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Welcome Letters ........................................................................................................................5
Tournament Winners 1974-2013 .........................................................................................8
All-Tournament Teams 1974-2013 ................................................................................... 12
Team Records ........................................................................................................................... 15
Individual Records ................................................................................................................. 16
About Father Joseph F. Barry, S.J....................................................................................... 17
Tournament Bracket .............................................................................................................. 20
Xavier .......................................................................................................................................... 22
Jesuit ........................................................................................................................................... 24
Damien ....................................................................................................................................... 26
Cathedral ................................................................................................................................... 28
Archbishop Mitty .................................................................................................................... 30
Notre Dame .............................................................................................................................. 32
St. Mary’s ................................................................................................................................... 34
St. Francis ................................................................................................................................... 36
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Host School Information: PresidentFr. David J. Suwalsky, S.J.Principal Lorraine PaulV.P. for AdvancementMaureen LongyearV.P. & Chief Financial OfficerSharon Tobar
Dir. of AthleticsChris FaheyAsst. Dir. of AthleticsRoss EvansAdmin. Asst. Athletic DirRobin CummingsDir. of AdmissionsJosh PaloneDir. of CommunicationsMala Paul
Welcome to the 41st annual Fr. Joseph Barry Christmas Classic Basketball Tournament. The tournament has a long and storied history, as you will see on the pages that follow. Listings of past champions, individual and team records and the all-tournament teams are detailed for you. Also included are profiles and rosters of the teams participating in this year’s tournament.
Jesuit High School welcomes all of the visiting teams’ players, coaches and their fans. We hope that both your visit to the Jesuit High School campus in Carmichael and your Fr. Barry Christmas Classic experiences are exciting and memorable.
The Jesuit High School administration, athletic department and basketball staffs are grateful for the outstanding efforts put forth by the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic committee. The committee, comprised of alumni parents, would like to extend its sincere appreciation to all of the wonderful organizations that have assisted us in presenting such an outstanding basketball tournament.
Special thanks to:• The Jesuit High School Booster Club and its members who have helped
provide and serve the meals to the players and coaches, the brunch buffet after Mass and staffed the gate and concessions.
• The teachers and alumni for their assistance as timekeepers and scorekeepers.
• The Jesuit student body rooting section for their boisterous support as the sixth man.
• The host families, parents and students of Jesuit High School who have opened their homes to our special guests.
• The Hilton Sacramento-Arden West Hotel for providing accommodations to the visiting coaches and families at discounted rates.
• Darlene and Jerry Skou of Awards by Kay for their generous donation of the trophies and plaques.
• The families of the basketball coaching staff for their support, patience and understanding.
Fr. Barry Christmas Classic
Dear Friends,Welcome to Jesuit High School and to the Fr. Barry Tournament, one of California’s premier high school basketball tournaments. We hope that you enjoy the competition and be assured that we are thrilled that you are with us.
Father Joseph Barry, S.J., arrived soon after the opening of Jesuit High School. His love for this school was reflected in his tireless work to develop a campus worthy of the students who found themselves here daily. His love of basketball brought him to this gymnasium which bears his name regularly. And, we have to add, he was particularly pleased when “his” Marauders gained a victory on the home court.
Father Joe loved competition, competition that was hard-fought and fair. But wins or losses dimmed in importance when compared to the lessons learned when talented and well-coached young people pitted themselves against equally talented opponents. Father Joe most of all believed that sports taught important lessons which carried into every part of life.
We embrace Fr. Joe’s spirit in this tournament that bears his name. We encourage all of our competitors to play hard and well, and encourage our spectators and our visitors to cheer for all and to enjoy your time with us at Jesuit High School. Finally, allow us to offer a special thanks to the Jesuit High School athletic department staff and our many volunteers, particularly Dick Hamilton, Vince Madden and Steve Fahey, who have worked tirelessly to make the 2014 Fr. Barry Tournament possible. We very much appreciate your efforts on behalf of our programs.
As we look forward to the celebration of Christmas, we pray that all of you may discover its true meaning, most especially in the family and friends who share your days and your dreams for a bright future.
Fr. David J. Suwalsky, S.J.President
Jesuit High School would like to thank the members of the Society of Jesus for their ongoing support. Jesuits who serve Jesuit High School, St. Ignatius Parish, Cristo Rey High School and other ministries in the Diocese of Sacramento include:
Rev. Phil Ganir, S.J.Rev. Jerry Hayes, S.J.
Rev. C. Hightower, S.J.Rev. David F. Klein, S.J.
Rev. Tim Meier, S.J.Rev. Michael Moynahan, S.J.
Rev. Charles R. Olsen, S.J.Rev. Thomas G. Piquado, S.J.Rev. Mathew Pyrch, S.J. Rev. Gerald Robinson, S.J. Rev. David J. Suwalsky, S.J. Rev. Arthur J. Wehr, S.J.
Fr. Barry Christmas Classic Fans,Welcome to the 41st Annual Father Barry Christmas Classic.
This year’s event is filled with talented basketball teams from throughout California. St. Mary’s of Stockton, Damien, Archbishop Mitty and Cathedral Catholic (formerly University High School, San Diego) are all past participants in the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic. We welcome St. Francis-Mountain View, Xavier of Palm Desert and Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks as first time participants.
Over the years, the Fr. Barry Classic has hosted many fine teams and student-athletes in the homes of gracious parents from our school community. I would like to thank those people for their generosity and time - without their support this tournament would not be possible. Our tournament director, Dick Hamilton, has been tireless in his efforts to make this tournament one of the finest in California. I am especially grateful, as this allows me to actually be able to watch the outstanding basketball exhibited by the student-athletes participating in our Christmas Classic. Dick has also put together a crew of people, including assistant tournament director Vince Madden, who donate many hours of their time to this event, and I would like to thank them on behalf of Jesuit and our basketball program for their commitment to the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic. I would also like to acknowledge Steve Fahey, Mala Paul (and the rest of the Jesuit High School Communications Department), who have devoted many hours producing the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic program.
One feature of the tournament that has received many compliments over the years is the dinner that we provide to the players, coaches, and officials each night. This could not be done without the work of the Booster Club, especially Pam and Jeff Lorek. In addition, I’d like to thank Tim Fleming (announcer), Mark Hilder and Dave Alameida (scoreboard operators) for their service on all twelve games of the tourney. Finally, I would like to thank Robin Cummings, Administrative Assistant Athletic Director, for her countless hours “behind the scenes” including coordinating the housing for our guests. The Athletic Department, basketball program, and tournament staff extend their gratitude to these volunteers.
Finally, I would like to thank our school President, Fr. David Suwalsky, S.J., and our Principal, Mrs. Lorraine Paul, for their generosity in allowing our basketball program to host this event. I hope you enjoy the time you spend with us at the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic and I wish you and your families a wonderful and peaceful Christmas season.
Chris FaheyDirector of Athletics
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B o o s t e r s
1974First MoreauSecond JesuitThird Marin CatholicCons. Christian Brothers
1975First St. FrancisSecond MoreauThird JesuitCons. Nevada Union
1976First St. Mary’s - StocktonSecond JesuitThird MoreauCons. Marin Catholic
1977First JesuitSecond St. Mary’s - StocktonThird Bishop O’DowdCons. Loyola
1978First LoyolaSecond Sacred HeartThird St. Mary’s - StocktonCons. Bellarmine
1979First St. IgnatiusSecond Sacred HeartThird BellarmineCons. Loyola
1980First St. Mary’s - StocktonSecond JesuitThird Sacred HeartCons. Loyola
1981First BrophySecond Sacred HeartThird St. Mary’s - StocktonCons. Bellarmine
1982First Sacred HeartSecond St. IgnatiusThird BellarmineCons. St. Mary’s - Stockton
1983First Bishop O’DowdSecond St. Mary’s - StocktonThird St. IgnatiusCons. Sacred Heart
1984First St. IgnatiusSecond Sacred HeartThird St. Mary’s - StocktonCons. Bishop O’Dowd
1985First St. IgnatiusSecond JesuitThird Sacred HeartCons. Christian Bros
1986First St. Mary’s - StocktonSecond JesuitThird St. IgnatiusCons. Bellarmine
1987First St. Mary’s - StocktonSecond BellarmineThird Sacred HeartCons. Garces Memorial
1988First St. Mary’s - StocktonSecond St. IgnatiusThird BellarmineCons. Sacred Heart
1989First BellarmineSecond JesuitThird Christian BrosCons. St. Mary’s - Stockton
1990First JesuitSecond Christian BrothersThird St. Mary’s - StocktonCons. St. Ignatius
1991First JesuitSecond Verbum DeiThird Sacred HeartCons. St. Ignatius
1992First JesuitSecond LoyolaThird Verbum DeiCons. St. Mary’s - Stockton
1993First JesuitSecond Sacred HeartThird Garces MemorialCons. Verbum Dei
1994First Bishop O’DowdSecond JesuitThird Verbum DeiCons. Sacred Heart
Tournament Winners 1974-1997
1995First Univ. San DiegoSecond JesuitThird Bishop O’DowdCons. Sacred Heart
1996First JesuitSecond Verbum DeiThird Sacred HeartCons. De La Salle
1997First Univ. San DiegoSecond Bishop O’DowdThird JesuitCons. St. Ignatius
1998First St. IgnatiusSecond Univ. San DiegoThird JesuitCons. Brophy
1999First JesuitSecond BrophyThird St. IgnatiusCons. Univ. San Diego
2000First JesuitSecond Christian BrothersThird St. Mary’s - StocktonCons. Archbiship Mitty
2001First CentennialSecond JesuitThird Christian BrothersCons. Edison
2002First Bishop GormanSecond JesuitThird Modesto ChristianCons. St. Mary’s - Stockton
2003First Bishop O’DowdSecond JesuitThird Bishop GormanCons. St. Ignatius
2004First St. Mary’s - BerkeleySecond JesuitThird Bellarmine SJCons. St. Mary’s - Stockton
2005First St Mary’s - StocktonSecond JesuitThird St. Mary’s - BerkeleyCons. Christian Brothers
2006First JesuitSecond St Mary’s - BerkeleyThird St Mary’s - StocktonCons. St.. Ignatius
2007First BellarmineSecond Bishop O’DowdThird JesuitCons. Verbum Dei
2008First Strake JesuitSecond JesuitThird Bishop O’DowdCons. Clovis East
2009First LoyolaSecond JesuitThird Bishop O’DowdCons. Regis Jesuit
2010First JesuitSecond Archbishop MittyThird Bishop O’DowdCons. St. Joseph - Notre Dame
2011First JesuitSecond Strake JesuitThird SheldonCons. Eisenhower 2012First Modesto ChristianSecond CampolindoThird St. Joseph - Notre DameCons. St. Patrick/St. Vincent
2013First JesuitSecond St. Mary’s - StocktonThird St. IgnatiusCons. St. Joseph - Notre Dame
Tournament Winners 1998-2013
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1974Perry Ahern MarinGary Johnson MarinVince Brooks JesuitTony Erpelding JesuitRod Zanze Christian BrosMike Wetklow Christian BrosDave Jenkins St. Mary’s-S Kenny Simpson St. Mary’s-SRussell Murrey MoreauFred Slaats MoreauRick Isaacson, MVP Moreau
1975Tim McGinty B O’DowdGuy Williams B O’DowdMike Ward B O’DowdSteve Johnson Sac. HeartMark Ghilarducci JesuitBill Bredy JesuitGarth Davey MoreauMike MacKenzie MoreauCoy Miller Nev. UnionLes Walker St. FrancisBob Telles, MVP Moreau
1976Mark Ghilarducci JesuitSteve Green St. Mary’s-SGlen Michelmore JesuitJoe Schwall JesuitMitch Silvani St. Mary’s-SJim Goudreau MoreauBob Teller MoreauGuy Williams B O’DowdDave Heppel Christian BrosPaul Walker St. FrancisRick Paulsen, MVP St. Mary’s-S
1977Tim Ridge JesuitChris Moritz JesuitDave Heppel Christian BrosCecil Morris LoyolaPaul Boken LoyolaRod Beal B O’DowdSteve Green St. Mary’s-SKevin Simmons St. Mary’s-SLaurence Held St. Mary’s-SMatt Gallegos Sac. HeartGuy Williams, MVP B O’Dowd
1978Chris Stromberg MarinMark Hedde JesuitGus Galindo Sac. HeartTony Welch Sac. HeartOtis Ward Sac. HeartLaurence Held St. Mary’s-SKevin Simmons St. Mary’s-SRene LaVigne LoyolaRobert Chavez LoyolaCecil Morris, MVP Loyola
1979Dave Sheffield LoyolaTom Arndorfer JesuitPaul McGoldrick St. IgnatiusOtis Ward Sac. HeartDave Cooke Christian BrosRoger MacDonell BellarmineTony Neal BellarmineRay Thames St. Mary’s-SSteve Kalpakoff Sac. HeartFernando Iniguez MarinSteve Scolini, MVP St. Ignatius
1980John Saitz St. Patrick’sSteve Guevara BellarmineEarl Hoberlein BellarmineBob Schwaring BrophyMark Alarie BrophyDave Cooke Christian BrosSteve Kalpakoff Sac. HeartKen Green St. Mary’s-SAntwine Murchison St. Mary’s-SSteve Chelini JesuitTom Arndorfer, MVP Jesuit
1981Michael Daly LoyolaMatt Krant BellarmineTim Steward BellarmineMarty Hedde JesuitKen Green St. Mary’s-SBrian Rishwain St. Mary’s-SDarrel Hamilton Sac. HeartRich Zacker BrophyMarty Arenas Sac. HeartBill Van Dyke BrophyMark Alarie, MVP Brophy
1982Rich Whittlet LoyolaMark Gabrielle JesuitWilliam Sanders St. Mary’s-SJack Vernon St. Mary’s-SPat Martin BrophyGuy Hatfield BellarmineSal Flores BellarmineJohn Turner St. IgnatiusMarty Arenas Sac. HeartKirk Smith St. IgnatiusEric White, MVP Sac. Heart
1983Rhodney Moore St. Mary’s-SDoug Rishwain St. Mary’s-SBarry Bloom Sac. HeartMike Roche B O’DowdMarc Levaggi B O’DowdCraig Wallace B O’DowdRonnel Sotelo LoyolaDavid Wilson St. IgnatiusVincent Oyharcabal St. IgnatiusTim Marchi JesuitLevy Middlebrooks, MVP St. Ignatius
1984Mark McCathrion B O’DowdMark Weber EastsideJay Haro JesuitDave Campbell JesuitDoug Rishwain St. Mary’s-SJulian Garcia St. Mary’s-SJesse Yamzon Sac. HeartRicky Smith Sac. HeartGreg Wall St. IgnatiusGalen Sorrells St. IgnatiusGus Gomozias, MVP St. Ignatius
1985Robert Saitz St. PatrickChristian Kim St. Mary’s-SJohn Stetzer Christian BrosJohn Sayers BellarmineChris Walker Sac. HeartRicky Smith Sac. HeartMike Anderson JesuitWill Baer JesuitGreg Wall St. IgnatiusAndrew Birgham St. IgnatiusMartin Dioli, MVP St. Ignatius
All Tournament Players M.V.P. Awards
1986Chris Walker Sac. HeartJohn Sayers BellarmineMike Fiohr BellarmineAvery Dority Christian BrosPeter Walsh St. IgnatiusMatt Cannon St. IgnatiusBrian Bowyer St. Mary’s-STim Mouriski St. Mary’s-SMike Scholl JesuitSteve Weninger JesuitMark Becker, MVP St. Mary’s-S
1987Chris Krocheski JesuitJason Webster GarcesDamon Pierson St. IgnatiusMike King St. IgnatiusVince Manfreda Sac. HeartJohn Brown Sac. HeartMike Fohr BellarmineGeoff Ogden BellarmineBen Rishwain St. Mary’s-SGlenn Griffin St. Mary’s-SJohn Hammer, MVP St. Mary’s-S
1988Monty Buckley Christian BrosDale Palmer Sac. HeartAnzio Jones Sac. HeartJay Pogacar JesuitMike Atkinson BellarmineGreg Walker BellarmineOliver Harrison St. IgnatiusMike King St. IgnatiusJason Wilcox St. Mary’s-SGlenn Griffin St. Mary’s-SBen Rishwain, MVP St. Mary’s-S
1989Thaddeus Lewis St. Patrick’sOliver Harrison St. IgnatiusGlenn Griffin St. Mary’s-SAnzio Jones Sac HeartMonty Buckley Christian BrosJames Johnson JesuitJon Peterson JesuitJ.J. Polk JesuitMike Atkinson BellarmineDestah Owens BellarmineTim Baxter, MVP Bellarmine
1990Andrew Hill St. Mary’s-SAnthony Brown Verbum DeiJeff Spaulding St. IgnatiusJohn Gumina Sac. HeartKevin Williams BellarmineKevin McKechnie Christian BrosCornell West Christian BrosMonty Buckley Christian BrosByron Austin JesuitJon Peterson JesuitJ.J. Polk, MVP Jesuit
1991Brian Larkin Garces MemorialJohn Duggan St. IgnatiusKevin Williams BellarmineKevin McKechnie Christian BrosPat Butherus Sac. HeartTony Brown Verbum DeiAnthony Brown Verbum DeiRobert King Verbum DeiChris Griffin JesuitIsaac Fontaine JesuitJ.J. Polk, MVP Jesuit
1992Josh Coughran BellarmineJustice Durkee St. IgnatiusDoug Griffin St. Mary’s-SKevin McKechnie Christian BrosDion Jackson Verbum DeiAndre Miller Verbum DeiToby Bailey LoyolaMarcus Kaufman LoyolaJosh King JesuitChris Griffin JesuitIsaac Fontaine, MVP Jesuit
1993Gordon Driggs Christian BrosJamal Cobbs Verbum DeiAndre Miller Verbum DeiMike Wall Garces MemorialEric D’Amato Garces MemorialJeff Sutton Sac. HeartJohn Bugatto Sac. HeartChris Hayashi JesuitGio Carmazzi JesuitChris Griffin, MVP JesuitBen Ammerman, MVP Jesuit
1994Joe Braucher Sac. HeartJustin Love Sac. HeartSean Filippini St. Mary’s-SGary Flores St. Mary’s-SHasani Acklin Verbum DeiAndre Smith Verbum DeiOmarr Collins JesuitGio Carmazzi JesuitScott Darmstadt B O’DowdDave Pendleton B O’DowdSteve Moss-Kelley, MVP B O’Dowd
1995Joe Braucher Sac. HeartAlbert Johnson, Jr. Sac. HeartJoshua Hunt St. IgnatiusAlejandro Thomas St. IgnatiusLucas Jubb B O’DowdScott Darmstardt B O’DowdMatt Clifford JesuitJay Bridges JesuitDave Abramowitz Univ. SDNathon Walton Univ. SDMatt Blakely, MVP Univ. SD
1996Alex Lando VancouverMike Lindsay St. Mary’s-SMichael Alston De La SalleBrandon Payton De La SalleAlbert Johnson, Jr. Sac. HeartLyryan Russell Sac. HeartMarlom Palmer Verbum DeiPhillip Blackman Verbum DeiDeShawn Jordan JesuitAnthony Jones JesuitRon Barrow, MVP Jesuit
1997Emon Grave Christian BrosCesar Smith Sac. HeartLuke Whitehead St. IgnatiusJonathan Howard BrophyJimmy Tricco BrophyRon Barrow JesuitMike McBrien JesuitMatt Vella B O’DowdDerek Lambeth B O’DowdDave Abramowitz Univ. SDLuke Walton, MVP Univ. SD
B O’Dowd: Bishop O’Dowd Univ. SD: University of San Diego
B Gorman: Bishop Gorman
St. Mary’s-S: Stockton
St. Mary’s-B: Berkeley Arch. Mitty: Archbishop Mitty
1998Nick Tarbat St. Mary’s-SGlenn Maley Christian BrosDerek Lambeth B O’DowdJonathan Howard BrophyMike Schwarley BrophyBrian Shaffer JesuitCedrick Barrow JesuitChris Walton Univ. SDMike Malley Univ. SDRobert Sayle St. IgnatiusLuke Whitehead, MVP St. Ignatius
1999Matt Llewellyn LoyolaMatt Traverso Christian BrosChris Walton Univ. SDNat Staggs Univ. SDMatt Conti St. IgnatiusKareem Guilbeaux St. IgnatiusRyan Tricco BrophyJonathan Howard BrophyMaurice Tyree JesuitRoy Stigall JesuitCedric Barrow, MVP Jesuit
2000Albert Soria Santa Cla.Chris Hayes Arch. MittyOmark Wilkes LoyolaMatt Llewellyn LoyolaJames Payne St. Mary’s-SNate Pratt St. Mary’s-SDavid Damron Christian BrosMatt Traverso Christian BrosJake Stanfill JesuitCeasor Dennis JesuitMaurice Tyree, MVP JesuitPhil Rasmussen, MVP Jesuit
2001Alex Minney Santa ClaraJimmy Blote St. Mary’s-SEnrico Tucker Univ. SDAdam Matthews EdisonCyrus Richardson EdisonMatt Traverso Christian BrosMel Cuckovich Christian BrosBlake Mori JesuitBrandon Carpenter JesuitGabriel Pruitt CentennialSterling Byrd, MVP Centennial
2002Enrico Tucker Univ. SDMatt Boyd Christian BrosJordan Scott JFKMatt Payne St. Mary’s-SVictor Chavez St. Mary’s-SLiam Hughes Modesto Andray Glenn Modesto Weleh Dennis JesuitBrandon Carpenter JesuitBrandon Prescott B GormanRobert Porter, MVP B Gorman
2003Philip Jones JFKJesse Lopez Low St. IgnatiusJordan Thurston St. Mary’s-BLarry Gurganious St. Mary’s-BCori Anderson B GormanKashif Watson B GormanWeleh Dennis JesuitConor Henderson JesuitChris Cobb B O’DowdSane Welsh B O’DowdJesse Byrd, MVP B O’Dowd
2004Adrian Oliver ModestoJoe Harden St. Mary’s-SAnthony Simi St. Mary’s-SDaniel Hackett St. J. BoscoJonathan Beane BellarmineJonathan Singletary BellarmineColin Hawley JesuitJared Stigall JesuitJordan Thurston St. Mary’s-BRolando Oliver St. Mary’s-BLawrence Gurganious, MVP St. Mary-B
2005David Schneider BrophyVaughan Gaines BellarmineBo Henning Christian BrosJason Rockwell St. Joseph-NDRuan Bremond St. Mary’s-BWilliam Brew St. Mary’s-BJared Stigall JesuitChris Blees JesuitMark Payne St. Mary’s-SAnthony Simi St. Mary’s-SJoe Harden, MVP St. Mary’s-S
2006Avery Bradley BellarmineNick Rivers BrophyMatt McConnel BrophyPaul Toboni St. IgnatiusVince Legarza St. IgnatiusAnthony Simi St. Mary’s-SPatrick Jemerigbe St. Mary’s-SWilliam Brew St. Mary’s-BRyan Bremond St. Mary’s-BJay Flores JesuitJames Edwards, MVP JesuitChris Blees, MVP Jesuit2007Sterling Arterberry Christian BrosNick Peterson St. Mary’s-SJoshua White Verbum DeiStephon Carter Garces MemorialChris Dixon Garces MemorialKyle Harvey JesuitMichael Ford JesuitRoosevelt Kirk B O’DowdJustin Brue B O’DowdAvery Bradley BellarmineAbdul Gaddy, MVP Bellarmine
2008Christopher Baxter Verbum DeiMark Solorio St. Mary’s-SKevin Bailey Clovis EastRobert Sandoval Clovis EastBrandon Ashley B O’DowdJustin Brue B O’DowdMackenzie McCullough JesuitJames Moore JesuitRyan Dunbar Strake JesuitJoey Brooks Strake JesuitTim Frazier, MVP Strake Jesuit
2009Rasheed Sulaimon Strake JesuitAaron Gordon Arch. MittyStephen Meade Arch. MittyBud Thomas Regis JesuitJoey Ptasinski Regis JesuitJordan Barton B O’DowdAnders Hass B O’DowdParker Uu JesuitJames Moore JesuitRyan Oliver LoyolaMiles Cartwright, MVP Loyola
All Tournament Players M.V.P. Awards
Most Points, 1 Team, 1 Game: 106 - Jesuit vs. Bellarmine (1991)Most Points, 1 Team, 3 Games: 274 - Jesuit (1991)Most Field Goals, 1 Team, 1 Game: 44 - St. Mary’s (1981), Jesuit (1991)Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Team, 1 Game: 15 - Jesuit (2008)Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Team, 3 Games: 17 - Jesuit (1991)Most Field Goal Att., 1 Game: 78 - Nevada Union vs. Christian Bros (1975)Most Field Goal Att., 3 Games: 222 - Jesuit (1991)Most Free Throws, 1 Team, 1 Game: 34 - Jesuit vs. Bishop Manogue (2011)Most Free Throws, 1 Team, 3 Games: 73 - Marin Catholic (1976)Most Free Throw Att., 1 Game: 42 - Jesuit vs. St. Bernard (1974) and Jesuit vs. Bishop Manogue (2011)Most Free Throw Att., 3 Games: 118 - Marin Catholic (1976)Most Assists, 1 Team, 1 Game: 31 - Jesuit (1991)Most Assists, 1 Team, 3 Games: 77 - Jesuit (1991)Most Steals, 1 Team, 1 Game: 22 - Bishop O’Dowd vs. Christian Bros (1984)Most Steals, 1 Team, 3 Games: 42 - Loyola (1978)Most Rebounds, 1 Team, 1 Game: 63 - Jesuit vs. St. Bernard (1974)Most Rebounds, 1 Team, 3 Games: 126 - Nevada Union (1975)Most Points, 2 Teams, 1 Game: 182 - Bellarmine 104, Garces 78 (1990) Jesuit 106, Bellarmine 76 (1991)Highest Field Goal %, 1 Game: 66% - St. Mary’s vs. Sacred Heart (1978)Highest Field Goal %, 3 Games: 55% - Sacred Heart (1978)Highest Free Throw %, 3 Games: 80% - Loyola (1977)
2010Ryan Winters Regis JesuitJacari Whitfield St. Joseph-NDParker Jackson-Cartwright LoyolaJustin Childress LoyolaAnders Haas B O’DowdRichard Longrus, Jr. B O’DowdColin Wan Arch. Mitty Aaron Gordon Arch. MittyGary Melvin JesuitAkachi Okugo JesuitParker Uu, MVP Jesuit
B O’Dowd: Bishop O’Dowd
B Gorman: Bishop Gorman
St. Mary’s-S: Stockton
St. Mary’s-B: Berkeley
Univ. SD: University of San Diego
Arch. Mitty: Archbishop Mitty
2011Leo Smith Oakland TechMarvelle Harris EisenhowerJoshua Crum B O’DowdKendall Jackson B O’DowdDeerryl Williams Sheldon Armani Hampton Sheldon John Gillon Strake Jesuit Rasheed Sulaimon Strake Jesuit Bryce Pressley JesuitAkachi Okugo JesuitParker Uu, MVP Jesuit
2012Gabriel Vincent St. Mary’s-S Jose Flores St. Patrick/St. Vincent Jeremy Hemsley DamienJared Damien DamienLamont Banks St. Joseph-NDTemidayo Yussef St. Joseph-NDAndrew Zolitakis CampolindoMatt O’Reilly CampolindoChristian Ellis Modesto Christian Tyras Rattler Modesto ChristianRaymond Bowles,MVP Modesto Christian
2013Matthew McCarty Xavier (Melbourne, Au)Brocke Stepteau Jesuit-DallasLamont Banks St. Joseph-NDTemidayo Yussuf St. Joseph-NDTrevor Dunbar St. IgnatiusTristan Wentworth St. IgnatiusGabe Vincent St. Mary’sLance Coleman II St. Mary’sNick Hilton JesuitLake Lutes JesuitIsaiah Bailey,MVP Jesuit
Most Points, 1 Game: 38 - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1981) John Gillon, Strake Jesuit (2011)
Most Points, 3 Games: 96 - Chris Krocheski, Jesuit (1987)
Most Rebounds, 1 Game: 24 - Tim Reinerston, Nevada Union (1975)
Most Rebounds, 3 Games: 53 - Tim Reinerston, Nevada Union (1975)
Most Assists, 1 Game: 12 - Bob Schwirian, Brophy (1981)
Most Assists, 3 Games: 23 - Les Walker, St. Francis (1975)
Most Steals, 1 Game: 11 - Gary Johnson, Marin Catholic (1974)
Most Steals, 3 Games: 17 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)
Most Field Goals, 1 Game: 17 - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1981)
Most Field Goals, 3 Games: 42 - Chris Krocheski, Jesuit (1987) Most Field Goal Att., 1 Game: 30 - Coy Miller, Nevada Union (1975)
Most Field Goal Att., 3 Games: 76 - Rod Zanze, Christian Brothers (1974)
Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Game: 7 - Albert Soria, Santa Clara (2000) James Moore, Jesuit (2008)
Most 3-pt Field Goals, 3 Games: 11 - Albert Soria, Santa Clara (2000)
Most 3-pt Attempts, 1 Game: 11 - Brian Shaffer, Jesuit (1998)
Most 3-pt Attempts, 3 Games: 21 - Brian Shaffer, Jesuit (1998) John Gillon, Strake Jesuit (2011)
Highest 3-pt %, 1 Game: 100% - J.J. Polk, Jesuit (1991)
Highest 3-pt %, 3 Games: 59% - J.J. Polk, Jesuit (1991) Isaac Fontaine, Jesuit (1991)
Most Free Throws, 1 Game: 12 - Paul Boken, Loyola (1977)
Most Free Throws, 3 Games: 26 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)
Most Free Throw Att., 1 Game: 16 - Joe Yetter, Marin Catholic (1976)
Most Free Throw Att., 3 Games: 35 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)
Highest Field Goal %, 3 Games: 79% - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1980)
Highest Free Throw %, 3 Games: 90% - Tom Arndorfer, Jesuit (1980)
This is the 41st year of Jesuit’s annual Christmas basketball tournament. Originally named the Christmas Classic, it was renamed the Fr. Joseph Barry Christmas Classic in 1988.
Father Joseph Barry, S.J., was born and raised in San Francisco. There he attended St. Ignatius High School and later entered the Jesuit Order in 1935. Prior to coming to Jesuit High School, Fr. Barry also taught for many years at Loyola High School in Los Angeles.
His contributions to Jesuit High School were impressive. Father Barry taught physics and mathematics to a generation of students. He ran the campus bookstore and was one of Jesuit athletics’ greatest supporters. He also took on the responsibility of Director of Grounds and is still largely responsible for the beauty of Jesuit’s campus today. It is estimated that he planted more than 500 trees and established a lush landscape notable for its flowering shrubs and roses.
Father Barry was known to be a great sports fan and basketball was a particular favorite. He volunteered to run the clock for home basketball games and some say that that helped to keep his enthusiasm in check.
Father Barry’s love for basketball led him to suggest a basketball tournament that has now become a holiday tradition. He wanted a tournament made up of Catholic schools in order to showcase their contributions to prep sports. The success of this tournament is due primarily to the efforts of Fr. Barry during its first ten years.
In addition, Jesuit High School’s gymnasium was also dedicated to Fr. Joseph Barry, S.J., on the occasion of his golden Jubilee as a Jesuit in appreciation for all that he had contributed to the school since its opening in 1963.
Fr. Joseph F. Barry, S.J., 1917 - 1987
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xavierPalm Desert, ca
Xavier College Preparatory, founded in 2006, is a Catholic, Jesuit high school in Palm Desert, CA. One of the newest Jesuit high schools in the country, Xavier is also a leader for the next era of Jesuit education: schools founded and run almost entirely by lay women and men.
From the initial class of 48, Xavier’s population has soared to almost 600 students, with incoming freshman classes reaching approximately 140-150 students per year. Xavier students come from every religious and socioeconomic background, from all nine cities in the Coachella Valley (as well as a few foreign countries), and from more than twenty feeder schools, most of which are public.
In its short history, Xavier has established an outstanding record of athletic and academic success. Its volleyball, soccer, and cross country teams have won Desert Valley League championships, and Xavier graduates now attend colleges and universities throughout the country, including USC, Georgetown, Santa Clara, Boston College, Loyola Marymount University, Stanford, Princeton, UC Berkeley, Notre Dame, Harvard, and more. A significant number of Xavier graduates are first-generation college-bound students.
In the spirit of the school’s patron, St. Francis Xavier, students direct thousands of hours into service projects and immersion trips. For example, students tutor and volunteer throughout the Coachella Valley, assist at Dolores Mission and Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, meet and work with communities at the U.S.-Mexico border and El Salvador, and have recently established a partnership with Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles.
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
Varsity Coach: Mark GrangerAsst. Coaches: Rod Torgerson, Donn Dresel, Matt PetrichTrainer: Ashley Cullen-Carroll
Colors: Black and GoldEnrollment: 583League: Desert Valley Principal: Jimmy TriccoAthletic Dir: Mark Campbell
Address: 34-200 Cook Street, Palm Desert, CAPhone: 760.601.3900Website: www.xavierprep.org
# NAME POS HT WT YR
0 G 5’10” 160 113 G 5’10” 140 115 G 5’10” 205 1210 G 5’10” 155 1211 G/P 6’2” 190 1213 G 6’2” 175 1214 G/P 5’9” 165 1122 G 6’0” 170 1123 P 6’4” 180 1125 G 5’8” 150 1133 G/P 6’2” 180 1135 G 5’11” 145 1044 P 6’4” 195 12
Ethan SontzJah StrangeMatthew SaundersZach PinagayaoSava VoyneJoseph DreisbachFisayo OmilanaDylan DelioJordan GlassmanDarrell LewisMarlon DouglasMax MiragliaBurke Meyers
Jesuit High School of Sacramento is a Roman Catholic college preparatory dedicated to forming competent young men as conscientious leaders in compassionate service to others for the greater glory of God. The school’s purpose is to lovingly serve the young men of the wider Sacramento area, from every ethnic and socio-economic background and a broad spectrum of academic achievement. All the young men who enroll in Jesuit High School are encouraged to use their spiritual gifts, intellectual talents, artistic qualities and physical abilities to be of help to those they encounter. Ultimately, the students are to be “agents for change,” “Men for Others.”
The school’s 51-acre campus straddles the dividing line between Sacramento and the suburban district known as Carmichael. It draws students from more than 140 churches and parishes, 109 local elementary and junior high schools and 92 zip codes. Twenty-five percent of the student body commutes a distance greater than 20 miles and more than 200 students receive tuition assistance and participate in a work-study program.
Jesuit MaraudersCarmichael, CA
Enrollment is currently at capacity and includes a Senior class of 271. Admission into Jesuit is selective: approximately 70 percent of the applicant pool is admitted each year. Traditionally, 98-100 percent of our graduates go immediately to college, 88-90 percent to four-year institutions and approximately 38 percent to private colleges and universities. Sixty-three percent of the Jesuit professional and certificated staff hold a Master’s Degree or higher.
An interscholastic athletic program as a co-curricular activity is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at Jesuit High School. Athletics is designed to affirm and promote Ignatian values and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit. With 248 league titles and 108 section championships, Jesuit High School is the most successful athletic program in the region. The Student Athletic Center at Jesuit is one of the most advanced high school sports facilities in Northern California. Jesuit currently fields 36 teams in 15 sports at various levels supported by more than 80 coaches.
Varsity Coach: Greg Harcos ‘89Asst. Coaches: Matt Clifford ‘92, Jon Rotz ‘97, Jay NacionalesManager: Eric McLaughlin, Liam Galane Stats: Eric McLaughlin, Liam GalaneScorekeeper: Dave ZielkeChaplain: Fr. C. Hightower, S.J.Trainer: Jaime Llopis, Brooke SwansonVideo: Erin McLaughlin, Liam Galane Colors: Scarlet and GoldEnrollment: 1,050 (boys)League: Delta League Principal: Lorraine PaulAthletic Dir: Chris Fahey
Address: 1200 Jacob Ln., Carmichael, CA 95608 Phone: 916.482.6060 Website: jesuithighschool.org
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
# NAME POS HT WT YR
1 F 6’2” 167 102 G 5’10” 140 124 G 6’1” 170 95 G 5’11” 152 910 F 6’2” 175 1211 F 6’0” 155 1112 G 6’2” 180 1113 G 5’11” 160 1114 G 6’0” 180 1115 G 6’0” 150 1121 G 6’3” 180 1122 G 6’2” 205 1224 F 6’7” 215 932 F 6’7” 215 1133 F 6’2” 175 1234 F 6’0” 155 12
Matt EhrlichAustin PlaatKobee ByrdJake VirgaGreg Romo-VaughnMario DeleonEthan PangelinanCole KellyKelly ReillyDerek CantrellArmoni RiversIsaiah BaileyDarin SimilaiMalik DuffyMike BeachleyAnthony Simon
An all-boys Archdiocesan Catholic high school, Damien’s primary mission is to teach as Jesus did. This mission, according to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, calls on faculty to integrate in their teaching the fourfold dimensions of Catholic education: message, community, worship, and service. While acknowledging the tasks of education as belonging primarily to the parents, Damien views itself as sharing the responsibility and seeks to perform its services in partnership with the parents. Damien fulfills this ministry by helping the students realize their spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and social potential. This ministry enables the individual to become a confident, self-disciplined Christian who actively participates in the life of the world.
The total school program, especially the religion curriculum, faculty witness, retreats and liturgies, promotes the spiritual growth of Damien students. Within the Catholic tradition, students develop recognition of self-worth and the dignity of others. They learn the understanding and tolerance needed in a pluralistic society. They also become aware of their obligations to individuals and to the community through the internalization of sound values. Students find opportunities to develop their unique talents and to use those talents to assist and to enrich the lives of others. The school family lives as members of a caring Christian community in an atmosphere of mutual support and trust.
DAMIEN SPARTANSla verne, CA
The faculty and staff of Damien High School provide the students with opportunities to acquire the knowledge and develop the abilities necessary to prepare for the future. The emphasis in the curriculum is college preparatory. Upon graduation, a student has acquired a broad-based knowledge of basic subject matter in required and elective courses. Beyond the subject matter, students also learn to analyze, understand and solve problems, and express their ideas in a clear and meaningful fashion.
The physical and social development of a Damien student complements his spiritual and intellectual development. The program offered at Damien has at its core interscholastic sports, physical education classes, and many of the Associated Student Body club activities. The faculty encourages the students to be involved in these programs that are an important and rewarding aspect of school life. Through these programs, students have opportunities to improve their physical fitness and motor skills. They also have opportunities to develop leadership, self-discipline and a sense of good sportsmanship.
Students learn tolerance and self-acceptance. They also learn to act responsibly and cooperatively. In all of its endeavors, Damien tries to meet the rightful expectations of students, parents, church, and society.
Varsity Coach: Matt DunnAsst. Coaches: Scott Woodland, Jeff Pucci, Greg Eckler, Daniel ThreadgiManager: Christian MergilStats: Chuck BallingallChaplain: Fr. John RocheTrainer: Alyssa Wheeler Colors: Green and GoldEnrollment: 955League: Baseline Principal: Dr. Merritt HemenwayAthletic Dir: Jeff Grant Address: 2280 Damien Ave., La Verne, CA 91750Phone: 909.596.1946Website: www.damien-hs.edu
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
# NAME POS HT WT YR
1 G 5’10” 150 113 F 6’4” 185 125 G 6’0” 155 1210 G 5’9” 155 1211 F 6’3” 190 1212 G 6’1” 165 11 21 G 6’1” 165 11 22 G 6’1” 160 9 23 G 6’4” 185 11 24 W 6’5” 210 12 25 G 6’3” 175 12 32 W 6’3” 190 12 33 F 6’8” 175 11 34 F 6’6” 260 11 35 F 6’3” 165 11 42 G 6’3” 180 12 43 W 6’4” 175 10 44 F 6’5” 210 12
Carl RowansThaddeus SmithAndy ToricesRob BarteltJohn PrataGerald DizonJared WashingtonElijah McCulloughBryce PetersMalik FittsMicah RobinsonIsaiah McCulloughKaleb WilbornLiam RyanSam WaldshmittJeremy HemsleyJustin HemsleyBrandon Lagos
cathedral catholic donsSan Diego, CA
Cathedral Catholic High School is a leader in Catholic, college preparatory education. Our rigorous, innovative education program is offered in a nurturing community based on teachings of Jesus Christ and traditions of the Catholic Church.
Our CCHS core values — faith, knowledge, character, and responsibility — developed from our University of San Diego High School heritage, guide our graduates’ growth to become responsible leaders.
Our program is student centered, recognizing that each person is made in the image and likeness of God and shaped by differences in interest, ability, and background. We are a collaborative community, dedicated to lifelong learning and teaching
students to assume responsibility for their own educational and spiritual growth. In partnership with parents, we form an educational ministry that is mutually supportive and committed to excellence.CCHS also provides the character information necessary for students to become responsible global citizenship.
CCHS was founded in 2005 (formally University of San Diego High School, founded in 1957) and enrolls approximately 1700 students from the greater San Diego County and Tijuana, Mexico, in grades 9-12. CCHS is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA). CCHS holds membership with the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and College Board.
Varsity Coach: Will CunninghamAsst. Coach: Matt Roy
Scorekeeper: Donna JohnsonStats: David Johnson Chaplain: Fr. Brian Kelly, PhD.Trainer: Tara Hall Colors: Red and GoldEnrollment: 1700 (approx)League: Western League, San Diego Section Principal: Michael DeelyAthletic Dir: David Smola Address: 5555 Del Mar Heights Rd., San Diego, CA 92130 Phone: 858.523.4097Website: www.cathedralcatholic.org
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
# NAME POS HT WT YR
2 PG 6’0” 170 113 G 5’11” 165 114 G 6’5” 170 1010 G/F 6’5” 170 1111 G 5’10” 140 1112 G 6’1” 165 1115 G 6’2” 180 1122 PF 6’6” 220 1132 F 6’3” 170 1133 F 6’4” 160 1234 F 6’5” 190 1144 G 6’2” 155 1045 C 6’8” 190 11
Cameron MooreKyle KappesDallas CunninghamAustin BeechDavis GabrielDominic MaddenJack VecchioReid JohnsonMichael MarshallJacoby RichmondMatthew ElliottZachary GreenPeter Xue
archbishop mitty san jose, CA
Archbishop Mitty High School is the Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school of the Diocese of San Jose. As such, the school seeks to concentrate on the intellectual development of young adults through the synthesis of faith and reason, the formation of Catholic values, and the preparation for life in a global society. This education occurs in a uniquely Catholic environment that is dependent upon working in partnership with parents. The administration, faculty, staff, and Board of Regents of Archbishop Mitty High School are committed to the development of young adults who are intellectually competent, faith-filled, just, and respectful leaders.
The education of the whole person is critical to the development of young adults, and Archbishop Mitty embraces this through a rigorous academic curriculum that seeks to gradually develop “students’ intellectual, physical, psychological, moral, and religious capacities”. This instruction occurs across the curriculum, and teachers consistently seek to revise and enhance their courses to reflect this desire to educate students to be good citizens of the world. Students are challenged to think critically and analytically, seeking truth in the abundance of information and assumptions that dominate 21st century society. At the same time, conscious effort is given to assist students to become young adults who understand the moral complexity of the world that surrounds them and to understand how this recognition of truth can lead to positive action beyond Archbishop Mitty.
The co-curricular program at Archbishop Mitty provides a wealth of opportunities for students to further develop themselves, with the emphasis on empowering and challenging young people to be successful in whatever arena they choose. This development of the intellect and the whole person is a unique aspect of Catholic education, which is “about forming the human person, equipping him or her to live life to the fullest – in short, it is about imparting wisdom” (Pope Benedict).
As a Catholic institution, we seek to embrace “the synthesis between culture and faith” and “to interweave reason and faith” to develop “a Christian view of the world, of life, of culture and history.” Recognizing that there is no separation between learning and formation, we seek to teach academic subjects as well as empathy and compassion for others, and an understanding of Gospel values. By emphasizing Catholic values and a Christian view of the world, students are encouraged to put this knowledge into action and to recognize that “faith needs to be the driving force behind every activity in the school…[that] young people may discover the joy of entering into Christ’s ‘being for others” (Pope Benedict). Additionally, because Archbishop Mitty is a community that includes individuals of other faith traditions, students come to understand faith in a world context, which allows students to draw parallels as well as understand that faith is an aspect of the education of the whole person.
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
Varsity Coach: Tim KennedyAsst. Coaches: Pete Dumesnil, Pat Kennedy, Chris Caballero Stats: Chandler Stanley and Alex Ventura Chaplain: Fr. James OkaforfTrainer: Scott Zimmerman
Colors: Black and GoldEnrollment: 1,725League: West Catholic Athletic League Principal: Tim BrosnanAthletic Dir: Josh Walker
Address: 5000 Mitty Ave., San Jose, CA 95129Phone: 408.252.6610Website: www.mitty.com
# NAME POS HT WT YR
00 G 6’1” 175 122 G 5’10” 155 123 G 6’0” 155 115 G 6’0” 170 1110 G 5’9” 150 1111 F 6’3” 200 912 G 6’1” 175 1120 G 6’2” 190 1221 F 6’4” 220 1222 G 6’2” 175 1025 F 6’5” 205 1033 F 6’7” 215 1034 F 6’8” 245 1144 F 6’5” 200 11
Cameron KorbOwen BrownElijah WedlowSam SerraMitchell NewmanRiley GrigsbyMichael ScottDakari MonroeTommy BaumelKyle PetersonMike DiazSebastian MuchBen KoneNick LaBruna
Notre DameSherman oaks, CA
Notre Dame High School, a Catholic college preparatory school in the Holy Cross tradition, educates hearts and minds of students who are diverse in talent, ethnicity, and society. As a faith community, Notre Dame strives to provide each student with a rich academic background, an appropriate sense of self, an opportunity for growth, a commitment to family, community, nation and world, and a respect for the spiritual dignity of all persons.
The current enrollment is at capacity at 1250 and includes a senior class of 310 students. Notre Dame offers a college preparatory curriculum with honors and advanced placement course in Art, English, Foreign Languages (Spanish, Latin, French and Japanese), Mathematics, Science, Computer Science and Social Studies. An extensive elective program offers students courses in Robotics, Acting, Music, Art, Dance, Journalism, Speech, Debate, Mock Trial, Sports Medicine, Film, American History, Psychology of Prejudice, Law and Society, Sociology, and Television Production. There are 94 faculty members and administrators, with 81 holding Master’s degrees and 3 with doctoral degrees.
With state of the art facilities, including library, fully functioning television station/studio (NDTV), recently built Hampton Science building, state-of-the-art baseball stadium, and aquatic center, Notre Dame inspires the highest level of academic, artistic, spiritual and athletic commitment in its students.
The rigorous college preparatory at Notre Dame prepares students for college, with 98% of its graduates attending colleges and 89% attending four year institutions. Notre Dame High School is accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Since our founding, Notre Dame has been granted the maximum accreditation. Notre Dame has been named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education.
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
Varsity Coach: Vince OliverAsst. Coaches: Anthony Cosby, Mario Marquez, Louie HuertaManager: Renee Rodriguez
Scorekeeper: Andrew MartinezTrainer: Cindy Kramer Colors: Navy and GoldEnrollment: 1,255League: Mission Principal Stevie ConnellyAthletic Dir: Kevin Rooney
Address: 13645 Riverside Drive, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423Phone: 818.933.3600Website: www.ndhs.org
# NAME POS HT WT YR
1 Chibueze Nwude-Jacobs W, F 6’ 5” 180 112 Elijah Herman PG 5’ 5” 140 103 Owen Jake Manning G 5’ 11” 150 124 Jeffrey Palmer G, W 6’ 0” 165 125 Chance Goring W, F 6’ 4” 185 1010 Gabriel Rishwain G 5’ 10” 155 1214 Ben Buckley G, F 6’ 2” 165 1215 Stephen Fistrovic W 6’ 1” 180 1221 Jonathan Stretesky W 6’ 3” 160 1122 Dylan Pastoral G 5’ 10” 150 1125 Tristian Dohs G 5’ 9” 150 1231 Joseph Hace W, F 6’ 5” 160 1132 Christopher Kelly F 6’ 2” 165 1133 Samuel Holtze PG 5’ 8” 145 1034 Aaron Haigler C 6’ 8” 235 12
St. Mary’s High School is a Catholic college preparatory school providing academic excellence for 139 years. St. Mary’s is one of the oldest institutions in San Joaquin County and dedicated to the value-based instruction and challenging academic environment that prepare each student for college. St. Mary’s has a 100 percent graduation rate and 99 percent of our graduates continue onto higher education. The graduating Class of 2014 was offered $14,591,327 in college scholarships. St. Mary’s draws approximately 925 students from 138 elementary schools, some traveling more than 30 miles to attend. The campus is located in the heart of Stockton and occupies 25 acres. St. Mary’s provides quality education to students of all faiths through affordable tuition and scholarship assistance.
St. Mary’s strives to develop the total person – intellectually, creatively, socially, physically and spiritually. Each student has the opportunity to excel through 20 Honors/AP courses, 16 different athletic programs, more than 30 student-organized clubs, and an award-winning fine arts program. There is something for everyone at St. Mary’s High School. Campus Tours are offered weekly through the Admissions Office. Come visit St. Mary’s and learn what it’s all about! Located at 5648 N. El Dorado Street, Stockton (209) 957-3340
St. Mary's Rams Stockton, CA
Be Who You Are and Be That Well-St. Francis de Sales
Varsity Coach: Ken Green Asst. Coaches: Steve Keeter, Matt Valverde, Gary Mancebo Manager: Ellon Madill
Scorekeeper: Jill Mancebo Stats: Coleman WallaceChaplain: Fr. Fallon Colors: Green and WhiteEnrollment: 920 League: Tri-City Athletic Association Principal: Kathy SmithAthletic Dir: James Brusa Address: 5648 N El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95207Phone: 209.957.3340 Website: saintmaryshighschool.org
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
# NAME POS HT WT YR
10 G 5’8” 140 1111 G 5’10” 150 1212 G 5’11” 150 1113 F 6’4” 200 1214 F 6’2” 160 1115 G 5’9” 140 1120 F 6’3” 160 1121 G 5’9” 150 1122 G 5’10” 150 1123 G 6’6” 200 1224 G 6’0” 175 1231 F 6’4” 200 1132 G 6’0” 160 1233 G 5’11” 160 12
Aaron MasudaDevin WilliamsGrant PaulsenAlex SmithConnor TatumEvan MadillMatt PudwellGeorge WilliamsRyan YarborughLance Coleman IINathan MagsayoSam GoudreauJacob ArutaMax Paulsen
Saint francismountain view, ca
In the tradition of the Catholic Church and the spirit of Holy Cross, Saint Francis High School is committed to providing the finest college-preparatory program in an inclusive family environment, encouraging students to achieve their highest potential through:
• Spiritual development, which expresses their Christian values in the convictions of their heart and the actions of their hands;
• Intellectual development, which translates their knowledge and skills into independent and creative thinking;
• Social development, which transforms their activities and experiences into leadership in and service to the community.
Our students become Holy Cross men and women who are uniquely prepared for college, service and leadership. Holy Cross men and women are people of integrity who discover their God-given talents, respect the dignity of every person, celebrate family and bring hope to others.
Saint Francis High School helps students develop into knowledgeable and involved Catholics and Christians who will be active members of their local Church. Gospel values are reflected in all aspects of the school, and students find an awareness of the person and message of Christ in prayer, liturgy and service to others. Saint Francis High School promotes and builds Christian morality in relationships among members of the school community and within society as a whole, promoting a spirit of family.
The school is committed to building a just society within the world community in which service to others is practiced by all.
Saint Francis High School challenges each student to reach his or her full academic potential. Recognizing the importance of developing skills in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, technology, and creative expression, the school offers a variety of experiences in the liberal arts, the sciences and the fine and performing arts. The school fosters critical and creative thinking, and assists students in developing an ability to work with others in a climate of collaboration and cooperation. Students are taught communication, problem solving and decision making skills, enabling each to become a life-long learner with the capability to be successful in a rapidly changing world.
Saint Francis High School promotes active participation in our democratic society and an appreciation of the various cultures of our world. Saint Francis High School develops students who will become responsible members of the world community and will carry forth the Holy Cross value of service to God and community.
Varsity Coach: Michael MotilAsst. Coaches: Cornell Carter, James DuncanManager: Alan Chien
Stats: Sophia White Chaplain: Fr. Tony MancusoOther: Chris Volta, Assistant AD
Colors: Brown and WhiteEnrollement: 1,751League: WCAL
Principal: Patricia TennantAthletic Dir: Michael Pilawski
Address: 1885 Miramonte Ave, Mountain View, CA 94040Phone: 650.968.1213Website: www.sfhs.com
2014-2015 Varsity Roster
# NAME POS HT WT YR
2 G 6’0” 123 G 6’1” 114 G 6’2” 115 G 6’0” 1210 F 6’4” 1212 G 6’0” 1213 G 6’3” 1114 G 6’1” 1215 G 5’10” 1223 F 6’4” 1124 C 6’9” 1130 F 6’5” 1133 C 6’4” 11
Brycen CarbonelDarius ThomasCurtis WittRiley QuinnJoe MihanovicPatrick O'HarenGabe AdzichGreg AllenMatt TripaldiNoah StapesPeter HewittGiuseppe BenedettiAdam Poltrack
Susan A. Marshall
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A SUPERIOR REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE
Tyler Marshall ’14Football/Rugby Go Marauders!
Walter and Agnes Anderson (Licensed Pharmacists)
Harold(Licensed Pharmacist) and Mary Anderson
Two Sacramento Locations
Florin Square2374 Florin Road
John H. Anderson ‘76 (Licensed Pharmacist)Stephen V. Anderson ’82 (Licensed Pharmacist)