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
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
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
The Rams play Lodi next for homecoming. Record: 7-1, 3-0
Popo Aumavae to Play in Polynesian Bowl
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,
The Rams easily defeated the Wolfpack during a rain
soaked contest in Tracy, 55-0 Record 6-1, 2-0 TCAL.
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.
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
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
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
Doug Martin '07, Two Time Pro-Bowler Vists St. Mary's
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
golden football was being presented to the high schools of
those players that had been members of teams in prior Super
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,
Washington State University where he was voted All-Pac 10.
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.
the founder and CEO of Applied Sports Technology.
Eric Williams, Class of 1980,
seasons in the NFL and started at defensive tackle
for the 1991 Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins