The JV Dons have been eager to get back on the diamond and came out swinging in their season opener against College Park. They met a hungry opponent and the Falcons jumped out to an early lead. The Dons showed grit, turning some great plays, loosening up the pitching rotation and hitting the ball hard.
Acalanes Dons JV watched the game slip away and couldn’t recover in a 13-0 loss to College Park on Thursday. The Acalanes Dons JV struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively containing College Park, giving up 13 runs.
One bright spot for Acalanes Dons JV was a double by Logan Mikalis in the second inning. Mikalis was on the mound for Acalanes Dons JV and had a strong start. The pitcher surrendered five runs on four hits over one and two-thirds innings, striking out one. Mason Michlitsch, Tyler Worthington, Peter Thorn, and Chase McReynolds. Worthington led Acalanes Dons JV with two hits in three at bats.
Happy Jackie Robinson’s Day: Jackie Robinson’s life and legacy will be remembered as one of the most important in American history. In 1997, the world celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Jackie’s breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier. In doing so, we honored the man who stood defiantly against those who would work against racial equality and acknowledged the profound influence of one man’s life on the American culture. On the date of Robinson’s historic debut, all Major League teams across the nation celebrated this milestone.