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Varsity Coaching Staff

 

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Frosh Coaching Staff

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

Tony Franks

 

Jim Brusa

 

Tim Gildea

 

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

Devin Lagorio

Tony Hamilton

 

Lui Tuitama

Brian Pratt

David Wimberly

Mark Borges

Robert Parmaley

Mike Montijo

Walt Vancil

Steve Towne

 

Varsity Roster

2

Hampton Keaton

WR/CB

6'0"

170

12

3

Villegas Shawn

RB/OLB

5'9"

200

12

4

Righetti Josh

TE

6'0"

190

12

5

Dacruz Michael

DB

6'0"

160

12

6

Barney Gabriel

DB

5'8"

170

12

7

Dunniway Jake

QB

 6'2"

190

12

8

Aponte Marcus

WR/QB

6'0"

180

11

10

Sanders Brandon

OLB

5'10"

185

12

11

Borges Christian

 LB

5'7"

150

12

12

Mounger Elijah

WR/CB

5'6"

130

11

13

Low Hunter

QB/SB

5'10"

150

11

14

Vaughn Marquez

OLB

 5'9"

175

12

15

Saharan Sid

TE/WR

6'3"

220

12

16

Rubio Roman

K

5'10"

175

12

17

Cotton Dewey

WR

5'5"

155

12

20

Ford David

SS/RB

 5'8"

185

12

21

Frampton Dusty

RB

5'11"

215

11

22

Jenkins Tre

RB/SS

6'1"

195

11

23

Brown Harry

CB/SS

5'8"

145

12

24

Dawson Kacey

FS

6'0"

160

11

25

Ramirez Alec

FS

5'10"

160

12

26

Heath Harrison

LB

6'1"

200

11

27

Telitz Rick

MLB

5'7"

150

11

28

Jobin Louis

CB

5"11"

175

11

29

Jenkins Drew

CB/WR

5'7"

150

11

32

Godinez Andres

Dl

5'7"

220

12

33

Hearon Chad

OLB

6'0"

200

11

36

Wheatley Weston

RB/OLB

5"11"

160

11

40

Howze Tynan

DE

5"11"

175

12

42

Cole Nicholas

OLB/FB

5'8"

165

11

50

Aumavue Popo

T/DT

6'4"

300

12

51

Garduno Humberto

DL

5'5"

180

12

52

Roque Justice

DE/T

6'2"

210

11

53

Rosales Anthony

DT

5'9"

215

11

54

Wabe Jordan

C/G

5'8"

190

11

55

Carl Jarett C

6'1"

230

12

 

56

Stinhilver Jordan

DE

5'8"

215

12

57

Rodriguez Jacob

NG/DT

6'0"

265

12

58

Brown DeSean

NG/DT

5'7"

245

11

59

Relloque Nick

DL

5'11"

195

12

60

Carruesco Nick

OL

5'9"

185

12

61

Fontanilla Brycen

DL

5'10"

195

11

63

Norgaard Cole

DE/TE

6'5"

250

12

64

Prefling Mike

T/DE

6'2"

255

12

65

Olsen Joseph

OL

6'3"

285

12

68

Rodriguez Adrian

DL

5'11"

230

12

70

Frontella Kyle

T

6'1"

260

12

74

Zarzuela Nathane

OL

5'8"

230

11

75

Heck To'a

 OL

6'2"

240

12

76

Lee Max

OL

6'3"

190

11

77

Barth Max

OT

6'6"

280

11

85

Cordova Hunter

DE

6'2"

180

11

99

Salmon Keller

DL

6'0"

215

12

 

JV Roster

2

Saulsbury Maurice

50

Aguirre Christian

3

Marshall Jamar

52

Nishi Joshuah

4

Brown Will

55

Iulio Simi

6

Doyle Jordan

58

Allen Gino

10

Zermeno Jaxon

60

Medina Dionisio

12

May Noah

62

Rezania Camron

14

Fontes Joe

66

Hernandezgarcia Marvin

14

Satterfield Kwame

68

Garduno Alexander

19

Williamson Austin

70

Jones Hunter

20

Franco Justin

72

Marquez Jaycee

21

Cotton Yay-yay

73

Estrella Gabriel

33

Sevy Ryan

75

Wallace Zach

35

Gotschall Colin

76

Paine Dalton

36

Ramos Logan

77

Deal Logan

44

Dunn Parker

82

Guzman Lionel

45

Parungao Christopher

84

Olsen Sam

 

Frehsman Roster

Aghazarian, Maxwell

Kant, Dylan

Aguilar, Cameron

Legarta, C.J.

Andrade, Jesus

Perry, Dawson

Brooks, Amir

Quezada, Ricardo

Cassidy, Brian

Rogers, Jaden

Fernandez, David

Sansom, Zach

Gipson, Jared

Souza, Miguel

Heck, Maika

Stallworth, David

Hormigas, Sean

Surgick-Frisco, Maceo

Huggins, Nick

White, Liam

Jobin, Devon

Williams, Dyllen

 

Varsity Record

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League

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Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

Sat.

Aug. 20

Granite Bay Scrimmage

9:00

Granite Bay

Sat.

Aug. 27

Serra

10:00/1:00

Serra

Fri.

Sept. 2

Cardinal Newman

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 9

Central Catholic

5:00/7:15

Central Catholic

Fri.

Sept. 16

Consumnes Oaks

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 23

John Bosco (Varsity only)

7:00

John Bosco

Fri.

Sept. 30

Clayton Valley (JV only)

4:30

C layton Valley

Fri.

Oct. 7

Tokay

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 14

West

5:00/7:15

West

Fri.

Oct. 21

Tracy

5:00/7:15

Tracy

Fri.

Oct. 28

Lodi (Homecoming)

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Nov. 4

Lincoln

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’

 

Freshmen

Sat.

Sept. 3

Cardinal Newman

11:00

Cardinal Newman

Thurs.

Sept. 8

Central Catholic

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 15

Consumnes Oaks

5:30

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 22

Franklin-Elk Grove

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 29

Clayton Valley

5:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 6

Tokay

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 13

West

6:00

West

Thurs.

Oct. 20

Tracy

6:00

Tracy

Wed.

Oct. 26

Lodi

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Nov. 3

Lincoln

6:00

St. Mary’s

 

News

 

 

Football: Section Championship Won By St. Mary's 56-25

By Thomas Lawrence

Record Staff Writer

 

SACRAMENTO — Tony Franks stood in a sea of bobbing green helmets, triumphantly hoisting his weathered St. Mary’s visor into the air. The longtime Rams football coach, soaked with ice water dumped on him by Harrison Heath and Brandon Sanders, was celebrating his program’s third Sac-Joaquin Section championship: an emphatic 56-25 win over No. 1 Folsom in the Division I final Saturday at Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium.  Read More >>

 

The Rams will play Freedom in the Northern California Bowl on Friday, December 10th at St. Mary's.

 

SM Football Players Featured in Media

 

St. Mary's senior football players Jarett Carl and Dewey Cotton were featured in The Record and Channel 3 regarding their commitment to play, motivation and accomplishments off the field.

 

Jarett Carl Story Link 

 

Dewey Cotton Story  Link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Sections: Semi-Final: St. Mary's 61, Oak Ridge 21.

 

A statement forty point win by the Rams against the highly touted Trojans has sent St. Mary's into the section finals against Folsom.

 

On a crisp Friday after Thanksgiving, the Rams won a re-match with Folsom to whom they lost in the semi-finals last year.

 

“We’ve been denied two years in a row,” Rams senior Shawn Villegas (who scored a touchdown in the second half) said. “We’ve just kept that intensity up.” (Record quote)

 

St. Mary had a lead of 41-0 by halftime. The second half was highlighted by senior lineman Cole Norgaard, No 63, with a 58-yard interception return for a touchdown.  “I was amazed that I even made it that far,” a tired-but-elated Norgaard said postgame in an interview with The Record. “I saw the defenders coming and I was like, ‘Wow, did I really beat those guys?’”

 

Dusty Frampton had 16 carries for a game-high 92 yards with four touchdowns, bringing his season total to 33.  Jake Dunniway went 13 of 18 passing for 321 yards and two touchdowns — 42 yards to Tre Jenkins III and 85 yards to Dewey Cotton (5 catches-123 yards).

 

The Record described the play of Jenkins and Cotton:" Jenkins, who leapt over the Trojans’ defensive back and scampered into the end zone, had just nabbed an interception on defense the play before. The junior has three interceptions the past two weeks. Cotton, meanwhile, devastated Oak Ridge (10-3) with his speed over the middle, despite a 3rd and 20 from St. Mary’s 15. Rams coach Tony Franks was ecstatic, backpedaling with joy and celebrating with mini fist pumps.

 

Coach Franks stated: “We wanted to come out in a game like this and really establish ourselves. How we start is really important,” Franks said. “We played great defense and got stops when we needed to.

“Tons of credit goes to our coaching staff. Our kids were ready to play.”

 

Keaton Hampton had three catches for 85 yards and Aponte had three for 61. Villegas and Popo Aumavae posted consecutive sacks in the second half to kill a Trojans’ red zone drive. Keller Salmon and Jordan Stinhilver would combine on a sack later in the fourth quarter.

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Quarterfinals St. Mary's 44, Pitman 7

 

Tre Jenkins III grabbed two interceptions, including one full extension snatch, along with a fumble recovery in a game that saw St, Mary's begin slowly with a 17-7 lead at half time, then explode in the second half as they downed Pitman 44-7 at Sanguinetti Stadium, sending Rams into the semi-finals against Oak Ridge at St. Mary's on Black Friday.

 

Jordan Stinhilver and David Ford were clutch for the Rams’ defense, too. Stinhilver, a senior lineman, combined with Ford on a sack in the first quarter, and added another sack of his own in the second half.

 

David Ford, a senior safety, made a crucial play in the waning moments of the first half. The Pride had a 4th and 1 at St. Mary’s 2-yard line with a few seconds remaining when he stopped the Pittman quarterback shy of a touchdown. After running the clock to 0.1, Pitman finally snapped the ball, but after an apparent whistle blew, most of the players stopped moving in confusion. Seeing the opportunity, Marcus Aponte jumped in to make a tackle and end the threat and the half.

 

Keaton Hampton  had four catches for a game-high 133 yards and three touchdowns; Dewey Cotton had six catches for 84 yards, with an 11-yard rushing touchdown;  Marcus Aponte posted four catches for 73 yards and two touchdowns; quarterback Jake Dunniway was 15 for 21 for 315 yards, five touchdowns and an interception.

 

Dewey Cotton Featured in The Record

Story by Thomas Lawrence

 

STOCKTON – Tony Franks knew his sophomore wide receiver was not to be trifled with, well before his varsity debut.

 

The St. Mary’s football team ventured to Sacramento to play a 7-on-7 game against Grant in the summer of 2014. Dewey Cotton, then 5-foot-4 and 145 pounds, was unfazed by every brutal thing that happened to him while route-running.

 

“He was catching balls courageously, and guys were roughing him up and ripping his shirt,” said Franks, in his 18th year overall as Rams coach. “It was a real donnybrook, and he had no problem with it at all.”

Cotton’s impressive outing was no fluke. Since, he’s delivered a total of 144 receptions for 2,285 yards and 23 touchdowns. Not to mention, he’s a headache to defend on running plays, as he’s added 442 rushing yards and five more scores.

 

He and St. Mary’s continue their quest for the program’s third section title, as the No. 2 Rams entertain the seventh-seeded Turlock-Pitman Pride in a Division I quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Friday at Sanguinetti Field.

“He’s the type of football player who you want to coach,” said Rams receivers coach Adam Pijl, “because every day he comes out to practice, he’s got a smile on his face and he’s ready to work.”

 

Cotton hasn’t shied away from painful work, either. The Rams require their receivers to help block linebackers on rushing plays. While that’s not easy for Cotton, who's now 5-5, 155 pounds, “he never has any issues,” Pijl said.

 

Cotton, who grew up in Stockton, has been playing football for a decade and with the Rams – through Pop Warner feeder programs and now the high school – since roughly age 9.

 

He’s one of five three-year varsity players on the roster, along with linemen Popo Aumavae, Mikie Prefling and Jarett Carl and receiver and cornerback Keaton Hampton.

 

Cotton never shows any bitterness about his size. If anything, he’s used it to his advantage. He’s not only the quickest player Pijl has seen on the Rams, but elusive and able to boost a simple, short-yardage play into a long-distance touchdown with his thrilling speed.

 

So, no, Cotton doesn’t worry about being a modest height.

 

“That is absolutely not a factor, not an issue,” Franks said. “He feels great about who he is and what he does. He plays football big.”

 

Cotton used to dwell on it more, but as his self-confidence grew – both in football and in his personal life – it became a non-issue. It helps when guys like Darren Sproles (5-6, 190 pounds) and Tavon Austin (5-9, 174) prove that smaller players can thrive in the NFL.

 

“I (cared) when I was younger, but because of middle school, I got used to it in high school,” said Cotton, 18. “I’m confident in football, so I know they can’t really tell me anything about myself.”

 

Cotton’s speed, while already notable, has improved since he was a sophomore. He attributes his development to ladder work (which improves agility), hill running and his time with St. Mary’s track and field. Cotton was a member of the 400-meter relay team that advanced to the section Masters meet last May.

 

While senior football players cannot sign their national letters of intent until February, Cotton has verbally committed to Sacramento State.

 

“I love the coaching staff, and they were the first to take a shot on me,” Cotton said after the Rams’ practice Monday evening. “When I first visited there, I felt like a legend already and I hadn’t even played.

“Everybody knew me.”

 

Cotton and his fellow third-year seniors have experienced heartbreak together in copious amounts. St. Mary’s lost a 21-14 section final to Grant in 2014, a game in which Cotton posted what might’ve been a winning touchdown, which was called short of the end zone.

 

Last season, St. Mary’s held multiple double-digit leads before succumbing to a frenetic comeback and a 56-49 loss to Folsom in a semifinal.

 

Cotton and his four comrades don’t ignore it, but embrace it. They already have a group chat going, Cotton said, to remind one another about their loftier goals.

 

“He’s just a confident guy," Franks said. "He’s played the game a long time, and he’s experienced great success all along the way."

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs St. Mary’s 64, Modesto 7

 

The Rams overwhelmed the Panthers 64 -7 in the section playoffs at Sanquinetti Field at St. Mary's.

 

Dusty Frampton rushed 15 times for 121 yards and three touchdowns, quarterback Jake Dunniway was

15 of 21 passing for 253 yards with touchdown passes of 21 and 35 yards to Aponte and 39 yards to Keaton Hampton. Dewey Cotton scored on a 19-yard fly sweep and backup quarterback Hunter Low had a 13-yard scoring run. Shawn Villegas also had a 2-yard touchdown run in the win.

 

Popo Aumuavae Named Athlete of the Week

 

Popo Aumavae has been named Record player of the week. they wrote:

 

 "Popo Amuavae epitomized a do- minating night for the St. Mary’s football team’s offensive and defensive lines.

 

Aumavae, a 6-foot-4, 315-pound senior, was unmerciful in a 69-13 win over rival Lincoln on Friday, as were his teammates. The reigning first-team All-Area pick Aumavae had two sacks, and was part of a run blocking scheme that led to a three-touchdown night for tailback Dusty Frampton.

 

Aumavae has been a juggernaut on both sides of the ball for the Rams, and is The Record’s Male Athlete of the Week for Oct. 31-Nov. 5."

 

 

 

Football: St. Mary's 69, Lincoln 13

 

The Rams won their third consecutive Tri-City Athletic League championship by winning for the 13th in a row playing against Lincoln, 69-13 at Sanguinetti Field.

 

Quoted in The Record, Coach Tony Franks stated: “It’s great to have a chance to do it on senior night: we have 31 seniors on the team. Five of them have been with us since their sophomore year. Those are the types of things that make this year special.”

 

The Rams defense held the Trojans to negative rushing yards in the first half including a forced a fumble that was recovered by Anthony Rosales Jr. Popo Aumavae and Cole Norgaard each sacked the Lincoln  quarterback.

 

On offense, St. Mary’s scored eight rushing touchdowns and 275 yards on the ground, led by Dusty Frampton’s 12 carries for 119 yards and three scores, giving him a Sac-Joaquin Section-best 26 rushing touchdowns.  Dusty told The Record: “I love working with them. It’s always fun. I really don’t have to do anything, the line does it for me.”

 

Shawn Villegas added 72 yards and two TDs and Jake Dunniway David Ford and Hunter Low each had one rushing TD each.

 

Dunniway finished 8 of 14 passing for 196 yards and two touchdowns — 16 yards to Dewey Cotton and 47 yards to Keaton Hampton.

 

St Mary’s is 33-27-3 all-time against Lincoln, and 69 points is the most the Rams have ever scored in the series.

 

Football: St. Mary's 57, Lodi 0

 

Celebrating Homecomnig, the Rams doused the Flames 57-0 in a very lopsided contest during which St. Mary's defense consistently stopped Lodi from advancing on the field. This included stripping a ball from a Flame runner, and advancing it back toward the Ram's goal.

 

The win was powered by four Dusty Frampton touchdown runs. Quoted in The Record, Dusty said" “They were all the same if you ask m.  “I look at it as how many yards I get per carry and I think I did well tonight. I love talking with my football buddies, especially Jake. We joke around. We don’t even talk about football during the game. We just have that connection. It’s fun. It’s all about having fun.”

 

Ram's quarterback Jake Dunniway completed all his 10 of his passes for a total of 150 yards hitting six receivers. Dewey Cotton and Keaton Hampton caught touchdown passes of 20 and 6 yards, respectively,

from Dunniway.

 

Quoted in The Record, Jake stated “I credit that to our coaches, our receivers and our offensive

line “They give me a lot of time so I feel really comfortable and I have a lot of confidence in my receivers. I feel like every time I throw the ball, my guys are going to catch it, so that helps.”

 

Football: St. Mary's 57, Tracy 21

 

The Rams, led by Jake Dunniway 395 passing yards and 6 passing touchdowns, took on the Bulldogs in Trac's Wayne Schneider Stadium piling up 522 total yards as they won  57-21. Jake Dunniway had 336 yards passing and four touchdowns for St. Mary’s on Friday night – in the first half.

 

According to the Record “We looked at this game as a playoff game,” St. Mary’s coach Tony Franks said. “We knew with the team that Tracy is and the atmosphere here we had to come in here and play as good, as hard and as fast as we possibly could. That was the goal… Jake had a good night. He is a terrific kid, a great young man, very talented and our coaches have done a great job putting together a nice little package for him. We are really proud of Jake and what he did

 

Dusty Frampton had 10 carries for 164 yards along with three touchdowns;  Marcus Aponte had four receptions for 130 yards for two touchdowns and Keaton Hampton caught  one for a touchdown of 87 yards.  

 

Dunniway was quoted as saying “Most of our offensive line has been starters since our sophomore year. I have a lot of confidence and I feel like I have all day to pass when I am back there

 

Middle linebacker Harrison Heath led the St. Mary’s defense and told The Record. “It all starts in practice. We pride ourselves in having an intense practice every day. The defense has really stepped up. You can see on the scores that weekly we are shutting the scores down lower and lower and I think it is due to our great coaching and intensity in practice.”

 

The Rams play Lodi next for homecoming. Record: 7-1, 3-0 TCAL.

 

Popo Aumavae to Play in Polynesian Bowl

 

Popo Aumavae has been selected to play in the The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame "Polynesian Bowl" a high school all-star football game that feature's the world’s elite players of Polynesian heritage and other ancestries. The Polynesian Bowl will be played Saturday, January 21, 2017, 6:00 pm HST at Aloha Stadium in O’ahu, Hawai’i as part of the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football: Saint Mary's 55, West 0

 

The Rams easily defeated the Wolfpack during a rain soaked contest in Tracy, 55-0 Record 6-1, 2-0 TCAL.

 

Football: Rankings

 

St. Mary's has been ranked No. 9 in the West by MaxPreps in its computer ranking of football teams. CalHi Sports has St. Mary's as No. 1 in the section.

 

Football: St. Mary's 65, Tokay 8

 

In a lopsided contest, the Rams were ahead 51-0 at half time. The Tigers avoided a shutout with a 90 yard touchdown return at the beginning of the second half and a two point conversion. The Rams responded with two more touchdowns to win the league contest 65-8.  Record: 5-1, 1-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. John Boscoe 55, St. Mary's 16

 

Taking on one of the top 5 teams in the nation at Whittier College, the Rams led initially 10-7 bu the Braves methodically came back, using their larger front line and capitalizing on some St. Mary's miscues to beat the Rams 55-16. Dunning threw 2 touchdown passes, but was intercepted twice, one for a 90 yard touchdown by St. John Boscoe.  The Rams are 4-1.

 

Football: Rams Rating Soars

 

St. Mary's took possession of No. 1 spot in  both Cal-Hi Sports' and Prep2Prep Sports' section Top 25 hierarchies after beating Consumnes Oaks and after Folsom's 48 game winning streak was broken by Sacramento High School. St. Mary's will be tested when they play one of the top teams in the nation, St. John Bosco. The Rams take on the Braves at Whittier College on September 23rd.

 

Football St. Mary's 42, Consumnes Oaks 20

 

The Rams easily handled  Consumnes Oaks at Sanguinetti Field 42-20 before a boisterous home crowd. The game had plenty of excitement for any fan  including Aaron Jenkins' returning a kick off for 80 yards for a touchdown to start the second half.

 

Quoted in The Record, Coach Tony Franks said: "One of our special team goals was to return a kickoff for a touchdown.  We were able to do that and I'm really pleased about that. We worked hard on that.

We've been working hard on it for weeks and weeks. I was just ecstatic that you set a goal, you work on something and it happens, that's a great feeling."

 

Dusty Frampton had 13 carries for 146 yards at halftime, including touchdown runs of 4 and 55 yards. With a lead of 21-0 St. Mary's took the opportunity to give other players more game time. David Ford, who is usually a strong safety scored on a 5 yard run, as an example.

 

RamStats:  7 14 14 7 - 42 Scoring summary: Cotton 1 run (Rubio kick) Frampton 4 run (Rubio kick) Frampton 55 run (Rubio kick); Jenkins 80 KO ret. (Rubio kick); Ford 5 run (Rubio kick); Aponte 55 pass from Dunniway (Rubio kick) Record: 4-0 .

 

 

Football: St. Mary's 49, Central Catholic 0

 

The Rams won their first shutout of the Raiders in Holy Bowl history, blowing out Central Catholic at their home 49-0. One of the highlights was Jordan Stinhilver interception and TD run after the Raider's quarterback was hammered by Keller Salmon casusing the ball to flutter into the air and into the hands of Stinhilver. At half time St. Mary's was up 42-0 and even the re-entry into the game of 19 Central Catholic players did not stop the Rams as they blew out the Raiders on both sides of the ball to bring the Holy Bowl trophy back to St. Mary's. The Rams are 3-0 for the season.

 

Football: St. Mary's 49, Cardinal Newman 32

 

After falling behind after a fumble on the first play,the Rams quickly adjusted their game by changing up from the run to the air, then back to the run to beat Cardinal Newman 49-32 before a  hometown crowd Quarterback Jake Dunniway completed 13 of 15 for 281 yards and four touchdowns, Dewey Cotton (11 catches for 190 yards) had three TD catches and running back Dusty Frampton ran for three in the 49-32 win. The Rams are 2-0 as they face Central Catholic in the Holy Bowl on September 9th in Modesto.

 

Football: St. Mary's 63, Serra 35

 

The game began with Ram touchdowns being matched by the Padres, then came the second half and St. Mary's dominated  on both sides of the ball to beat Serra 63-35 in the season opener.

 

Doug Martin '07, Two Time Pro-Bowler Vists St. Mary's

 

Doug Martin, Class of 2007, a two-time Pro Bowler, and a  running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, made a surprise visit to St. Mary's to say "Hello" and to spend some time with the students and faculty. He is pictured with Principal Kathy Smith and Athletic Director Jim Brusa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eric Williams, Class of 1980, Presents Golden Football to St. Mary's.

 

Eric Williams, SM Class of 1980, a member of the Super Bowl XXVI winning Redskins team came to St. Mary's on December 11, 2015 to present a Golden Football that the NFL is using to commemorate Super Bowl 50.

 

The golden football was being presented to the high schools of those players that had been members of teams in prior Super Bowls.

 

On hand to accept the gift were school president and NFL official Peter Morelli, school principle Kathy Smith and the Rams football team.

 

After graduating from St. Mary's Eric, attended Washington State University where he was voted All-Pac 10.

 

Eric began his professional career with the Detroit Lions in 1984.  He remained there until 1990 when he joined the Washington Redskins where he was the starting defensive tackle. He retired from the NFL after the 1993 season.

 

He was the founder and CEO of Applied Sports Technology.

 

 

 

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

Schedules

 

Coaches :: Roster :: Record :: Schedule :: News

Photos :: EZTeams-Saint Mary's Rams 

CIF San Joaquin :: Nor Cal Preps :: Max Preps :: iHigh


 

St. Mary's High School
5648 N. El Dorado St.
Stockton, CA 95207