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Saturday Feb 4 2006 12:00 PM (League)12
Anzar - 000
Pacific Grove - 000
Anzar Individual Stats
NameGoalsShot AttemptsAssistsGoal Saves
Martinez, Paul00019
Anzar Notes and Quotes
Sophomore GK Paul Martinez picked up his first shutout in only his second league start as GK for the Hawks.
Pacific Grove Individual Stats
NameGoalsShot AttemptsAssistsGoal Saves
Colangelo, Griffin0008
Pacific Grove Notes and Quotes
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)

Season recap

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.

Notable wins:

- 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

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