NCAA Eligibility Center profile account

Student-Athlete Profile Account
When the NCAA Eligibility Center redesigned its registration website at , one of the most significant enhancements was the creation of the profile account.  The profile account gives college-bound student-athletes the opportunity to make the best decision about their college choices earlier in their high school careers. Students may now choose from the traditional certification account for those wanting to attend and compete at Division I and II schools, or a free profile account for those attending Division III schools and students who are not yet sure at what school they want to attend and compete.

Registration for a profile account is free and easy. Students should expect 10 to 20 minutes to complete a profile account. Also, if a student with a profile account decides to compete at the Division I or II level, they can easily transition their profile account to a certification account. (A registration fee of $80 (domestic/Canada) or $135 (international) is required to begin the certification process.) Please encourage your freshmen student-athletes to register for a free profile account.

The NCAA Eligibility Center, in partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), has updated the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Course available through Counselors and coaches can visit  and complete the FREE initial-eligibility course. This interactive course familiarizes viewers with Division I and II academic requirements, as well as the Eligibility Center’s registration and certification processes required for college-bound student-athletes. It’s a great tool for you and your colleagues. Please pass it on!


Winter Sports Tryouts – November 6, 7, 8


All interested athletes, winter sports tryouts begin November 6th.  You must be cleared by athletic director in-order to tryout.  You can go paperless and create an account at to complete your athletic packet.


Women’s Basketball – David Whitsett –

Girls Frosh/JV/Varsity 6pm – 8pm

Men’s Basketball – Coach Robert Fields –

Boys Varsity 5:30am – 7:30am (main gym

Boys Frosh/JV 3:30pm – 5:30pm (both gyms)

Soccer – Coach Jonathan Strack –

3:30pm – 5:15pm (Grass Fields)

Soccer – David Groves – 

3:30pm – 5:00pm (Grass Fields)

Wrestling – Evan Walker –

3:30pm – 5:00pm (MP Room)


Homecoming & Senior Night Football vs Jesuit

Friday Night 7pm – Celebrate our Seniors and Homecoming!

Arriyonna Allen 4.0 3 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS Cheer
 Jordan Bolds 4.0 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS Cheer
 Jocelle Chapman 3.25 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS Cheer
Christina Corona 3.33 2 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS Cheer
Mariyah Duarte 3.25 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS Cheer
Trinity Lampkin 3 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS Cheer
 Jesus Maldonado Alcaraz 3.5 3 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS Cheer
Reanna Ram 3.5 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS Cheer
Aareonna Reid 4.0 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS Cheer
Ricora Ridout 3.0 2 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS Cheer
Dianna Bonilla 2 year VARSITY – FOOTBALL MANAGER
Miriam Ramirez 3.0 2 year VARSITY – FOOTBALL MANAGER
Maribel Valencia 3.5 2 year VARSITY – FOOTBALL MANAGER
#   GPA   Letter
11 Josh Frangipane 2 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
19 Alex Amaro 3.5 1 year Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
21 Sam Williams 1 year Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
24 Gabe Ruelas 3.25 2 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
30 Aztlan Lopez 2 years Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
31 Tehya Beadles 3.0 3 year VARSITY – 3 year MTHS FB
54 Wayne Doroen 3.0 3 years Jr. Mustangs 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB
55 Amin Barker 3.5 3 year VARSITY – 4 year MTHS FB

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:
The Ronald McDonald House is part of the UCDMC program. Donations can be mailed or made online.
Online Donations:
Donations by mail:

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.

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.

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

You can visit the site everyday and click on the mammogram link; clicking on the link helps provide free mammograms for the uninsured.