This page is dedicated to our faithful alumni. We salute those athletes that worked tirelessly to achieve success while proudly wearing MT. We praise those athletes and proudly publicize their further accomplishments.
Mustang Alumni – Playing College Football
Cal Poly – Trey Nahhas RB
Portland State – Robert Holt DB
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
Jamar Sexton Class of 2014
Abel Tutupoly Class of 2011 –
Alex Holt Class of 2014 – http://www.pacifictigers.com/sports/w-volley/2015-16/releases/20150830dpzy55
Kelechi Ohiri Class of 2014 – http://www.ucdavisaggies.com/sports/w-volley/recaps/083015aaa.html
Erika Jones (maiden name Clay) Class of 2012 – http://www.ccsubluedevils.com/sports/wvball/2015-16/releases/20150829ecl9qs
Roman Geiger – Class of 2013 – http://tsuthemeter.com/2016/03/25/tsu-student-takes-on-princeton-university/
|James Reede '12||Phoenisha Schuhmeier '12||Sumayyah Wiggins '12|
|Christen Williams '12||2011 CSM Football||Ethan Clark '11|
|Evan Favors '10||Ashanti Jackson '11||Ota Okungbowa '11|
|Sione Sina '10||Acacia Hagen '10||Marcian Evans '09|
|Danai Martin '09||Vadim Drozhzhin '08||Louis Canahuati '08|
|Joseph Ganer '07|
Class of 2013
Go to ESPN and check it out!
SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY – TRACK & FIELD
High School: A 2013 graduate of Monterey Trail HS in Elk Grove,
Calif…competed in track and football all four years and also played two years of
basketball…qualified for the state meet as a senior on the 4×400 relay team…best
times were 49.79 in teh 400 and 1:58.80 in the 800…was named the team MVP in
track as a senior.
Personal: Majoring in kinesiology…parents are Truyen Duong and Ty Huynh.
This is our own Kendahl Richmond on the medal stand at the Tim Brown Memorial Tournament. He is the first Tim Brown medalist in school history. Tim Brown is one of the toughest tournaments in the entire state. By way of example, the finalists in Kendal’s weight class are both ranked in the top 15 in the nation. Among Kendahl’s victories over the weekend was a signature win over the 13th ranked kid in the state.The kid’s having a phenomenal season. Congratulate him when you see him! (Jan 21st, 2013)
MTHS Faithful in the Counseling Office!
Viliami Umufuke signs his letter of intent to play football at Sacramento State University. February 6th, 2013
Class of 2012
James Reede III
Attending Jackson State
James earned an NCAA scholarship in Golf.
Attending UC Riverside
Track and Field
In May 2013, Phoenisha won the long jump title as a Freshman at the Big West Championships after clearing 5.99m (19′ 8″)… Finished 11th in the triple jump with a distance of 11.31m (37′ 1.25″)…
Attending Humboldt State University
Sumayyah earned an NCAA scholarship in Women’s Basketball.
Attending Cal Poly Pomona
Christen earned an NCAA scholarship in Women’s Volleyball.
William Reyes the Monterey Trail Athlete of the year for the class of 2012 has been named: Athlete of the Month for the California Community College Athletic Association. William is attending American River College, competing in Cross Country and Track.
see article – 2013.10Willreyes
Class of 20112011 College of San Mateo Football
(l to r) Sione Sina 2010, Michael Worthen 2011, Kalamani Fili 2010, Delvonte Johnson 2011
Attending University of San Diego
San Diego, CA
Ethan earned an NCAA scholarship in Football.
Class of 2010
Sione Sina – Currently attending University of California, Berkeley
Injury Doesn’t Derail Sina’s Dream Dec 20, 2012, 05:00 AM Julio Lara, Daily Journal Staff The College of San Mateo football locker room has always had a family-style atmosphere. But on Wednesday afternoon, that feeling took on a whole different hour before, CSM superstar linebacker and defensive end Sione Sina put an end to the recruiting drama when he chose the University of California-Berkeley to continue his playing career. Sina chose the Golden Bears above a slew of other Division I offers after his final recruiting visit over the weekend. Wednesday, to make it official, Sina made sure to share his latest triumphant moment with a large chunk of his family on hand. One by one, 23 different members representing a handful of Sina generations, filed into the CSM football locker room to sign his letter of intent. (read more here)
Also visit Cal Bears.com …