgeous home, which sleeps 16. It has easy year-round access minutes from Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Resorts, as well as the mountain towns of Truckee and Tahoe City.

Painted Rock Lodge boasts four large suites plus a super master with its own kitchen & seating area on the Truckee River; all in a private setting that backs up to the natural rock walls of Painted Rock. Custom tile back-splash in the kitchen, unique clay walls and attention to detail distinguish this home.

Sit on the stone patio and admire the lush landscaping while you experience the soothing flow of the river over the rocks, or pump up an inner tube and float to your heart’s content. Inside, adjourn with your party up the spiral staircase to the recreation room with its oversized sectional sofa, pool table, wet bar and flat screen TVs.

Every bedroom has a private bathroom for total comfort. There is no better place to enjoy the company of your friends and family than the Painted Rock Lodge.

  • Private, gated, riverfront setting
  • Hot tub comfortably seats 8 adults
  • Entertainment room with bar and pool table
  • Multiple patio areas
  • Professionally decorated with beautiful landscaping and stone water features on the Truckee River
  • Massive handcrafted Douglas Fir log beams, supports and accents, reclaimed hardwood oak floors

Blackout dates are Dec 22, 2018-Jan 2, 2019 and June 30-July 8, 2019. Dates must be arranged with owners with three months’ notice.

Thank you to the Hess Family on behalf of Boys Basketball and Boys Lacrosse

 



ONLY 3 DAYS
until 
OUR BIGGEST FUNDRAISING EVENT OF THE YEAR!

SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH – 6:00 – 11:00 PM

Jennifer Russell Building/Lafayette Community Center

500 St. Mary’s Road, Lafayette

Attire: Acalanes Tailgate Apparel

 


CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS AND SEE OUR GUEST LIST.

Tickets are $90 per person and include on-site entertainment, games, silent and live auction, one alcoholic drink ticket, unlimited non-alcoholic drinks and heavy appetizers.

 

WE STILL HAVE A FEW SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE. CLICK HERE.

Benefits include premium logo placement on the Booster Bash website, auctioneer recognition and more.  Best of all, sponsors can choose a high visibility activity to sponsor.


Tryout Now for 2018 – 2019 Sideline Cheer Season!

It’s tryout time for Acalanes High School’s Co-Ed Sideline Cheer Team! The JV & Varsity squads cheer Fall Football 2018-Winter Basketball 2019. We’ll have a 5-Day Training Clinic, followed by Saturday Tryouts (scheduled slots). Yes — ALL genders welcome! GO DONS!

 

* MANDATORY PARENT MEETING  APRIL 25, 2018 *   WEDNESDAY  6-8pm Library

5-DAY CLINIC   APRIL 30 – MAY 4, 2018   M-F  5:30-7:30pm

TRYOUT DAY  MAY 5, 2018   SATURDAY by Time Slots

* Athletes will not be able to tryout unless one parent is present at the meeting and signs consent. *

 

TRYOUT LOCATION

Acalanes High School   Small Gym

1200 Pleasant Hill Road   Lafayette, CA 94549

 

QUESTIONS & SCHEDULE ISSUES

Sallina Boynton

AHS Cheer Coordinator

sallinaboynton@gmail.com


 

In Tuesday’s action…

The boys volleyball team remains undefeated in the DAL at 7-0 defeating Alhambra HS 25-22, 25-17, 25-21 and raise their overall record to 19-8.  The JV team was victorious in 2 games.

The baseball team battled to a 4-3 victory over Campolindo HS.  Jake Delaney was named “Player of the Game.”  The JV team narrowly lost 2-1.

The softball team was defeated by Campolindo HS.

The girls lacrosse team cruised to victory over Berkeley HS 16-1 raising their DAL record to 6-2 and 13-5 overall.  Acalanes defense continues to dominate.  It was a full team offensive effort with goals by Sydney Louie, Julia Helvey, Susie Bush, Marcy Morse, Jenna Kisner, Emma Workman, Jackie Caulfield, Keri Wendt and Grace Gebhardt that sealed the deal for the Dons. The team finishes the season with a 15-6 victory with an overall record of 14-3-1.

The boys lacrosse team was defeated by De La Salle HS.  The JV team was also defeated.

 

In Wednesday’s action…

The swim team has a meet at Northgate HS at 3:45.

The boys golf team has a match against Concord HS at Diablo Creek GC at 3:30.