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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

Alegre, Tommy

12

Herrera, Nick

12

Aponte, Marcus

10

Howze, Tynan

11

Aumavae,Popo

11

Jaabar, Chadi

11

Ballucanag, Jeremiah

12

Johnson, Ontario

12

Barney, Gabe

11

Jumaoas, dam

12

Borges, Christian

11

Leonardini, Chris

12

Brown, Harry

11

Norgaard, Cole

11

Carl, Jarret

11

Ohan, Gerald

12

Carruesco, Nick

11

Olsen, Joseph

11

Cedas, Alex

12

Prefling, Mike

11

Clinie, Gavin

12

Ramirez, Alec

11

Corralejo, David

12

Relloque, Mike

12

Cotton, Dewey

11

Relloque, Nick

11

DaCruz, Mike

11

Righetti, Josh

11

Dunniway, Jake

11

Rodriguez, Adrian

11

Escobar, Jordan

12

Rodriguez, Jacob

11

Ford, David

11

Rubio, Roman

11

Frampton, Dusty

10

Saharan, Sid

11

Frontella, Kyle

11

Salmon, Keller

11

Garduno, Humberto

11

Sanders, Brandon

12

Godiinez, Andres

11

Sanders, Brandon W

11

Grimaldi, JP

12

Stinhilver, Jordan

11

Hampton, Keaton

11

Villegas, Shawn

11

Heath, Harrison

10

Zumbacher, Brandon

12

Heck, To'a

11

 

 

 

JV Roster

Almanza, Christian

Low, Hunter

Barth, Max

Lozano, Tyler

Brown, DeSean

Mamola, Livio

Cole, Nicholas

McClure, Davon

Cordova, Hunter

Montiel, Michael

Dawson, Kacey

Mounger, Elijah

Gallegos,Jovann

Rigdon, Thomas

Haggerty, Sean

Rios, Diego

Hearon, Chad

Roque, Justice

Herrera, James

Rosales, Anthony

Jenkins, Drew

Schenone, Dominic

Jenkins, Tre

Telitz, Rick

Jobin, Louis

Villegas, Tre

Jones, Jonathan

Wabe, Jordan

Lee, Max

Wheatley, Weston

Long, Joey

Zarzuela, Nathane

 

Frehsman Roster

Aguirre, Christian

Iulio, Simi

Allen, Gino

Jones, Hunter

Baysinger, Nick

Marguez, Jaycee

Brown, Will

Medina, Dionsio

Hand-Cannon, Dante

Merin, Mason

Clark, AJ

Nguyen, Daniel

Cotton, Dumaurie

Nishi, Joshuah

Deal, Logan

Olsen, Sam

Doyle, Jordan

Paine, Dalton

Dunn, Parker

Parungao, Christopher

Eigenberger, Sam

Ramos, Logan

Engdahl, Grant

Rezania, Camron

Estrella, Gabe

Robertson, TJ

Fontes, Joey

Satterfield, Kwame

Franco, Justin

Sevy, Ryan

Freeman, John

Shipman, Charlie

Garduno, Alex

Stevens, Greg

Gotschall, Colin

Sylvia, Caleb

Guzman, Lionel

Wallace, Zach

Hernandezgarcia, Marvin

Williamson, Austin

Hughes, Malon

 

 

 

Varsity Record

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League

 

 

 

 

Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Thurs. Aug. 20 Green and White Scrimmage 5:00 St. Mary's

Sat.

Aug. 22

Granite Bay Scrimmage

10:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Aug. 28

Vacaville Scrimmage

5:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 4

Cardinal Newman

4:30/7:00

Cardinal Newman

Fri.

Sept. 11

Central Catholic (Holy Bowl)

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 18

St. Ignatius

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 25

Los Gatos

5:00/7:15

Los Gatos

Fri.

Oct. 2

Buhach Colony (Homecoming)

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 9

West

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 16

Tokay

5:00/7:15

Tokay

Fri.

Oct. 23

Tracy

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 30

Lodi

5:00/7:15

Lodi

Fri.

Nov. 6

Lincoln

5:00/7:15

Lincoln

Fri. Nov. 13 Playoffs Rnd 1    
Fri. Nov. 20 Playoffs Rnd 2    
Fri. Nov. 27  Playoffs Rnd 3    
Fri. Dec. 4 Section Championship    

 

Freshmen

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Sat.

Aug. 22

Granite Bay Scrim.

10:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Aug. 28

Vacaville Scrim.

5:00

St. Mary’s

Sat.

Sept. 5

Cardinal Newman

11:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 10

Central Catholic

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 17

St. Ignatius

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 24

Los Gatos

6:00

Los Gatos

Wed.

Sept. 30

Buhach Colony

6:00

Buhach Colony

Thurs.

Oct. 8

West

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 15

Tokay

6:00

Tokay

Thurs.

Oct. 22

Tracy

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 29

Lodi

6:00

Lodi

Thurs.

Nov. 5

Lincoln

6:00

Lincoln

 

News

       

St. Mary's Rams Retooled and Reloaded

 

By Thomas Lawrence
Record Staff Writer

Posted Aug. 24, 2015

 

STOCKTON – The remaining Rams don’t feel jaded over watching a section championship slip through their grasp. Instead, they agree, the heartbreak comes from knowing they could’ve made history.

 

The St. Mary’s football team came a touchdown away from its third Sac-Joaquin Section banner, in a 21-14 loss to Sacramento-Grant in the Division II final last December at Sacramento State. It was a wild affair in the rain and cold, including a momentary scuffle between the teams and a nullified near touchdown catch for then-sophomore Dewey Cotton.

 

Yet, St. Mary’s was also stuffed on 4th-and-goal at the Grant 1, and earned a 1st and goal from the Pacers' 6-yard line with a chance to tie or take the lead in the game’s final minute only to fail.

So the only finger-pointing is right back at the green and white.

 

“It makes us want to get back to sections that much more,” senior wide receiver Ontario Johnson said. “Because we feel like the only reason the game ended that way, was because we let it end that way.”

Johnson, though he saw playing time in 2014, is one of several new faces thrust into leadership roles. St. Mary’s graduated 16 of its 22 starters, including 10 of 11 on defense.

 

That, 14th-year coach Tony Franks said, is part of the entertainment.

 

“That’s kind of the fun of it,” said Franks, a two-time section champion with St. Mary’s. “I think the players understand some of the things that we did last year – the coaches certainly do. It’s just a matter of getting a bunch of repetitions and going over and over it.”

 

Senior lineman David Corralejo is the lone returning starter on defense, though junior A.J. Husary saw time on the line with him. New to the mix this year are ends Cole Norgaard and Gerald Ohan. Popo Aumavae, a standout offensive lineman, will see time on the defensive line, too.

 

The linebacking corps brings in senior Mike Relloque in the middle, with seniors Roy Harwell and Nick Herrera, junior Shawn Villegas and sophomore Harrison Heath, who can be an outside ’backer or a strong safety. In the secondary, Johnson, Heath and senior Chris Leonardini plug in at safety. Seniors Brandon Sanders and Alex Cedas are due to be starting cornerbacks, while junior Keaton Hampton, a starting wide receiver, will try his hand on defense.

 

Sanders, for one, learned plenty from watching Record All-Area defensive backs Javonte Norman, Kodi Thruston and Lazarus Ford operate last year.

 

“Be aggressive, don’t be scared. Always have that mindset of ‘be the better person,’” Sanders said.

The 2014 Rams were certain of their quarterback heading into the season. And it paid off, as senior Noah Righetti delivered 32 touchdown passes as The Record’s All-Area Player of the Year. This time around, it’s a triumvirate of hopefuls in senior Tommy Alegre, junior Jake Dunniway and sophomore Marcus Aponte.

 

All three are viable starters, Franks said, and the decision wasn't yet made as of the first week of fall camp.

 

“All three of those young men are talented young men, and all three of them will make excellent starters,” Franks said. “It’s been a heck of a competition and it will continue to be.”

 

Senior Brandon Zaunbrecher and sophomore Dusty Frampton are the top two tailbacks. Zaunbrecher showed flashes of brilliance with limited touches last year, and Frampton shined as a freshman on St. Mary’s sophomore team.

 

“I think both of those guys are tenacious,” Franks said.

 

Hampton, Johnson and Cotton are the trio of wideouts for the yet-to-be-named quarterback to throw to. Cotton, 5-foot-4, was 145 pounds as a junior but has put on muscle, and if possible, seems faster, Franks said.

 

As much as anyone, Cotton has reason to fume over the section finals. Photographs revealed on social media during and after the game showed Cotton touching the pylon on the touchdown that was called back.

 

Yet, that flame is already stoked by football, Franks said. No need for grudge-holding.

 

“He’s just got that fire. He would’ve done that regardless of how the Grant game ended up,” Franks said. “He wants to be great. And he’s willing to work at it.”

 

 

 

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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