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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

Dan Mello

Adam Pijl,

 

Paul Parises

Tim Gaea

Art Zanini

Mike Cox

Larry Watts

Jim Haislip

 

 

Lui Tuitama,

Mike Carruesco,

Brian Pratt

David Wimberly

James Stevenson

 

 

Varsity Roster

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Wesley Thompson

WR/DB

SR

3

 Jaelin Ratliff

WR/DB

SR

4

Bryan Pasqual

WR/DB

SR

5

Demetrius Ferguson

WR/DB

JR

6

Kaleb Parrish

QB

SR

7

David Juarez

DB

SR

8

Noah Righetti

QB

JR

9

Kyle Dawson

DE/TE

SR

10

Perrin Boyd

WR/TE

SR

11

Daniel Montijo

LB

JR

12

Lorenzo Grayson

WR/DB

SR

14

Jacob Roek

DB

SR

15

Karsten Lee

TE

JR

16

Kodi Thurston

DB/WR

JR

17

Stephen Gudino

WR

JR

18

JJ Daniel

DB

JR

20

Lazarus Ford

DB

JR

21

Marcell Spady

RB/LB

JR

22

Curtis Lucero

WR/DB

JR

23

Javonte Norman

WR/DB

JR

24

Dwight Jackson

LB

JR

25

Khalil Hodge

LB/RB

JR

26

Christian Preston

DB

JR

28

Justin Mills

LB

JR

33

Marcus Lomas

RB/DB

SR

35

Myles Cunningham

DL

JR

36

Dalton Dunning

DB

JR

40

Parker Caston

RB

SO

42

Nicholas Hall

 K

JR

44

Christian Nishi

 LB

JR

45

Peter Montesinos

DL

SR

47

Matthew Pudwell

K

SO

49

Clark Butler

LB

SR

50

Raymond Solis

DL/OL

JR

51

Cutler Salmon

DL/OL

JR

52

Anthony Aiello

OL/DL

SR

54

Joseph Garcia

DL

JR

55

Nathan Rivas

OL

SR

58

Miguel Diaz

DL/OL

SR

63

Brandon Perez

OL/DL

SR

65

Jonah Ocon

OL/DL

JR

66

Eliasar Galvan

OL

JR

68

Nicholas Gonzales

OL

JR

73

Wyatt Ming

DL/OL

SR

74

Jacob Pimentel

OL

JR

75

Shane McDermott

OL/DL

JR

76

Matt Ray

OL/DL

SR

77

Travis Rigsbee

DL/OL

SR

82

Jack Delucchi

K

JR

 

JV Roster

Alegre Tommy

Johnson Ontario

Borke Gavin

Jumaoas Adam

Caston Parker

Kyle Kevin

Cedas Alex

Le Andy

Chukwueke Matthew

Leonardini Chris

Cline Gavin

Masuda Aaron

Corralejo David

Mendonca Michael

Galindo Anthony

Ohan Gerald

Grimaldi John Paul

Quinones Izzy

Hampton Keaton

Relloque Michael

Harper Tony

Sanders Brandon

Herrera Nick

Somera David

Husary AJ

Zaunbrecher Brandon

 

Frehsman Roster

Aumavae, Popo

Mays, Azari

Barney, Gabriel

Monckton, Christopher

Borges, Christian

Montijo, Michael

Brown, Harry

Norgaard, Cole

Carl, Jarrett

Olsen, Joseph

Carruesco, Nick

Pinzon, Ramil

Cotton, Dewey

Prefling, Michael

DaCruz, Michael

Quinones, Jonathan

Dunniway, Jake

Ramirez, Alec

Ford, David

Relloque, Nick

Foronda, Marc

Righetti, Joshua

Fortney, Nick

Rodriguez, Adrian

Friis, Jordan

Rodriguez, Jake

Frontella, Kyle

Rubio, Roman

Garduno, Humberto

Saharan, Siddharth

Gines, Kevin

Salmon, Keller

Godinez, Andres

Sanders, Brandon

Hampton, Keaton

Sarsfield, Brody

Heck, To's

Schrader, Tyler

Henderson, Da'Shae

Stephens, Joey

Johnson, Charlie

Stinhilver, Jordan

Koinzan, Tyler

Trotter,Jordan

Lee, Colin

Ustach, Kaz

Lightfoot-Shelton, Deion

Vancil, Connor

Macalolooy-Downes, Isaiah

Villegas, Shawn

Matuska, Jaron

 

 

Varsity Record

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Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

 

2014-2015 Regular Season Schedule Pending

 

Freshmen

 

2014-2015 Regular Season Schedule Pending

 

News

    

Football: Rams Selected For Lions All-Star Game

 

Three St. Mary’s Rams football players were named to the roster for the 41st annual Lions All-Star game on June 14 at Schneider Stadium in Tracy. The players will be recognized at a banquet April 12th at the Italian Athletic Club. The players are Bryan Pascual, David Juarez and Clark Butler.

 

Football: Rams On The Record All Area Team

 

St. Mary’s placed three players on the The Records’ regional All-Area First Team. They are: Matt Ray who was also the McKay Award winner as the top offensive lineman in the area was named the Tri-City Athletic League’s Offensive Lineman of the Year and honorable mention All-Sac-Joaquin Section;  Kyle Dawson who was The Tri-City Athletic League’s Defensive Lineman of the Year had 66 tackles and 61/2 quarterback sacks with one fumble recovery;  Jaelin Ratliff who Coach Tony Franks called the Ram’s best player without question. His hit against Concord-De La Salle made ESPN SportsCenter’s top 10 plays. Named his team’s MVP and first-team All-Tri-City Athletic League.

 

Named to  the Second Team Defense was linebacker Clark Butler.

 

Football: TCAL Honors for Rams

 

St. Mary’s senior Matt Ray was named offensive lineman of the year and teammate Kyle Dawson was named defensive lineman of the year.

 

The offense first team honors went to  Kaleb Parrish, Bryan Pascual and Jaelin Ratlilff The first team defense honors went to  Clark Butler of St. Mary’s, and David Juarez.

 

The second-team offense honors were given to Marcus Lomas, Brandon Perez andAnthony Aiello. The second-team defense included  Miguel Diaz, Wyatt Ming, Wesley and Thompson.

 

Honorable mentions are Perrin Boyd, Kahlil Hodge, Daniel Montijo and Demetrius Ferguson

 

Matt Ray Receives Award

 

Rams football player Matt Ray was presented with the McKay Award as the top offensive lineman in the Stockton metro area by the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame at their annual event.

 

Football: Section Playoffs: Yuba City 34, St. Mary's 28

 

In a year that started with great promise, but saw the Rams play inconsistent football, a fumble by Rams quarterback Noewl Righetti in the final two minutes, led to a 60 yard touchdown on the recovery by the Honkers, changed St. Mary's 28-26 lead to a 34-28 season ending loss.

 

The Record report on the game action was as follows: "After going three-and-out on their opening drive, the Rams forced a Yuba City fumble on its second offensive play. St. Mary's gave the ball right back on a fumble, which was returned 46 yards to the end zone by Honkers safety Alex Inskeep.

 

St. Mary's stormed back on its ensuing posession when Kaleb Parrish hooked up with Perrin Boyd for a 10-yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7.

 

Yuba City delivered a counter punch on its next posession by marching 75 yards for a score to go ahead 14-7.

 

After Parrish threw an interception in the second quarter, Righetti took over under center and was able to take the Rams 80 yards before halftime.

 

Righetti hit Jaelin Ratliff for a 45-yard completion and ended the drive with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Brian Pasqual.

 

Yuba City opened the second half with a 70-yard touchdown run from Omar Herrera, but the Rams came right back when Marcus Lomas found paydirt from 23 yards. St. Mary's took a 21-20 lead on that play after Yuba City missed a PAT.

 

St. Mary's added to its lead with a 9-yard pass from Righetti to Parrish, who moved to wide receiver, with 4:43 left in the third quarter.

 

After another Herrera touchdown cut St. Mary's lead to 28-26, the two defenses performed admirably in the fourth quarter, holding the offenses to two drives that ended in punts.

 

Guerrero made the big play when the Rams faced a third-and-12 at the Honkers 38-yard line.

 

St. Mary's had one last shot down 34-28 with 2:05 left, but couldn't convert on three consecutive pass attempts. Yuba City took over and was able to run out the clock."

 

Football: St. Mary’s 53, McNair 14

 

The Rams bounced back from their loss to Stagg, and sharpened their skills before entering the playoffs in  a 53-14 win over McNair on senior night at Sanguinetti Field.

 

Marcus Lomas ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries, and Kaleb Parrish went 6 for 9 for 59 yards with a touchdown, ran the ball five times for 27 yards and two touchdowns, and caught a pass for 38 yards to finish his senior regular season.

 

The Record quoted Coach Tony Franks:  "If we play to our capabilities, we're a very good team and very tough to beat," said Franks, who will find out his team's Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoff position on Saturday. "We know if we muster it up and put it together, we'll be a tough team to deal with."

 

Football: Stagg 40, St. Mary’s 32

 

In its first loss to Staff since 1999, the Rams fell behind 33-18 at the half, and, though they fought back hard in the second to bring the score to 40-32, it was not St. Mary’s night when they drove down to the goal line only to have a potential TD pass intercepted in the final seconds of the game. The loss placed the Rams, who are in their last year in TCAL, in second place for the first time since the league was formed.  Had St. Mary’s converted its points after, the score would have been tied at the end of regulation play.

 

RamStats:6 12 6 8—32 Parrish 4yd pass to Pasqual (kick failed); Johnson 5 run (pass failed); Parrish 55 pass to Ratliff (pass failed); SM – Parrish 3 run (kick failed); SM – Spady 5 run (Parrish pass to Ratliff) Record: 6-3, 3-1.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 75, West 8

 

Playing at West, the Rams were up 62-0 by half time, going on to beat West by a score o 75-8. Kaleb Parrish completed 3 of 4 passes for 59 yards. He scored on a 13-yard run. Parker Caston had four carries for 84 yards, and Marcell Spady had six carries for 53 yards. The Rams are 6-2, 3-0 TCAL.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 53, Edison14

 

Celebrating their Homecoming, the Rams put on a firtworks show at half time that complimented the firestorm of touchdowns on the field as they downed the Vikings  in TCAL competition 53-14. In the first half, St. Mary’s scored seven touchdowns on 15 plays. Caston Parker had touchdown runs of 15 and 76 yards while rushing for 174 yards on 12 carries for the Rams. Quarterback Kaleb Parrish completed all four of his passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns, including a 36-yard pass to Jaelin Ratliff and a 62-yard strike to Javonte Norman. David Juarez also set up a touchdown for the Rams by blocking a punt, resulting in a first-and goal from the 2-yard line.

 

RamStats:  20 26 7 0—53.  Ratliff 36 pass from Parrish (pass failed); Spady 25 run (Delucchi kick)’ Spady 2 run (Delucchi kick); Loma s 5 run (Delucchi kick); Parker 15 run (Delucchi kick); Ferguson 73 pass from Righetti (kick failed); Norman 6 2 pass from Parrish (kick failed) Parker 76 run (Delucchi kick). Record: 5-2, 2-0 TCAL.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 41, Tokay 13

 

Kaleb Parrish who rushed for 112 yards on five carries and was 9-for-9 passing for 89 yards. threw a pair of touchdowns and ran for two more, including an 89-yard keeper up the middle to lead St. Mary’s to a win over Tokay.

(4-2, 1-0 TCAL).

 

RamStats: 14 13 7 7—41; Parrish 6 run (Delucchi kick); Ratliff 14 pass from Parrish (Delucchi kick); Pascual 17 pass from Parrish (pass failed); Parrish 89 run (Delucchi kick); Lomas 1 run (Hall kick); Boyd 15 pass from Righetti (Hall kick) Record: 4 -2, 1- 0 ;

 

Football: Del Oro 24, St. Mary’s 14

 

Loomis-Del Oro scored the clinching touchdown in the fourth quarter in what was a back-and-forth game with St. Mary's on Friday at Del Oro.

 

The Rams' rushing defense played stout throughout much of the game and St. Mary's trailed the Eagles 17-14 late in the fourth quarter when Dylan Kainrath broke free for a 57-yard touchdown and Del Oro went on to win, 24-14. St. Mary's begins Tri-City Athletic League play next week with a 3-2 record.

 

"I was pleased with the way our defense defended the run," Rams coach Tony Franks said. "They had a couple running plays, but for most of the night, we kept them bottled up."

 

St. Mary's scored first when Marcus Lomas capped a 62-yard drive with a 2-yard run. The Eagles answered with a 2-yard run by Kainrath late in the first quarter.

 

The Rams regained the lead on a 6-yard run by quarterback Kaleb Parrish, but Kainrath scored on 61-yard run to tie the game at halftime, 14-14.

 

Neither team generated much offense in the third quarter. Mason Humes' 29-yard field goal accounted for the only points prior to Kainrath's fourth-quarter run.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 22, Lincoln 8

 

The Rams came away with a 22-8 win against the Trojans at A.G. Spanos Stadium, signaling the 10th victory in a row in the rivalry for St. Mary’s.  Although the play was sloppy at times, with St. Mary’s and Lincoln both coming off bye weeks, along with emotional players pumped up for the traditional match-up, it was the Rams that kept the pace going.

 

Kaleb Parrish and Bryan Pascual hooked up on a 9-yard touchdown pass and the 2-point conversion to

give the Rams an 8-0 lead with 3 minutes, 42 seconds left in the first quarter. Javonte Norman scored on a 65-yard run early in the second quarter, and backup quarterback Noah Righetti scored on an 8-yard keeper three minutes later to make it 22-0. Lincoln scored late in the game following an interception to make the final score 22-8

 

RamStats: 8 14 0 0—22; Pascual 9 pass from Parrish (Pascual pass from Parrish); Norman 65 run (Delucchi kick); Righetti 9 run (Delucchi kick) Record: 3-1

 

Football: De La Salle 40 - St. Mary's 13

 

The game did not start out well for the Rams with De La Salle getting a touchdown in its first series at Sanguinetti Field in front of a national ESPNU audience on Friday night. However, St. Mary’s never gave up, fighting to the very end.

 

One of the biggest plays of the night, featured on ESPNU as a play of the week was the powerful hit by senior receiver and defensive back Jaelin Ratliff, causing De La Salle, who had just intercepted a Ram’s pass, to fumble the ball for a St. Mary’s recovery.

 

While the first half score was 26-0, the second half was a statistical tie with the Rams scoring two touchdowns and limiting the Spartans to two.

 

RamStats: 0 0 0 13—13; Ferguson 78 pass from Righetti (kick failed); Spady 10 run (Delucchi kick)

Record: 2-1.

 

11th Annual GEICO ESPN High School Football Showcase To Feature SM-De LaSalle Game

 

ESPN, in conjunction with Paragon Marketing Group, will air nine weeks of the nation’s best high school football games during the 11th annual GEICO ESPN High School Football Showcase across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU. Among the games to be featured is the September 13, 2013 game between St. Mary’s and De La Salle that will be televised on ESPNU.

 

ESPN analyst Rene Ingoglia and play-by-play commentator Adam Amin will be the lead team across networks for ESPN’s high school football games this season.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 47 – Central Catholic 27

 

St. Mary’s has reclaimed the Holy Bowl trophy with a 47- 27 triumph over Central Catholic. Kaleb Parrish threw four touchdown passes in the victory at Sanguinetti Field.

 

The offense began with  a pass to Demetrius Ferguson on an 80-yard score on the Rams' first offensive play of the game.  Running back Marcus Lomas helped put the game away with scoring runs of 46 and 14 yards, running for almost 150 yards against a defense that had geared itself to defend the pass. Jaelin Ratliff  scored touchdowns on plays of 50 and 33 yards. Bryan Pascual scored on an 80-yard sweep. Jack Delucchi handled the PAT’s  in the win.  The Rams are 2-0 as they  host Concord-De La Salle - the defending California Open Division champion and the top-ranked team in the country in at least one national ranking on September 13th.

RamStats: 6 21 7 13—47.  Ferguson 80 pass from Parrish (run failed); Lomas 46 run (Delucchi kick); Ratliff 50 pass (Delucchi kick); Lee 4 pass from Parrish (Pasqual pass from Parrish); Pascual 80 run (Delucchi kick); Lomas 14 run (Delucchi kick)Ratliff 33 pass from Parrish (kick failed). Record:  2-0.

Kaleb Parrish, Record High School Headliner

 

Kaleb Parrish was named a High School Headliner on September 5th by The Record. The Rams senior quarterback was 19 of 26 for 207 yards with three TD passes, and he scrambled for a 31-yard score late in the fourth quarter to give the St. Mary’s a 34-27 win over Bakersfield-Stockdale.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 34, Stocktale 27

 

The Rams overcame 5 turnovers to beat formidable Stockdale High in Bakersfield 34-27 in the opening game of the 2013-14 campaign.

 

Kaleb Parrish scrambled out of pressure and ran 31 yards for a touchdown with about 2 ˝  minutes remaining, then completed a pass to Jalen Ratliff for a 2-point conversion to help give the Rams a 34-27 win.

 

 

 

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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