In Thursdays action…
The baseball team opened the season with a victory over Analy HS 12-3. Spencer Henderson was the winning pitcher, and went 2 for 3, with 3 RBIs and a double. AJ Welshwent 3 for 4, with 2 doubles. John went 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored.
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In Fridays action…
The boys lacrosse team hosts Granite Bay HS. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:30.
The girls lacrosse team play at California HS. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00.
The boys tennis team has a match against Las Lomas HS. Varsity is away at 3:00, jv is home at 4:00.
The boys golf team has a match against Las Lomas HS at Rossmoor GC at 3:30.
In Saturdays action…
The baseball team plays at Half Moon Bay HS. Varsity at 12:00, jv at 3:00.
The freshman baseball team hosts Hayward Prep HS in a doubleheader at 11:00.
The varsity and jv softball teams play San Leandro HS and Terra Nova HS at San Leandro HS.
The track and field team competes in the East Bay Invitational at Monte Vista HS at 8:00 am.
The jv boys lacrosse team competes in the Alhambra Jamboree.
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Varsity Outlast Northgate
Johnny York threw 10 innings worth of tireless baseball Wednesday in a non-conference game.
Acalanes pulled ahead in the top of the 10th scoring three runs.
The Broncos were unable to score.
Zach Schoenrock started the 10th inning rally with a double to start off the three run parade.
The Acalanes Varsity baseball team shocked Bishop O’Dowd with a 9-1 victory on Friday. The Bishop O’Dowd Dragons, in their home opener, put UCLA-bound pitcher Joe Ross on the mound up against our Dons, amid a crowd of major league scouts. Acalanes was undaunted both by the number of scouts in attendance and the Dragon’s ace. The Dons got their first three batters on base against Ross, with hits by Connor Hornsby and Paul Nork. Ross threw as hard as 94 miles per hour on the night, however the Dons scored 3 runs on 7 hits off of Ross, including 2 doubles by Spencer Henderson. Henderson was also stellar on the mound, letting up only 1 run in 6 innings pitched. AJ Welsh added an RBI double in the 7th, followed by a 2 RBI single by Evan Heptig. In total the Dons finished strong, scoring 6 runs in the 7th inning. Andrew Merken closed out the game in the bottom of the 7th without letting in a run.
JV Baseball also won (at home), 14-2, thanks to a strong pitching performance by Neil Lang, and stellar games at the plate by Tyler Supple and Ryan Myers.