Prophet Brown | SportStars’ 2019-20 Sac-Joaquin Male Athlete of the Year

Monterey Trail Three-Sport Speed Demon, Prophet Brown, Spoke His 2019-20 Success Into Being. Receives Coveted SportStars Honor.

2020 COVID workout information

We are in PHASE 2 of EGUSD mandated COVID workout rules.  Returning Varsity Players (Seniors, Juniors and some Sophomores) will be 1 group and can not add any new 11th & 12th graders at this time,

The Freshmen/JV group has been expanded to the max of 50.

To sign up as an incoming Freshman/new player:  Complete Online Athletic Clearance link on home page.  Complete All pages (current 2020-21 Physical Exam must be completed before Dec 7) to be eligible for COVID workouts.  You will be placed on the “waiting list”..We will contact you from that information.

If any spots were to open up, we will contact student-athletes on the “waiting list”.

Workouts are not mandatory, official tryouts begin December 7.  (Each player must have current 2020-21 Physical Exam uploaded to online clearance to tryout on December 7)



MONDAY MARCH 2, 2020 6:30 PM @ MTHS Cafeteria

Jr. Mustangs Youth Football & Cheer Program


MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2020 – 7:00 PM @ MTHS Cafeteria

JR Mustang hotline (916) 479-9036   Email:

2020 Jr. Mustangs Youth Football & Cheer Program Ages: 6 years old to 8th Grade.

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This is not an EGUSD sponsored program.  The EGUSD accepts no liability or responsibility for this program/activity.

Marcus Jones Jr. | 2019 SportStars NorCal Defensive Player Of The Year

Marcus Jones Jr. » 2019 SportStars NorCal Defensive Player Of The Year

2019 Awards – Sac Bee Defensive Player of the Year:  Marcus Jones;   1st Team Sac Bee All-Metro: Lathun Snipes, Prophet Brown, Mario Keanon, Antonio Williams, Caleb Ramseur; 1st Team ALL-SJS College Hall of Fame: Marcus Jones, Lathun Snipes, Prophet Brown, Mario Keanon; METRO MVP METRO MVP: Marcus Jones; METRO OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Prophet Brown; METRO LINEMEN OF THE YEAR: Lathun Snipes & Mario Keanon; METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Daniel Ramirez, Kevin Adams, Antonio Williams, Otha Williams, Jamauri Jackson, Chris Lands; Marvel A. Smith Offensive Lineman of the Year:  Lathun Snipes; MVP:  Antonio Williams; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Caleb Ramseur & Prophet Brown; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.:  Marcus Jones; MOST IMPROVED:  Viktor Timonin; LINEMAN O.Y.:  Lathun Snipes & Mario Keanon; SPECIAL TEAMS P.O.Y:  Diego Soto & Umi Wilson; MACRES MEMORIAL AWARD:  Daniel Ramirez;  OPTIMIST ALL-STAR GAME: Marcus Jones, Lathun Snipes, Mario Keanon; Antonio Williams, Caleb RamseurKevin Adams; SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD: Jasdev Banwait

2020 Optimist All-Stars




The Monterey Trail Mustangs celebrate their 35-23 win over the Folsom Bulldogs Friday, November 22, 2019.

Congratulations to our Monterey Trail Mustang Varsity Players and Coaches for advancing to the Division I Finals!

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking HERE


Beware the Trail: Monterey Trail controls the clock, dethrones Folsom dynasty

Go Mustangs!

Mark Macres Memorial Game – Friday October 25 – vs Laguna Creek.

Thank You to Fed Ex in support of Monterey Trail High School Football!

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

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.

Monterey Trail High School Football Website –

2019 Varsity Roster

years of  Middle                  
jr mustangs School #     OFFENSE DEFENSE   GRADE HGT WGT
1 Harris 10 PROPHET BROWN RB DB JR 5’11 180
Harris 12 CHRIS LANDS WR DB JR 5’8 155
1 Harris 16 VIKTOR TIMONIN QB LB SR 5’10 170
8 Harris 17 FRANK ARCURI QB DB SO 5’10 155
Harris 18 BRANDON BLANTON WR LB SR 5’11 175
Harris 19 OTHA WILLIAMS RB LB JR 6’0 190
4 Harris 20 CALEB RAMSEUR RB LB SR 5’9 170
Harris 22 GABE CARTER WR DB JR 6’0 175
Harris 23 ANTONIO WILLIAMS WR DB SR 5’11 175
Harris 24 UMI WILSON RB LB SR 5’8 175
6 Harris 28 CHRISTIAN CALVAN WR LB SR 5’8 160
Harris 30 XAVIER POWE WR DB JR 5’10 155
Harris 31 TRENTON HUGHES WR LB JR 5’10 155
4 Harris 32 WILLIAM REYES RB LB JR 5’9 175
1 Harris 33 THADDEUS SINGLETON RB LB JR 5’10 180
Harris 34 CHRIS CHAMBERS RB LB SO 5’10 225
5 Harris 40 JASDEV BANWAIT TE DL JR 6’4 225
5 42 MARCUS JONES RB LB SR 6’0 190
7 Harris 51 XAVIER POWELL OL DL JR 6’0 260
1 Harris 53 ISAAK BAILEY OL DL SR 5’9 170
2 Harris 56 LATHUN SNIPES OL DL SR 6’0 275
4 Harris 57 DANIEL RAMIREZ OL DL SR 5’9 205
Harris 58 ANDREW PERKINS OL DL JR 5’10 215
Harris 59 DIEGO SOTO K JR 5’9 175
8 Harris 60 UVANTE USHER OL DL SO 5’11 270
1 Harris 65 DIEGO JIMENEZ OL LB JR 5’9 175
5 Harris 66 ERIC XIONG OL DL JR 5’11 240
7 Harris 72 ANDREAS ARGUMEDO OL DL JR 6’0 280
2 Harris 77 MARIO KEANON OL DL SR 6’3 265
Harris 88 REGGIE PARKER TE DL JR 6’4 275

2019 Varsity JV Frosh Schedule

Fri Aug 16 FROSH – Scrimmage Davis, Manteca, Franklin @ MACRES STADIUM 3pm
Fri Aug 16 JV & VAR – Scrimmage Davis, Manteca, Franklin @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:30
Thur Aug 22 FROSH Pleasant Grove @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00
Fri Aug 23 JV & VAR Sheldon @ Sheldon 5:00 / 7:30
Thur Aug 29 FROSH Spanish Springs @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00
Fri Aug 30 JV & VAR Spanish Springs @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:30
Thur Sept 5 FROSH San Ramon Valley @ San Ramon Valley, Danville 5:00
Fri Sep 6 JV & VAR San Ramon Valley @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:30
Thur Sep 12 FROSH Del Oro @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00
Fri Sep 13 JV & VAR Cosumnes Oaks @ Cosumnes Oaks 5:00 / 7:30
Thur Sep 19 FROSH BYE @ BYE
Fri Sep 20 JV & VAR BYE @ BYE
Thur Sep 26 FROSH Oakmont @ Oakmont 6:00
Fri Sep 27 JV Galt @ Galt 5:30
Fri Sep 27 VAR Paraclete @ Antelope Valley College, Lancaster 7:30
Fri Oct 4 Homecoming *RIVER CITY @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:15
Thur Oct 10 FROSH *KENNEDY @ Rocklin 5:30
Fri Oct 11 JV & VAR *KENNEDY @ KENNEDY 5:00 / 7:15
Thur Oct 17 FROSH Del Campo @ Del Campo 6:00
Fri Oct 18 JV & VAR *BURBANK @ BURBANK 5:00 / 7:15
Thur Oct 24 FROSH Folsom @ MACRES STADIUM 5:30
Fri Oct 25 Macres Memorial *LAGUNA CREEK @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:15
Thur Oct 31 FROSH Vista Del Lago @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00
Fri Nov 1 Senior Night *McCLATCHY @ MACRES STADIUM 5:00 / 7:30
SJS Playoffs:  Nov 8, 15,22 – SJS Championship Nov 29/30
Nor Cal: Dec 6/7
CIF State: Dec 13/14



Zach Larrier signs full athletic scholarship with Air Force


Jehiel Budgett signs full athletic scholarship with UC Davis

SJS Division 1 Championship vs Folsom @ Sac State – Sat Nov 1 – 7:30pm


Thank You Alumni!  Go Mustangs!

Zach Larrier QB/DB #17

Mark Macres Memorial Game – Friday Sep 7 – vs Cosumnes Oaks.  Thank you Macres Family!

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:

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. 



Mustang Alumni – Currently Playing College Football

Air Force  – Zach Larrier QB

Jehiel Budgett – UC Davis DB

Andre Crump – San Jose State WR

Lewis & Clarke – Brandon Hwa

City College Sacramento – Germaine Spearman

Cal Poly – Trey Nahhas RB

Portland State – Robert Holt LB

Southeastern Louisiana – Jahmar Sexton 

Humbolt State – Bishop Brown  

Lewis & Clarke – Tewayne Malone 

Chowan University – Paul Gooden 

City College Sacramento – Rodney Spidell

City College Sacramento – Jamal Tatum 

City College Sacramento – Adrian Tellez 

City College Sacramento – Josef Segura 

City College Sacramento – Javonte Collier 

 ARC – Donovan Robinson DB

Thank You to Jim Tabuchi and the Sacramento Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corp for their donation and support of MTHS Football!

Help fund :Touchdowns against Cancer event

This is a link for anyone who would like to support our Touchdowns against Cancer event.  It will be the weeks of Sept 14-30th.  Hope we can all find a way to get the link out to the masses for this special event.

Are you a member of the MT Football Club? If not, we want you on our team! The MT Football Club is currently seeking new members to help support our growing football program. Support our program now!

IMG_3940MTHS Student-Athletes, Trey Nahhas and Tiara Webb signed NCAA National Letters of Intent on Wednesday February 4th at 11:30 am. Trey signed for football to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and Tiara signed for soccer with the University of San Francisco. Congratulations! Go Mustangs!

Trey Nahhas named ALL-STATE by Max Preps

Trey Nahhas named Sac Bee ALL-METRO Offensive Player of the Year

Trey Nahhas named ALL-SECTION by Max Preps

Trey Nahhas (MVP) & Rodney Spidell excel at 58th Annual Optimist Game.


Evan Favors, a graduate of Monterey Trail Class of 2010 and a graduate of the University of Nevada Reno, worked out in front of NFL scouts on Wednesday and will enter the 2015 draft.  Evan was the definition of the scholar athlete and represents everything we stand for here on the Trail.  He is an amazing young man.

Evan Favors MTHS Alumni


MTHS beat Merced 51-45 in an exciting second round playoff game.

Trey Nahhas – 39 carries, 398 yards, 5 TD, 1 2pt CONV, 1-1 33 yards passing

Offensive Line – Rodney Spidell, Jamal Tatum, Morris Love, Anthony Almonte, Javonte Collier, Neville Bood, TaWayne Malone, Dupri Stewart – 431 yards rushing, 613 total offense

Neville Bood – 15 tackles (10 solo) 0.5 QB Sack

EJ Viacrusis – 8-12 149 yards passing 1 TD

Andre Flury – 5 catches 93 yards, 1 INT, 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 TFL

Jermaine Bell – 26 yard TD catch, 1 INT, 7 tackles (5 solo)

Merced Sun Star

MTHS beat Cosumnes Oaks 29-28 in an exciting first round playoff game.

For the latest Mustang news:

******Follow this link to the latest article in the Elk Grove Citizen from Nov 12:

KCRA Game of the Week Sep 26 Homecoming Win!  Check out Ms. Rose Rubalcaba!

The Sacramento Bee has posted a photo gallery of Monterey Trail vs. Inderkum game. You can find the gallery here at this link.

Also check out Sac Bee Preps Sports show on Comcast Tuesday at 4:30pm for highlights!


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