Varsity Women’s Soccer

The MTHS Varsity Women’s Soccer team tied a school record with 11 wins, and set a school record with 76 goals.   The Mustangs featured the top 3 point scorers in the league.   Freshman Tiana Johnson had a school record 27 goals along with 11 assists, putting her 17th in the entire section for points scored.  Junior Jasveen Singh led the Metro with 13 assists, while Junior Chioma Onejeme scored 20 goals and had 9 assists.

Senior Leandra Coronado led the Metro League and with 4th in the section in saves, with 136.

The Mustangs look to build on this year’s success next season, when they return 9 starters.

SPRING SPORT INFORMATION

MTHS ATHLETICS

SPRING Sports tryout information

Tryouts begin February 4th.  You must be academically eligible from term one and cleared online, athleticclearance.com.

Please email coach if you have a sport specific question.

Softball: Coach Fritz – jfritz@egusd.net – 1st Day of Practice, January 28th

Baseball: Coach Coronado – dcoronad@egusd.net – 1st Day of Practice, January 28th

Track and Field: Coach Longan – robert_longan@yahoo.com

Swimming: Coach Hong – coachhillary@egacgators.com

Men’s Golf: Coach Diloreto – pdiloret@egusd.net

Men’s Tennis: Coach Ford – aford17@bulldogs.aamu.edu

Men’s Volleyball: Coach Evans – marcianevans@yahoo.com

Athletic Clearance

This year we are moving to an online clearance process.

athleticclearance.com

2018 MTHS Fall Sports Awards

2018 FALL VARSITY SPORTS – AWARDS

CROSS COUNTRY –SJS QUALIFIERS:  Jay Ninh, , Angelina Timinona; Men’s MVP: Jay Ninh; Women’s MVP: Angelina Timonina; VARSITY LEADERSHIP: Henry Zho; MOST IMPROVED: Kent Huynh; HEART OF THE TEAM: Johnson Nguyen

VARSITY FOOTBALLSJS DIVISION 1 FINALIST; METRO CHAMPIONS; 1st Team Sac Bee All-Metro: Jehiel Budgett, Zach Larrier, Marcus Jones, Andre Crump;  2nd Team Sac Bee All-Metro: Lathun Snipes, Andrew Almonte;  1st Team ALL-SJS College Hall of Fame: Jehiel Budgett, Zach Larrier, Marcus Jones; METRO MVP: Zach Larrier; METRO DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marcus Jones; METRO ALL PURPOSE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jehiel Budgett; METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Brandon Hwa, Andre Crump, Arturo Pantoja, Andrew Almonte, Germaine Spearman, Lathun Snipes; MVP:  Jehiel Budgett & Zach Larrier; OFFENSIVE P.O.Y.: Andre Crump; DEFENSIVE P.O.Y.:  Marcus Jones; MOST IMPROVED:  Thaddeus Hills; LINEMAN O.Y.:  Noah Casarez; SPECIAL TEAMS P.O.Y:  Michael Lee; MACRES MEMORIAL AWARD:  Brandon Hwa & Andrew Almonte; ENERBIZER AWARD: Arturo Pantoja; OPTIMIST ALL-STAR GAME:  Noah Casarez, Brandon Hwa, Eli Mirza, Germaine Spearman; NCAA Scholarship: Zach Larrier-Air Force, Jehiel Budgett-UC Davis

VARSITY WOMEN’S GOLFMVP: Jasmine Grewal; MOST IMPROVED: Mandeep Chand

VASITY WOMEN’S TENNIS ALL-METRO 1st Team: Kumorah Newton; PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Diane Dang; MOST IMPROVED:  Carmen Lo; TEAMMATE AWARD: Tina Dang; ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:  Leandra Coronado & Christine Duong; SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD:  Kumorah Newton; MTHS Highest Fall GPA = 4.33

VARSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALLMETRO CHAMPIONS; SJS PLAYOFFS;  METRO MVP:  Kendall Beadles; METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Tyler Webb, Aija Redding, Haley Bates; WORKHORSE: Sarah Sin; COACHES AWARD: Elizabeth Sesay; MOST IMPROVED: Elizabeth Sesay

VARSITY MEN’S WATER POLO – METRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: James Luong; MVP: James Luong; MOST IMPROVED: Weimen Yang

VARSITY WOMEN’S WATER POLOMETRO 1st Team ALL-LEAGUE: Samantha Duenas; MVP: Samantha Duenas; MOST IMPROVED: Carmen Yang

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                                                                     34                    3.15

JV FOOTBALL                                                                                  30               2.96

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

SJS Division 1 Football Championship – vs Folsom @ Sacramento State – Sat Dec 1 – 7:30pm

Go Mustangs!

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

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PLAYOFF PRICES

Adults…………………………………………… $12.00

Seniors (age 60 and above)………………  $8.00

Students (K-12)………………………………   $8.00

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

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.