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NCS Playoffs

 Acalanes High School in North Coast Section Playoffs
 

 
Winter Sports
 
The girls basketball team clinched the DAL title with a 69-53 victory over Las Lomas HS and have advanced to be the #4 seed and host. Unfortunately, the other team had a little more in overtime to overcome the Dons
 
The #4 seed boys soccer team ended another strong season in defeat to Pinole Valley HS in the NCS playoffs.
 
The girls soccer team advanced to NCS quarterfinals where they unfortunately fell to Campolindo. 
 
 
The wrestling team competed well at the DAL Championships.  Steven Williams is a DAL Champion.  Antonio Correa placed 2nd and Youssef Qteishat and James Trainer placed 5th.  They advance to the NCS Championships Friday and Saturday at James Logan HS.  Cooper Womack placed 6th.
 
 

 
Fall Sports
 
The #3 seeded girls volleyball ended another successful season as they dropped a heart-breaking 5-game match, including a 15-13 defeat in the final game at Christian Brothers HS in the CIF NorCal playoffs.
 
The cross country team competes in the DAL Center Meet at Newhall Park at 3:30.
 
The #10 seeded girls tennis team gave #2 seeded Amador Valley HS all they could handle in a 4-3 defeat in the NCS quarterfinals.  Eliza Bates, Sydney Bell and Jasmine Toni won their singles matches.
 
 
 
The cross country team competed in the DAL Championships. 
 
Varsity boys placed 4th overall.  Riley Noon placed 10th, Sam Roth 11th, Josh Starr 13th and Nick Hutson 19th.
 
Varsity girls placed 7th overall.  Nicole Frigon placed 7th and Lauren Yee 14th.
 
JV boys placed 4th overall.  Kevin Mlynek placed 9th and Rayce Walton 12th.
 
JV girls placed 6th overall.  Sidney Zimmerman placed 10th.
 
Frosh-soph boys placed 3rd overall.  Loic Windfuhr-Durand placed 3rd, Derek Kotarba 5th, Jakob Hill 14th and Josh Evans 20th.
 
Frosh-soph girls placed 5th overall.  Gabby Sandberg placed 9th.
 
 
Note:  At the CIF girls volleyball game, there is an admission charge.  $9 general admission and $5 for students, children and senior citizens.  No passes or ASB stickers will be honored.
 
Note:  At the NCS girls water polo game, there is an admission charge.  $10 general admission and $6 for students, children and senior citizens.  No passes or ASB stickers will be honored.