SJS Division 1 Football Playoffs – Oak Ridge @ Monterey Trail – Fri Nov 16 – 7pm

Go Mustangs!

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SJS control the playoffs admission price is $10 for adults, $7 students.

Save time, and avoid waiting in line to purchase your playoff tickets!

Presale tickets are available to purchase in the Main Office – TBA

PLAYOFF PRICES

Adults…………………………………………… $10.00

Seniors (age 60 and above)………………  $7.00

Students (K-12)………………………………   $7.00

Children (age 5 and under)………………   Free

2018-2019 Athletic Clearance

Athletic Clearance

At Monterey Trail we use an online clearance process to clear our athletes. The website is www.athleticclearance.com

Students will need to create an account and upload a current physical after May 1st, 2018 for the School year of 2018-2019. Also you can find the EGUSD physical form on the mthsmustangs.com under the Forms page. If you have any questions about clearance. Please email David Coronado, dcoronad@egusd.net Just remember that Fall Sports start in July of 2018. If you are interested in playing a Fall sport get cleared ASAP. Please always make 2 copies of the physical give one to the coach if they ask for it and keep one for your records.

ATHLETICS CLEARANCE PROCESS

EGUSD Sports Physical Examination Form 18-19

2018 Fall Sports GPA

TEAM G.P.A.

FALL SPORTS 2018

                                                                      # of Athletes     G.P.A.

VARSITY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY                   27              4.02

VARSITY WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY              1              3.00

JV MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY                               13             3.58

JV WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY                          1              4.00

VARSITY FOOTBALL                                            36              3.16

JV FOOTBALL                                                       28             2.94                                      FROSH FOOTBALL                                              20              2.69                                    VARSITY WOMEN’S GOLF                                   5              3.70

VARSITY WOMEN’S TENNIS                              15              4.33

JV WOMEN’S TENNIS                                           5              4.10

VARSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                     11              3.93

JV WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                                13              3.67

FROSH WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL                         9              3.94

VARSITY MEN’S WATER POLO                          11              3.58

VARSITY WOMEN’S WATER POLO                     9              3.81

VARSITY CHEERLEADING                                  25             3.56*

JV CHEERLEADING                                             25             3.35*

TOTAL                                                                  254             3.50

*Season Continues

Senior Night – Football & Cheer – Friday Night Oct 12 – 7pm

Friday Night 7pm – Celebrate our Seniors!

2018 SENIOR CHEERLEADERS
VARSITY     Letter
Butler, Destiny 12
Her, Kara 12
Hernandez, Gabriela 12 3 year VARSITY
Holt, Elizabeth 12
Huang, Jenny 12
Luong, Autumn 12
Luong, Mai-Anh 12
Parker, Emily 12
Vargas, Damiana 12
Vu, Lilyanne 12
Whipper, Jaylah 12
Yang, Kerri 12
Yu, Rachelle 12
2018 FOOTBALL video managers
Andres Moreno
Lucas Smith
2018 FOOTBALL SENIORS
11 ELI MIRZA
12 BRANDON HWA
14 JEHIEL BUDGETT 5 years Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY
15 LEVI PHILPOT
16 MICHAEL LEE
17 ZACH LARRIER 1 year Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY
18 ANDRE CRUMP 2 years Jr. Mustangs
22 THADDEUS HILLS
28 ARTURO PANTOJA 2 years Jr. Mustangs
29 ANDREW ALMONTE 2 years Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY
47 GERMAINE SPEARMAN 1 year Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY
50 NOAH CASAREZ 5 years Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY
51 EXAVIER MALANCA
52 DAVID NAWASA
60 ANTHONY THOMPSON 2 years Jr. Mustangs
49 TRENTON BERSHELL

 

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To recognize the people who have died from and/or are fighting the terrible disease of cancer, all MTHS football players will be wearing a Pink ribbon sticker on the back of their helmets for the rest of the season.

Unfortunately, we all have been touched by this tragic disease in some way. Here at MTHS we are reminded everyday at Mark Macres Memorial Stadium. MTHS athletes touch the rock everyday in remembrance of Mr. Macres’ courageous battle with cancer. This is an opportunity for us all to come together to honor those who have fought and are fighting cancer and work towards finding a cure.

Here are some options if you are interested in donating to the fight against cancer & cancer research to find a cure, in no particular order, with some information on each. The first four directly benefit those in the greater Sacramento area.

1. Shriners Hospitals for Children, Office of Development
2900 Rocky Point Drive
Tampa, FL 33607

Shriners serves seriously ill children (burns, cancer, cleft palate, orthopedic/spine, etc), who have no other healthcare options. The family’s of children treated by the Shriners are not charged for their care. Shriners is funded through grants and donations.
If choosing Shriners, please attach a note asking that the funds being donated be directed to the Sacramento facility.

2. UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
This link is to their pediatric support services: www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/cancer/Specialties/pediatric/support-resources.html
The Ronald McDonald House is part of the UCDMC program. Donations can be mailed or made online.
Online Donations: https://secure.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/giving/donations/online.html
Donations by mail: www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/cancer/giving/UCDCCC%20Online%20Remit%20Form.pdf

3. Triumph Cancer Foundation
947 Enterprise Drive
Loft B
Sacramento, CA 95825

This organization is for adult cancer survivors; helping them recover through a physical fitness program.
http://triumphfound.org/donate/

4. Albie Aware, Inc.
1851 Heritage Lane, Suite 299
Sacramento, CA 95815

This is a local foundation with the focus on breast cancer, stressing awareness, education and support. Donations can be made through the mail or online. www.albieaware.org/

5. Susan G. Komen
This a national foundation. The link to the website is located below and donations can be made through the link.
https://secure.info-komen.org/site/Donation2;jsessionid=A85C310B5A6BD1BBF4AE%20210B765DFFD1.app352b?idb=1958796980&df_id=12828&12828.donation=form1&idb=0

6. https://thebreastcancersite.greatergood.com/clickToGive/bcs/home
You can visit the site everyday and click on the mammogram link; clicking on the link helps provide free mammograms for the uninsured.

Touchdowns Against Cancer!

In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness, we are proud to announce that the MTHS Football program has joined Touchdowns Against Cancer! We are inviting our community to pledge a donation for every touchdown MTHS Varsity scores from September 7th to September 28th. Every touchdown we score will directly benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and help defeat childhood cancer. You can make a difference by pledging to donate for every touchdown we score or you may make a one-time flat donation by clicking here: https://pledgeit.org/tac18-elk-grove-ca-monterey-trail-mustangs

Spread the word to family and friends!

In recognition of the fight against cancer, all MTHS & Jr Mustang football players will be wearing a Pink ribbon sticker on the back of their helmets in October. Our cheerleaders will be wearing a Pink bow.  As per MTHS & MTJM Football Tradition we will maintain our Green, Gold and Black uniform code during the month of October.

Unfortunately, we have all been touched by this tragic disease in some way. We are reminded every day at Mark Macres Memorial Stadium. Our stadium was dedicated to Mr. Mark Macres, MTHS founding Vice Principal of Athletics, after he passed away in 2007.  In remembrance of Mr. Macres’ courageous battle with cancer, our Jr Mustang players are encouraged to touch the memorial rock at the South end of the stadium during every practice and home game.

On behalf of the coaching staff and players, thank you for your support and generosity!

Mark Macres Memorial Game – Friday Sep 7 – 7pm vs Cosumnes Oaks.  Come out and honor Mr. Macres as we welcome his family in our pregame ceremony!

MTHS Season Passes – Family & Individual

ENJOY HUGE SAVINGS !
PURCHASE IN ADVANCE
ALL SPORT PASSES FOR FAMILIES & INDIVIDUALS FAMILYPassflyer
$150 FAMILY PASS = 2 ADULTS & 2 *CHILD / *SENIOR
$65 INDIVIDUAL PASS = 1 ADULT
SINGLE GAME ADMISSION PRICES
ADULT $ *CHILD / *SENIOR $
FOOTBALL $7 $5
FROSH FOOTBALL $6 $4
VOLLEYBALL $6 $4
BASKETBALL $7 $5
WRESTLING $6 $4
*CHILD = 8 and up/ SENIOR = 65 and up
Fall Sports
VAR/JV Football – 1 scrim, 5 home games  = $39 per adult or $136 per family
Frosh Football –  1 scrim, 5 home games  = $34 per adult or $116 per family
W. Volleyball – 10 home matches = $60 per adult or $200 per family
Winter Sports
M. Basketball  – approximately 11 home games = $77 per adult or $264 per family
W. Basketball – approximately 11 home games = $77 per adult or $264 per family
Wrestling – approximately 5 home matches = $30 per adult or $100 per family
Spring Sports
M. Volleyball – approximately 10 home matches = $60 per adult or $200 per family
Powder Puff Football Game in February = $6 per person
OR
Single Sport Passes
(2nd season can be added later if necessary for 50% reduced price if student makes team)
Family Options: Amt. Select Option Individual Options Amt. Select Option
All Sports $150 All Sports $65
W. VB only $150 W. VB only $50
VAR/JV FB only $90 VAR/JV FB only $30
Freshman FB only $90 Freshman FB only $30
W. BB only $150 W. BB only $65
M. BB only $150 M. BB only $65
Wrestling only $90 Wrestling only $25
M. VB only $150 M. VB only $50
MTHS HOME GAMES ONLY, PLAYOFFS NOT INCLUDED
RETURN THIS SHEET & PAYMENT (checks made out to MTHS ATHLETICS) TO:
Coach Coronado / Coach Fritz / Coach Arcuri            MTHS Athletics Office HD 7

2017-2018 Spring Sports Award Winners

VARSITY BASEBALL – MUSTANG AWARD: Quintin Lister; MUSTANG AWARD: Manuel Alcarez; MUSTANG AWARD: Gabe Ruelas; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Jared Jensen

VARSITY MEN’S GOLF – MOST INSPIRATIONAL: Lucas Smith; MOST IMPROVED: Jose Venegas; LOW SCORER: Raja Adil; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Patrick Port

VARSITY SOFTBALL – MVP: Leandra Coronado; MUSTANG AWARD: Nhu Phun; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Skye Carter

VARSITY SWIMMING & DIVING – SJS Qualifers – Olga Canales, Samantha Duenas, Evalyn Liu, Sarah Sin, Hana Thai, Isabelle Tran, Emily Tu, Analisa Viloria; MVP: Isabelle Tran & Sharif Farmer; MOST IMPROVED: Samantha Duenas & Philip Doan; MUSTANG AWARD: Olga Canales & James Luong; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Johann Moran & Analisa Viloria

VARSITY MEN’S TENNIS – ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Scott Ly; MVP: Scott Ly; MOST IMPROVED: Terrance Nguyen; MUSTANG AWARD: Steven Tran; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Tri Do

VARSITY TRACK & FIELD – CIF STATE QUALIFIER: Nia Collins, Bubba Echols, Ruben Garcia, Zach Larrier, Camden Wheeler; SJS Masters Champion: Zach Larrier x2, Ruben Garcia, Camden Wheeler, Bubba Echols; SJS Division 1 Champions: Zach Larrier x4, Ruben Garcia x2, Nia Collins x2, Prophet Brown, Camden Wheeler, Thaddeus Hills, Bubba Echols ; ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: – Zach Larrier x4, Nia Collins x2, Prophet Brown x2, Ruben Garcia x2, Camden Wheeler x2, Thaddeus Hills; MVP: Ruben Garcia & Nia Collins; MOST VALUABLE TRACK ATHLETES: Zach Larrier & India Collins; MOST VALUABLE FIELD ATHLETES: Wayne Doroen & Kayla Ta; MUSTANG AWARD: Tehya Beadles; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Tehya Beadles & Richard Dang ;15 SJS Division 1 Qualifiers; 12 Masters Qualifiers

VARSITY MEN’S VOLLEYBALL – MUSTANG AWARD: Nik Timonin ; MOST IMPROVED: Jared Saechao; COACHES AWARD: Stephan Vang; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Javier Armenta

JV SOFTBALLMVP:  Celeste Aduna; MUSTANG AWARD: Andrea Chen; MOST IMPROVED: Sofia Rubio

 JV TRACK & FIELD – MVP:  Jh’Kai De Bro & Allie Chede; MOST VALUABLE TRACK ATHLETES:  Josue Miranda & Michelle Davies; MOST VALUABLE FIELD ATHLETES: Marcus Jones

               GPA                                           # of Athletes      G.P.A.

VARSITY BASEBALL                                    19                       2.75

VARSITY MEN’S GOLF                                   5                       3.4

VARSITY SOFTBALL                                    10                       3.76

JV SOFTBALL                                               14                       3.36

VARSITY MEN’S SWIMMING                        11                       3.57

VARSITY WOMEN’S SWIMMING                  14                       3.89

VARSITY MEN’S TENNIS                               13                       3.94

JV MEN’S TENNIS                                             5                      3.6

VARSITY MEN’S TRACK & FIELD                   35                       3.23

JV MEN’S TRACK & FIELD                              44                       3.54

VARSITY WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD             13                       3.90

JV WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD                          7                       3.71

VARSITY MEN’S VOLLEYBALL                        15                       3.08

JV MEN’S VOLLEYBALL                                     6                       3.38

                                                           TOTAL   210                        3.47

SUMMER CAMP info

2018 Athletic Newsletter

Women’s Volleyball – Starts Wednesday May 30 – 6:30pm-8:30pm in MTHS main gym.Then starting Monday June 4 – workouts are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 2:45-6:00.

Women’s Basketball –  Starts Tuesday May 29 & Wednesday May 30 – 5pm-7pm in MTHS main gym.

Football – Starts Tuesday May 29 – Freshman & JV camp DAILY 2:30-5:30.  Print Flyer: FB Summer Flyer

Men’s Basketball – Tryouts for JV & Frosh Summer Teams – Tuesday May 29, Wednesday May 30 & Thursday May 31 – 7pm-9pm in MTHS main gym.

Women’s Soccer – Starting June 11 – 5 days through June 15 – 9:30am-11:00am on grass fields behind the stadium

Women’s Tennis – 

Other program info coming soon!