ATHLETIC CLEARANCE FORM

Please click on the FORMS button ABOVE to fill out and submit athletic clearance forms through the Acalanes High School District website. The website will direct you through the entire process.
• You must print the Athletic Clearance Form.
• You must print one Online Registration Sports Summary Page for each sport of participation.
• Note: If this is the second or third sport, only the Online Registration Sports Summary Page must be submitted.

October 29th – Girl’s Volleyball – Varsity

Game One:      Dons 26  Gaels 24

Game Two:     Dons 25  Gaels 13

Game Three:   Dons 26  Gaels 28

Game Four:     Dons 25  Gaels 16

In game one, the Lady Dons and Lady Gaels traded points throughout the match with the Dons victorious with consistent serving, blocking and hitting by Natalie Chan and Lisa Carrington.

Game two brought much the same until Lisa Carrington’s serving took off and the Dons pulled ahead.  Hitters Tyanna Roy and Brooke Aiello contributed to the win with several kills.

Game three saw the Gaels leading until Gabby Gaubert’s serving brought the Dons back to a slight lead.  Hitting contributions from Amanda Jarquin and Natalie Chan kept the Dons in the game with Marie Teichman’s service aces but the Dons fell by two to finish the game 26-28 Gaels.

In the fourth game, the Don’s dominated and with consistent serves and kills from the entire court, the Lady Don’s prevailed 25 to 16 to finish the match.

J. Aiello

Oct 26 Acalanes defeats Dougherty


Oct 19 – Campo at Acalanes – JV

 

 Acalanes JV Girls Volleyball sent Campolindo packing Tuesday, defeating the Cougars 25-12, 16-25, 15-13.  In game one, the Lady Dons took the lead right from the first point and never gave it up.  Service aces from Rachael Cox, Joanna Harnish, Danielle Grobeck, and Julia Amaral pounded the opposing side while kills from Sarah Rogers, Cox, Amy Thomas, and Grobeck pushed the Cougars back on their heels.  Nothing got past the Dons defense with Josie Mueller, Natalie Goepel and Rogers holding a tight back line.  Harnish made extra effort look effortless with a beautiful pancake save keeping the point alive…and eventually won.  Front line blocks from Thomas, Cox and Grobeck left not doubt who would win.  Three final serves from Amaral, the last two aces, sealed the deal.
The Cougars would not, however, go quietly into that good night.  They threw everything they had at the Lady Dons and some incredible, extended rallies made for nervous parents.  Acalanes battled well with service aces from Cox and Thomas, blocks from Jen Lincoln and Grobeck and kills from Rogers, Cox and Sophia Takashima.  But, in the end, the Cougars took the set, evening the score.
Game three was all Dons.  The Cougars won the coin toss and opted to serve, but lost the point.  Amaral proceeded to fire in seven serves in a row, six of them aces, before Campolindo got to try again.  They tried, but the Dons were not going to be denied their victory.  Kills by Blair Howard, Lincoln, Goepel, and Thomas sent that message loud and clear.  Service aces were also offered up by Harnish and Thomas.  The back line became a brick wall with Mueller and Goepel on guard.  Attempts by Campo to score on a kill were blocked by Howard, Lincoln, Takashima and Cox.  Some spectacular saves by Grobeck and Amaral reinforced the team’s determination to win.  At game point, with a diversionary call by Grobeck and a nice set by Harnish, Thomas fired in the last shot, ending the match 15-13.

L. Amaral

October 14th – Girls Volleyball – JV

JV Girls Volleyball Beats Alhambra:  The Acalanes JV Girls Volleyball came roaring back Tuesday, with a victory over Alhambra 25-13, 25-14.  The first game belonged to servers, with Julia Amaral and Sarah Rogers providing 16 of the 25 game points.  Rachael Cox, Jen Lincoln and Amy Thomas added points with strategic kills.  Danielle Grobeck and Blair Howard blocked attempts by the Bulldogs to score on the Dons, while the back row defense led by Josie Mueller let nothing drop.

Game two saw the Dons as a killing machine.  Kills by Natalie Goepel, Rogers, Howard, Grobeck, Thomas and Cox showed slamming offense.  The defensive line was strong with Ainsley Blandford, Sophia Takashima, Rogers and Goepel holding firm.  Throughout the game, the Dons never lost the lead, closing the match out with Joanna Harnish. serving three aces in a row. 

JV Volleyball Loses To Las Lomas:  Acalanes JV Girls Volleyball lost to Las Lomas 25-20, 25-17.  The Lady Dons offered up a tough offense with kills by Blair Howard, Danielle Grobeck, Jen Lincoln, Sarah Rogers, Rachael Cox and Amy Thomas.  Service aces by Joanna Harnish and Grobeck added points to the scoreboard.  However, even with key back row defense from Josie Mueller, Ainsley Blandford and Natalie Goepel, and blocks from Grobeck, Lincoln and Howard, the Knights took the match.  Next up:  The Lady Dons take on Miramonte at Miramonte on Thursday, October 14.

Oct 12 - Acalanes JV at Las Lomas


L. Amaral

September 29th – Girl’s volleyball – JV

JV Volleyball Beats Alhambra:  The Acalanes JV Girls Volleyball came roaring back Tuesday, with a victory over Alhambra 25-13, 25-14.  The first game belonged to servers, with Julia Amaral and Sarah Rogers providing 16 of the 25 game points.  Rachael Cox, Jen Lincoln and Amy Thomas added points with strategic kills.  Danielle Grobeck and Blair Howard blocked attempts by the Bulldogs to score on the Dons, while the back row defense led by Josie Mueller let nothing drop.
In game two, the Dons became a killing machine.  Kills by Natalie Goepel, Rogers, Howard, Grobeck, Thomas and Cox showed slamming offense.  The defensive line was strong with Ainsley Blandford, Sophia Takashima, Rogers and Goepel holding firm.  Throughout the game, the Dons never lost the lead and Joanna Harnish neatly closed out the match by serving three aces in a row.  Next up, the Lady Dons take on Dougherty Valley, Thursday, September 30.

L. Amaral

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