Congratulations to Women’s Volleyball for winning the League Championship –
SJS Division 1 Playoffs Tuesday 10/23 @ Oak Ridge – 7pm
Friday Night 7pm – Celebrate our Seniors!
|2018 SENIOR CHEERLEADERS|
|Hernandez, Gabriela||12||3 year VARSITY|
|2018 FOOTBALL video managers|
|2018 FOOTBALL SENIORS|
|14||JEHIEL||BUDGETT||5 years Jr. Mustangs||3 year VARSITY|
|17||ZACH||LARRIER||1 year Jr. Mustangs||3 year VARSITY|
|18||ANDRE||CRUMP||2 years Jr. Mustangs|
|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|
|60||ANTHONY||THOMPSON||2 years Jr. Mustangs|
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
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. 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.
You can visit the site everyday and click on the mammogram link; clicking on the link helps provide free mammograms for the uninsured.
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!
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|W. Volleyball – 10 home matches = $60 per adult or $200 per family|
|M. Basketball – approximately 11 home games = $77 per adult or $264 per family|
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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 SOFTBALL – MVP: 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
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!
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:
Wayne Doroen Tehya Beadles
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR NOMINEES:
Ruben Garcia Olga Canales
MOST IMPROVED ATHLETE:
COMEBACK ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:
SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD:
Manuel Alcaraz Jiewen Li
Mikala Aumua Joshua Loyola
Tehya Beadles Peter Ly
Jordan Bolds Angelina Nguyen
Ariana Bruno Huy Nguyen
Dania Cervantes Theresa Nguyen
Nia Collins Nhu Phun
Christina Corona Aareonna Reid
Lisa Cummings Jenny Tran
Tri Dao Brandon Troung
Kathy Ho Stephen Vang
Annie Huang Tou Vang
Chanh Lam Analisa Viloria
Jaylin Le Lori Voong
Nicholas Le Betty Wang
SENIOR HONOR CORD
Javier Armenta Nicholas Le
Amin Barker Jiewen Li
Tehya Beadles Peter Ly
Ariana Bruno Scott Ly
Olga Canales Emily Mark
Jaqueline Catano Nhu Phun
Dania Cervantes Isaac Ramirez
Nia Collins Wesley Smith
Christina Corona William Tang
Lisa Cummings Nik Timonin
Richard Dang Tou Vang
Wayne Doroen Analisa Viloria
Adolph Lawrence Karney Yu
3 SPORT ATHLETES:
Kevin Adams Adolph Lawrence
Andrew Almonte Michael Lee
Andreas Argumedo Exavier Malanca
Brandon Blanton Sonny Nguyen
Prophet Brown Daniel Ramirez
Christian Calvan Caleb Ramseur
Jh’Kai De Bro William Reyes
Russell De Vera Reis Rogers
Wayne Doroen Jared Saechao
Albert Huynh Jeffery Singh
Kent Huynh Lathun Snipes
Brandon Hwa Kenneth Tecson
Diego Jimenez Anthony Thompson
Marcus Jones John Woodson
Chris Lands Eric Xiong
Zach Larrier Weldon Zhou
# of Athletes 473 G.P.A. 3.45
1st Team All-DELTA Athletes 20 Community Involvement
Mark Macres Memorial Football Game
Mark Macres Men’s Basketball Tournament
Mark Macres Track & Field Invitational
Athletic Scholarships Earned Community Service
Tehya Beadles – Alabama St. Elementary School Track Meet
Nia Collins – San Diego St. Track & Field helps w/ Harris MS Meets
Ben Dadzie – Chico St. Jr. Mustang Football Program
Trailblazers AAU Basketball
Trailblazers AAU Track & Field
EGUSD Elem. School Basketball Tourney
Team & Indivdual Highlights
SJS Playoff Teams – Football
Track & Field – Masters Champions: Zach Larrier 400, 4×400, Ruben Garcia, Bubba Echols, Camden Wheeler; 6 CIF State Meet Qualifier, 12- Masters qualifiers, 15 – D1 Section qualifers; Zach Larrier 4 SJS Championships, Nia Collins & Ruben Garcia 2 SJS Championships; Wrestling – 4 to Masters; Swimming – 8 – advanced to SJS Tournament; Football – Aztlan Lopez – 1st Team ALL-METRO
VARSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL – ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Marcus Robinson; MVP: Marcus Robinson; MOST IMPROVED: D’Andre McIntosh; COACHES AWARD: Ricki Jhajj; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Christian Dabandan; OPTIMIST ALL-STAR GAME: Marcus Robinson
VARSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Tayla Thompson; OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tayla Thompson; DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Makayla Phomphahanh; LADY MUSTANG AWARD: Arianna Bruno; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Leandra Coronado
VARSITY WRESTLING – MASTERS QUALIFERS: Andreas Argumedo, Andrew Almonte, Russell De Vera; Taylor Balaoro; ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Andreas Argumedo; MVP: Andreas Argumedo; MOST IMPROVED: Mikala Aumua & Ambrose Lawrence; BREAKOUT WRESTLERS: Taylor Balaoro & Rusell De Vera; SENIOR LEADERSHIP AWARD: Diana Cervantes
VARSITY MEN’S SOCCER – ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Rajveer Auijla; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Rajveer Auijla; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: DeAndre Cooper; MUSTANG AWARD: Ricardo Martinez; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: DeAndre Cooper
VARSITY WOMEN’S SOCCER – ALL-DELTA 1st TEAM: Tehya Beadles; MVP: Tehya Beadles; DO MORE AWARD: Emma Jenkins; LEGACY AWARD: Angela Garcia-Brockmann; MUSTANG SPIRIT AWARD– Jeanette Pena Cortez; DELTA SPORTSMANSHIP: Jaqueline Catano
VARSITY CHEERLEADING – MUSTANG AWARD: Jordan Bolds; MOST IMPROVED: Kimberly Ramirez; COACHES AWARD: Lilyanne Vu
JV & Frosh Awards
WINTER SPORTS – 2017-18
JV MEN’S BASKETBALL – MVP: Anthony Rilloraza; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Prophet Brown; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Jasdev Banwait
FROSH MEN’S BASKETBALL – MVP: Clarence Seludo; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Noah Ramones; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y: Gabe Carter
JV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Dioni Davis; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Niki Caberwal; LADY MUSTANG: Kandace Sans
JV MEN’S SOCCER –MVP: Jesse Rendon; MUSTANG AWARD: Arturo Olguin; MOST IMPROVED: Lathun Snipes
JV WOMEN’S SOCCER – MVP: Jazmine Graciani; MOST IMPROVED: Alexandra Herrera; DO MORE AWARD: Mia Ly; MUSTANG SPIRIT AWARD: Deanna Barnes
JV CHEERLEADING – MUSTANG AWARD: Caleigh Dabandan; MOST SPIRITED: Mya Smith; MOST DEDICATED: Allexis Pascua
# of Athletes G.P.A.
VARSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL 13 3.48
JV MEN’S BASKETBALL 15 3.92
Frosh MEN’S BASKETBALL 14 3.43
VARSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 12 3.64
JV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 7 3.89
VARSITY MEN’S SOCCER 20 3.16
JV MEN’S SOCCER 20 3.09
VARSITY WOMEN’S SOCCER 21 3.40
JV WOMEN’S SOCCER 16 3.27
VARSITY WRESTLING 18 3.22
JV WRESTLING 11 3.16
VARSITY CHEERLEADING 20 3.29 F & W
JV CHEERLEADING 10 3.56 F & W
TOTAL 197 3.38
Congratulations to our Track and Field program for their big wins this past weekend at the Arcadia Invitational, which is considered to be one of the most competitive meets in the country.
Our 4×400 team took first place. William Echols, Zach Larrier, Ruben Garcia and Camden Wheeler won the Open Division 4X400 with a time of 3:21.21.
In the nights 400M Invitational race Zach Larrier won with a state leading time and 7th fastest time in the nation with 47.12 seconds.
Nia Collins finished 4th overall in the women’s open division 300m hurdles.
Camden Wheeler ran a 49.71 at Friday’s Tiger Invitational to win the meet and qualify for Arcadia Invitational. His winning time is the fast time in California by a freshman this year.