Spring Sports

Spring Sports Tryout Information

All interested athletes, spring sports tryouts begin Monday, January 30th for softball and Baseball.  All other spring sports begin on Monday, February 6th.  You must create an account at homecampus.com to complete your online athletic packet.  Students also need to have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on their term 2 final grades to tryout.  You must be cleared by athletic director in-order to tryout.



Coaches Contact Information

Baseball – Coach Andersen – mwanders@egusd.net

Softball – Coach Coronado – adcoronad@egusd.net

Boys Volleyball – Coach Claudy – k2claudy@frontiernet.net

Boys Tennis – Coach Ford – awford@egusd.net

Boys Golf – Coach Diloreto – pdiloret@egusd.net

Boys/Girls Track and Field – Coach De Castro – cdecastr@egusd.net

Boys/Girls Swimming – Coach Hong – coachhillary@egacgators.com

Fall Sports Awards 2022


CROSS COUNTRY –SJS QUALIFIERS:  Ethan Corpuz; Men’s MVP: Ethan Corpuz; MOST IMPROVED:  Nathan Lee; ROOKIE AWARD:  Ethan Lee; Women’s MVP: Denise Hernandez; TEAM CAPTAIN: Hoang Nguyen; MOST IMPROVED:  Simreet Josan; MUSTANG SPIRIT AWARD:  Dianna Hernandez; Metro Sportsmanship: Alex Gaab & Tiana Tran

VARSITY FOOTBALL– SJS DIVISION 1 2nd Round; METRO CHAMPIONS;  1st Team Sac Bee All-Metro: Hasaan Miller, Marcell Wilson, Fata Puloka, Marcus Perkins; METRO MVP: Fata Puloka; METRO DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marcus Perkins;  METRO LINEMEN OF THE YEAR: Marcell Wilson; METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Ali Collier, Hasaan Miller, Davon Donaldson, Mahonri Talakai, Jervin Navarro, Carmelo Ewing, Daelin Ellis, Vontrelle Walker, Vince Arcuri, Denzell Butler, Siaosi Hafoka, Jared Talakai, Derrick Brown, Sam Lopez; MVP: Fata Puloka; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Jervin Navarro & Daelin Ellis; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Marcus Perkins & Davon Donaldson; MOST IMPROVED: Derrick Brown; LINEMAN O.Y.: Marcell Wilson; SPECIAL TEAMS P.O.Y: Denzell Butler; MACRES MEMORIAL AWARD: Carmelo Ewing & Vince Arcuri; ENERGIZER AWARD: Hasaan Miller; WEIGHTROOM AWARD: Davon Donaldson; SCOUT TEAM P.O.Y.: Juan Portillo; Metro Sportsmanship: Arjan Banwait; OPTIMIST ALL-STAR GAME: Ali Collier, Hasaan Miller, Jervin Navarro, Marcus Perkins, Fata Puloka, Davon Donaldson

VASITY WOMEN’S GOLF – SJS QUALIFIERS: Hannah Smith; MVP:  Hannah Smith; MOST IMPROVED: My Do; Metro Sportsmanship: Hannah Smith

VASITY WOMEN’S TENNIS – MVP: Edda Lam; MOST IMPROVED:  Ying Ying Xu; MUSTANG AWARD: Tiffany Cheong; Metro Sportsmanship: Linda Duong; MTHS Highest Fall GPA = 4.09

VARSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL – 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Callie Neufeld; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.:  Ke’Aira Mckinnie; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Callie Neufeld; HUSTLE AWARD:  Kylah Boyd; Metro Sportsmanship: Kylah Boyd

VARSITY MEN’S WATER POLO – METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Jaden Song; MVP:  Kyan Song; MOST IMPROVED: Justice Russell; MUSTANG AWARD:  Alan Luong; Metro Sportsmanship:  Jaden Song

VARSITY WOMEN’S WATER POLO – SJS DIVISION 2 PLAYOFFS; ALL-SJS Division 1:  Niya Bumbaca; METRO CO-MVP:  Niya Bumbaca; METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE:  Dakota Bumbaca & Maya Ewing; MVP: Niya Bumbaca &Dakota Bumbaca; MUSTANG AWARD:  Eva Bao; Metro Sportsmanship:  Diya Johl     



                                                                                    # of Athletes       G.P.A.

VARSITY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY                                                 11                    3.73

VARSITY WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY                                             5                    3.45

VARSITY FOOTBALL                                                                        39                    2.94

JV FOOTBALL                                                                                    36                   3.04                                                                          

VARSITY WOMEN’S GOLF                                                                 7                    3.93

VARSITY WOMEN’S TENNIS                                                          18                    4.09

VARSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                                                11                    3.79

JV WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                                                            14                    3.46

FROSH WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                                                     10                    3.38

VARSITY MEN’S WATER POLO                                                          9                    3.61

VARSITY WOMEN’S WATER POLO                                                 11                    4.03

VARSITY CHEERLEADING                                                              21                    3.68* 

JV CHEERLEADING                                                                          20                    3.45* 

TOTAL                                                                                                   212                      3.45


Varick Lewis nominated for McDonald’s All-American

Congratulations Varick Lewis on being nominated for McDonald’s All-American

2023 McDAAG – Nominee Announcement National Press Release (3)

Varick Lewis already has had some explosive high-scoring games early this season for Monterey Trail (Elk Grove). Photo: Gem Productions / YouTube.com.
Cal-Hi Sports Northern California
Boys Basketball Player of the Week

Varick Lewis (Monterey Trail, Elk Grove) Sr.

For our Northern California Boys Basketball Player of the Week honor, we head to the metro Sacramento area and a little less than 15-miles southeast of the state capitol to Elk Grove and Monterey Trail to find the award winner.

The Mustangs got off to a rough start after losing their first two games, but Lewis still had 22 and 20 points in the two losses to two very solid teams, Oakland and Livermore Granada, and in the Oakland game we observed him along with Cal-Hi Sports Managing Editor Ronnie Flores at the NorCal Tip Off Classic, and although his team lost and he did not win the Player of the Game award, most of the analysts and scouts agree the 6-foot-3 Long Beach State-commit was the best player on the floor.

Since then, Varick has helped turn things around quickly for Monterey Trail and with him taking charge the team won all three games last week to improve to 3-2 on the season heading into a trip next week to play in a tournament in Virginia.

Lewis started last week with 29 points (four three-pointers), five rebounds, five assists and six steals in a 92-51 victory over Valley of Sacramento in the opening round of the Monterey Trail hosted Marc Macres Tourney. He followed that up with 33 points (two three-pointers) seven assists and seven steals in a 90-66 semifinal victory over Vacaville. Varick was even quicker in the title game and going up the ladder he finished with 37 points (five three-pointers) three rebounds, seven assists and three steals, meaning he had a hand in 51 points of a 75-60 championship game victory over Woodcreek of Roseville.

So far this season, Lewis is averaging 28.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 3.4 steals per game.

Lewis was outstanding as a freshman for the Mustangs when he averaged 21.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.0 steals per game, but for the 2020-2021 season that was pretty much wiped out by COVID, he went down to Castaic to play at Southern California Academy. Lewis returned home to Elk Grove for his junior season and has picked up right where he left off last year when he averaged 23.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.4 steals per game.

Harold Abend is the associate editor of CalHiSports.com and the vice president of the California Prep Sportswriters Association. He can be reached at marketingharoldabend@gmail.com

15th Annual Mark Macres Basketball Tournament

Thursday Dec 8 through Saturday Dec 10 we will be hosting our 15th Annual Mark Macres Tournament.  Mark Macres served the Elk Grove Unified School District for 17 years, first, as a teacher and vice-principal at Florin High School and then as a founding vice-principal of Monterey Trail High School.  The tournament, named to honor his memory, represents the gratitude of the Monterey Trail community for Mark’s dedication and the large part he played in making Monterey Trail High School the outstanding school it has become.

Monterey Trail opening game is Thursday Dec 8 at 8pm vs Valley

Macres Bracket 2022_15th Annual

Tiana Johnson – class of 22 – Offensive Player of the year

Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Tiana Johnson was named Offensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, and First-Team All-Conference


Winter Sports Practices

Winter Sports

W. Basketball – Coach Whitsett – dwhit900@yahoo.com

Tryouts: Main/Aux Gyms

Date: Nov 7 – Nov 10

Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

M. Basketball – Coach Fields – coachrfields@gmail.com

Practice: Mon. Nov. 7 – Nov 10

Freshman Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

JV Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Varsity Time: 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

M. Soccer – Coach Sandhu – nurajan25@gmail.com

Location: Stadium Turf

Practice: Nov. 7 – Nov 10

Varsity: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

JV Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

W. Soccer – Coach Groves – dgroves1@frontiernet.net

Locations: Back Grass

Practice: Nov. 7 – Nov 10

JV: 3:45 PM – 5:15 PM

Wrestling – Coach Walker – fevwalker@yahoo.com

Tryouts:  Multipurpose Room

Date: Mon. Nov 7 – Nov 10

Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM