|PG and Anzar tied 0-0 on Saturday @ Anzar, on a very bad soccer field and very windy conditions. PG had 2 disallowed goals and missed out on penalty kicks due to questionable calls by one of the center referees. PG dominated the entire game. Griffin Colangelo (PG) recorded 8 saves (130 total for the season)
PG ended up with a 9-5-2 standing in MTAL, 10-5-2 overall (3rd in MTAL unless King City beats Soledad on Feb 7, as well as Carmel in a catch-up game).
PG scored 35 goals and had 21 against.
The 10-5-2 standing is PG's best boys Varsity soccer result in school's history (based on feedback from Todd Buller, PG's Athletic Director and Ass't Principal). PG 2005-2006 season is better than the previous 3 seasons combined.
- PG won 4-0 over King City (PG lost 1-0 in the 2nd game)
- Wi ns over local rivals (RLS, Carmel, Monterey, Anzar and York + Greenfield)
- PG retained the "Golden Ball" trophy for the 2nd year in a row (PG-Padres yearly game)
For PG, the following 5 players had a stand-out season:
- John Sohn (Jr). 13 goals and 5 assists
- Matt Spade (Sr), Team captain with 7 goals and 10 assists
- Griffin Colangelo, Keeper, 130 saves
- Charles Amos, Sweeper (numerous saves and solid defender)
- Grant Smith, Right Back and wing-attacker. MTAL's best right back (coach's view)
It's been great to coach PG for the last 2 years as Varsity Coach + 2 years as JV coach. I have had the pleasure of coaching the entire team for 4 years and have seen many of the players grow to become solid soccer players and PG a team to be reckoned with on the field. I'm very proud of the team and the young men's accomplishments.&nbs p; We have come a long way the last 2 years. Well done, lads!
I'm signing off as coach for now (for a year or two). Brad Weber (Ass't coach) will continue the program to help the Breakers become even better in the years to come.
It's been a pleasure and a privilege.
Coach Ronny Haraldsvik