AVHS won the last three games, including coming back from a deficit in the fourth that could have cost them the title.
The Dons won the last three games, including erasing a late deficit in the fourth, to win the EBAL title, 27-29, 14-25, 25-23, 26-24, 15-12. The win also will give Amador Valley a higher seeding in Division I playoffs.
The Pleasanton Rage Under 15 girls beat the ACC Mavericks 3 to 1 on May 5 to win the Northern California State Cup Soccer Championship.
In play at Turlock, the ACC Mavericks scored first and held on to that lead going into halftime. The Pleasanton Rage Premier team came out of halftime to score three unanswered goals in the second half, winning the Northern California State Gold Cup.
The Pleasanton Rage U15 Girls' road to the state cup started in mid-April with a win over the Alliance FC Devils by a score of 3 to 1 in Morgan Hill and a 3-to-0 win over the San Ramon Azuri.
All four Amador Valley swim teams – varsity and junior varsity, boys and girls – were bested by the San Ramon Valley Wolves in a recent competition.
After the 100 fly, it appeared that the Amador Valley Varsity boys swimming and diving team had a chance to upset San Ramon Valley, but the Wolves proved too deep and talented and the Dons fell 103-82.
The Dons stayed close to the powerful San Ramon Valley varsity girls swimming and diving team, but in the end, Amador Valley dropped a 112-73 decision.
A strong San Ramon Valley team proved too much for the Amador Valley JV boys swimming and diving team and they lost 108-75. The loss was the Dons first in an EBAL meet this season.
And after winning five straight EBAL swimming and diving meets, the Amador Valley JV girls finally met their match and fell to San Ramon Valley 132-51.