Congratulations to all the players and the coaches for a great season! All good things must come to an end and the MATS sure went out fighting. They should be very proud of the way they played and the way they conducted themselves.
Just when you enter your football withdrawals, it will be time for the Varsity banquet on Wednesday, November 29th at 6:00 pm at Moraga Country Club. Please RSVP here. Players and coaches (with significant others) are free, parents need to pay $35 per person ($20 under 12 yrs old) on the webstore here.
Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Happy Sunday MATS fans -
Wow! What a rollercoaster of a game! The MATS sure earned that one and gave the MATS fans a few more grey hairs in the process. Great article about the game (and photo of Teddy and Will) here.
Next NCS Playoff Game
Our next matchup is versus Marin Catholic on Saturday at 1:00 pm Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield. Forecast says rain, hopefully not as bad as it was for last year's game. (Anyone else lose their umbrella to that game last season? Yikes!!)
Players will have 8:30 am pre-game meal outside the cafeteria. We will be buying breakfast burritos but will need volunteers for juice, bagels & cream cheese and fruit. Please sign up here if you can help.
End of Season Banquet
Thanks in advance to Danya Stehr, Kerry Armistead and Traci Miller for organizing the banquet. It is Wednesday, Nov. 29th at Moraga Country Club. An evite will be sent out this week. Players and coaches are covered in the football budget and parents will be able to pay $35 per ticket via the Miramonte webstore. It is a fun way to end an amazing season!
More pictures here!
...will be Friday 11/10 7:00 pm @El Cerrito High School.
We will have a pregame meal but will get it catered to give parents a BYE week.
The MATS played a great game Friday night! They left it all on the field, which is all you can ask. There are many programs left if senior parents did not get a chance to purchase one with the senior photos and bios.
Thanks to everyone for their patience with the pizza delivery Friday night. They were supposed to arrive at 9:30, the driver got lost and had given Pennini's a disconnected phone number. So they sent two other drivers to locate him. Then, the pepperoni pizzas looked like they had been in a car wreck. There is a story in there somewhere...if only the pizzas could talk. Anyway, Patti Rochette has been a trooper all season, leaving the game early to set up for the post-game meal. Thanks Patti!