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Varsity Coaching Staff

 

JV Coaching Staff

 

Frosh Coaching Staff

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

Tony Franks

 

Tim Gildea

 

Lui Tuitam/Mike Montijo

 

Assistant Coaches

 

Assistant Coaches

 

Assistant Coaches

Doug Carruesco 

Dave Tipton

Kevin Standart

Adam Pijl

Blake Eagal

JD Willis

Angelo Galindo

Mike Cox

Harry Brown

Ed Tracy

Jeff Telles

Paul Kent  

 

Paul Parises

Tim Gaea

Art Zanini

Aaron Jenkins

 

David Wimberly

Mark Borges

Willie Herrera

Roy Harwell

 

Varsity Roster

Aghazarian, Max

68

6'0"

260

OL

11

Aguirre, Christian

51

5'10"

215

OL

12

Allen, Gino

55

6'0"

255

DT/T

12

Andrade, Jesus

12

5'7"

145

WR/CB

11

Aponte, Izaiah

8

5'8"

185

LB

10

Beatty, Todd

57

6'2'`

230

DE

10

Brooks, Amir

25

6'0"

165

S

11

Brown, Will

7

5'9"

160

RB/CB

12

Cassidy, Brian

64

6'2'`

245

OL

11

Chavez, Michael

14

5'11"

170

QB/DB

10

Claridy, Demarian

33

6'1"

210

DE

12

Cotton, DuMaurier

11

5'5"

140

WR/CB

12

Deal, Logan

59

5'10"

215

OL/DL

12

Doyle, Jordan

6

5'9"

155

FS

12

Fernandez, David

52

5'9"

220

DL

11

Fontes, Joe

17

5'9"

150

WR

12

Garduno, Alex

65

5'6"

230

DT

12

Gipson, Jared

4

6'1"

185

WR

11

Hanson, Max

60

6'1"

190

DE

11

Heck, Maika

13

6'2'`

220

QB/DE

11

Huggins, Nick

24

5'9"

185

LB/SS

11

Iulio, Simi

50

6'0"

290

OL

12

Jobin, Devon

21

5'9"

185

SS

11

Jones, Charles

88

5'11"

180

WR/DE

10

Jones, Hunter

72

6'3"

265

DT/T

12

Jordan-Scott, Donovan

20

5'8"

145

WR/CB

12

Kent, Dylan

40

5'9"

200

LB

11

Lee, Isaiah

74

6'2'`

285

OL

12

Marshall, Jamar

3

6'1"

175

WR

11

May, Noah

5

6'2'`

180

QB

11

Meafua, Mareko

53

6'0"

235

LB

12

Moore, Asar-Alim

2

6'0"

185

S/WR

11

Morris, Taj

29

5'10"

185

RB

11

Murray, Nick

19

5'8"

135

WR/CB

10

Nishi, Joshuah

43

5'9"

225

LB

12

Paine, Dalton

76

6'0"

285

OL/DL

12

Parungao, Christopher

42

5'3"

160

LB

12

Perry, Dawson

10

6'1"

180

QB

11

Reis, Nicolas

15

6'4"

205

WR

12

Rogers, Jaden

65

6'1"

315

OL/DL

11

Sanchez, Eddie

80

5'7"

135

K

11

Wallace, Zach

75

6'0"

230

OL/DL

12

Washington, Tyrei

22

5'7"

205

RB/LB

10

White, Liam

25

6'1"

280

DL

11

Williams, Dyllen

34

5'11"

175

DE

11

Wood , Elijah

16

6'3"

205

WR/SS

11

 

JV Roster

Arnaudo, Nathan

McKee, Patrick

Aumavae, Enoka

Merin, Gavin

Brown, James

Mounger, Josh

Cedas, Niko

Nov, Malik

Cushman, Matthew

Ohan, John

Daos, Ethan

Ottolini, Anthony

DelCarlo, Anthony

Pietrantonio, Isaiah

Enos, Anthony

Rascon, Max

Hernandez, Hugo

Serrano, Michael

Hopson, William

Solotun, Oluwalanayo

Jackson, Alonzo

Thomas, Tim

Kramer, Tim

Umana, Diego

Levasseur, Nick

Vinoya, Michael

Macedo, JT

Wade, Christian

 

Frehsman Roster

Andrade, Andrew

Magsayo, Vincemmanuel

Arnaudo, Matthew

Maldonado, Julian

Ballucanag, John Paul

Marshall, Jadyn

Carter, Charles

McShane, Dylan

Cordero, Austin

Menchaca-Ortiz, Bainan

Garduno, Jahmel

Mendoza, Joel

Graves, Isaac

Moustakas, Colt

Harwell, Devin

Obi, Godfrey

Hearon, Jaden

Perez, Giovanni

Hohe, Daniel

Ramirez, Mateo

Holbert, Deven

Umana, Darian

House, Brady

Velo, Caleb

Ieremia, Elijah

White, Monte

Jacks, Jahzon

Wilson, Diesel

Jones, Hayden

Yeley, Tucker

Kanae-Kaleimamahu, Dallas

 

 
Varsity Record

W

L

League

8

4

5-0

 

Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

 

Day

 Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Fri.

Aug. 24

Pittsburg

5:00/7:15

Pittsburg

Fri.

Aug. 31

Central Catholic

4:30/7:00

Central Catholic

Fri.

Sept. 6

Oakdale (JV)

6:00

Oakdale

Fri.

Sept. 7

Mater Dei (V)

7:00

Mater Dei

Fri.

Sept. 14

Tranquility (JV)

5:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 14

DaMonte Ranch (V)

7:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 21

Bishop O’Dowd

4:00/7:00

Bishop O’Dowd

Fri.

Sept. 28

West (Homecoming) (V)

7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 5

Lodi

5:00/7:15

Lodi

Fri.

Oct. 12

Tracy

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 19

Tokay

5:00/7:15

Tokay

Fri.

Oct. 26

Lincoln

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri. Nov. 9 TBA (Section) 7:00 St. Mary's
Fri. Nove 16 TBA (Section) 7:00 TBA

 

Freshmen

 

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Thurs.

Aug. 23

Central High School

4:00

Fresno

Thurs.

Aug. 30

Central Catholic

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 6

Oakdale

4:00

Oakdale

Thurs.

Sept. 13

Christian Bros.

6:00

St. Mary’s

Fri

Sept. 21

Calaveras

5:00

Calaveras

Wed.

Sept. 26

West

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 4

Lodi

6:00

Lodi

Thurs.

Oct. 11

Tracy

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 18

Tokay

6:00

Tokay

Thurs.

Oct. 25

Lincoln

6:00

St. Mary’s

 

News

 

Football:Sac-Joaquin Playoffs: St. Mary's 30, Sheldon 29

 

In what will be a long remembered game, a last minute drive by the Rams brought a come from behind victory in the quarterfinal game, 30-29.

 

With 54 seconds left, and St. Mary's trailing 29-23, the Rams were 70 yards from the goal line.  After a couple of quick pass plays, they found themselves 46 yards from a score. Noah May ran to the right, jinked a defendant and let loose a pass to Joe Fontes who pulled it in for a touchdown.

 

The score was 29-29 and St.Mary's, due to a penalty for excessive celebration, was left with a 35 yard PAT attempt. That is when Eddie Sanchez, the Rams quiet but effective kicker came in.  He slowly placed the ball, walked backward pacing off his steps, the, with a St. Mary's crowd quiet in anticipation, kicked the ball toward the uprights. As the ball gained altitude and distance the fans began to erupt in wild celebration with 16 seconds left on the clock.

 

The Rams defense came up big, stopping Sheldon in 3 plays, including a statement sack as time ran out.

 

St. Mary's will face No. 1 Folsom in the semi-finals on November 16th. Record 8-4

 

Football: St. Mary's 48, Lincoln 20

 

In a game that saw a ceremonial coin that brought together St. Mary's and Lincoln players from 50 years ago when Duane Isetti  coached his first rivalry game, the Rams came back in the second half to score 34 unanswered points after falling behind 20-14 in the first half. Things changed drastically in favor of St. Mary's when in the opening drive of the second half tailback Will Brown took eight carries for 61 yards including the go-ahead touchdown. In their next three drives the Rams got two TD's from Michael Chavez on runs of 29 and 16 yards respectively and an 8 yard run from Tyrei Washington.

 

Quoted in the Record, Tony Franks said “Just a giant sigh of relief that we were able to get it together in the second half and come out and find our strength.”

 

On his own, Will Brown overwhelmed Lincoln in the second half, taking 14 carries for 126 yards before being helped off the field with an apparent injury. Brown had  22 carries overall for a game-high 154 yards.

 

St. Mary’s quarterback Noah May threw TD passes of 34 yards to Nicolas Reis and 63 yards to Elijah

Wood in the first half. Defensive end Dyllen Williams picked off the Trojans and sprinted to the house

for a 45-yard pick-six in the fourth quarter. Record: 6-4, 5-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 49, Tokay 0

 

The Rams continued their tear through TCAL opponents with a 49-0 shutout of the Tigers at the Grape Bowl. Record: 5-4, 4-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 42, Lodi 8

 

The Rams extinguished the Flames in a blowout at the Grape Bowl. Lodi threatened to score in the first minutes of the game only to be beaten back by St. Mary's who marched right back down the field for a touchdown.

 

It was all Rams the first half as the score stood at 35-0 as the 28-point second quarter ended. St. Mary's added another touchdown I the third quarter.  Record: 3-4; 2-0TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 49, West 0

 

Homecoming was celebrated by the Rams in their TCAL opener at Sanguinetti Field as they shut out the Wolfpack 49-0. The Rams had scoring drives of 0, 54, 28, 26, 31 and 81 yards overcoming an interception and a fumble along the way. This was the 22nd straight TCAL victory for St. Mary's.

and a fumble or the damage

 

The Record quoted Coach Franks: “I don’t know how people are viewing us with our early season performance. I think we’re going to reserve judgment until the end of the season and look at our body of work over the course of the year. This team is getting better and better every week and I think we’re going to be OK."

 

The defense began the scoring as Gino Allen recoverd a West fumble in the West end zone on the game’s second play for a 7-0 Rams lead after an Eddie Sanchez extra point kick.  The Rams saw their running backs rush for 198 yards on 20 plays in the first half. William Brown led the charge with 78 yards on eight carries and a touchdown and  Taj Morris rushed for 38 yards on three carries and a touchdown run that was set up by a great punt return on the part of DuMaurier Cotton. Tyrei Washington ran for 73 yards and a touchdown.

 

But two plays later Rams senior Jordan Doyle intercepted a West pass turning it into a 26 yard TD and a 28-0 advantage with just over a minute left in the first quarter.

 

The Rams defense shined as it forced five West punts in the first 24 minutes as well as a pair of costly turnovers, both of which led directly to Rams touchdowns.

 

May completed two passes, both to senior receiver Nicholas Reis, for 13- and five-yard touchdowns.

 

Record: 2-4, 1-0 TCAL

 

Football: St Mary's 45, Bishop O'Dowd 20

 

The Rams got their first win of the season against on the road against powerhouse Bishop O'Dowd with a score of 45-20.

 

St. Mary's led 17-0 over the Dragons by the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter the teams exchanged touchdowns for  a half-time score of 31-14. The Rams had unanswered touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters to win the contest.  Record 1-4.

 

Football: Diamonte 20, St. Mary's 14

 

The Rams took on Nevada powerhouse Diamonte at Sanguinetti stadium. While it was evident that the Rams have improved significantly, and battled very well, their late lead was erased when Diamonte scored a touchdown with under 3 minutes remaining.  St. Mary's will prepare for league, with the first game against the Wolf Pack with an 0-4 pre season record.

 

Football: Mater Dei 56, St. Mary's 0

 

Playing in Santa Ana against the No.3 team in the nation, the Rams gave up 30 points in the first quarter but kept the Monarchs to one td for the last two quarters as they lost 56-0. Record 0-3.

 

Football: Central Catholic 33, St. Mary's 20

 

The Rams fell to the Raiders in the annual Holy Bowl Game, played in Modesto, 33-20. Tied at 20-20 at half time, the tempo of the game changed when St. Mary's turned the ball over three times, with an interception, a fumble, and once more on downs deep in Ram territory.

 

St. Mary's travels to Santa Ana to play Mater Dei next.  Record: 0-2.

 

Football: Pittsburgh 48, St. Mary's 7

 

The Rams lost their season opener on the road against Pittsburgh 48-7. The Rams were held scoreless in the first half, with the only touchdown coming in the third quarter. The Pirates scored all their points in the first half of the game. Record 48-7.

 

Coach Tony Franks Featured in Inaugural Best Preps Podcast

 

Coach Tony Franks was the featured guest on the inaugural Best Preps podcast by The Record Sports Department.

 

Excerpts from the article:

 

A 1976 St. Mary's graduate, Franks has coached the Rams for 16 straight seasons and 19 overall. He's led the program to three Sac-Joaquin Section championships, and two years ago took the Rams to a state championship game. Last season, St. Mary's made another run to the section championships after an undefeated run in Tri-City Athletic League play.

 

When you're at the ground level of creating a brand-new podcast focusing on the best and brightest of high school sports in this area, there's one call you make first. After a few rings, St. Mary's High football head coach Tony Franks stopped mid-trek through a secluded mountain range and picked up the phone.

 

A lot more was discussed beyond Franks' favorite hiking spots, including the state of junior quarterback Noah May and the rest of the Rams heading into the 2018 season.

 

We tossed Franks a few questions on the fun side, too. He wouldn't reveal what his postgame treat of choice was, but said one of his favorite places to play outside of St. Mary's used to be Pacific.

 

"There was nothing like coming out of those two old locker rooms. ... and getting into that tunnel that led down to the field," Franks said. "You'd turn that corner and see the stadium, and your cleats would be making that click-clack sound on the asphalt. That was as good as it gets."

 

 

Professional Football Alumni

 

Eric Williams, Class of 1980,

 

10 seasons in the NFL and started at defensive tackle for the 1991 Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins

 

Christopher Smith, Class of 1997

 

2 seasons with the NFL, New York Jets

 

 

John Estes, Class of 2006

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Doug Martin, Class of 2007

 

Oakland Raiders Tampa Bay Buccaneers

3 Time Pro-Bowl

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