Alameda Attack 8, Skyline Dragons 3: Skyline started the game strong and pressured the Alameda defense, but the Attack countered with some early goals and ended the half with a two-score lead. In the second half, Alameda pulled away with unanswered goals. For Skyline, goals were by Will Jackson, Colby Brookfield, and Josh Miller. Goalies, Paul Pappas and Harrison Mercier both made multiple acrobatic saves.
Skyline Titans 5, Tomahawks 3: After falling behind early, the Titans rallied for a hard-fought win and improved their record to 3-1. Aydan Beavers led the Titans with two goals, while Rex Peters, Oliver Backer, and Joseph Celentano each contributed one. Peters and Backer both had two assists. The Titan defense was strong again, with goalie Grady Florence making several game changing saves off one-on-one breaks.
Ross Valley Grizzlies 8, Skyline Titans 7: The Grizzlies outlasted the Titans in a grueling back and forth contest, scoring the winning goal with just :30 seconds left in regulation. The Titan defense was led by Josh Berg, Georgie Brayer, Zach Evans, and Ryan Parkhurst. Offensively, Jack O'Keefe had three goals, Luke Pfeiffer added two, and Rex Peters and Joseph Celentano contributed one each. Theo Yu and Oliver Backer both had an assist.
Skyline Highlanders 7, Alameda Attack 5: The Highlanders won behind a great team effort. Michael Ross, Whit Woolard, Jack Dunlap, Gregory Gately and William Baum scored goals. J.D. Harrison and Zev Schwab both contributed assists. The defense was led by goalie, Joe Firestone, who made seven saves. Conor Wayland, Jared Tsukahara, Luke Biehn and Alden Heske made strong tackles.
Skyline Highlanders 13, Ross Valley 5: The Skyline Highlanders continued their undefeated season with a 13-5 win over the Ross Valley Grizzlies. The entire team played well with Michael Ross, Whit Woolard, Jack Dunlap, Gregory Gately, William Baum, Owen Richards, Zev Schwab and J.D. Harrison contributing goals. Both Dylan DeMarco and Antonio Rivera had assists. The defense was once again led by goalie Joe Firestone. Liam Burns, Lucas Tucker, Luke Biehn and Tommy Smegal played well on both sides.
Skyline Jayhawks vs. Alameda Attack: The Skyline Jayhawks had another strong outing against the Alameda Attack. Leading the offense was Henry Brayer (three goals), while Soren Dixon, Andrew Dorman, and Adam Abdul-Rahim contributed one goal each. Goalie Henry Littell had six. Zachary Berg, Nathan Palumbo, Michael Aikawa, Aman Sundarrajan, Littell, and Dixon contributed assists. The Jayhawks recorded 64 ground balls, and Palumbo led the team with 12.
Skyline Black 7, Diablo Scorpion Venom 2: In their first game of the season, the Skyline Black found the net early and often. Bella Jackson, Maria Chan, Lily Keville, Hayley Sullivan and Lauren Zelnick scored goals, while goalie, Naomi Moskowitz, recorded five saves and shut down the Venom offense. Alexa Ingersoll and Isa Harrison anchored the defense while Margie Brayer, Madison Caine and Elie Cole led the team in ground balls.
Skyline Black 9, Skyline Red 1: For the Black, Zoe Rickard and Lauren Zelnick made key interceptions while Maria Chan, Elie Cole, Lily Keville, Georgia Lichty, Zoe Moskowitz contributed goals. Bella Jackson and Eveyln Bond led a strong defensive effort.
Skyline 3, Walnut Creek 3: For Skyline, Lizzy Firestone almost scored the game-winner with :10 seconds remaining in the game. Skyline won half of the ground balls and were led by Lizzy Fireston (9), Keily Thompson (3), Alexa Prithard (2) Caroline Devine (2). Goals were scored by Campbell Lawson (2) and Eleanor Cooley. Both Sadie Tschider and Lizzy Firestone contributed assists.
Tomahawks 5, Skyline 3: The Skyline goalies had a long day as the Tomahawks put up five goals against Eleanor Cooley and Sylvia Barmack. Cooley recorded eight saves and Sylvia Barmack had three.
Skyline 11, Tomahawks 10: Skyline won a close battle against the Tomahawks. Lizzy Firestone had four ground balls and was followed by Caroline Devine (2) and Campbell Lawson (2). Keiley Thompson, Lena Gamez, and Sadie Tschider each had one. Goals were scored by Devine, Firestone, and Thompson.