The Granada HS Matadors ran into a buzz saw as they took on the Amador Valley Dons in Pleasanton. This first quarter had the Dons firing on all cylinders as they put up a quick 11 points. To add insult to injury, the Matadors got their first serious injury of the season, as Chase Parker (14) broke his collar bone on the field. As the Matadors tried to get things going, the Dons tacked on another 5 goals. The Matadors tried to regroup as Kalel Disu (7) scored a goal and Alexander Operin (28) scored twice. But, the Dons' quick and relentless attack proved too much to overcome as they walked away with the victory 22-3.