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39th Annual

Fr. Barry Christmas Classic Basketball Tournament Hosted by Jesuit High School

Bellarmine Campolindo Damien Jesuit Modesto Christian St. Joseph Notre Dame St. Mary’s St. Patrick / St. Vincent


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Table of Contents Welcome 2 Welcome Letters 3 Tournament Winners 1974-2011 6 All-Tournament Teams 1974-2011 8 Team Records 11 Individual Records 12 About Father Joseph F. Barry, S.J.

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Tournament Bracket 16 Bellarmine

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Campolindo 22 Damien

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Jesuit 26 Modesto Christian 28 St. Joseph Notre Dame 30 St. Mary’s 32 St. Patrick / St. Vincent 34

jesuithighschool.org/barryclassic Host School Information

President....................Fr. David J. Suwalsky, S.J. Dir. of Athletics.................................Chris Fahey Principal......................................Brianna K. Latko Dir. of Communications................Jordan Blair V.P. for Advancement.......Maureen Longyear Asst. Dir. of Athletics........................Ross Evans Chief Financial Officer.................Sharon Tobar Admin. Asst. Athletic Dir....Robin Cummings Dir. of Admissions..............................Gerry Lane Publications Manager...................Julia Marino

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Fr. Barry Christmas Classic elcome to the thirty-ninth annual Fr. Joseph Barry Christmas Classic Basketball Tournament. The tournament has a long and storied history, as you will see on the pages that follow. Listings of past champions, individual and team records and the all-tournament teams are detailed for you. Also included are profiles and rosters of the teams participating in this year’s tournament.

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Jesuit High School welcomes all of the visiting teams’ players, coaches and their fans. We hope that both your visit to the Jesuit High School campus in Carmichael and your Fr. Barry Christmas Classic experiences are exciting and memorable. The Jesuit High School administration, athletic department and basketball staffs are grateful for the outstanding efforts put forth by the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic committee. The committee, comprised of alumni parents, would like to extend its sincere appreciation to all of the wonderful organizations that have assisted us in presenting such an outstanding basketball tournament.

Special thanks to: The Jesuit High School Booster Club and its members who have helped provide and serve the meals to the players and coaches, the brunch buffet after Mass and staffed the gate and concessions. The teachers and alumni for their assistance as timekeepers and scorekeepers. The Jesuit student body rooting section for their boisterous support as the sixth man. The host families, parents and students of Jesuit High School who have opened their homes to our special guests. The Hilton Sacramento-Arden West Hotel for providing accommodations to the visiting coaches and families. Darlene and Jerry Skou of Awards by Kay for their generous donation of the trophies and plaques. The families of the basketball coaching staff for their support, patience and understanding.

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Dear Friends, Welcome to Jesuit High School and to the Fr. Barry Tournament, one of California’s premier high school basketball tournaments. We hope that you enjoy the competition and be assured that we are thrilled that you are with us. Father Joseph Barry, S.J. was one of the founding fathers of Jesuit High School. His love for this school was reflected in his tireless work to develop a campus worthy of the students who found themselves here daily. His love of basketball brought him to this gymnasium which bears his name regularly. And, we have to add, he was particularly pleased when “his” Marauders gained a victory on the home court. Father Joe loved competition, competition that was hard-fought and fair. But wins or losses dimmed in importance when compared to the lessons learned when talented and well-coached young people pitted themselves against equally talented opponents. Father Joe most of all believed that sport taught important lessons which carried into every part of life. We embrace Fr. Joe’s spirit in this tournament that bears his name. We encourage all of our competitors to play hard and well, and encourage our spectators and our visitors to cheer for all and to enjoy your time with us at Jesuit High School. Finally, allow us to offer a special thanks to the Jesuit High School athletic department staff and our many volunteers, particularly Dick Hamilton, Vince Madden and Steve Fahey, who have worked tirelessly to make the 2012 Fr. Barry Tournament possible. We very much appreciate your efforts on behalf of our programs. As we look forward to the celebration of Christmas, we pray that all of you may discover its true meaning, most especially in the family and friends who share your days and your dreams for a bright future. Sincerely,

Fr. David J. Suwalsky, S.J. President

Brianna K. Latko Principal

Jesuit High School would like to thank the members of the Society of Jesus for their ongoing support. Jesuits who serve Jesuit High School, St. Ignatius Parish, Cristo Rey High School and other ministries in the Diocese of Sacramento include: Mr. Alejandro Baez, S.J. Rev. Jerry Hayes, S.J. Rev. David F. Klein, S.J. Rev. Kevin A. Leidich, S.J. Rev. David J. Suwalsky, S.J.

Rev. Arthur J. Wehr, S.J. Rev. Michael Moynahan, S.J. Rev. Charles R. Olsen, S.J. Rev. Thomas G. Piquado, S.J. Rev. Jerald Robinson, S.J.

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Fr. Barry Christmas Classic Fans, Welcome to the 39th Annual Father Barry Christmas Classic. This year’s event is filled with talented basketball teams from California and Washington. Bellarmine of Tacoma, St. Joseph’s Notre Dame, Modesto Christian and St. Mary’s of Stockton are all past participants in the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic. We welcome St. Patrick-St. Vincent of Vallejo, Campolindo of Moraga and Damien of La Verne as first time participants. Over the years, the Fr. Barry Classic has hosted many fine teams and studentathletes in the homes of gracious parents from our school community. I would like to thank those people for their generosity and time, without their support this tournament would not be possible. Our tournament director, Dick Hamilton, has been tireless in his efforts to make this tournament one of the finest in California. I am especially grateful as this allows me to actually be able to watch the outstanding basketball exhibited by the student-athletes participating in our Christmas Classic. Dick has also put together a crew of people, including assistant tournament director, Vince Madden, who donate many hours of their time to this event and I would like to thank them on behalf of Jesuit and our basketball program for their commitment to the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic . I would also like to acknowledge Steve Fahey, Jordan Blair and the rest of the Jesuit High School Communications Department, who have devoted many hours producing the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic program. One feature of the tournament that has received many compliments over the years is the dinner that we provide to the players, coaches and officials each night. This could not be done without the work of the Booster Club, especially Pam and Jeff Lorek. In addition, I’d like to thank Tim Fleming (announcer), Mark Hilder (scoreboard operator) and Mike Fleming (shot clock operator) for their service on all twelve games of the tourney. Finally, I would like to thank Robin Cummings, Administrative Assistant Athletic Director, for her countless hours “behind the scenes” including coordinating the housing for our guests. The athletic department, basketball program, and tournament staff extend their gratitude to these volunteers. Finally, I would like to thank our school President, Fr. David Suwalksy S.J., and our Principal, Ms. Brianna Latko, for their generosity in allowing our basketball program to host this event. I hope you enjoy the time you spend with us at the Fr. Barry Christmas Classic and I wish you and your families a wonderful and peaceful Christmas season. Sincerely,

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Tournament Winners 1974-1997

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1974 First Moreau Second Jesuit Third Marin Catholic Cons. Christian Brothers

1982 First Sacred Heart Second St. Ignatius Third Bellarmine Cons. St. Mary’s - Stockton

1990 First Jesuit Second Christian Brothers Third St. Mary’s - Stockton Cons. St. Ignatius

1975 First St. Francis Second Moreau Third Jesuit Cons. Nevada Union

1983 First Second Third Cons.

Bishop O’Dowd St. Mary’s - Stockton St. Ignatius Sacred Heart

1991 First Jesuit Second Verbum Dei Third Sacred Heart Cons. St. Ignatius

1976 First St. Mary’s - Stockton Second Jesuit Third Moreau Cons. Marin Catholic

1984 First Second Third Cons.

St. Ignatius Sacred Heart St. Mary’s - Stockton Bishop O’Dowd

1992 First Jesuit Second Loyola Third Verbum Dei Cons. St. Mary’s - Stockton

1977 First Jesuit Second St. Mary’s - Stockton Third Bishop O’Dowd Cons. Loyola

1985 First St. Ignatius Second Jesuit Third Sacred Heart Cons. Christian Bros

1993 First Jesuit Second Sacred Heart Third Garces Memorial Cons. Verbum Dei

1978 First Loyola Second Sacred Heart Third St. Mary’s - Stockton Cons. Bellarmine

1986 First St. Mary’s - Stockton Second Jesuit Third St. Ignatius Cons. Bellarmine

1994 First Bishop O’Dowd Second Jesuit Third Verbum Dei Cons. Sacred Heart

1979 First St. Ignatius Second Sacred Heart Third Bellarmine Cons. Loyola

1987 First St. Mary’s - Stockton Second Bellarmine Third Sacred Heart Cons. Garces Memorial

1995 First Univ. San Diego Second Jesuit Third Bishop O’Dowd Cons. Sacred Heart

1980 First St. Mary’s - Stockton Second Jesuit Third Sacred Heart Cons. Loyola

1988 First St. Mary’s - Stockton Second St. Ignatius Third Bellarmine Cons. Sacred Heart

1996 First Jesuit Second Verbum Dei Third Sacred Heart Cons. De La Salle

1981 First Brophy Second Sacred Heart Third St. Mary’s - Stockton Cons. Bellarmine

1989 First Bellarmine Second Jesuit Third Christian Bros Cons. St. Mary’s - Stockton

1997 First Univ. San Diego Second Bishop O’Dowd Third Jesuit Cons. St. Ignatius

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Tournament Winners 1998-2011

1998 First St. Ignatius Second Univ. San Diego Third Jesuit Cons. Brophy

2006 First Jesuit Second St Mary’s - Berkeley Third St Mary’s - Stockton Cons. St.. Ignatius

2009 First Loyola Second Jesuit Third Bishop O’Dowd Cons. Regis Jesuit

1999 First Jesuit Second Brophy Third St. Ignatius Cons. Univ. San Diego

2007 First Bellarmine Second Bishop O’Dowd Third Jesuit Cons. Verbum Dei

2010 First Second Third Cons.

Jesuit Archbishop Mitty Bishop O’Dowd St. Joseph - Notre Dame

2000 First Jesuit Second Christian Brothers Third St. Mary’s - Stockton Cons. Archbiship Mitty

2008 First Strake Jesuit Second Jesuit Third Bishop O’Dowd Cons. Clovis East

2011 First Second Third Cons.

Jesuit Strake Jesuit Sheldon Eisenhower

2001 First Centennial Second Jesuit Third Christian Brothers Cons. Edison 2002 First Bishop Gorman Second Jesuit Third Modesto Christian Cons. St. Mary’s - Stockton

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2003 First Bishop O’Dowd Second Jesuit Third Bishop Gorman Cons. St. Ignatius 2004 First St. Mary’s - Berkeley Second Jesuit Third Bellarmine SJ Cons. St. Mary’s - Stockton 2005 First St Mary’s - Stockton Second Jesuit Third St. Mary’s - Berkeley Cons. Christian Brothers

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All Tournament Players M.V.P. Awards 1974

Perry Ahern Gary Johnson Vince Brooks Tony Erpelding Rod Zanze Mike Wetklow Dave Jenkins Kenny Simpson Russell Murrey Fred Slaats Rick Isaacson, MVP

1978

Marin Marin Jesuit Jesuit Christian Bros Christian Bros St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Moreau Moreau Moreau

1975

Tim McGinty Guy Williams Mike Ward Steve Johnson Mark Ghilarducci Bill Bredy Garth Davey Mike MacKenzie Coy Miller Les Walker Bob Telles, MVP

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Dave Sheffield Tom Arndorfer Paul McGoldrick Otis Ward Dave Cooke Roger MacDonell Tony Neal Ray Thames Steve Kalpakoff Fernando Iniguez Steve Scolini, MVP John Saitz Steve Guevara Earl Hoberlein Bob Schwaring Mark Alarie Dave Cooke Steve Kalpakoff Ken Green Antwine Murchison Steve Chelini Tom Arndorfer, MVP Michael Daly Matt Krant Tim Steward Marty Hedde Ken Green Brian Rishwain Darrel Hamilton Rich Zacker Marty Arenas Bill Van Dyke Mark Alarie, MVP

Loyola Jesuit St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Brophy Bellarmine Bellarmine St. Ignatius Sac. Heart St. Ignatius Sac. Heart

Rhodney Moore Doug Rishwain Barry Bloom Mike Roche Marc Levaggi Craig Wallace Ronnel Sotelo David Wilson Vincent Oyharcabal Tim Marchi Levy Middlebrooks, MVP

St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Sac. Heart B O’Dowd B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Loyola St. Ignatius St. Ignatius Jesuit St. Ignatius

1984

St. Patrick’s Bellarmine Bellarmine Brophy Brophy Christian Bros Sac. Heart St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Jesuit Jesuit

1981

Jesuit Jesuit Christian Bros Loyola Loyola B O’Dowd St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Sac. Heart B O’Dowd

Rich Whittlet Mark Gabrielle William Sanders Jack Vernon Pat Martin Guy Hatfield Sal Flores John Turner Marty Arenas Kirk Smith Eric White, MVP 1983

Loyola Jesuit St. Ignatius Sac. Heart Christian Bros Bellarmine Bellarmine St. Mary’s-S Sac. Heart Marin St. Ignatius

1980

Jesuit St. Mary’s-S Jesuit Jesuit St. Mary’s-S Moreau Moreau B O’Dowd Christian Bros St. Francis St. Mary’s-S

1977

Tim Ridge Chris Moritz Dave Heppel Cecil Morris Paul Boken Rod Beal Steve Green Kevin Simmons Laurence Held Matt Gallegos Guy 10Williams, MVP

1982

Marin Jesuit Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Sac. Heart St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Loyola Loyola Loyola

1979

B O’Dowd B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Sac. Heart Jesuit Jesuit Moreau Moreau Nev. Union St. Francis Moreau

1976

Mark Ghilarducci Steve Green Glen Michelmore Joe Schwall Mitch Silvani Jim Goudreau Bob Teller Guy Williams Dave Heppel Paul Walker Rick Paulsen, MVP

Chris Stromberg Mark Hedde Gus Galindo Tony Welch Otis Ward Laurence Held Kevin Simmons Rene LaVigne Robert Chavez Cecil Morris, MVP

Mark McCathrion Mark Weber Jay Haro Dave Campbell Doug Rishwain Julian Garcia Jesse Yamzon Ricky Smith Greg Wall Galen Sorrells Gus Gomozias, MVP

B O’Dowd Eastside Jesuit Jesuit St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Sac. Heart Sac. Heart St. Ignatius St. Ignatius St. Ignatius

1985

Loyola Bellarmine Bellarmine Jesuit St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Sac. Heart Brophy Sac. Heart Brophy Brophy

Robert Saitz Christian Kim John Stetzer John Sayers Chris Walker Ricky Smith Mike Anderson Will Baer Greg Wall Andrew Birgham Martin Dioli, MVP

St. Patrick St. Mary’s-S Christian Bros Bellarmine Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Jesuit Jesuit St. Ignatius St. Ignatius St. Ignatius


B Gorman: Bishop Gorman St. Mary’s-B: Berkeley

Arch. Mitty: Archbishop Mitty

B O’Dowd: Bishop O’Dowd

Univ. SD: University of San Diego

St. Mary’s-S: Stockton

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1986

Chris Walker John Sayers Mike Fiohr Avery Dority Peter Walsh Matt Cannon Brian Bowyer Tim Mouriski Mike Scholl Steve Weninger Mark Becker, MVP

Sac. Heart Bellarmine Bellarmine Christian Bros St. Ignatius St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Jesuit Jesuit St. Mary’s-S Jesuit Garces St. Ignatius St. Ignatius Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Bellarmine Bellarmine St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Christian Bros Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Jesuit Bellarmine Bellarmine St. Ignatius St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S

Garces Memorial St. Ignatius Bellarmine Christian Bros Sac. Heart Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

Josh Coughran Justice Durkee Doug Griffin Kevin McKechnie Dion Jackson Andre Miller Toby Bailey Marcus Kaufman Josh King Chris Griffin Isaac Fontaine, MVP

Bellarmine St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-S Christian Bros Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Loyola Loyola Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

1993

1989

Thaddeus Lewis Oliver Harrison Glenn Griffin Anzio Jones Monty Buckley James Johnson Jon Peterson J.J. Polk Mike Atkinson Destah Owens Tim Baxter, MVP

Brian Larkin John Duggan Kevin Williams Kevin McKechnie Pat Butherus Tony Brown Anthony Brown Robert King Chris Griffin Isaac Fontaine J.J. Polk, MVP 1992

1988

Monty Buckley Dale Palmer Anzio Jones Jay Pogacar Mike Atkinson Greg Walker Oliver Harrison Mike King Jason Wilcox Glenn Griffin Ben Rishwain, MVP

St. Mary’s-S Verbum Dei St. Ignatius Sac. Heart Bellarmine Christian Bros Christian Bros Christian Bros Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

1991

1987

Chris Krocheski Jason Webster Damon Pierson Mike King Vince Manfreda John Brown Mike Fohr Geoff Ogden Ben Rishwain Glenn Griffin John Hammer, MVP

Andrew Hill Anthony Brown Jeff Spaulding John Gumina Kevin Williams Kevin McKechnie Cornell West Monty Buckley Byron Austin Jon Peterson J.J. Polk, MVP

St. Patrick’s St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-S Sac Heart Christian Bros Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit Bellarmine Bellarmine Bellarmine

Gordon Driggs Jamal Cobbs Andre Miller Mike Wall Eric D’Amato Jeff Sutton John Bugatto Chris Hayashi Gio Carmazzi Chris Griffin, MVP Ben Ammerman, MVP

Christian Bros Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Garces Memorial Garces Memorial Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

1994

Joe Braucher Justin Love Sean Filippini Gary Flores Hasani Acklin Andre Smith Omarr Collins Gio Carmazzi Scott Darmstadt Dave Pendleton Steve Moss-Kelley, MVP

Sac. Heart Sac. Heart St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Jesuit Jesuit B O’Dowd B O’Dowd B O’Dowd

1995

Joe Braucher Albert Johnson, Jr. Joshua Hunt Alejandro Thomas Lucas Jubb Scott Darmstardt Matt Clifford Jay Bridges Dave Abramowitz Nathon Walton Matt Blakely, MVP

Sac. Heart Sac. Heart St. Ignatius St. Ignatius B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Jesuit Jesuit Univ. SD Univ. SD Univ. SD

1996

Alex Lando Mike Lindsay Michael Alston Brandon Payton Albert Johnson, Jr. Lyryan Russell Marlom Palmer Phillip Blackman DeShawn Jordan Anthony Jones Ron Barrow, MVP

Vancouver St. Mary’s-S De La Salle De La Salle Sac. Heart Sac. Heart Verbum Dei Verbum Dei Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

1997

Emon Grave Cesar Smith Luke Whitehead Jonathan Howard Jimmy Tricco Ron Barrow Mike McBrien Matt Vella Derek Lambeth Dave Abramowitz Luke Walton, MVP

Christian Bros Sac. Heart St. Ignatius Brophy Brophy Jesuit Jesuit B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Univ. SD Univ. SD

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All Tournament Players M.V.P. Awards 1998

Nick Tarbat Glenn Maley Derek Lambeth Jonathan Howard Mike Schwarley Brian Shaffer Cedrick Barrow Chris Walton Mike Malley Robert Sayle Luke Whitehead, MVP 1999

Matt Llewellyn Matt Traverso Chris Walton Nat Staggs Matt Conti Kareem Guilbeaux Ryan Tricco Jonathan Howard Maurice Tyree Roy Stigall Cedric Barrow, MVP

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Avery Bradley Nick Rivers Matt McConnel Paul Toboni Vince Legarza Anthony Simi Patrick Jemerigbe William Brew Ryan Bremond Jay Flores James Edwards, MVP Chris Blees, MVP

JFK St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-B St. Mary’s-B B Gorman B Gorman Jesuit Jesuit B O’Dowd B O’Dowd B O’Dowd

2007

Adrian Oliver Modesto Joe Harden St. Mary’s-S Anthony Simi St. Mary’s-S Daniel Hackett St. J. Bosco Jonathan Beane Bellarmine Jonathan Singletary Bellarmine Colin Hawley Jesuit Jared Stigall Jesuit Jordan Thurston St. Mary’s-B Rolando Oliver St. Mary’s-B Lawrence Gurganious, MVP St. Mary-B

2008

2005

2009

Bellarmine Brophy Brophy St. Ignatius St. Ignatius St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-B St. Mary’s-B Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

Philip Jones Jesse Lopez Low Jordan Thurston Larry Gurganious Cori Anderson Kashif Watson Weleh Dennis Conor Henderson Chris Cobb Sane Welsh Jesse Byrd, MVP

Sterling Arterberry Nick Peterson Joshua White Stephon Carter Chris Dixon Kyle Harvey Michael Ford Roosevelt Kirk Justin Brue Avery Bradley Abdul Gaddy, MVP

Christian Bros St. Mary’s-S Verbum Dei Garces Memorial Garces Memorial Jesuit Jesuit B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Bellarmine Bellarmine

2004

Santa Cla. Arch. Mitty Loyola Loyola St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Christian Bros Christian Bros Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

2001

Alex Minney Jimmy Blote Enrico Tucker Adam Matthews Cyrus Richardson Matt Traverso Mel Cuckovich Blake Mori Brandon Carpenter Gabriel Pruitt 12 Sterling Byrd, MVP

Univ. SD Christian Bros JFK St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S Modesto Modesto Jesuit Jesuit B Gorman B Gorman

Enrico Tucker Matt Boyd Jordan Scott Matt Payne Victor Chavez Liam Hughes Andray Glenn Weleh Dennis Brandon Carpenter Brandon Prescott Robert Porter, MVP 2003

Loyola Christian Bros Univ. SD Univ. SD St. Ignatius St. Ignatius Brophy Brophy Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

2000

Albert Soria Chris Hayes Omark Wilkes Matt Llewellyn James Payne Nate Pratt David Damron Matt Traverso Jake Stanfill Ceasor Dennis Maurice Tyree, MVP Phil Rasmussen, MVP

2006

2002

St. Mary’s-S Christian Bros B O’Dowd Brophy Brophy Jesuit Jesuit Univ. SD Univ. SD St. Ignatius St. Ignatius

Santa Clara St. Mary’s-S Univ. SD Edison Edison Christian Bros Christian Bros Jesuit Jesuit Centennial Centennial

David Schneider Vaughan Gaines Bo Henning Jason Rockwell Ruan Bremond William Brew Jared Stigall Chris Blees Mark Payne Anthony Simi Joe Harden, MVP

Brophy Bellarmine Christian Bros St. Joseph-ND St. Mary’s-B St. Mary’s-B Jesuit Jesuit St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S St. Mary’s-S

Christopher Baxter Mark Solorio Kevin Bailey Robert Sandoval Brandon Ashley Justin Brue Mackenzie McCullough James Moore Ryan Dunbar Joey Brooks Tim Frazier, MVP Rasheed Sulaimon Aaron Gordon Stephen Meade Bud Thomas Joey Ptasinski Jordan Barton Anders Hass Parker Uu James Moore Ryan Oliver Miles Cartwright, MVP

Verbum Dei St. Mary’s-S Clovis East Clovis East B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Jesuit Jesuit Strake Jesuit Strake Jesuit Strake Jesuit Strake Jesuit Arch. Mitty Arch. Mitty Regis Jesuit Regis Jesuit B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Jesuit Jesuit Loyola Loyola


B Gorman: Bishop Gorman St. Mary’s-B: Berkeley

Arch. Mitty: Archbishop Mitty

B O’Dowd: Bishop O’Dowd

Univ. SD: University of San Diego

St. Mary’s-S: Stockton

2011

2010

Ryan Winters Jacari Whitfield Parker Jackson-Cartwright Justin Childress Anders Haas Richard Longrus, Jr. Colin Wan Aaron Gordon Gary Melvin Akachi Okugo Parker Uu, MVP

Regis Jesuit St. Joseph-ND Loyola Loyola B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Arch. Mitty Arch. Mitty Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

Leo Smith Marvelle Harris Joshua Crum Kendall Jackson Deerryl Williams Armani Hampton John Gillon Rasheed Sulaimon Bryce Pressley Akachi Okugo Parker Uu, MVP

Oakland Tech Eisenhower B O’Dowd B O’Dowd Sheldon Sheldon Strake Jesuit Strake Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit Jesuit

Team Records Most Points, 1 Team, 1 Game:

106 - Jesuit vs. Bellarmine (1991)

Most Points, 1 Team, 3 Games:

274 - Jesuit (1991)

Most Field Goals, 1 Team, 1 Game:

44 - St. Mary’s (1981), Jesuit (1991)

Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Team, 1 Game:

15 - Jesuit (2008)

Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Team, 3 Games:

17 - Jesuit (1991)

Most Field Goal Att., 1 Game:

78 - Nevada Union vs. Christian Bros (1975)

Most Field Goal Att., 3 Games:

222 - Jesuit (1991)

Most Free Throws, 1 Team, 1 Game:

34 - Jesuit vs. Bishop Manogue (2011)

Most Free Throws, 1 Team, 3 Games:

73 - Marin Catholic (1976)

Most Free Throw Att., 1 Game:

42 - Jesuit vs. St. Bernard (1974) and Jesuit vs. Bishop Manogue (2011)

Most Free Throw Att., 3 Games:

118 - Marin Catholic (1976)

Most Assists, 1 Team, 1 Game:

31 - Jesuit (1991)

Most Assists, 1 Team, 3 Games:

77 - Jesuit (1991)

Most Steals, 1 Team, 1 Game:

22 - Bishop O’Dowd vs. Christian Bros (1984)

Most Steals, 1 Team, 3 Games:

42 - Loyola (1978)

Most Rebounds, 1 Team, 1 Game:

63 - Jesuit vs. St. Bernard (1974)

Most Rebounds, 1 Team, 3 Games:

126 - Nevada Union (1975)

Most Points, 2 Teams, 1 Game:

182 - Bellarmine 104, Garces 78 (1990)

Jesuit 106, Bellarmine 76 (1991)

Highest Field Goal %, 1 Game:

66% - St. Mary’s vs. Sacred Heart (1978)

Highest Field Goal %, 3 Games:

55% - Sacred Heart (1978)

Highest Free Throw %, 3 Games:

80% - Loyola (1977)

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Individual Records Most Points, 1 Game:

38 - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1981) John Gillon, Strake Jesuit (2011)

Most Points, 3 Games:

96 - Chris Krocheski, Jesuit (1987)

Most Rebounds, 1 Game:

24 - Tim Reinerston, Nevada Union (1975)

Most Rebounds, 3 Games:

53 - Tim Reinerston, Nevada Union (1975)

Most Assists, 1 Game:

12 - Bob Schwirian, Brophy (1981)

Most Assists, 3 Games:

23 - Les Walker, St. Francis (1975)

Most Steals, 1 Game:

11 - Gary Johnson, Marin Catholic (1974)

Most Steals, 3 Games:

17 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)

Most Field Goals, 1 Game:

17 - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1981)

Most Field Goals, 3 Games: Most Field Goal Att., 1 Game:

42 - Chris Krocheski, Jesuit (1987)

Most Field Goal Att., 3 Games:

76 - Rod Zanze, Christian Brothers (1974)

Most 3-pt Field Goals, 1 Game:

7 - Albert Soria, Santa Clara (2000) James Moore, Jesuit (2008)

Most 3-pt Field Goals, 3 Games:

11 - Albert Soria, Santa Clara (2000)

Most 3-pt Attempts, 1 Game:

11 - Brian Shaffer, Jesuit (1998)

Most 3-pt Attempts, 3 Games:

21 - Brian Shaffer, Jesuit (1998) John Gillon, Strake Jesuit (2011)

Highest 3-pt %, 1 Game:

100% - J.J. Polk, Jesuit (1991)

Highest 3-pt %, 3 Games:

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30 - Coy Miller, Nevada Union (1975)

59% - J.J. Polk, Jesuit (1991) Isaac Fontaine, Jesuit (1991)

Most Free Throws, 1 Game:

12 - Paul Boken, Loyola (1977)

Most Free Throws, 3 Games:

26 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)

Most Free Throw Att., 1 Game:

16 - Joe Yetter, Marin Catholic (1976)

Most Free Throw Att., 3 Games:

35 - Earl Koberlein, Bellarmine (1980)

Highest Field Goal %, 3 Games:

79% - Mark Alarie, Brophy (1980)

Highest Free Throw &, 3 Games:

90% - Tom Arndorfer, Jesuit (1980)

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Fr. Joseph F. Barry, S.J., 1917 - 1987 his is the thirty-ninth year of Jesuit’s annual Christmas basketball tournament. Originally named the Christmas Classic, it was renamed the Fr. Joseph Barry Christmas Classic in 1988.

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Father Joseph Barry, S.J. was born and raised in San Francisco. There he attended St. Ignatius High School and later entered the Jesuit Order in 1935. Prior to coming to Jesuit High School, Fr. Barry also taught for many years at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. His contributions to Jesuit High School were impressive. Father Barry taught physics and mathematics to a generation of students. He ran the campus bookstore and was one of Jesuit athletics’ greatest supporters. He also took on the responsibility of Director of Grounds and is still largely responsible for the beauty of Jesuit’s campus today. It is estimated that he planted more than 500 trees and established a lush landscape notable for its flowering shrubs and roses. Father Barry was known to be a great sports fan and basketball was a particular favorite. He volunteered to run the clock for home basketball games and some say that that helped to keep his enthusiasm in check. Father Barry’s love for basketball led him to suggest a basketball tournament that has now become a holiday classic. He wanted a tournament made up of Catholic schools in order to showcase their contributions to prep sports. The success of this tournament is due primarily to the efforts of Fr. Barry during its first ten years. In addition, Jesuit High School’s gymnasium was also dedicated to Fr. Joseph Barry, S.J. on the occasion of his golden Jubilee as a Jesuit in appreciation for all that he had contributed to the school since its opening in 1963.

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Bellarmine Lions Tacoma, WA ellarmine is a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition of education. It has close ties to the Jesuit order whose inspired leaders began this enterprise in one remote building in 1928 on the present site that overlooks the city and Mt. Rainier.

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Bellarmine moved from an all boys to a coeducational school in 1974. That year, St. Leo’s and Aquinas Academy girls’ schools joined with Bellarmine and created a consolidated Catholic high school for the Tacoma-Pierce County area. The merger was a success story. Today, Bellarmine enrolls approximately 1,000 students. They travel from as far away as Thurston, Kitsap and King counties. The school sits on 42 acres and has grown from one building to many, including a state-of-the-art library and computer facility. Solid, challenging college preparatory courses form the foundation of Bellarmine’s academic program, but students aren’t limited to the basics. A broad range of elective offerings are available. Students are also encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities, ranging from football to chess.

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The convictions of Bellarmine’s curriculum carry a hope that our students will become men and women who are personally experienced in the Jesuit mode of education. Bellarmine strives to graduate students who are open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. Central to this experience is the sharing of the Christian elements of education with others. For this reason, education at Bellarmine is a community experience. The goal is to produce “Men and Women for and with Others.”

Our Mission and Philosophy Bellarmine’s mission is to proclaim the Gospel message within an educational community and to graduate students who are leaders in action, modeled on Christ, and committed to the transformation He envisions for the world.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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Mar’kese Jackson Isaiah Flynn Curtis Brisbane-Wright Carson Hollyoak Sefo Liufau Rex Bodoia Jacob Salazar Will Wolf Lucas Meikle Jordan Jackson Logan Hickman Peter Morton

POS HT G G G G F G G F F F G F

6’3” 5’11” 5’11” 5’10” 6’4” 6’3” 5’11” 6’3” 6’9” 6’8” 5’11” 6’3”

WT YR 170 175 170 160 220 185 185 185 210 200 200 185

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Coach: Bernie Salazar Asst. Coaches: Paul Lagerstedt, Jenny Phillips, David Niehl, Frank Korbal Scorekeeper: Randy Gause Chaplain: Fr. Jerry Chapdelaine S.J. Trainer: Tigre Garcia, Kellie Fawcett Colors: Navy and White Enrollment: 1000 (coed) League: Narrows League President: Jack Peterson Principal: Chris Gavin Athletic Dir: Ed Ploof Address: 2300 S Washington St., Tacoma, WA 98405 Phone: (253) 752.7701 Website: bellarmineprep.org

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ocated in the hills east of the University of California, Berkeley, Campolindo serves the professionallyoriented and well-educated suburban communities of Moraga and Lafayette. Students, teachers and parents work together to provide a positive climate for learning where mutual respect, trust and esteem are valued. Since the inception of the Distinguished School Program, Campolindo has been recognized four times as a California Distinguished School, and twice has been a California nominee in the National Secondary School Recognition Program.

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In statewide API (Academic Performance Index) ratings, for the fifth year in a row, both the Acalanes District and Campolindo are ranked in the very top percentiles of all public high schools in California with an API score of 919. Nationally, Campolindo is recognized regularly in Newsweek magazine as one of the “Best High Schools in America.” The Association of California School Administrators honored Campolindo’s Principal, Carol Kitchens, as the Secondary Principal of the Year in 2009. The California Coaches Association selected our Athletic Director, Bob Wilson, as California Boys’ Athletic Director of the Year for 2010. These are just two recent examples of the high regard our staff and students have in their respective communities.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

# Name 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 14 21 22 33 34 44 45

Isaac Christian Matt O’Reilly Andrew Zolitakis Andrew Cassidy Sterling Strother Walter Brennan Justin Dunn John Schmitz Jack Evans Luke Hoyle Tyler Garrison Ryan Smith Christ Hansen Matt McCue

HT 5’11” 6’2 1/2” 6’0” 6’0” 6’5” 6’0” 6’4” 6’3” 6’0” 6’0” 5’11” 6’6” 6’6” 5’10”

WT YR 170 195 160 165 205 170 190 180 175 150 170 210 235 165

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Coach: Matt Watson Varsity Asst. Coach: Jeff Martin Weight Training Coach: Pat Clarkson Special Adviser: Lou Campanelli Colors: Red, White and Blue Enrollment: 1300 League: Pablo Valley Athletic League Principal: John Walker Athletic Dir: Bob Wilson Address: 300 Moraga Rd., Moraga, CA 94556 Phone: (925) 280.3950 Website: acalanes.k12.ca.us/campolindo

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Damien Spartans La Verne, CA n all-boys Archdiocesan Catholic high school, Damien’s primary mission is to teach as Jesus did. This mission, according to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, calls on faculty to integrate in their teaching the fourfold dimensions of Catholic education: message, community, worship and service. While acknowledging the tasks of education as belonging primarily to the parents, Damien views itself as sharing the responsibility and seeks to perform its services in partnership with the parents. Damien fulfills this ministry by helping the students realize their spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical and social potential. This ministry enables the individual to become a confident, self-disciplined Christian who actively participates in the life of the world.

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The physical and social development of a Damien student complements his spiritual and intellectual development. The program offered at Damien has as its core interscholastic sports, physical education classes, and many of the Associated Student Body club activities. The faculty encourages the students to be involved in these programs that are an important and rewarding aspect of school life. Through these programs, students have opportunities to improve their physical fitness and motor skills. They also have opportunities to develop leadership, self-discipline and a sense of good sportsmanship.

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Mission Statement Honoring the memory of Saint Damien de Veuster, SS.CC., Damien High School inspires in its students the commitment so well exemplified in the person of Saint Damien. The total school program promotes the development of the whole person within the Catholic tradition. Through prayer, fellowship, service, and instruction, Damien High School fosters a learning environment where students have opportunities to realize their spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and social potential. Students, parents, faculty, and staff join in community for the purpose of making Damien’s young men ready for the demands of college and the challenges of a rapidly changing world.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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Ryan Jourdain Thaddeus Smith Andy Torices Kevin Alfaro Jared Dizon Michael Fernandez Patrick Moesser Hunter Smith Keith Cavanaugh Tyler Ginyard Cade Cunniff Malik Fitts Micah Robinson Isaiah McCullough Calvin Collins Ayo Adedeji Jeremy Hemsley

POS HT G F G F G F F F G G G G G G G F G

6’0 6’4 5’11 6’6 6’3 6’2 6’1 6’4 6’3 5’10 6’1 6’2 6’0 6’3 5’11 6’4 6’3

WT YR 155 170 150 190 175 170 165 245 180 150 165 165 150 195 175 190 170

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Varsity Coach: Matt Dunn Asst. Coaches: Jeff Pucci, Scott Woodland, Griffin Ramme, Daniel Threadgill Colors: Green and Gold Enrollment: 950 (Boys) League: Sierra Principal: Dr. Merritt Hemenway Athletic Dir: Jeff Grant, Tom Carroll Address: 2280 Damien Ave., La Verne, CA 91750 Phone: (909) 596.1946 Website: www.damien-hs.edu

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Jesuit Marauders Carmichael, CA esuit High School of Sacramento is a Roman Catholic college preparatory dedicated to forming competent, young men as conscientious leaders in compassionate service to others for the greater glory of God. The school’s purpose is to lovingly serve the young men of the wider Sacramento area, from every ethnic and socio-economic background and a broad spectrum of academic achievement. All the young men who enroll in Jesuit High School are encouraged to use their spiritual gifts, intellectual talents, artistic qualities and physical abilities to be of help to those they encounter. Ultimately, the students are to be “agents for change,” “Men for Others.”

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The school’s 51 acre campus straddles the dividing line between Sacramento and the suburban district known as Carmichael. It draws students from more than 140 churches and parishes, 109 local elementary and junior high schools and 92 zip codes. Twenty-five percent of the student body commutes a distance greater than 20 miles and more than 200 students receive tuition assistance and participate in a workstudy program. Enrollment is currently at capacity and includes a Senior class of 251. Admission into Jesuit is selective: approximately 70 percent of the applicant pool is admitted each year. Traditionally, 98-100 percent of our graduates go immediately to college, 88-90 percent to four-year institutions and approximately 38 percent to private colleges and universities. Sixtythree percent of the Jesuit professional and certificated staff hold a Master’s Degree or higher.

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An interscholastic athletic program as a co-curricular activity is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at Jesuit High School. Athletics is designed to affirm and promote Ignatian values and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit. With 248 league titles and 102 section championships, Jesuit High School is the most successful athletic program in the region. The Student Athletic Center at Jesuit is one of the most advanced high school sports facilities in Northern California. Jesuit currently fields 36 teams in 15 sports at various levels supported by more than 80 coaches.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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Dante Henley Josh Soriano Von Curtis Joe Henry Lake Lutes Nick Hilton Jason Brown Isiah King Kirk Langley Andrew Hoy Isaiah Bailey Brady Anderson Kori Collons

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Coach: Greg Harcos Asst. Coaches: Matt Clifford, Jon Rotz, Marquese Smith Manager: Eric McLaughlin Stats: Thomas Lane Chaplain: Fr. David Klein, S.J. Trainer: Jaime Llopis, Jay Nacionales, Brooke Swanson Video: Anthony Smith Colors: Red and Gold Enrollment: 1060 (boys) League: Delta River League President: Fr. David J. Suwalsky, S.J. Principal: Brianna K. Latko Athletic Dir: Chris Fahey Address: 1200 Jacob Ln., Carmichael, CA 95608 Phone: (916) 482.6060 Website: jesuithighschool.org

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Modesto Christian Crusaders Modesto, CA odesto Christian School was founded in 1962 by Pastor Roy Blakeley and was one of 30 charter member schools of the Association of Christian Schools International. Pastor Blakeley’s vision was to have a school that would assist and support parents in their responsibility for teaching, training and preparing their children for life. This could be accomplished through an excellent Christ-centered education in which God and His Word serve as the foundation for all learning and living.

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The Elementary School, Middle School and High School make up the educational program at Modesto Christian School. Located on a spacious 55-acre campus, Modesto Christian functions as a traditional school within a Christian environment. Modesto Christian builds leaders on and off the court, graduating students who are academic achievers, effective communicators, community leaders and spiritually-equipped Christians.

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Modesto Christian High School offers Advanced Placement and Honors courses

Modesto Christian’s Performing Arts program has performed at both the Gallo Center for the Arts and the Modesto Junior College auditorium

Modesto Christian High School Science Olympiad Team was the only private school team to qualify for the 2011 California State Science Olympics

One hundred percent of Modesto Christian students are prepared to attend four-year or two-year colleges


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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T.J. Wallace Zarrion Payton Keoni Sabian Time Groen Mason Washington Anthony Brooks Christian Ellis Tyras Rattler Sam Onochie Raymond Bowles LeAndro Amador Anthony Townes Jackson Finch Maike Davila

POS HT G G G G G G G G F G C C G F

6’4” 6’0” 5’11” 6’0” 6’0” 6’0” 6’1” 6’0” 6’4” 6’5” 6’7” 6’6” 5’11” 5’10”

WT YR 205 165 175 180 180 170 185 180 200 195 190 200 165 225

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Coach: Gary Porter Asst. Coaches: Richard Midgley, Bob Cole, Howard Porter Managers: Cole Stephens/Ethan Cuthbertson Colors: Red, White and Blue Enrollment: 175 League: Trans Valley Senior Pastor / CEO: Lance Lowell Principal: Cynthia Jewell Athletic Dir: Greg Pearce Address: 5755 Sisk Rd., Modesto, CA 95356 Phone: (209) 529.5510 Website: modestochristian.org

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St. Joseph Notre Dame Pilots Alameda, CA tudents at Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School engage in a challenging and comprehensive curriculum that prepares them well for continued success at the university level and beyond. They make lifelong friendships as active members of SJND’s dynamic sports teams, unique clubs, campus ministry and spirited arts performances.

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Students learn reasoning and analytical skills in the classroom, where our faculty teaches students how to effectively communicate new ideas and participate in public discourse. Students don’t study science and math, they are scientists and mathematicians. Here, they acquire the skills they need to be successful in college and in complex, highly technological knowledge - based careers.

Students have the opportunity to try out for 31 different sports teams at SJND, from baseball and swimming to golf and cheerleading. The men’s varsity basketball team is part of a storied program that has won a record four state championships, most recently challenging for the 2012 California Div. V basketball championship.

College Counseling Faith and Service Students are involved in the ministry of the school through retreats, theology classes, liturgies, reflection and service. The retreat program is an integral part of spiritual exploration and development and each student embarks on a retreat every year, culminating with the Kairos retreat during Senior year. Students also participate in service learning, which integrates course curriculum and practical opportunities for students to learn new skills and contribute to society.

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SJND is one of the only area Catholic high schools with a counselor dedicated to college admissions. This specialist supports students in their college search and can develop strong relationships with college admissions personnel, providing our students with better opportunities to gain acceptance at their colleges of choice. At SJND, the expectation is that our students go on to college, and 98 percent of graduates do. The Class of 2012 was offered $3.16 million in college scholarships and awards.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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James Lafollette Elijah Fisher Rafie Herbert Quentin Caruso Marcus Harris Marc Voisenat Kyle Nash Justin Brown Lamont Banks Jordan Dyson James Choyce Temidayo Yussef C.J. Nobel

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5’ 10” 5’ 5” 6’ 3” 5’ 10” 5’ 10” 6’ 2” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 6’ 4” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 6’ 7” 6’ 5”

WT YR 170 145 165 165 155 175 170 200 220 160 195 215 210

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Coach: Don Lippi Asst. Coaches: Eddie McBride & Jon Musson Scorekeeper: Jada Hodge Video: Gene Venezuela Colors: Blue and Orange Enrollment: 400 League: Tri County Athletic League Principal: Simon Chiu Athletic Dir: Chris Pondok Address: 1011 Chestnut St., Alameda, CA 94501 Phone: (510) 523.1526 Website: sjnd.org

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St. Mary’s Rams Stockton, CA t. Mary’s High School is a Roman Catholic, four year, coeducational, college preparatory high school under the direction of the Bishop of the Diocese of Stockton. It is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and by the Western Catholic Education Association.

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COMMUNITY Our student population of 1068 represents the diversity of the San Joaquin Valley and includes Asian, Black, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander. Out of 73 dedicated faculty members, 35 percent hold masters or advanced degrees in their related fields of administration, teaching or counseling. Faculty include three members of the order of Oblates of St. Francis de Sales and the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. Student-to-faculty ratio is 16 to 1.

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CAMPUS Located on 25 acres in a residential neighborhood, St. Mary’s draws students from 56 local grammar schools. Facilities continue to expand to serve our mission of academic excellence. The campus includes an academic building that houses administrative offices, a modern library, technology center and five state of the art “smart” classrooms with wireless internet available throughout the campus. In addition, there are four classroom buildings including computer and technology classrooms, a cafeteria, student store and two gyms. Athletic facilities comprise a weight room, track facilities, baseball, football and soccer fields, a baseball field house, six tennis courts and an Olympic-size swimming pool. There is a student chapel and residence for the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales priests and brothers.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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Bryan Pascual Devin Williams Zach Zeyen Jourdan Johnson Matt Somers Tanner Haislip Jonel Ednalino Gabriel Vincent Patrick Lugo Ben Tsutsumi Jonah Ocon Sam Goudreau Jacob Aruta Max Paulsen

POS HT G G F G G G F G G F F F G G

5’9” 5’8” 6’4” 5’8” 5’11” 5’11” 6’3” 6’3” 5’10” 6’0” 5’11” 6’3” 6’0” 5’11”

WT YR 106 150 180 150 170 160 170 175 150 160 220 180 150 155

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Coach: Ken Green Colors: Green, White Enrollment: 1068 (coed) League: Tri-City Athletic Association President: Fr. John Fallon, O.S.F.S. Principal: Peter Morelli Athletic Dir: James Brusa Address: 5648 N El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95207 Phone: (209) 957.3340 Website: saintmaryshighschool.org

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St. Patrick / St. Vincent Bruins Vallejo, CA t. Patrick / St. Vincent High School’s history in Vallejo began in 1870 as St. Vincent Ferrer High School, a coeducational secondary school staffed by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. St. Patrick’s High School was established for male students in 1968 administered by the Christian Brothers of Ireland. The female students remained at the St. Vincent campus during this era. In 1987 the two schools reunited as St. Patrick / St. Vincent High School on our beautiful and ever evolving Benicia Road Campus.

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St. Patrick / St. Vincent High School (SPSV) students are challenged academically resulting in well over 95 percent attending college. We are blessed with qualified, dedicated teachers who pass on their excitement for their subject. Honor courses and Advanced Placement classes are offered in multiple subjects including History, English, Mathematics, Laboratory Sciences and World Language courses. SPSV provides a superior college preparatory education to the young people entrusted to our care. Outside of the classroom our students are also actively learning. SPSV is blessed to have an exceptional campus ministry program involving both student and adult leaders. Students benefit from our comprehensive guidance department for college and personal counseling, including an educational component for their parents. SPSV students enjoy an innovative school-wide leadership program. The school is currently involved in a multi-year technology plan including new classroom technology and expanded communication with our families via email/e-news. Families also have instant access to student progress using our online grading program. SPSV

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has a tradition of award-winning drama and choral programs, which compete locally and internationally in festivals. An expansive athletic program offers 20 different teams, which compete during the fall, winter and spring seasons. SPSV Bruins have won many championships including a State Title in 2008. Our website, spsv.org has team schedules as well as current information on all aspects of our busy campus life.

THE MISSION St. Patrick / St. Vincent High School, a diocesan Catholic college preparatory high school, challenges students to seek truth as creative critical thinkers and to be role models who are responsible citizens and compassionate individuals sharing their gifts with others.

THE VISION We are a place of Catholic Christian spirit and values where honor, character, excellence and compassion are abiding, lived realities. We are a community of learners where everyone actively pursues new knowledge every day. We are a school that embraces its role of creating and guiding students to become citizens of the world and stewards of Creation.


2012-2013 Varsity Roster

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Dennis Harris Jose Flores Marcus Oducado Jordan Hickman Austin Fitzpatrick Jason Webster Ivan Hudson Shawn Delgado Anthony Williams Jalen Canty Steven Dent Ricky Fagundes Ryan Stewart Jabari Jaymes

POS HT G G G G F G G G F PF F F C PF

5’11” 6’3” 5’8” 6’5” 6’4” 6’0” 6’0” 5’11” 6’2” 6’7” 6’6” 6’2” 6’8” 6’4”

WT YR 200 165 145 170 180 175 160 170 205 230 205 180 180 240

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Coach: Derek Walker Asst. Coaches: Darryl Walker and Bakari Hendrix Manager: Antonio Delgado and Griffin Scales Colors: Green and Gold Enrollment: 530 League: TCAL President: Mary Ellen Ryan Principal: Tamra Smith Address: 1500 Benicia Rd., Vallejo, CA 94591 Phone: (707) 644.4425 Website: spsv.org

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