Varsity Boys Soccer

Palo Alto 0, Los Gatos 0

Date of competition: Thursday, January 14, 2010

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Palo Alto battled to a scoreless deadlock with visiting Los Gatos in a SCVAL De Anza Division boys' soccer match on Thursday. The Vikings are now 2-0-1 in league (5-2-4 overall) while Los Gatos is 1-1 (6-5-1).

Both teams had opportunities with Paly outshooting Los Gatos, 12 – 4, in the first half. The second half was more evenly played with Los Gatos having the most dangerous shot that Paly keeper Scott Alexander saved. The senior made a diving block of a 14-yard shot that bounced out of bounds in the latter part of the second half, thus saving the tie. The Paly defense was very solid behind the play of John Richardson, Nittai Malchin, Peter Laminette, and Grant Shorin.

posted by Palo Alto Online on Jan 15, 2010 at 9:58 am

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posted by Keith Peters on Jan 15, 2010 at 11:47 am

Palo Alto's Zac Hummel (6) battles with a Los Gatos player during the teams' 0-0 deadlock on Thursday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Despite wearing a cast on his injured right hand, Palo Alto's Spencer Sims (7) still was aggressive during his team's 0-0 deadlock with visiting Los Gatos in Thursday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Palo Alto's Sam Greene (left) goes airborne to gain control during a 0-0 SCVAL De Anza Division deadlock with Los Gatos on Thursday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

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