Mar 8 – Saturday Sports

In Friday’s action…

Baseball

defeated San Marin HS 1-0.

Boys Lacrosse

overwhelmed Piedmont HS 14-2 to start the season 2-0.

Girls Lacrosse

was defeated by Carondelet HS.

In Saturday’s action…

Varsity Baseball

hosts Tennyson HS at 1:00.

Freshman Baseball

plays a doubleheader at Miramonte HS at 11:00.

Varsity and JV Softball

play at Mt. Eden HS at 12:30.

Track & Field

competes in the East Bay Invitational at San Ramon Valley HS at 8:00.

Boys Volleyball

competes in the Deer Valley Invitational.

Boys Tennis

competes in the California Classic in Fresno.

Frosh-Soph Boys Lacrosse

hosts Alhambra HS at 12:00.

Individual standouts…

Baseball

Josh Katzki went 1 for 2, with the lone and game winning RBI.

Boys Lacrosse

Adrian Jeffries scored 3 goals. Robbie Stern, Chris Lane and Sean Quinn each scored 2 goals. Danny Ennis had 8 saves and Cameron Bosshart 3 saves.

Girls Lacrosse

Chloe Landry scored 5 goals and had 1 save. Kate Fellner scored 1 goal and had 1 save. Sabba Jweainat had 7 saves.

R. Takahashi

Mar 7 – Friday Sports Page

In Thursday’s action…

Boys Golf

played well in defeat to Campolindo HS. Will Brueckner shot a 36, Peter Tripp and Jake Basillico each shot 37 and Spencer Morgan 41 on a 9-hole par 35 course.

In Friday’s action…

Baseball

plays San Marin HS at 3:30. Varsity is home and JV away.

Boys Lacrosse

hosts Piedmont HS. JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00.

Girls Lacrosse

plays Carondelet HS at the Danville Sports Field. Varsity at 4:15 and JV at 5:45.

Boys Tennis

competes in the California Classic in Fresno.

In Saturday’s action…

Varsity Baseball

hosts Tennyson HS at 1:00.

Freshman Baseball

plays a doubleheader at Miramonte HS at 11:00.

Varsity and JV Softball

play at Mt. Eden HS at 12:30.

Track & field

competes in the East Bay Invitational at San Ramon Valley HS at 8:00.

Boys Volleyball

competes in the Deer Valley Invitational.

Boys Tennis

competes in the California Classic in Fresno.

Frosh-Soph Boys Lacrosse

hosts Alhambra HS at 12:00.

R. Takahashi

Mar 6 – Thursday Sports

In yesterday’s action

Boys Basketball

The boys basketball team was defeated by Bishop O’Dowd HS in the NCS semifinals.

Swimming

The swim teams swept Dublin HS. Varsity boys 77-72, varsity girls 89-67, JV boys 83-60 and JV girls 91-62.

Golf

The boys golf team owned the links against Pittsburg HS notching a 210-251 victory.

In today’s action

The boys tennis team has a match against Miramonte HS at 3:30. Varsity is home and jv away.

The boys golf team has a match against Campolindo HS at Moraga CC at 3:00.

Yesterday’s individual standouts

Boys basketball

Buster Souza scored 16 points, with 1 3-pointer and had 7 rebounds and 2 blocks. Matt Thomas scored 10 points, with 1 3-pointer and 7 rebounds.

Boys golf

Peter Tripp shot a 37, Jake Basilico 39 and Will Brueckner 40 on a 9-hole par 36 course.

Swimming event winners

Varsity

Lucy Fellner, 50 freestyle.
Weston Carpenter, 100 freestyle.
Natalie Morlock, 100 and 200 freestyle.
Kyra Ruegg, 500 freestyle.
Jack Moran, 100 fly.
Jack Avery, 100 backstroke.
Brad Robison, 200 individual medley.
Brittany Usinger, 100 fly and 200 individual medley.
Weston Carpenter, Jack Moran, Brad Robison and Henry Baer, 200 freestyle relay.
Brittany Usinger, Natalie Morlock, Clare Varellas and Lucy Fellner, 200 freestyle relay.
Jack Avery, Jack Moran, Brendan Supple and Evan Wentzel, 200 medley relay.

Junior varsity

Owen Chan, 50 freestyle and 50 fly.
Audrey Cavotta, 50 freestyle.
Nico Hillman, 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.
Melissa Elliott, 100 freestyle.
Wesley Rosemont, 200 and 500 freestyle.
Adrielle Thorenfeldt, 50 fly.
Caroline Passalacqua, 100 breaststroke.
Liam McGuire, 100 individual medley.
Imani Boggan, 100 backstroke and 100 individual medley.
Serena Candelori, Emilie Malinovsky, Audrey Cavotta and Lindsay Cocotis, 200 freestyle relay.
Justin Marchiano, Wesley Rosemont, Liam McGuire and Riley Smith, 200 medley relay.
Emilie Malinovsky, Imani Boggan, Caroline Passalacqua and Audrey Cavotta, 200 medley relay.

R. Takahashi

Mar 5 – Wednesday Sports

In yesterday’s action…

Boys Lacrosse

It is early in the season, but the Boys Lacrosse team defeated Marin Catholic HS 10-7 in a rematch of last years NCS Championship game.

Boys Tennis

was defeated by Dublin HS.

In today’s action…

Boys Basketball

plays Bishop O’Dowd HS in the NCS Semifinals at Laney College at 7:00.

Swimming

opens DFAL competition hosting Dublin HS at 3:45.

Boys Golf

has a match against Pittsburg HS at Rossmoor GC at 3:30.

Yesterday’s individual standouts…

Boys Lacrosse

Robbie Stern scored 3 goals. Nathan Brickman and Sam deRoque each scored 2 goals. Cameron Bosshart had 7 saves.

Boys Tennis

Alex Hashim and Zaid Nabulsi won their doubles match.

R. Takahashi

Feb 20 – Thursday Sports

In yesterday’s action…

Boys Soccer

The boys soccer team played very well, but were defeated 3-2 as Hercules HS mounted a late rally in the NCS playoffs. Kaj Simonsen and Zach Kramer each scored one goal and Sam Wood and Henry Baglietto had each had one assist. Kaj Simonsen was named “Man of the Match.”

In today’s action…

The boys tennis team hosts San Ramon Valley HS at 3:30.

R. Takahashi

Feb 18 – Tuesday Sports

In Tuesday’s action…

Basketball

The basketball teams play Dublin HS.
At Acalanes HS, JV girls at 4:00, Varsity girls at 5:30 and Varsity boys at 7:00.
The Senior Night presentation will be held between the girls and boys varsity games.
At Dublin HS, JV boys at 4:00 and Freshman boys at 5:30.

Boys Tennis

hosts Alameda HS at 3:30.

JV Boys Golf

has a match against Irvington HS at Sunol GC at 2:30.

Thursday’s individual standouts…

Girls Soccer

Morgan Rogers scored the lone goal and Phoebe Wixsom amassed 9 saves.

NCS Boys Soccer Playoffs…

The boys soccer team travels to play at #4 seeded Hercules HS Wednesday at 7:00, with upset on their minds in the first round of the NCS playoffs.

Note: At all NCS playoff events, there will be a gate charge of $9 general admission and $6 for students with student body cards, children and senior citizens. No passes will be honored.

R. Takahashi

Dec 31 – Happy New Year

Final Day!

As 2013 comes to a close, we ask that you remember the Acalanes Boosters in your charitable giving plan.
Remember, with Acalanes Boosters, everyone plays.

What does Acalanes Boosters Do?
To ensure the safety and well-being of all student-athletes, we provide the salary and supplies of our fine athletic trainer, Chris Clark.

We also:
• Fund every sports program at Acalanes High School every year.
• Last year Acalanes Boosters distributed roughly $100,000 across the 22 programs.
• Examples of items funded over the last two years: new weight room equipment, watering carts, a high-capacity ice machine (for hydro-therapy), new wrestling mats, equipment for the new pool, tennis ball auto-serve machine, and safety equipment for numerous programs.

Who Benefits?
• Every one of the 700+ Acalanes High School student-athletes
• Every one of the 22 Sports programs

Member Benefits?
• Tickets to all home football
• Tickets to all home league basketball games
• Premium items based on membership levels.

How can you help the Boosters?
· Become a member (click here for membership levels)
· Attend the Boosters Sports Bash
· Attend a membership meeting (click here for calendar of meetings)

Get Involved:
· Become a Acalanes Booster Sports Representative
· Join a Acalanes Booster’s Committee
Membership
Allocation
Sports Bash
Help at the Lafayette Art & Wine Festival
Fundraising

For more information please contact a Boosters’ Board member

Year-End Tax Planning

Boosters Supporters:

When making your end of the year tax planning decisions, please consider donating to Boosters.  Boosters is a charitable organization so all your donations are tax-deductible. All you need to do is send a check to Acalanes Boosters Club at 1200 Pleasant Hill Road, Lafayette, CA 94549. Acalanes’ Athletics is solely funded by community contributions so all your donations are greatly appreciated. (Tax ID  # 23-7428299)

Please visit the Gift Matching tab on the Boosters site to see if your employer will double your donation! Also, some companies offer charitable donations to compensate for your volunteer time. Check it out under the Gift Matching Tab.

Thank you and Happy New Year

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