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Varsity Coaching Staff

 

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Head Coach

 

Head Coach

 

Head Coach

Tony Franks

 

Ted Howze

 

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

 

Lui Tuitama

David Wimberly

Mark Borges

Mike Montijo

Willie Herrera

Roy Harwell

 

Varsity Roster

 

Jersey #

Player

Position

Height

Weight

Grade

51

Aguirre, Christian

C

5'10"

175

11

53

Allen,    Gino

DT/OL

6'0"

220

11

8

Aponte, Marcus

CB/WR

6'0"

180

12

77

Barth, Max

DT/T

6'6"

280

12

58

Brown, DeSean

NG/DT

5'7"

245

12

7

Brown, Will

CB

5'10"

175

11

42

Cole,  Nick

OLB/FB

5'8"

165

12

85

Cordova, Hunter

DE/TE

6'3"

215

12

11

Cotton, DuMaurier

WR

5'7"

150

11

59

Deal, Logan

DE/OL

5'10"

180

11

6

Doyle, Jordan

CB

5'10"

145

11

17

Fontes, Joe

WR

5'10"

175

11

21

Frampton, Dusty

RB/MLB

5'11"

215

12

44

Hearon, Chad

OLB

6'1"

215

12

26

Heath, Harrison

MLB/OLB

6'2"

205

12

2

Herrera, James

Wr

5'10"

140

12

25

Huggins, Nick

LB/RB

5'10"

190

10

50

Iulio, Simi

DT/OG

5'11"

250

11

4

Jenkins, Drew

CB/WR

5'10"

175

12

22

Jenkins, Tre

FS/WR

6'1"

200

12

5

Jobin, Louis

DB

5'11"

185

12

72

Jones, Hunter

Dt/T

6'3"

250

11

56

Lee, Maximos

DE

6'3"

190

12

13

Low, Hunter

QB/WR

5'10"

160

12

3

Marshall, Jamar

WR

6'0"

180

10

10

May, Noah

QB

6'3"

185

10

14

Moore, Asar-alim

WR

5'11"

170

10

12

Moore, Prince

QB/FS

6'0"

160

11

24

Mounger, Elijah

CB/RB

5'10"

170

12

43

Nishi, Joshuah

ILB

5'7"

200

11

68

Paine, Dalton

DT/G

5'10"

260

11

40

Parungao, Christopher

OLB

5'4"

140

11

20

Ramos, Logan

CB

5'10"

175

11

52

Roque, Justice

DE/T

6'2"

220

12

55

Rosales, Anthony

DT/C

5'11"

230

12

33

Sevy, Ryan

DE

6'2"

185

11

27

Telitz, Rick

MLB

5'8"

175

12

54

Wabe, Jordan

LS/C

5'9"

210

12

75

Wallace, Zach

C

5'11"

215

11

36

Wheatley, Weston

RB/SS

5'11"

180

12

57

Zarzuela, Nathane

G

5'9"

240

12

15

Dipold-Reis, Nicolas

WR

6'2"

185

12

14

Soos,  Dominik

K

6'0"

185

12

65

Rogers, Jaden

OG

6'1"

285

10

 

JV Roster

 

65

Aghazarian, Max

10

6

Aponte, Izaiah

9

22

Bailey, Ricky

9

73

Beatty, Todd

9

3

Brooks, Amir

10

72

Cassidy, Brian

10

58

Fernandez, David

10

4

Gipson, Jared

10

66

Harris-Brown, Cameron

10

12

Heck, Maika

10

82

Hormigas, Sean

10

2

Jobin, Devon

10

50

Kent, Dylan

10

75

Lagarta, CJ

10

21

Surgick-Frisco, Maceo

10

73

Tapia, Bradley

10

62

Tapia, Yardley

10

24

Washington, Tryei

9

52

White, Liam

10

51

Williams, Dyllen

10

9

Chavez, Michael

9

19

Andrade, Jesus

10

26

Brown, Nico

10

68

Hanson, Max

10

78

Hopson, William

9

 

Frehsman Roster
 

Arnaudo, Nathan

Lindholm, Andrew

Baldi, Jackson

McKee, Patrick

Bamidele, Emmanuel

Medeiros, Nathaniel

Cassidy, Mark

Merin, Gavin

Cedas, Niko

Mounger, Joshua

Cushman, Matthew

Murray, Nicolas

Daos, Ethan

Nov, Malik

Davis, Brett

Ohan, John

Del Carlo, Anthony

Ottolini, Antony

DeLong, Clayton

Pietrantonio, Isaiah

DiDonato, Ty

Rascon, Max

Enos, Anthony

Serrano, Michael

Hernandez, Hugo

Somotun, Oluwalanayo

Hopson, William

Stahl, Caleb

Irvin, Xsavior

Umana, Diego

Jackson, Alonzo

Vinoya, Michael

Jones, Charles

Wade, Christian

Kramer, Timothy

Werner, Ryan

Lerasseur, Nicholas

 

 

 

Varsity Record

W

L

League

11

3

5-0

 

Schedule

 

Varsity & JV

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Sat.

Aug. 26

Serra

4:30/7:00

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Sept. 1

Cardinal Newman

4:30/7:00

Cardinal Newman

Fri.

Sept. 8

Central Catholic

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Sat.

Sept. 16

Consumnes Oaks

4:00/6:30

Consumnes Oaks

Fri.

Sept. 22

Rocklin (JV only)

5:15

Rocklin

Sat.

Sept. 23

Mater Dei (V only)

7:00

TBA

Fri.

Sept. 29

Bye

 

 

Fri.

Oct. 6

Tokay

5:00/7:15

Grape Bowl

Fri.

Oct. 13

West

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 20

Tracy (Homecoming)

5:00/7:15

St. Mary’s

Fri.

Oct. 27

Lodi

5:00/7:15

Grape Bowl

Fri.

Nov. 3

Lincoln

5:00/7:15

Lincoln

 

Freshmen

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Place

Sat.

Sept. 2

Cardinal Newman

11:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Sept. 7

Central Catholic

6:00

Central Catholic

Sat.

Sept. 16

Consumnes Oaks

2:00

Consumnes Oaks

Thurs.

Sept. 21

Christian Bros.

4:00

Christian Bros.

Thurs.

Oct. 5

Tokay

6:00

Tokay

Thurs.

Oct. 12

West

6:00

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 19

Tracy

3:30

St. Mary’s

Thurs.

Oct. 26

Lodi

6:00

Lodi

Thurs.

Nov. 2

Lincoln

6:00

Lincoln

 

News

 

 

In Loving Memory of Sam Mafi, Class of 2008

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Sections: Folsom 50, St. Mary's 21

From The Record

 

SACRAMENTO — The resilient St. Mary’s Rams were able to overcome a season’s worth of injuries to reach the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Championship game, but the biggest blow came early on Saturday to standout running back Dusty Frampton on his first carry of the game.

 

It would be Frampton’s last touch in a St. Mary’s uniform, and the already limping Rams struggled mightily against top-seed Folsom in a 50-21 loss at Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium.

 

“I’m upset that it had to end like this, but I’m beyond proud of my team,” said Frampton, who rushed for over 4,000 career yards. “The guys played great. It’s been a great season.”

 

After walking gingerly in street clothes along the sideline in the second half, the Cal Poly-bound rusher called his injury a “freak accident.” As he laid on his back at the 8-yard line, St. Mary’s fans were likely reminded of Frampton’s fourth-quarter exit with a leg injury in last year’s state bowl game.

 

Both games instantly turned for the worse upon his absence.

 

Only minutes into the second quarter Saturday, the Rams (11-3) were already down four touchdowns as the Bulldogs (14-0) moved the ball at will en route to a 41-7 halftime lead. Folsom junior quarterback Kaiden Bennett completed 22 of 24 passes for 364 yards in the first half alone, all the while netting an average of 11 yards per play.

 

St. Mary’s actually outscored Folsom in the second half, and out-gained them in total yards over those quarters, but the game was already in hand.

 

“Nobody’s happy about our performance today,” St. Mary’s coach Tony Franks said. “There was just a few little spurts in there that looked like St. Mary’s football. I think a lot of the credit goes to Folsom. They had almost an error-free game, and they out-played us.”

 

Two of Folsom’s first-half touchdowns were the direct result of a St. Mary’s fumble and an interception by Rams sophomore quarterback Hunter Low. He was 12 of 27 for 152 yards, with two touchdowns and three interceptions. He also rushed for 61 yards on 14 carries, while teammate William Brown had 79 yards on 13 carries.

 

Brown’s 39-yard scamper around the right end proved to be the Rams’s lone score of the opening half.

 

 

Harrison Heath Named Athlete of the Week

 

The Record named Harrison Heath as it's athlete of the week. Harrison is a senior and a  linebacker for the Rams and is the teams second leading tackler, to name a few. According to The Record "The most concise description, perhaps, comes from head coach Tony Franks. “He’s tougher than a bent nail,” Franks said.

 

Harrison has 71 tackles and a team-leading three interceptions on the year, "For Franks, it’s no secret as to why. The coach said Heath is the type of athlete to sit in the front row at every meeting. He’s an intense competitor, Franks said, and a natural choice to serve as a leader on the Rams. “He’s got great passion for the game, and he understands how to play the position,” said Franks of Heath’s skillset as a linebacker. “He gets where he’s supposed to, and he gets there in a little bit of a bad mood.”

 

According to The Record: " Heath said that on a relatively young St. Mary’s team, he’s tried his best to lead by example. But he’s not quite ready to hand things off to the lower classmen yet, with Saturday’s

championship looming. “It’s going to take just about everything we’ve got,” Heath said. “We have to keep doing what we’re doing. And we have to treat this like every other week.”

 

With that said, Heath is nearing the end of his high school career. Asked for a defining moment in his

career, Heath didn’t have one to nail down. “I couldn’t tell you the scores of every football game that I’ve played,” Heath said. “But I could tell you the songs we sang on the bus rides home, or the shenanigans we do out here at practice. “It’s the little things I’m going to miss the most.”

 

Football: Sac-Joaaquin Semi-Finals: St. Mary's 38, Oak Ridge 31

From The Record

 

EL DORADO HILLS — The St. Mary’s football team may not have an official rallying cry. But Tony Franks, the Rams’ longtime head coach, shouted the perfect one for this season during Friday night’s celebration. “Some how, some way!”

 

St. Mary’s, a team starting its third-string quarterback and dealing with inexperience and injuries across the roster, upended No. 2 El Dorado Hills-Oak Ridge 38-31 in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I semifinal on the road. The No. 3 Rams, buoyed by lengthy runs from quarterback Hunter Low, the stability and strength of tailback Dusty Frampton, and a 100-yard kickoff return from sophomore Jamar Marshall, roll on.

 

St. Mary’s faces No. 1 Folsom – a 27-14 winner over No. 4 Carmichael-Jesuit on Friday – in the Division I championship next Saturday at Sacramento State.

 

It’s the second consecutive finals matchup between St. Mary’s and Folsom and the third consecutive year they’ll have met in the postseason. But after graduating 31 seniors from 2016’s NorCal championship team, and losing starting quarterback Noah May to a torn labrum in August, returning to the title game for the is blissful.

 

“We’re pretty beat up. We’ve got a lot of guys who are playing through injuries, and playing their hearts out,” said Franks, a 1976 St. Mary’s graduate and three-time section champion as coach. “We’ve got guys in different positions who are finding a way to rise up at the right time and make a play for us.”

 

Frampton, a senior, showed that versatility at Oak Ridge (11-2). With St. Mary’s offense Frampton took over in the wildcat formation in the red zone. Meaning, the third-year running back took direct snaps, as a

quarterback would, and delivered a 5-yard touchdown for a 24-17 lead.

Frampton added another wildcat touchdown in the fourth quarter, this time from 1 yard out, for a 31-17 edge.

 

Finally, Frampton earned a key first down on the game-sealing drive, with the Rams up a touchdown,

in the final moments. Marcus Aponte finished it off with his first and only carry of the game for a first down.

 

“We weren’t sure how it was going to go” with the wildcat, said Frampton, who finished with 28 carries for 147 yards. “Spreading the defense out like that really helped us out a lot and allowed us to run the ball up the middle.”

 

Said Franks: “We needed a spark. We really did. We turned to Dusty to give us that spark.” Low reeled off runs of 55 and 38 yards in the second half, the latter of which set up Frampton’s 1-yard wildcat plunge. “Hunter, dude, I am so proud of that man,” said Frampton, who surpassed 4,000 career rushing yards in the regular season. “He’s stepped up big time for us in the playoffs. And it’s not easy stepping up like that.”

 

St. Mary’s defense was suffocating early. Harrison Heath intercepted theTrojans on their opening drive, leading to a 25-yard field goal from St. Mary’s Dominik Soos. On the next possession, defensive lineman Justice Roque intercepted a screen pass and took it to the house for a 10-0 lead. “Big people show up for big time games,” Marshall said. He’s one to talk. After Oak Ridge cut the St. Mary’s deficit to 31-24, on a 10-yard keeper from Jenner in the fourth quarter, Marshall received the kickoff. Marshall, who also competes in basketball and track and field, hesitated for a moment. Then, the wunderkind took off down the left sideline for his electrifying touchdown. St. Mary’s track and field coach Myke Lewis- Tyson was on the Rams’ sideline, and celebrated heartily as his young hurdler scored.

 

Franks said St. Mary’s hadplanned during the week of practice to try and set up a momentum-changing kickoff return. “Jamar with the ball in his hands, with a lot of running room, with his speed, and his electricity, could make something happen,” Franks said.

 

The Rams (11-2) were in control midway through the second quarter, up 17-0 after an 8-yard touchdown run from Dumaurier “Yay yay” Cotton, but the tides turned quickly.

 

But, somehow, some way, the Rams prevailed. Unbeaten Folsom awaits at Sacramento State. “Unbelievable,” Franks said. “I can’t say enough about this team.”

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Quarter Finals. St. Mary's 31, Sheldon 28

 

The Rams took on the larger Huskies at home coming up with a win, thanks to a missed lateral that Jordan Doyle returned for a score,  a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown by Rick Telitz with .2 seconds left in the first half, and an 80 yard last minute drive that brought St. Mary's back from a deficit to win by three, 31-28. The win puts them in a semi-final game against Oak Ridge on the road November 24th.

 

Even after the touchdown, the game was not fully in St. Mary's hands until  Harrison Heath’s interception with 40 seconds to play, allowing the Rams to take a knee to end the contest.

 

St. Mary’s Coach Tony Franks, quoted in The Record said. “We were hanging on. This was one of those games where it was up to us to respond. We did so on that last drive. I can’t say enough about the way Hunter Low has handled things the last two weeks.”

 

The highlight play of the game With two seconds left in the first half,  Sheldon tried a 43-yard field goal but the Rams William Brown jumped  the kick and linebacker Rick Telitz scooped up the ball and raced 65 yards for a 24-7 lead.

 

Telitz commented to The Record: “I just was running as fast as I could, maybe even a little faster than I thought I could run. It was a huge play for us to add that extra score before the half.”

 

Football: Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs


The game began with a 13-play, 84-yard touchdown drive by the Vikings, but that was their only shining moment as the Rams out played their opponents on the way to a 58-20 drubbing of Edison. Edison's coach Booker Guyton, who kept his sense of humor said:   “To come down and score like we did the first series was a milestone for us. But reality set in real quick. It got ugly, and it got ugly fast.”

 

Dusty Frampton, the Rams record-setting player, was the mainstay for St. Mary's again, scoring 5 touchdowns. He  20 carried for 182 yards giving him a total of 4,400 rushing yards with 81 rushing TDs during his three-year varsity career.

 

The night was symbolized by the Rams forcing a fumble and Weston Wheatley recovering, leading to one of Dusty Frampton's touchdowns. Tre Jenkins for a 28-yard touchdown on a screen pass. The Rams lost Marcus Aponte and Hunter Low came in as quarterback. He was praised by Coach Tony Franks who stated:  “Hunter Low did a great job, and Hunter Low is a great story,”

 

Football Playoff Brackets Announced

 

The first round playoff brackets have the No. 3 seeded Rams hosting the No. 14 seeded Vikings at home on November 9th with game time at 7 p.m. The winner of the game moves on to play November 17th against either Sheldon or Consumnes Oaks.

 

Football: St. Mary's 42, Lincoln 7

 

The Rams clinched their 4th straight TCAL title by beating the Trojans at Lincoln 42-7. Two quick touchdowns by quarterback Marcus Aponte (12 carries for 78 yards and two scores) set the stage. By the time Lincoln was able to get a touchdown, at the very end of the first half, the score was 21-7. The second half belonged entirely to the Rams as they were led by Dusty Frampton who had 158 yards on 19 carries.

 

Hunter Low totaling 40 yards and a rushing score in one half of play. Cornerback Jordan Doyle was the highlight of a stout defensive effort, returning an interception for the Rams’ final score of the night.

 

Coach Franks praised the Trojan team as very talented and clearly one that had "come out to play".

 

A poignant moment came as St. Mary's Principal Kathy Smith and Athletic Director Adam Lichter presented a bouquet of red roses and a #9 balloon to the parents of Lincoln Football player Cameron Allison, Jr. who had been killed in a tragic motor vehicle accident earlier this season.

 

Football: St. Mary’s 56, Lodi 0

 

The Rams overwhelmed the Flames to the point that in a curious move, Lodi’s coach told his defensive line to “take a knee” and allowed the Rams to score a touchdown second half in the most unorthodox call Coach Franks had ever seen in his decades long coaching career. However, Coach Franks, according to the Record, also said. “They were concerned, and rightfully so. Some kids got injured and they are down in numbers and they are trying to finish their season.”  It was unfortunate that the Lodi coach, rather than be gracious,  issued a rather unsportsmanlike comment indicating St. Mary’s should not be in the league.

 

According to the Record: “The Rams were a model of efficiency in the first half, scoring 42 points on 11 offensive plays and  with a pick 6.” Also Dusty Frampton who needed only 22 yards to exceed the 4,000 yard mark reached the goal in his first carry, racing 80 yards for a touchdown

 

With his usual humility, Dusty was quoted as saying: “It means a lot. I can’t help but thank my line because I can’t do it without them. I give all the credit to them. That’s what it comes down to.”

 

Marcus Aponte completed all six of his throws for 94 yards with touchdowns to Asar-alim Moorea and Hunter and Low before he was given the rest o fthe night off in the second quarter. Low, umaurier Cotton and William Brown had touchdown runs.  Record: 7-2, 4-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 42, Tracy 14

 

Bringing home a victory for the Homecoming Game against a pumped up opponent who had told the Record that they were going to topple the Rams, the Bulldogs were run out of town by an iron curtain defense and an offense that has begun to click with Marcus Aponte as the quarterback. 

 

On the night that Sam Mafi's jersey, No. 44, was retired and presented to the Mafi family in memory of a much beloved man who died too young, the Rams proved themselves, once again, as the best in the area in the 42-14 win. Record: 6-2; 3-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 56, West 6

 

The Rams returned to league action with a 56-6 win over the Wolfpack at Sanguinetti Stadium at St. Mary's.

 

Quarterback Marcus Aponte led a multi-pronged attack in the air and on the ground, including running for a touchdown in the victory. The Rams led 29-0 at half time and finished with 21 more points in the second half to secure the victory. Record: 5-2, 2-0 TCAL

 

Football: St. Mary's 62, Tokay 0

 

The Rams had two touch downs in the first five minutes of play as the special teams were the stars of the evening at the Grape Bowl as they shut out the Tigers 62-0 in TCAL action. Aaron Jenkins III two punts of 34 and 22 yards into Tigers’ territory that set up William Brown touchdown runs of 2 and 8 yards within five minutes into the game. That led to St. Mary’s

 

Another special teams play led to the Rams taking a 20-0 lead with 4:42, still in the first quarter when they blocked a Tiger punt, which was scooped up by  Elijah Mounger, who picked up the loose ball and ran it back 19 yards for the score. St. Mary's led by 55 at the end of the first half, leading to a running clock to end the game. The Rams put up 7 more in the third quarter for the final score.  Record: 4-2, 1-0 TCAL.

 

Football: Mater Dei 54, St. Mary's 14

 

The Rams met a very strong Mater Dei team that took advantage of several offensive miscues  at Levi Stadium for the NFL Experience game. Despite the unequal odds, the much smaller Rams played a great defensive game and on the offense with remarkable catches from DuMaurier Cotton, and powerful surges Dusty Frampton stayed in the game until the end.  Record: 3-2

 

Football: St. Mary's 42, Consumnes Oaks 21

 

The Rams took on the Wolfpack in Elk Grove, pulling to a 22-0 half time lead, extending it to 35-7 in the third quarter, and adding an additional touchdown in the 4th to seal the win 42-21. Record 3-1

 

Football: Central Catholic 20, St. Mary's 7

 

The Rams were error-prone on offense with 5 turnovers including three interceptions and 2 fumbles that led to Raider touchdowns. While the St. Mary's defense caused multiple turnovers against Central Catholic, it was not enough to overcome the deficit created by an early score on the part of the Raiders as St. Mary's lost the Holy Bowl 20 -7. Record 2-1

 

Football: St. Mary's 48, Cardinal Newman 34

 

St. Mary’s exploded to a 13-0 lead on the first five plays of the game with quarterback Marcus Aponte running for both scores. Although Cardinal Newman later took a short-lived 20-13 lead on a blocked punt  Jamar Marshall of St. Mary’s returned the ensuing kickoff 92 yards for a tying score. The Rams thenreeled off 28 unanswered points.

 

St. Mary’s running back Dusty Frampton salted the game away by scoring his fourth touchdown of the night. Frampton finished with 17 carries for 115 yards. Record 2-0

 

Football: St. Mary's 41, Serra 13

 

The Rams pushed back an early Padre defensive stand, and began their own steady offense when Dusty Frampton crashed through the Serra line to score on a 1-yard touchdown run. Then it was time for the stars of track and Sanquinetti Field, Joe Fontes and Jamar Marshall, both of whom used their amazing speed to score 56 yard touchdowns for St. Mary's. Fontes did a bit of razzle-dazzle by running from the right side of the field to the left and divng into the end zone hitting the pylon.

 

Although a separated shoulder required Noah May to leave the game, placing Marcs Aponte in the role, there was never a pause in the Rams consistent offense, with the speed of receivers Tre Jenkins III, Yay Yay  Cotton, and, of course, Fontes, Marshall and Frampton.

 

The Rams play at Cardinal Newman on the road, followed by the “Holy Bowl” against Central Catholic at home, Elk Grove-Cosumnes Oaks and off to Levi Stadium for a meeting with preseason USA No. 1 Mater Dei.

 

SM Football Previewed in Record Encore

 

 

The 2017 SM Rams, Defending NorCal Champions were profiled in The Record's Encore publication. Read the full article here.

 

SM Football No. 2 in Northern California

 

St. Mary's was chosen as pre-season No. 2 behind De La Salle by  NorCalPreps.com Preseaso Football Top 20.

 

St. Mary's Football In Top 100 Nationally

 

St. Mary's received a pre-season national ranking of No. 67 in the latest poll. This year, among the opponents the Rams face will be the No. 1 team in the nation, Mater Dei on September 24th.

 

Rams Players On CalHiSports.com Preseason Sac-Joaquin Section Team.

 

Three Rams from the St. Mary's, the defending CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I champion, were named to the CalHiSports.com Preseason Sac-Joaquin Section Team.

 

On the offense is running back Dusty Frampton who rushed for 2,345 yards and 42 touchdowns last year. Frampton scored multiple touchdowns in 11 games last year. Along with Dusty, Max Barth was named to the offensive line. Tre Jenkins was named to the team as a defensive back.

 

Mr. Tipton, Teacher, Coach, Mentor Retires

 

The history classroom and the football field will be a bit empty with the retirement of St. Mary's long-time teacher, coach and mentor, Mr. Dave Tipton.

 

Mr.Tipton, who played for the NFL and was both an assistant coach at Stanford and adjunct professor of history, came to St. Mary's after leaving Stanford and took on the role that made him one of the most beloved members of the St. Mary's High School community.

 

As a teacher he was excellent, both knowledgeable and entertaining. As a coach he made the Rams defense one of the best, if not the best in California. As a mentor, he helped not only student-athletes but all students who sought his advice and counsel.

 

St. Mary''s thanks Mr. Dave Tipton and wishes him a long, happy and relaxing retirement.

 

2017-2018 Football Team

 

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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