This Friday, February 10th is Dons’ Soccer Senior Night. Come out for the TAILGATE PARTY @ 5:30, near the entrance to the field. Support our SENIORS and enjoy food, games, spirit wear giveaways and face painting! Cheer on our Dons as they take the field against Miramonte. TAILGATE PARTY starts at 5:30, the GAME starts at 7 – We’ll see you there! GO DONS!!
squared off against Concord HS for the game that will determine the league champion. Needing a win, not a tie, they were tied 0-0 at halftime. With 26 minutes left in the game, the offense turned on as they scored 3 goals to win the game 3-0.
was defeated by Las Lomas HS.
Wednesday’s individual standouts…
Chris Rogers and Drew Wondolowski were named “Men of the Match.” Gabe Singer scored a goal and had an assist. Bryan Bamford and Drew Wondolowski each scored the other goals. Nick Schirmer had the other assist.
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scored often and early in their 6-0 shutout of Berean Christian HS.
was defeated by Campolindo HS.
was defeated by Las Lomas HS. The freshman team pulled out a close victory.
In Monday’s action…
hosts College Park HS. JV at 5:00 and varsity at 7:00.
Eric Voss had 2 assists and was named “Man of the Match.” Drew Wondolowski scored 3 goals. Gabe Singer scored a goal and had an assist. Travis Stevenson and Shukoor Haji each added a goal. Bryan Bamford, Tom Higgins and Ryan Karow each had an assist.
Tonight’s match with Campo is “Go 4 The Goal Night”. Players from BOTH teams will be lacing up with gold shoe laces to help fight pediatric cancer. I teamed up with Go4TheGoal Foundation two years ago and have raised over $5,000. The Cougar’s Molly Ikeya has partnered with me and is heading up the effort at Campo.
This year alone I’ve had more than a dozen sports teams from all three community high schools support my efforts to fight pediatric cancer. So please join me, my teammates, our Campo competitors and the more than 250,000 athletes nation-wide that have laced up to support Go4TheGoal.
Don’s players are lacing up with a donation of $5 per pair of laces. How can you contribute? Tonight at the stadium we will be selling laces and wrist bands and we are accepting general donations of any amount. 100% of your donations go to our own Children’s Hospital Oakland to their Psychology Oncology Program. So please consider making a donation this evening.
You can also donate online on my fundraising page here.
Acalanes Boys Soccer recorded yet another shutout defeating Alhambra HS Bulldogs 3-0 raising their overall record to 13-2-3 and their league record to 6-1.
Acalanes Girls Soccer
staged a great second half rally only to fall short 3-2 to Alhambra HS. The JV team shutout the Bulldogs 3-0.
The Acalanes Dons found themselves in a battle with Campolindo HS Cougars and prevailed to remain undefeated in the league.
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Wednesday’s individual standouts…
Drew Wondolowski had 2 assists and Gabe Singer scored 2 goals as both were named “Man of the Match.” Cameron Shapoorian scored the other goal and Tom Higgins had the other assist.
Varsity team: Greta Kohls scored both goals.
JV team: Maddie Zuber scored 2 goals and Kaitlyn Parodi scored the other. Olivia Pellegrini was outstanding in goal recording a shutout.
The match of the night came from freshman Ben Krey. His Campolindo opponent almost had him pinned the entire match, but Ben continued to fight back until he recorded a come-from-behind victory by pinning his opponent.