Mar 7- Softball and Lacrosse results

In yesterdays action…
The softball team defeated Albany HS 16-5.  The jv team experienced similar favor 12-2.
The girls lacrosse team was defeated by Amador Valley HS.  The jv team suffered a similar fate.

In todays action…
The swim team hosts Dublin HS at 3:45.
The boys golf team has a match against Dougherty Valley HS at Blackhawk CC at 3:00.

Yesterdays individual standouts…

Softball – Natalie Goepel was the winning pitcher raising her record to 4-2. Maddie Maderious went 4 for 5, with an RBI, 2 runs scored, and a triple. Ariel Padua went 3 for 4, with 2 doubles and 2 runs scored.

Girls lacrosse – Courtney Neff scored 5 goals and Chloe Landry scored 3 goals.

Mar 5 – Lacrosse, Softball, and Golf results

In Fridays action…
The boys lacrosse team defeated Granite Bay HS 15-6.
The girls lacrosse team was defeated by California HS 17-14.  The jv team won 14-10.
The boys golf team defeated Las Lomas HS 207-213 to raise their overall record to 4-1 and 2-0 in the DFAL.

In Saturdays action…
The softball team defeated San Leandro HS and lost to Terra Nova HS.

In todays action…
The jv baseball team hosts Livermore HS at 3:30.
The jv boys golf team has a match against Piedmont HS at Claremont CC at 3:00.

NorCal basketball championships…
The girls basketball team will play at Modesto Christian HS Wednesday at 7:00 in the first round of the NorCal Championships.

Individual standouts…
Boys lacrosse – Jack Mariani scored 3 goals. Wes Greason scored 2 goals and had 3 assists. Robbie Stern scored 2 goals and had 2 assists. Adam Lee scored 2 goals and had an assist. Matt Quinn scored 2 goals. David Reiling had 18 saves.
Girls lacrosse  – Courtney Neff scored 8 goals. Kate Fellner scored 3 goals. Niki Quinn scored 2 goals and had an assist. Alex Whitcomb had 6 saves.
Boys golf – Will Brueckner and Ryan West each shot 37, Chris Childers and Connor Goodheart each shot 43 on a 9-hole par 36 course.

R. Takahashi

Spring Sport Calendars

Save a bunch of time typing each event into your appointment calendar. Just one click on any of the following links copies the entire season schedule to your Outlook calendar (or any other calendar that supports iCal). If nothing appears to happen, check your download folder, and double click on the most recent filename ending in .ics
Track & Field
Swimming & Diving
Golf Boys
Tennis Boys
Volleyball Boys
Lacrosse Boys
Lacrosse Girls


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.

March 18th – Girls’ Lacrosse

Acalanes 17, No. 2 Danville-Monte Vista 10
Staff Reports

No. 2 Danville-Monte Vista lost its first game in more than two years on Thursday, when Acalanes upset the Mustangs, 17-10, in a CIF-North Coast Section girls game. The game was tied at seven at the half before Acalanes scored 10 second-half goals to put the game out of reach.
Acalanes led, 7-4 with three minutes, 31 seconds to play in the first half, when Danville-Monte Vista scored three unanswered goals to go to halftime at 7-7, but Acalanes adjusted its draw strategy and took advantage of open players while Devon Frazer and Elizabeth Landry were double-teamed, according to Acalanes assistant coach Kelly Quinn.

In the final 25 minutes, Acalanes goalie Ariana Johnson held Danville-Monte Vista to three goals.

“They are a terrific team, very well coached and very disciplined in their approach to the game on both sides of the ball,” said. Quinn. “We were fortunate to have played them after having faced several of the other EBAL teams earlier in the season.”

The game was the season opener for Danville-Monte Vista while Acalanes improved to 3-3.
The Dons got multiple goals from five players, including five goals and two assists from Devon Frazier and three goals each from Elizabeth Landry (one assist) and Courtney Neff. Niki Quinn and Brooke Winslow each scored two goals.
For the Mustangs, juniors Paige Southmayd scored four goals and Taylor James scored three. Goalie Monica Wilson had 10 saves.

Danville-Monte Vista is off until March 22, when it visits No. 13 Carondelet.
Lacrosse Season:

R. Takahashi

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