Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

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Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby shortstick » Fri Mar 03, 2017 11:10 pm

Final score AVHS 13-12 over DLS. It was really a great game going back and forth multiple times. Each team would get up one and the other would run off two goals and be up one and then it would repeat again the other way, over and over. The storyline for this game was Amador Valley HS sophomore FOGO Lucas Heaverley was a beast winning 25 out of 29 attempts. Uncanny how many clean placements and pickups he made. To De La Salle's credit, they stayed in the game with the number of possessions so lopsided in Amador Valley's favor. First time in 7 years that Amador Valley has taken down the Spartans.
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Re: Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby Billax » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:14 am

Thanks for the game report, shortstick. Must have a great game to attend!
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Re: Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby shortstick » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:57 am

I will say that the quality of coaching in the east bay and EBAL specifically continues to improve. Watching the chess match between a past NCAA DI attack player coaching against a past DI goalie and DI defensive coordinator was pretty entertaining. The face off game in itself was great. Once DLS saw the AVHS FOGO skill level, Christmas changed his strategy to converge both his wing men on the FOGO at his GB pickup point. Kruger countered with his FOGO's ball placement to the leading wing. DLS countered on that, and AVHS countered back with the FOGO flipping the ball back to the trailing wing, and so on. A DLS parent at the table said in his 40 years of lacrosse experience he had never seen a more dominant F/O display.

To both team's credit it was a physical, fast paced game played relatively cleanly. There were a few questionable calls against both sides where the refs may have missed getting it right but I felt the refs did a good job of keeping the high intensity game under control. Great to have the season underway!
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Re: Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby shortstick » Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:40 am

nice write up about the game from 3D Lacrosse

http://3drising.com/articles/high-schoo ... la-salle-0
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Re: Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby Billax » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:54 am

The Saint Ignatius Wildcats flew to Dallas to participate once again in the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic. The Wildcats defeated Gonzaga College HS of Washington, DC, 11-10 in Dallas Friday and defeated Dallas Jesuit High School on Saturday, 16-1. The Wildcats are now 4-1 on the Season.
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Re: Amador Valley vs DLS 3/3/17

Postby Billax » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:19 am

Kent Denver, the Colorado power will be in Northern California this week, taking on three NorCal teams. On Monday the Sun Devils take on Marin Catholic, on Tuesday they challenge the St, Ignatius Wildcats, and Kent Denver will finish their NorCal tour on Wednesday with a match against Menlo School. It's quite a treat to have a strong Colorado team like Kent Denver visit NorCal for a three game stint! Thanks for visiting, guys!
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