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Golf, Women's (TCAL Champions)


9-1 9-1



7-3 20-16

Football (TCAL Champs/SJ Section Champs/NorCal Champs)


5-0 13-2

Skeet (Begins Fall 2016)



Women's Tennis (TCAL Champions)


10-0 12-2

Water polo, Men's (TCAL Champions)


10-0 20-10

Water polo, Women's (TCAL Champions)


9-1 14-9

Cross-Country, Men's



Cross-Country, Women's



Basketball, Women's


13-5 13-5

Basketball, Men's


2-0 10-7



Men's Soccer Winter 0-3-0 1-10-1
Women's Soccer Winter 0-0-1 2-3-2

Golf, Men's



Tennis, Men's



Badminton, Men's



Badminton,  Women's



Swimming, Women's 



Swimming Men's 



Track & Field, Men's



Track & Field Women's











Trap Shooting (Begins Spring 2017) Spring    



Women's Basketball: Riverdale Baptist 62, St. Mary's 60


The Rams hosted the Crusaders, losing a nail biter 62-60 to Riverdale Baptist at Morelli Gymnasium. St. Mary's had beaten the Crusaders earlier in the season at the Nike Tournament of Champions. Record: 13-5


Men's Soccer Tracy 5, St. Mary’s 0


At Tracy, goalkeeper Christopher Pucci had four saves for the Rams as they were shut out by the Bulldogs dropping St. Mary's to a record of  1-10-1, 0-3-0 TCAL.


Men's Basketball: St. Mary's 68, West 66


First place in the Tri-City Athletic League was up for grabs as the Rams and Wolfpack met and  battled through a close game at West. Bryce Johnson, who scored 20 of his game-high 22 points in the second half, hit a 3-point shot in the final minute to put the Rams up 68-64.


Coach Ken Green, quoted in  said  "“We were a little jacked up, but we hung in there,” he said. “We knew it was going to be a fight. We were fortunate. We made enough plays and enough shots to win.”


St. Mary’s went  14 of 21 free throws in its 9th straight win. Record: 10-7, 2-0 TCAL


Softball: Frosh-Soph Head Coach Opening


The Rams are looking for a frosh-soph head coach for the upcoming season. Spring sports begin in late February. To inquire, contact St. Mary’s varsity head coach John Fuhrman at (209) 915-0035


Men's Soccer: West 4, St. Mary's 3


In TCAL action at West, the Rams lost to the Wolfpack 4-3 in a highly competitive game. Dominik Soos

scored twice for the Rams while William Ehlert had a goal and Daniel Zapien and Patrick Wortmann each had assists for St. Mary’s.St. Mary's takes on Tracy in an away game on January 19th. Record 1-9-1, 0-2-0 TCAL.


Women's Basketball: MLK Showcase. St. Mary's 89, Bishop Alemany 69

Thomas Lawrence, The Record


"If the St. Mary's girls basketball team has one lingering problem, coach Tom Gonsalves said, it's having leaders who are quiet by nature.


Yet, the Rams' response to a rare home loss was deafening,


St. Mary's buried 10 3-pointers and had four players score in double digits in an 89-69 rout of Mission Hills-Bishop Alemany in their MLK Showcase finale Monday at Morelli Gym.


The Rams were lagging in the second quarter, as the Warriors (14-4) cut through their press with ease. But St. Mary's, behind the stern words of Gonsalves and a renewed sense of urgency, ended the half on a 28-10 run for a 47-37 lead.


"We woke up. We were sleepwalking," Gonsalves said. "We go through phases like that. That's a sign that ... we lack leadership right now. We're young. Hopefully when Naje comes back, that's going to be our missing piece."


Gonsalves was referring to senior guard Naje Murray, the team's top scoring guard a year ago and a San Diego State signee. Murray tore her ACL in the summer and is in the latter stages of rehab.


In Murray's stead, junior guard Ariel Johnson scored a game-high 25 points.


Aquira DeCosta delivered her 14th double-double of the season and 33rd of her three-year varsity career, with 23 points and 15 rebounds. Neenah Young added 16 points, eight rebounds and three assists.


"We had a lot more ball movement (than Friday), a lot more assists (the Rams had nine). We just really took it to them," Young said.


Freshman guard Amaya Oliver bounced back by adding 10 points, five rebounds and three steals after going scoreless in Friday's loss to Las Vegas-Centennial.


"I liked her game today, a lot," Gonsalves said of Oliver. "Everybody did well, and that's a good team we played. A pretty darn good team."


St. Mary's maintained its lead throughout the fourth quarter, and Johnson had the dagger with a steal and layup for a 14-point lead with less than 2 minutes remaining.


The Rams host Upper Marlboro, Maryland-Riverdale Baptist at 7 p.m. Thursday and Santa Rosa-Cardinal Newman at 4 p.m. Saturday.


The whole idea is to peak at the right time," Gonsalves said".


The Record Article Features Naje Murray

Thomas Lawrence


STOCKTON - She still performs special pregame handshakes with her teammates, wears her black Nike headband and spends every practice, game and moment she can with St. Mary's girls basketball.


But senior guard Naje Murray has been hurting - recently, more emotionally so than physically - for six months. Murray tore the ACL in her right knee in an AAU game in July at Oregon State, and is in the latter stages of recovery and rehabilitation.


While Murray plans on receiving and wearing her brace, and resuming to full-contact practice this week, she had to sit idly as the Rams competed in their annual MLK Showcase on Monday. Murray was a special addition to the pregame starting lineup announcements.


She even forced a smile.


And make no mistake, Murray said, she's made the feigned smile an art form during her recovery.


Murray learned it from former Rams forward Angel Johnson, who missed St. Mary's state championship game in March 2015 while academically ineligible.


"She said, 'Just keep faking a smile, which I've been doing,'" said Murray, donning a long-sleeved, green St. Mary's warmup shirt after the Rams' win on Monday. "There's nothing anyone can say or do ... there's nothing that can fill the void."


Murray has more than just the Rams' impending playoff run to consider. She's signed with San Diego State women's basketball, and has a scholarship and potential four-year college career awaiting her. Murray is still awaiting medical clearance to play.


Her love of hoops and her competitive motor are making her wait feel like an eternity. Those closest to Murray, whether it be her mother Natalia Murray, father Doug Murray, her friends or even Rams coach Tom Gonsalves, are trying to respect the medical process.


"I'm taking doctor's orders," Gonsalves said. "It is important that she's healed."


While Murray hasn't played with St. Mary's since last March, she has played since she tore her ACL.


The trainer at Oregon State believed it was a hamstring pull, and so Murray played AAU ball again soon after in Nashville, Tennessee. When she returned to California for Cal Stars (AAU) practice, and the pain lingered, she underwent an MRI which uncovered the devastating news.


"I was driving to a friend's house" when her mom called her to tell her the prognosis, Murray said. "I pulled over on the side of the road sobbing hysterically."


Once Murray made the news public on social media, word spread quickly. That night, Jacki Gemelos, a McDonald's All-American with St. Mary's in 2006 who's torn her ACL five times, called Murray for support.

"That was a very motivating call to have someone of that stature and experience ... call her and give her a little boost," Doug Murray said. "That was really nice."


Murray, Delta College football's defensive coordinator, has seen a slew of ACL tears and knee injuries in his career. So he's learned to stay grounded as he watches an athlete - this one happens to be his child - recover.


"We want to support her enthusiasm and excitement as it relates to expediting the rehab process, so that she stays on it, stays open-minded and on-track," he said. "...;Ultimately, it will be a medical decision."

Naje Murray began her physical therapy the day after surgery, and early on, did two physical therapy sessions per day.


"Which no one does. I had to," said Murray, who averaged 13 points per game as a junior. "I did aquatic therapy for awhile. My days are long."


Murray currently does one physical therapy session daily, and goes through non-contact drills in practice.

"The minute I hurt myself, I realized that I have to become fearless. I have to be able to play again, and I have to play like myself again. I have so many more years left of basketball," she said.

For four months, Murray's inner circle told her to call it a high school career and recover before college ball.


"A lot of my close friends and family were telling me just sit this year out. Be a leader from the sideline. Over time, they saw how much it was taking a toll on me," she said. "My teammates, they saw...; a lot of tears and heartache that come with sitting for so long."


Murray crouched at half court and surveyed those teammates before Monday's game, and sat near the coaching staff on the bench thereafter. While Murray is reserved in her temporary role, she occasionally bites her nails like teenage LeBron did.


Murray's future in basketball is uncertain. But Murray, who turned 18 on Jan. 7, refuses to be pessimistic.

"I'm just different. I don't have any fear," Murray said. "I trust that it was supposed to happen, and I did it the way I was supposed to do it."



SM Internet  and  RadioSports Broadcasts


Broadcast sports program for 2016-17




What is


St. Mary's High School proudly announces a new venture with its new video Broadcasting I class, and that is We will broadcast every varsity football game (including playoffs), home TCAL volleyball games (and all playoff games), home varsity boys and girls basketball games (including playoffs), home TCAL baseball games (including playoffs) and at least one event for every single varsity sport. Starting in the 2nd quarter, we will broadcast a magazine show called St. Mary's Today. This show will be aired twice a month throughout the rest of the school year. We will also broadcast special events such as the 140th Anniversary Mass and the Blue Mass live.


How can I watch these events?


Log on to and sign up for a subscription in order to watch events live. Subscriptions cost $35 for an entire school year or $9.95 to watch a single event live. Events may be viewed for free, one week after the event has taken place.


Where does the subscription money go?


Most of the revenue goes to the, which is the official video partner of the CIF Sac-Joaquin section. A third of your subscription is rebated back to Saint Mary's Athletics and helps to defray other athletic costs.


Can I advertise on these events?


Yes, there will be reasonable commercial advertisements available on all broadcasts. For more information contact Paul Scheet at (209) 986-1916 or email him at


College Commitments



Naje Murray, Basketball, San Diego State

Charlie Johnson, Baseball, UOP

Alisha Miller, Diving, UC Davis

Kelcy Telles, Softball, Dominguez Hills

Eric Madrid, Baseball, Santa Clara

Sydney Marks, Volleyball, Cal Baptist

Events & Notices




St. Mary's Clay Target Program is an exciting new sport that we are offering at SM for the first time ever!  This program is part of a competitive league that competes in Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, and Olympic Bunker (all shotgun sports).  There are over 1600 participants, state-wide, involved in the CYSSA (California Youth Shooting Sports Association), as well as over 50 school teams. 


This spring, we will begin our inaugural year in the CYSSA with the Trap Shooting season.  Anyone that is interested in learning more about the program can check out:


This organization is a Scholarly group, and values academics as well as shooting.  In fact, in the last 8 years, more than a dozen shooters from this program were sent to 4-year universities (ASU, Purdue, Lindenwood University) on full or partial shooting scholarships.  The program has also produced several junior Olympians, as well as 2 shooters at these last Olympics in Rio.


If you are interested in being a part of the team here at SM, get a sign up packet from the athletics office, fill it out, and bring it back to Mr Tanner or to the Athletics office by Tuesday (1/17) .  You will need to fill out a try out card (however there are no actual try outs.  This sport is open to ALL who are interested, male or female, and no experience is necessary).  The season starts in March, with practices beginning every Tuesday starting 1/31.




For all those interested in playing baseball this year to please email  Please provide player name, grade, parent name & email contact

Members of the Athletic Hall of Fame

Joseph Abdullah '91

Jennifer Agresti

Jim Arbios ‘45

Ed Barakatt ‘47

Dario Bella ‘41+

Robert Carruesco '65

George Casillas '83

Margo Castaneda '78

Ken Castles '55 (dec.)

Arthur Chapman '54

David Chapman '54

Bob Chinchiolo '55

Mike Clark

Careana Clay ‘80

Larry Conti ‘36 +

Gregory De Cristofaro '64

Bob Garibaldi ‘82

Jon Giffen ‘77

Ken Green ‘82

Steve Green '78

Glenn Griffen

Jon Gustorf

Denese Hallergach '91

Frank Halvorson '74

Von Hayes '76

Laurence Held ‘79

Larry Huiras '62

Art Hughes ‘42 +

Peter L. Inge '75

Ron Inge '73

Duane Isetti ‘59

Melanie Knott '87

Frank Linford '75

David Lozano '72

Jocelyn Mancebo '01

Don Mazzilli ‘77

Angela McShane '93

Antwine Murchison '81

Gregory O’Leary ‘77

Debra Goodrich ‘77

Tom O’Neill

Rick Paulsen '77

Walter Payne '53

Aileen  Risso '82

Peter Shoemaker '68

Ray Silvas '54

Kevin Simmons '79

Ed Sprague ‘85

Rich Standart ‘70

Wayman Steed '47 +

E. Raymond Thames '80

Hal Toso ‘46 +

Steve Towne

Ben Valverde ‘47

Richard Valverde '52

Eric Williams ‘80

Mike Williams '74

John Zidich '72

Varisty Football '60 *





Varsity Football Team of 1960




John Moreno

Ken Castles

Adrian Vera




Dan Ahles

Richard Jacques

Martin Avila

Dan Leary (Deceased)

Louis Bacigalupi

Simon Molini  (Deceased)

Greg Basso

Robert Munoz

Patrick Burke

Dante Nomellini

Mike Calosso

Dewey Pasquini

Ronald Cecchini (Deceased)

Melvin Ratto

Leonard Cortez

Victor Robles

Anthony Costa

Michael Robustelli

Jim “Skip” Declusin

B. Ruiz

Richard Derivi

Jerry Shipman

John Dillon

Carl Thompson

Ray Guidi (Deceased)

Bill Urbani

D. Harmon

Joseph Valverde

Edward Jacques

 James Wells


The  St. Mary's Athletic Hall of Fame honors alumnus who have distinguished themselves in the athletic arena.

We are working to create a positive game environment for our student athletes and our student spectators. We would love to see students from every grade level involved in the campus life at St. Mary's and this is one of the best ways that we can offer such an experience. Here's what every member of The Machine will receive.

  • Free admission to all home, non-CIF games for ALL sports, all year.

  • Choice of one of three, limited edition Green Machine t-shirts in green, white, or black that can be worn to school on Fridays and, of course, to games.

  • Be eligible to take advantage of give-a ways like free food, free t-shirts, free play-off tickets, even some free play tickets and much more. 

  • Priority seating in our student section - the whole Ram Family is welcome there!

  • Getting the most out of your high school experience and creating life-long memories. 

You can stay updated on everything Green Machine by following us on Twitter, Instagram, and Vine @SMGreenMachine. We post game updates and pictures to showcase the Rams and their fans. 



*These links are not not officially sponsored  nor under the control of St. Mary’s High School. The links are provided solely as a convenience to the user. The inclusion of this link is not a recommendation of nor an  endorsement of the views expressed within them. The views and opinions are solely those of the authors of the content contained therein. St. Mary’s is not responsible for the accuracy or content of information contained in the site.


The cost for the Green Machine is $30 but it will save you lots of money over the course of the year. The more you get involved, the more you save.  If you attend only 4 football games and 2 volleyball games in the fall you will already have participated in more than $30 in SMHS activities.


You can sign up in the Athletics Office at any time but the sooner the better so we can make our shirt order. If you have any questions, you can contact me,  Sarah Buhr, the Green Machine Moderator,  via email at  


SchoolPoP Program Helps Support St. Mary's


Schoolpop’s name-brand online merchants contribute up to 20% of every purchase you make to Saint Mary's High School. Use the link to begin supporting the school.


Scrip Form


A on-line fill-out/print-out form is available :: Click Here ::  Use this as a convenient way to order scrip to get credit for your annual family athletic fee.


Maps To Sac Joaquin Schools


CIF Sac Joaquin Section maintains maps and directions to all member schools. For Maps :: Click Here ::


Post High School Competition


NCAA Statistics on Probability of Post High School Competition  :: Click Here ::


NCAA Registration Requirements


All athletes who wish to participate in college at the NCAA Division I or II level must register with the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearing house by the completion of their junior year of high school. To register :: Click Here ::





Parent Code of Conduct


Saint Mary’s High School parents are expected to:


• Let the coaches coach.


• Consistently exhibit good character and conduct yourself as a positive role model.


• Support the program.


• Encourage communication between your student athlete and the coach.


• Be loyal to the school and team; put the interests of the team above your child’s personal glory.


• Teach your child to live and play with class and be a good sport.


• Treat game officials with respect.


• Support the concept of “being a student first.”


• Be honest with your child about the likelihood of getting an athletic scholarship or playing on a professional level.


• Remember that participation in sports is a privilege, not a right.


• Teach your child to avoid temptations to gain competitive advantage through improper gamesmanship techniques that violate the highest traditions of sportsmanship.


• Abide by and support the parent/student handbook.



General Information


The Student Handbook contains information, policies and regulations related to Athletic affairs at St. Mary's and can be accessed  with this :: Link: ::






Saint Mary’s High School administration, athletic director and coaches believe that students who are selected for the privilege of membership on teams should conduct themselves as responsible representatives of the school. In order to assure the integrity of the athletic code of conduct, the athletic director and coaches will enforce this Code of Conduct. Furthermore, matters which are brought to the attention of the Dean of Students concerning members of teams who fail to abide by the Athletic Code of Conduct, are subject to disciplinary action by the office of the deans. Members of teams must always serve as exemplars of high moral character and must demonstrate appropriate academic commitment. As recognized representatives of Saint Mary’s High School, team members are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior whether in season or out of season, in uniform or out of uniform, on campus or off campus.


Athletics Program


The interscholastic program is an integral part of Saint Mary’s High School. It holds many educational benefits for those students who elect to participate.


The self-discipline required of the students participating in interscholastic competition provides a unique training opportunity not ordinarily available elsewhere in the curriculum.


All interscholastic activities of the school’s athletic department will maintain the ideals and standards that are the policy of the school administration, the Tri City Athletic League (TCAL), the San Joaquin Section (SJS), and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Saint Mary’s High School’s athletic department strives to create an environment that promotes competitiveness, spirituality,teamwork and self-discipline. We are committed to building character, developing responsibility, and promoting sportsmanship which will become life-long traits.


Informed Consent


Parents and students need to be aware of the potential dangers of participation in interscholastic athletics since there is a risk of being injured in any sport.


The risk of injury may be severe, including varieties of fractures, conussions, sprains, contusions, brain injuries, paralysis, or even death. Risk of injury may be somewhat reduced through parent insistence upon student-athletes following carefully all of the guidelines given by the coaching staff and school regarding training rules, safety procedures, proper use of equipment, legal and safe playing techniques, and any and all other safety procedures.


The school’s program operates on the concept of the “student-athlete.” A student wishing to participate in the sports program must meet the following eligibility standards, while making satisfactory progress toward graduation.


Scholastic Requirements


a) An athlete must maintain a 2.00 grade point average or be excluded from participation in an athletic sport until the student attains a 2.00 GPA at the next grading period.


b) CIF rules require that semester grades be used to determine eligibility at the end of the second and fourth quarters. Grading periods shall be first quarter, first semester, and third quarter and second semester.


c) A student must have a 2.00 GPA on the report card from the previous grading period (all subjects count toward the determination of the 2.00 GPA) in order to be eligible to participate in sports for the next quarter. No student with two or more grades of “F” is eligible.


d) For the school year: the eligibility period begins when the Vice-Principal publishes the list of ineligible students based on the marks received on the previous semester/quarter report card. Students are ineligible from one publication date to the next.


e) The same procedure will be used for the remaining quarters. The eligibility will always be determined by the previous quarter or semester grades.


f) In the event a student receives below a 2.00 GPA on the 2nd semester report card and hence would be ineligible in the Fall, but said athlete goes to summer school and in essence, raises their grade and the grade is acceptable to SMHS it may be counted. If, in the recomputing of the GPA, it rises to 2.00 or above, the student would be eligible for participation in the fall quarter. The student shall remain ineligible until the Vice Principal reviews the grades. Such a student (summer school student) shall be permitted to practice but not participate in events until eligibility is determined after the receipt of the summer school grades. Note: prior to attending summer school, students should consult with the St. Mary’s Vice Principal and Counselor to ensure that credit will be given for courses taken.


g) Students shall not be permitted or encouraged to drop classes, change teachers, or otherwise alter their schedules for the purpose of defeating the intent of this policy.


h) No student entering SMHS from the 8th grade shall be affected by this policy until after their first grading period at SMHS.


i) In all transfer cases, it is presumed that the student is eligible to participate based upon the C.I.F. transfer rules.


j) Ineligible students may not participate in conditioning programs for upcoming sports. They may, however, continue with weight training if they are enrolled in the class. Any special case or extenuating circumstances will be reviewed by the athletic director and may be deemed eligible by the athletic director.


Attendance Requirements


a) Minimum attendance for participation in a practice or game is one-half of the school day. Parents must call the attendance office to excuse all absences. The athletic director and Dean of Students must clear any exceptions.


b) Any student-athlete enrolled in a physical education class who does not dress and participate in class on a given day may not participate in practice or in a game on the same day.


c) A student-athlete who cuts a class as determined by the Dean of Students, will not be permitted to participate in any practice or game that day (or as soon as the athletic director is notified and can notify the coach).


Uniform/Equipment Requirements


a) Any student who is issued equipment or uniforms is fully accountable for the return, in good condition, of the items issued. Parents will be held financially accountable for any items lost, stolen, or damaged. It is also the policy of the athletic department for all equipment/uniforms being used in

the previous seasonal sport to be returned before the athlete will be allowed to participate in the upcoming sport.


b) Uniforms and equipment issued to the student at the beginning of the season for use throughout the sport, shall be stored in a LOCKED locker at school or kept at home for use on game days. No student should give out the combination to any other. It is the student’s responsibility to lock all valuables and possessions at all times during use of the locker room for storage. All lost possessions must be reported to the coach immediately.


Medical Requirements


a) Each student who participates in any sport must provide evidence of a physical examination by a licensed physician M.D. or D.O. in order to satisfy C.I.F. and SMHS athletic regulations. Physical examinations are valid for one calendar school year and are offered by the school prior to each sports season in the months of August, October, and January.


b) Athletes must have a signed “Authorization to Consent to Treatment” card on file in the athletic office.


c) Football Insurance: Medical insurance is required for competition in interscholastic football. This requirement may be satisfied through policies held by the student-athlete that do not exclude interscholastic football, or by the purchase of insurance, through St. Mary's that specifically covers interscholastic football.


d) After an injury which requires medical attention, a release in writing must be obtained from a doctor before a player may resume participation. This is for the protection of the player, coach, and school.


Transportation and Travel


a) Travel to away contests may be by school vans, a chartered bus, or another method approved by parental permission slips. Transportation of students from their homes to game sites is the responsibility of the parents. Transportation of students to off-campus practice sites are also the responsibility of the  parents.


b) Students who travel to a contest by a school van, a chartered bus, etc. must present a signed note from their parents if they are to be permitted to go home with someone else.


c) Athletes are to be dressed neatly and appropriately when traveling to away contests and as well as when attending home games.


Outside Competition


a) According to CIF rules, no student may participate for an outside team (except soccer) and a school team in the same sport during the same season.


b) Athletes are not obligated to attend any meeting when the sport is not in season or when the athlete is still a member of another school team. Athletes may however request their coaches’ permission to attend organizational meetings of another SMHS sport, especially if it would involve missing a practice time.


Athletics Awards Policy


a) Block SM letters will be given for varsity sports only. Athletes must have participated on the varsity level in approximately half of his/her team’s events with the final decision being at the discretion of the head coach or athletic director. Award winners will be limited to one SM block letter with subsequent recognition by certificate and emblems for each sport in which they participate.


b) Awards will be made on the basis of the coach’s recommendations. Athletes who regularly miss practices or games will not receive an award.


c) Players who participate will receive a certificate of participation. All “first-time” participants shall receive a chenille number indicating their year of graduation.


d) Student managers will receive Block SM letter awards with a manager emblem upon the completion of their duties and the recommendation of the coach. Statisticians do not receive a Block SM letter, but may receive a letter of commendation.


e) If an athlete drops out of a sport, is suspended from school during their season, or is dismissed from the team for disciplinary reasons, they automatically forfeit any award they might have received.


Drug and Alcohol Policy Steroid Prohibition


The athletic department fully supports the policy set forth in the parent/student handbook concerning the possession of, selling of and use of drugs/alcohol on the way to or from school, at school, before, during or after a school-sponsored event. In addition to the overall school policy, the athletic department shall dismiss the athlete from the sport in which they are currently participating.


The C.I.F. mandates that, “as a condition of membership, all schools shall adopt policies prohibiting the use and abuse of androgenic/anabolic steroids. All member schools shall have all participating students and their parents/ caregiver agree that the athlete will not use steroids without the written prescription of a fully licensed physician (as recognized by the American Medical Association) to treat a medical condition.” Saint Mary’s High School affirms and supports this mandate and encourages all families to discuss this important issue with their student-athlete.




a) A completed participation packet is required of all students intending to participate prior to the official starting date for the sport. Packets are available from the athletic office.


b) Athletes who are forced to try out late due to overlapping seasons will be given an equal opportunity to make the team.


c) Any person cut from a team may request an explanation from the coach involved.


d) After joining a team, a player must finish that season before going out for another sport, unless approval is received from the coaches involved and approved by the athletic director.


e) Athletes and their parents are expected to be familiar with the policies and regulations of the SMHS athletic department.


f) Parents of athletes are highly encouraged to join the athletic sports association club.


g) While in season, athletic teams must attend any school optional Mass as a team. They will sit together as a team and dress appropriately. Teams are strongly encouraged to attend a morning Mass in the chapel at times throughout their season.


h) SMHS affirms the dignity of every student. Hazing is unacceptable conduct, as well as illegal, and will not be tolerated.


C.I.F. Pursuing Victory with Honor Athletes' Code of Conduct


Saint Mary’s High School athletes are expected to:


• Do what is right even when it is unpopular.


• Fulfill commitments to the team and school.


• Be loyal to your school and team by putting the team above personal glory.


• Treat all people inside and outside of school with respect.


• Be gracious in victory and accept defeat with dignity.


• Be respectful; do not engage in disrespectful conduct of any sort including profanity, obscene gestures, offensive remarks of a sexual nature, trash talking, taunting, boastful celebrations, or other actions that demean individuals or the sport.


• Treat game officials, opponents and coaches with respect.


• Be a student first, knowing that the primary responsibility of a student-athlete is academic achievement.


• Remember that participation in sports is a privilege, not a right.


• Consistently exhibit good character and conduct yourself as a positive role model on and off the field.


• Be a positive role model; do not use any illegal or unhealthy substances, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or performance-enhancing drugs.


• Exercise self-control. Do not fight or show excessive displays of anger or frustration.


• Honor, observe and enforce the spirit and the letter of rules and regulations.


• Maintain academic eligibility.


• Be at school for a minimum of one-half day in order to participate in any extra-curricular activity.


 • Abide by and support the parent/student handbook.


Spectator/fan Code of Conduct


Saint Mary’s High School fan/spectators are expected to:


• Discourage any dishonest or unsportsmanlike conduct.


• Treat all participants with respect.


• Be gracious in victory and accept defeat with dignity.


• Not engage in disrespectful conduct including profanity, obscene gestures, and offensive remarks of a sexual nature, trash talking, taunting, boastful celebrations or other actions that demean individuals or the sport.


• Treat game officials with respect.


• Let the coaches coach.


• Display respect for all other spectators.


• Exercise self-control.


• Listen to and obey the requests of the public address announcer and all security personnel in attendance.


• Be at school at least one-half day in order to attend any extra-curricular event.


The athletic director or dean of students may at their discretion, temporarily suspend or terminate any athlete’s participation on a team when that athlete violates the rules and policies set forth in the parent/student handbook. An athlete’s coach may terminate any athlete’s participation on a team when that athlete violates policies/rules as set forth in the Athlete's Code of Conduct.


The athletic director or dean of students may at their discretion, temporarily suspend or terminate any athlete’s participation on a team when that athlete violates the rules and policies set forth in the parent/student handbook. An athlete’s coach may terminate any athlete’s participation on a team when that athlete violates policies/rules as set forth in the Athlete's Code of Conduct.


Please see the Student Handbook for further information, requirements and limitations.


St. Mary’s Sports Alumni Currently Playing for 4 Year Universities*





Academy of Arts

Melissa Brum



Boston College Natalie Cortopassi Volleyball Freshman
Cal Baptist Alycia Daniel Cheerleading Sophomore
Cal Lutheran Matt Fong Water Polo Sophomore
Cal Lutheran Jack Kirby Water Polo Sophomore
Cal Lutheran Logan Sanders Football Senior
Cal Lutheran Lazaro Ford Football Sophomore
Cal Lutheran Nathanial Thompson Football/Baseball Senior
Cal Maritime Academy Devin Williams Basketball Sophomore
Cal Maritime Academy Evan Madill Basketball Freshman
CSU Northridge Caston Parker Track Freshman
Cal Poly Pomona 

Megan Byrne

Volleyball Senior
Cal Poly SLO Cutler Salmon Football Sophomore
Chapman University Michael Garcia Water polo Sophomore
Corban University Jaslyn Rush Softball Junior

College of Idaho

Shelby Epps Swimming Junior
Concordia-Irvine Tatiana Padilla Swimming Sophomore

Creighton University

Grace Cabri



CSU East Bay Talia Cox Track Junior
CSU East Bay Miranda McDonnell Swimming Sophomore
CSU Fresno Katie Castellon Softball Junior
CSU Fullerton Mia Franco Track Freshman
CSU Northridge Madasonne Butler Water Polo Freshman
CSU Sacramento

Jaelin Ratliff

Football Junior
CSU Sacramento Lauren Kissel Volleyball Senior
CSU San Jose Cole Williams Water Polo Sophomore

CSU Sonoma

Adriana Baysinger Volleyball Freshman

CSU Stanislaus

Carlissa Shipp Basketball Sophomore

Dakota Wesleyan

Clark Butler Football Junior
Dominican University Stephanie Pawek Soccer Senior

Dominican University

Matt Case Soccer Sophomore
Datrmouth Jordan Cornwell Volleyball Sophomore
Lewis & Clark Claire Burke Golf Senior
Notre Dame Belmont Adrian Hollifield Lacrosse Junior
Notre Dame Belmont Brandon Davis Lacrosse Senior
Oregon State Kat Tudor Basketball Freshman
Pacific-Oregon Mike Relloque Football Freshman

Puget Sound

Dwight Jackson Football Sophomore
San Diego Shane McDermott Football Sophomore
Santa Clara Kyle Cortopassi Baseball Senior
Santa Clara Ngozi Nwabuzoh Volleyball Freshman
Santa Clara Hannah Russell Softball Freshman

Springfield College

Hannah Lozano Volleyball Sophomore
S. Oregaon University Jessica Hufford Soccer Senior

S. Oregon University

Ashleigh Moore Basketball Senior
Thomas More College Josie Perrino Soccer Senior
U.S. Air Force Academy Joey Carl Football Senior
U of Arizona Charise Holloway Basketball Junior
UC Berrkeley Mi'Cole Cayton Basketball Freshman
UC Berkeley Carl Nahigian Track & Field Senior
UC Berkeley Reyes Ripken Baseball Sophomore
UCLA Jarron Silva Baseball Freshman
UC Riverside Shantall Williams Track Sophomore
UC Santa Barbara Onome Jemerigbe Basketball Senior
UC. Santa Barbara Gabe Vincent Basketball Junior

University of Idaho

Kaleb Parrish Football Junior
UN Reno Kodi Dike Football Senior
University of Buffalo Kahlil Hodge Football Senior
UOP Luis Araya Soccer Freshman
UOP Unique Coleman Basketball Senior
UOP Ebony Ezeji Soccer Senior
UOP Sydney Fadal Basketball Freshman
UOP Taylor Johnson Baseball Junior
UOP Katherine Goterba Volleyball Junior
UOP Anthony Madrid Golf, Junior
UOP Grecian Smith Water polo Senior
UOP Jed Sprague Baseball Junior
U.S. Naval Academy Tyler Maroney Water Polo Junior
Virgina Military Institute Catie Berry Swimming Junior
Whittier College Jacob Aruta Basketball Sophomore

Wright State University

Austin McDonnell Swimming Senior

*Based on information provided. Please provide any corrections and/or the names, sport, school and year of any alumnus attending a 4 year college or university that is not listed to the Saint Mary’s Athletic Department.  Be sure to include the web address of the alumni player profile.



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