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Varsity Coaching Staff

 

JV Coaching Staff

 

Frosh Coaching Staff

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

Tony Franks

 

Jim Brusa

 

Steve Towne

 

Assistant Coaches

 

Assistant Coaches

 

Assistant Coaches

Doug Carruesco

Dave Tipton

JD Willis,

Angelo Galindo

Blake Eagal

Adam Pijl

Mike Cox

Harry Brown

Ed Tracy.

 

Paul Parises

Tim Gaea

Art Zanini

Aaron Jenkins

Devin Lagorio

ony Hamilton

 

Lui Tuitama

Brian Pratt

David Wimberly

Mark Borges

Robert Parmaley

Mike Montijo

Walt Vancil

 

 

Varsity Roster

  2

Righetti, Noah

QB

12

 

26

Preston, CJ

DB

12

  3

Hodge, Khalil

ILB/TE

12

 

27

Leonardini, Chris

QB

11

  4

Norman, Javonte

WR/DB

12

 

33

Harwell, Roy

OLB

11

  5

Ferguson, Demetrius

WR/CB

12

 

34

Zaunbrecher, Brandon

RB/CB

11

  6

Gudino, Stephen

WR

12

 

42

Hall, Nicholas

K

12

  7

Johnson, Tavonne

RB/KR

12

 

44

Herrera, Nick

LB

11

  7

Dunniway, Jake

QB

10

 

45

Jumaoas, Adam

K

11

  8

Jackson, Dwight

LB

12

 

49

Relloque, Michael

LB

11

  9

Lee, Karsten

TE/DE

12

 

51

Salmon, Cutler

DL

12

10

Mills, Justiin

LB

12

 

52

Cunningham, Myles

DE/G

12

11

Montijo, Daniel

ILB

12

 

54

Ohan, Gerald

OL

11

12

Alegre, Tommy

QB

11

 

55

Carl, Jarret

OL

10

14

Johnson, Ontario

WR

11

 

58

Aumavae, Popo

OL/DL

10

15

Dunning, Dalton

DB

12

 

60

Cline, Gavin

OL

11

16

Hampton, Keaton

QB/FS

10

 

63

Corralejo, David

OL

11

17

Cotton, Dewey

RB

10

 

64

 Prefling, Mike

OL

10

18

Daniel, JJ

CB

12

 

65

 Ocon, Jonah

DL/OL

12

19

Cedas, Alex

RB

11

 

67

Husary, AJ

OL/DT

11

20

Ford, Lazarus

DB

12

 

72

Harper, Tony

OL

11

21

Spady, Marcell

LB/RB

12

 

74

Grimaldi, John Paul

C/DT

11

22

Lucero, Curtis

DB

12

 

75

McDermott, Shane

DE/T

12

23

Thruston, Kodi

CB

12

 

78

Le, Andy

T/DE

11

24

Caston, Parker

RB/DE

11

 

82

Delucchi, Jack

K

12

25

Sanders, Brandon

DB

11

 

85

Robbins, Mossimo

TE

12

 

JV Roster

Aponte, Marcus

Matuska, Jaron

Barney, Gabriel

Montijo, Michael

Borges, Christian

Norgaard, Cole

Brown, Harry

Olsen, Joseph

Carruesco, Nick

Ramirez, Alec

DaCruz, Michael

Relloque, Nick

Ford, David

Righetti, Joshua

Foronda, Marc

Rodriguez, Adrian

Frampton, Dusty

Rodriguez, Jake

Frontella, Kyle

Rubio, Roman

Garduno, Humberto

Saharan, Siddharth

Gines, Kevin

Salmon, Keller

Godinez, Andres

Sanders, Brandon

Hampton, Keaton

Stinhilver, Jordan

Heck, To's

Vancil, Connor

Houston,

Villegas, Shawn

 

Frehsman Roster

Almanza, Christian

Low, Hunter

Arredondo, Roman

Lozano, Tyler

Barth, Max

Mamola, Livio

Brown, DeSean

McClure, Davon

Cole, Nicholas

Miller, Ben

Cordova, Hunter

Montiel, Michael

Dawson, Kacey

Rigdon, Thomas

Haggerty, Sean

Rios, Diego

Haskell-Brink, Drew

Roque, Justice

Hearon, Chad

Rosales, Anthony

Heath, Harrison

Schenone, Dominic

Heffernan, Ben

Slotnick, Joseph

Hernandez, Manuel

Tatum, Dillon

Herrera, James

Telitz, Rick

Irvine, Alexis

Villagas, Tre'Shawn

Jenkins, Tre

Wabe, Jordan

Jenkins, Drew

Walker, Myles

Jones, Jonathan

Wallace, Nolan

Lee, Max

Wheatley, Weston

Lara, Gabe

Williams, Billy

Lomas, Damon

Zarzuela, Nathane

Long, Joey

 

 

 

Varsity Record

W

L

League

6

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Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Thurs.

Aug. 26

Granite Bay (scrimmage)

6:00

Granite Bay

Sat.

Aug. 30

Vacaville (scrimmage)

9:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 5

Cardinal Newman

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 12

Central Catholic

5:00/7:15

Central Catholic

Sat.

Sept. 20

St. Ignatius

11:30/2:00

St. Ignatius

Fri.

Sept. 26

Los Gatos

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 3

Buhach Colony

5:00/7:30

Buhach Colony

Fri.

Oct. 10

West

5:00/7:15

West

Fri.

Oct. 17

Tokay (Homecoming)

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 24

Tracy

5:00/7:15

Tracy

Fri.

Oct. 31

Lodi

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Nov. 7

Lincoln

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

 

Freshmen

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Thurs.

Aug. 28

Granite Bay (scrimmage)

6:00

Granite Bay

Sat.

Aug. 30

Vacaville (scrimmage)

9:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 4

Cardinal Newman

10:00

Cardinal Newman

Thurs.

Sept. 11

Franklin (Elk Grove)

6:00

St. Mary’s

Sat.

Sept. 20

St. Ignatius

9:00

St. Ignatius

Thurs. Sept. 25 Deer Valley 5:00 Deer Valley

Thurs.

Oct. 2

Buhach Colony

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 9

West

6:00

West

Wed.

Oct. 15

Tokay

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 23

Tracy

6:00

Tracy

Thurs.

Oct. 30

Lodi

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Nov. 6

Lincoln

6:00

St. Mary’s

         

News

    

 

 

Football: Homecoming: St. Mary's 32, Tokay 0

 

Giving the Homecoming crowd a game to remember, the Rams obliterated the Tigers, shutting them out 32-0 in a game that saw two Tokay players ejected in the third quarter.

 

One of the longest marches in  SM history, a  21-play sequence the Rams executed against Tokay, was capped when  quarterback Noah Righetti found Keaton Hampton, who ended the wide open in the Tokay secondary and connecting with him for a 21-yard touchdown. Hampton had 8 catches, 94 yards; Dewey Cotton and Ontario Johnson had touchdown receptions of 23 and 52 yards, respectively. St. Mary's finished with 411 yards of offense, including 168 rushing. Brandon Zaunbrecher led the Rams with 44 yards on 16 carries filling in for injured starter Marcell Spady. Nicholas Hall converted a 29-yard field goal and Javonte Norman caught a 19-yard touchdown pass. Myles Cunningham and Andy Le each sacked the Tokay quarterback in the 32-0 shutout..

 

RamStats: 8 14 3 7 - 32; Cotton 23 pass from Righetti (Cotton pass from Righetti); Hampton 21 pass from Righetti (Hall kick); Johnson 52 pass from Righetti (Hall kick); FG 29 Hall; Norman 19 pass from Righetti (Hall kick) Record: 6-1, 2-0.

 

Football: St. Mary's 46, West 14

 

St. Mary's defense took advantage of West's turnovers allowing the Rams offense to overwhelm the Wolfpack as the Rams' beat West 46-14 while rolling up 348 yards in a TCAL win at the Wolfpack's stadium.  

 

 In the first half,a roughing the kicker penalty was followed by two fumble recoveries by lineman Myles Cunningham that set up a pair of 14-yard touchdown runs by Noah Righetti  Righetti ended up scoring  five touchdowns with the other three coming on a 1-yard run, a 15-yard scoring pass on the last play of the first quarter to Stephen, and on a 14-yard pass to Ontario Johnson.

 

Righetti was 11 of 17 for 163 yards. Keaton Hampton had three receptions for 63 yards, Marcell Spady had 16 carries for 143 yards and a 4-yard touchdown and Brandon Zaunbrecher came off the bench in the second half to gain 48 yards on six carries with a 1-yard touchdown.

 

RamStats: 12 20 7 7 –46; Righetti 1 run (kick failed); Gudino 15 pass from Righetti (run failed); Johnson 14 pass from Righetti (Hall kick); Righetti 14 run (Hall kick); Righetti 14 run (kick failed)l Spady 4 run (Hall kick)[ Zaunbrecher 1 run (Hall kick). Record: 5-1, 1-0 TCAL.

 

Football: St. Mary's 45, Buhach Colony 30

 

Khalil Hodge stopped Buhach Colony's aball carrier on the first play of the game, then two plays later he did it again. Hodge set the tone for the Rams defensive play the entire game, including stopping the Thunder at the goal line with four successive defensive plays.

 

Javonte Norman's  interception  with a return to the Buhach 30, se up St. Mary’s first touchdown. Demetrius Ferguson, who earlier scored on a 10-yard sweep to give the Rams a 6-2 lead, produced a highlight play on the final play of the first half.

 

With his offensive line providing protection, quarterback Noah Righetti had time to allow Ferguson to get 30 yards downfield and evade one of three defenders assigned him. Righetti threw a rainbow to the goal line and Ferguson went up to grab the ball, before landing in the end zone.that gave St. Mary’s a 19-2 lead, and it quickly ballooned to 32-2 when Marcell Spady ran for two TDs within the first 2 minutes of the second half. His second score was set up by a Buhach fumble, caused by a jarring hit.

 

The Rams went on to win 45-30. Record 4-1.

 

Los Gatos: St. Mary's 35, Los Gatos 32

 

The Rams provided an exciting evening of football and overcame not only a late surge by the  Wildcats, but a number of calls that  made the crowd less than happy, including a clear touchdown that was disallowed on the basis of a St. Mary's player being out of bounds when the scoring pass was caught that video footage disclosed was not true.

 

Los Gatos built a 10-point lead on the St. Mary's but the Rams battled back with two touchdowns apiece by  Demetrius Ferguson and Marcell Spady.to gain the lead in the fourth quarter, while fighting off a late dramatic rally in the closing minutes when Jonah Ocon recovered a fumble by the Wildcats quarterback at the 2 yard line in the closing seconds to seal the the 35-32 win.

 

St. Mary’s took the lead for good after Demetrius Ferguson faked a punt near midf eld and rushed to the Wildcats' 10 to set up Marcell Spady’s 5-yard run for a 35-25 lead with 5:01 left in the game.

 

RamStats:    0   15   7   13  35; Righetti 7 pass from Ferguson (Stephen Gudino run); Ferguson 10 pass from Righetti (Jumaoas kick); Ferguson 35 pass from Righetti (Jumaoas kick); Spady 11 run (Jumaoas kick); Spady 6 run (PAT failed). Record: 3-1

 

Football: St. Ignatius 27, St  Mary’s 24 OT

 

Although leading 14-7 at halftime, the Rams were forced into overtime by St. Ignatius during which Jack Delucchi kicked a field goal to put St. Mary’s ahead. However, the Rams were intercepted in their next possession which allowed St. Ignatius to fight back, finally sealing it with their own field goal to hand the Rams a tough loss.

 

RamStats:  7 7 0 7 3 0 – 24; Righetti 43 run (Delucchi kick); Gudino 3 pass from Righetti (Delucchi kick); Righetti 31 run (Delucchi kick); SM - Delucchi 19 FG; SM - Delucchi 23 FG Record: 2-1.

 

 

Daniel Montuo Featured In The Record

 

Senior Daniel Montuo was featured in The Record for his musical and athletic abilities. A tough, no-no-nonsense football player averaging 5 tackles per game, Daniel is a self0taught piano player who has developed into a great piano player to the delight of the St. Mary’s High School community.  Daniel plays regularly at the school Masses and exhibits his football talents as an inside linebacker for the Rams. More from The Record…

 

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Football: St. Mary's 18, Central Catholic 13

 

The Holy Bowl between St. Mary's and Central Catholic is known for its friendly rivalry, but more for its excitement, and this year was no exception.  With the score in the Raider's favor the  Rams won in final minute on Neal Righetti's bootleg around the right end for a 6-yard touchdown Friday to lift the Rams to an 18-13 victory. .

 

According to The Record: “Given a final opportunity, Righetti hit Ferguson with a 13-yard pass on fourth-and-12, then Marcell Spady ran the ball inside the 10. With 40 seconds left, Righetti was given the opportunity to call the play in the huddle. “(Central) was calling out '57, 57,’ and I had seen them shift over earlier in the game when they called that,” said Righetti, noting that ‘57’ is the Rams’ sweep play. “I told coach about it, and he said to call the play I wanted.” So, while the Rams gave the appearance of running the sweep to the right, bringing much of Central’s defense with them, Righetti ran right and followed a key block by receiver Stephen Gudino into the end zone for the win.

 

RamStats: 0 12 0 6 — 18 SM—Spady 20 run (kick failed) SM—Ferguson 21 pass from Righetti (pass

failed) SM—Righetti 6 run (pass failed) Record: 2-0

 

Men’s Soccer: Tokay 6, St. Mary’s 0

 

Playing in TCAL action at St. Mary’s, Michael Valencia, the Rams were not able to contain the Tigers, losing 2-0.  Record: 0-2 TCAL)

 

Football: St. Mary’s 34, Cardinal Newman 14

 

In the opening game of the 2014-15 season, the Rams plucked the Cardinals for three shut-out quarters before allowing Cardinal Neman to score in the fourth quarter, as St. Mary’s rolled to a 35-14 win on the back of phenomenal defense who put pressure on the Cardinal quarterback on every play.

 

St. Mary’s (1-0) forced a three-and-out and drove into Cardinal Newman territory on its fi rst possession. Facing a fourth-and-15, quarterback Noah Rigetti found wide receiver Javonte Norman for a 31-yard touchdown on a seam route. Norman leaped up to grab the pass and sprinted into the end zone , a portend of things to come.

 

Demetrius Ferguson came next with a  45-yard gain on a slant, followed by  tailback Marcell Spady, who plowed in for a 1-yard touchdown. Spady had 14 carries for a game-high 117 yards and three touchdowns.

 

Ferguson finished with four catches for 80 yards, while Righetti went 7-of-13 passing for 136 yards and a touchdown in an excellent tune up for next week’s Holy Bowl against Central Catholic.

 

RamStats 7 15 7 6 —35 Scoring summary: Norman 31 pass from Righetti (kick

good); Spady 1 run (Norman pass from Righetti); Spady 36 run (kick good) ; Spady 6 run (kick good); Zaunbrecher 16 run (kick failed) Record: 1-0.

 

 

Football Highlights

 

 

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 Jaquars

 

Doug Martin, Class of 2007

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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