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2018-19 Media Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INFORMATION Welcome..............................6-7 Coaches..............................12-15 Varsity..................................16-24 Alumni .................................26-27 Junior Varsity........................28-31 Freshman.............................34-37 Baseball Boosters................43 Trinity League Opponents....44 22062 Antonio Parkway, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

STAY CONNECTED: PRESIDENT Mr. J. Andrew Sulick ‘91 PRINCIPAL Mr. Raymond Dunne ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Athletics Mr. Jim Hartigan ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Faculty & Instruction Mr. John Hayek ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Student Services Mr. Tom Smith VICE PRESIDENT Student Activities and Campus Security Mr. Sammer Darwazeh VICE PRESIDENT, Chief Financial Officer Mrs. Michelle Balash Lencioni VICE PRESIDENT Mr. Sergio Muniz ‘91

Facebook: SMCHS: at facebook.com/smchseagles Alumni: at facebook.com/smchs

Twitter: @SMCHSEagles @SMCHSAthletics @SMCHSBaseball

Instagram: @smchsathletics @santamargaritaealges LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/smchs

GAMECHANGER LINKS: Varsity http://gc.com/team-5c0e8bc3c16ba80020d98d75 JV http://gc.com/team-5c5878cb3ca4b7002196e60a Freshman http://gc.com/team-5c587a356f08ea001fa96f0f Frosh Soph http://gc.com/team-5c587c1c1d41680020224c47

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SANTA MARGARITA

catholic high school

Accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

#1

Catholic high school in Orange County and No. 1 co-educational Catholic high school in Southern California – Niche.com

#1

Catholic High School in Southern California – The Washington Post

2018-2019 SCHOOL PROFILE OVERVIEW Santa Margarita Catholic High School is a co-educational, college-preparatory school founded in 1987 under the leadership of the Diocese of Orange. Santa Margarita’s learning community empowers students with the experiential knowledge, multidisciplinary skills and self-confidence to become faith-filled and responsible stewards with a global focus. Known for the breadth and quality of its academic programs including the rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, innovative technology, student-centered classrooms, emphasis on service and social justice, nationally-recognized athletic program, award-winning performing and visual arts programs and active student body – Santa Margarita provides a well-rounded educational experience. Centered in the school’s charism of Caritas Christi, the love of Christ, Santa Margarita strives to develop people

#15

Catholic High School in the nation – The Washington Post

1of 6

Catholic IB World Schools in California

90%

student participation in extracurricular activities

69%

of 112 faculty members hold advanced degrees

14:1

student-teacher ratio; average class of 22

63

performing and visual arts classes

of faith, skilled lifelong learners, healthy individuals and involved citizens of the world.

2018-2019 STUDENT BODY • 63% Caucasian, 15% Asian/Pacific Islander, 10% Hispanic/Latino, 10% Multiracial, 1% African American, 1% Native American/Alaskan • 49% male, 51% female • 25% of Santa Margarita students receive tuition assistance/scholarships • 93% U.S. citizen, 7% non-U.S. citizen

GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION

ENROLLMENT: 1,670 Class of 2019

schools represented 84 middle (Orange County, CA)

420

Class of 2020

379

represented 42 communities (Orange County, CA)

Class of 2021

426

Class of 2022

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Nine-Time Recipient of the CIF-SS Commissioners Cup

Microsoft Showcase School five consecutive years

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countries represented by 115 international students

CURRICULUM & GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS SCHEDULE

GRADING SYSTEM

School year includes: • Two semesters comprised of approximately 18 weeks • Six 55-minute periods meet daily • Each class meets four times per week

SMCHS is a non-ranking school

• All students must take seven courses per semester (9th-12th grade) • All classes are academic – athletics and extracurricular activities occur after school.

ACADEMIC GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Religion English Social Studies Science Mathematics World Languages Fine Arts Health Physical Education Electives

4 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 3 years 2 years 1 year ½ year 2 years 4 years TOTAL

A 90-100 C 70-79 B 80-89

F 59 & below

D 60-69

• Pluses and minuses do not affect GPA • Honors/AP/IB receive an extra point for Cs and above • Maximum number of credits for GPA calculation is 280 • All academic courses are counted on the transcripts with no exceptions • Remediation is recommended for all Ds and required for all Fs

*Each semester class is 5 credits

CIF team championships and 208 league championships

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CUMULATIVE ACADEMIC GPA DISTRIBUTION Class of 2018

4.5 & above 55 2.0 – 2.49 2.5 – 2.99

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449 118 4.0 – 4.49 students

270 credits

• Minimum GPA to graduate is 2.0

3.0 – 3.49

• First Honors: 4.0 and above (weighted) • Second Honors: 3.5-3.99 (weighted)

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121 3.5 – 3.99

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GAME DAY ESSENTIALS

THE EAGLES NEST CAMPUS STORE APPAREL •

GIFTS •

ACCESSORIES

CAMPUS STORE HOURS: Monday–Thursday: 7-4pm Friday: 7-3pm

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ADMINISTRATION WELCOME Welcome to high school athletics at its highest level! Success in any sport requires a tremendous amount of teamwork, dedication and effort parents, coaches and players joining together in the pursuit of excellence. A special thank you to our parents for their hard work, support, and countless hours spent to ensure the players and coaches have what is essential for a successful season. I am inspired by your loyalty and commitment. I also want to recognize the student athletes from both teams competing today for their dedication and perseverance. This is not an easy game, and the sacrifices they have made are appreciated by all of us. We pray that God protects and blesses all of the players, coaches, officials and fans involved and keeps them free from harm and injury. In a recent message Pope Francis wrote about sports and the human person saying,

“We need to deepen the close connection that exists between sport and life, which can enlighten one another, so that the effort to surpass oneself in an athletic discipline also serves as a stimulus to always improve as a person, in all of life’s aspects. This pursuit puts us on the path that, with the help of God’s grace, can lead us to the fullness of life that we call holiness. Sport is a very rich source of values and virtues that help us to become better people.” Message of the Holy Father to the prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, on the occasion of the publication of the new document of the Dicastery “Giving the very best of yourself”, on the Christian perspective of sports and the human person. We look forward to enjoying this season with you all as we embark on another exciting year of Eagle athletics! Go Eagles! J. Andrew Sulick ‘91 President

Welcome SMCHS Fans and Supporters! I am very pleased to welcome you to this Eagle athletic contest. One thing I know for sure is that this event will be filled with dynamic and spirited play by the Eagles and their opponents. The history of SMCHS sports is one of great success on both the league level (207 championships), CIF-SS level (66 championships) and the CIF State level (7). As a school community we are very proud of this distinguished and outstanding record. The SM students who are involved in athletics are in the truest sense student-athletes. Each of them takes seven academic classes during the day and then heads off to practice and games. They face challenging academics as well as challenging athletics particularly in Trinity League action. As their principal, I am very proud of the way they learn to practice great time management skills so they are able to balance all the challenges they face and for the outstanding way they represent SMCHS. Our coaches and players are very dedicated individuals who have a passion for success. Santa Margarita has at its heart our charism, Caritas Christi, the love of Christ. Each student, coach, teacher, staff member and family is called to bring the love of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ to each other and to their world. All members of the SM family are called, as are all Christians, to be Christ to a world that is sorely in need of His message of unconditional love. A special welcome to those of you who are with us from the school we are playing; it is great to have you here. To all SMCHS fans, thank you for your support! Here at Santa Margarita we all know the truth of our slogan, “Every Day is a Great Day to be an Eagle!” Ray Dunne Principal


ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT WELCOME Welcome to the 2018-2019 Eagle Season! On behalf of the Santa Margarita Catholic High School Athletics Program, we would like to thank all of our parents, alumni, fans and sponsors for their support.

athletic arenas and leaders within our school community are born.

The mission of our program first and foremost is to foster and develop a culture of Caritas Christi – the love of Christ, within each student-athlete. We believe participation in athletics develops far more than strength, speed, skill, stamina and flexibility. Our student-athletes push for excellence in their sports and work hard to fulfill their potential in the classroom. The forging of strong character transcends the respective

We are grateful for the continued support and overflow of passion shown to our student-athletes by parents, alumni, fans and sponsors alike. Coaches, we thank you for your passion and commitment to our student-athletes and our school community. Best of luck to all of our student-athletes! Go Eagles!

Jim Hartigan Assistant Principal, Athletics

Annie Mai-Garrett ‘04 Athletic Director

Upcoming opportunities to learn more about Santa Margarita Catholic High School

SHADOW DATES To sign-up for a shadow day, visit our website at www.smhs.org/admissions A five-day notice is required.

March 1, Friday March 7, Thursday March 13, Wednesday March 15, Friday*

April 12, Friday April 16, Tuesday May 8, Wednesday *Rally Day 8:15am-2:05pm

Together Eagles

ACHIEVE MORE

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COACHING STAFF CHRIS MALEC

Varsity Head Coach

Santa Margarita alum Chris Malec 01’ enters his 2nd season as the Head Coach of Eagle Baseball. Chris took over as Head Coach in December of 2017. The Eagles went 13-18 in his first season. Chris served as an Assistant Varsity Coach for the Eagles during 2016 and 2017 seasons prior to taking the helm. Before coming to SM, Chris was the Associate Head Coach/Associate Faculty at Saddleback College from 2012-2015 seasons. Chris primarily worked as the infield coach and hitting coach in addition to running the offense. During his time Coaching the Gauchos, he saw 41 of his players move on to 4 year schools. All 3 of the shortstops Chris coached at Saddleback moved on to 4 year schools and eventually, professional baseball (Josh Fuentes - Rockies, Colby Schultz - Royals, Luke Jarvis - Marlins). The Gauchos made the playoffs 3 of 4 years during Chris’ tenure, advancing to the Super Regionals twice. While coaching at Saddleback College Chris founded the Saddleback Cowboys Baseball Club in 2014, a developmental baseball program from youth athletes ranging from 11-17. The Cowboys have grown into a nationally recognized program, both for their tournament success and ability to assist players move on the the next level. In all, the Cowboys have over 60 players graduate and move on to 4 years schools in their short 4 years. The Cowboys have placed in the top 4 in numerous age groups at the USA National Team Championships several different times. As a player, Chris earned All Serra League honors three straight seasons at Santa Magarita, as well as being selected to the All-Orange County Team. Chris attended UC Santa Barbara where he was selected as a Freshman All-American. By the time Chris finished his college career he added three All Big West Selections to his resume and a Baseball America Summer All American for his performance for the YD Red Sox in the Cape Cod League, where he was also named an All Star. Chris gained national attention when he he was diagnosed with cancer during his senior season. After missing 4 weeks undergoing surgery and chemotherapy treatments, Chris returned to action against Long Beach State, and hit a grand slam in his first at bat. Chris continued treatments through the season while continuing to play. He has been in remission since the summer of 2005. Chris began his professional career in 2005 when he was drafted by the New York Yankees, reaching as high as Class AAA. He was a three-time league champion and a 2008 All-Star. Chris retired from professional baseball after after the 2010 season. During his playing days Chris was recognized by Baseball America as the player with “The Best Plate Discipline.” Chris resides in Rancho Santa Margarita with his wife Caitlin, a teacher at SMCHS, and their two children, Tomás (4) and Colin (2).

LETTER FROM THE COACHES Dear Family and Friends of Santa Margarita Baseball, We are excited to get rolling into the 2019 Spring Baseball Season. The student athletes have shown tremendous efforts in our off-season program, training hard and making strides in the weight room and on the field since June. We hope to produce a memorable and exciting experience for players, parents and fans this coming spring season. Our mission is to create and empower successful young men of character through the sport of baseball. We believe baseball has a unique ability to mirror life in so many ways, from the commitment to the daily process, to the highs and lows of each day, and to the relationships built on and within the team. We strive to cultivate a competitive atmosphere that encourages players to grow on and off the field. We want to thank you for supporting our Eagle Baseball program. The Eagle Baseball family would not be possible without your generous gifts of time, money and care that truly makes for a special community. We look forward to having you and your student athletes as a part of our Eagle Baseball family for years to come.

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COACHING STAFF WILLIE KUHL Varsity Pitching Coach | Pitching Coordinator

Coach Willie Kuhl is entering his 1st season as the Varsity Pitching Coach for the Eagles. Willie pitched for 4 seasons at Cal State Fullerton. In his 4 years, Willie compiled a 6-6 record with 2 saves, a 3.13 career ERA (Team Leading 1.37 ERA in 2014), 137 strikeouts in 110.0 career innings (11.01 K/9). Willie also ranks 9th in All-Time Appearances at CSF (87). Willie was part of 4 postseason teams, including 2 trips to the Super Regionals and 1 College World Series trip (2015). After finishing his playing career at CSF, Willie began his coaching career at Mission Viejo HS (2016) before moving on to become the Pitching Coach at Fullerton College (2017-2018). In 2 full seasons as the Hornets pitching coach, Fullerton had 4 All Conference Pitchers and multiple pitchers sign on to 4-year schools. In 2018, The Hornets finished in the top 3 in Conference ERA and Walks Allowed. In just their second year under Coach Kuhl, The Hornets pitching staff performed better in all major statistical categories by lowering their H/9, BB/9, ERA and increasing their K/9. Willie will also be serving as a Contract Substitute Teacher for Santa Margarita High School. Helping cover many different subjects throughout the year. Willie and his wife Jessica currently reside in Laguna Hills.

SETH MELTON

Varsity Hitting Coach | 3rd Base Coach

Coach Seth Melton is in his 2nd season as a coach at Santa Margarita Catholic High School. Coach Melton has been coaching for 19 years, primarily in Arizona. Melton’s teams in Arizona played in 3 state championship games, winning 2 state titles (2014 and 2016) and has coached multiple players that have gone on to play at the college and professional levels. In addition to coaching, Melton will serve as a world history teacher at Santa Margarita. Coach Melton has been married to Brande for 18 years and together they have two children: Tyler (16) and Paige (12). Coach Melton and his family currently reside in San Clemente. In his spare time Melton enjoys archery hunting, surfing, and watching his children play sports.

OSCAR BARRERAS

Varsity Outfield | Hitting Coach

Coach Oscar Barreras is entering his second season as varsity assistant coach at Santa Margarita Catholic High School. Before becoming a coach, Oscar played collegiately at Chaffey Community College where he received his AA degree. He then continued his education and playing career at Cal State University, San Bernardino where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business. A power hitting corner infielder and outfielder, Oscar has had the opportunity of traveling the United States, Mexico, and Canada to play the game of baseball. He shares these experiences with his players and prepares them to take advantage of the educational and playing opportunities that baseball can provide. Oscar began coaching about 10 years ago and has become a highly successful travel baseball coach in Orange County. His teams have competed mostly in the 12U-16U age groups and have won multiple league and tournament championships in Nevada, Arizona and California. In addition, Oscar has served on the coaching staff at Woodbridge High School in Irvine. Oscar now makes his home in Rancho Santa Margarita with his wife, Mahsa and their two wonderful children. Baseball | SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL | 2018-19

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COACHING STAFF WADE JACKSON

Assistant Varsity Coach

Coach Wade Jackson is from Lake Forest, where he played football and baseball at El Toro High School. He was a two-year varsity letterman in football and baseball. Wade earned All South Coast League honors two years in a row for each sport. Wade attended Saddleback Community College where he was selected All Orange Empire Conference two years in a row. Wade was elected to the Saddleback Hall of Fame. He then transferred to University of Nevada, Reno where he earned Big West honors two years in a row. Wade was then drafted by the Anaheim Angels where he played in the minor league system for two years before hanging up his cleats. After Wade’s playing days, he jumped into the coaching atmosphere teaching young boys to play the game at highest level. He has managed at the travel ball level for 20 plus years. He also coached at El Toro High School at the varsity and JV levels for 3 years. Wade spent 5 years running teams for BPA coaching teams to National Championships and Perfect Game champions. Wade now co-runs the Saddleback Cowboys Baseball Organization, which has become a nationally recognized organization enables players to compete at the highest level.

NICK CAPPUCCILLI

Junior Varsity Pitching Coach

Coach Nick Cappuccilli is an Orange County native who played four successful seasons for Edison High School, where he was team captain for three of the four seasons. Nick went on to play collegiate ball at the University of Northern Colorado, Golden West College, and Dakota Wesleyan University, again serving as team captain in two of his college seasons. Additionally he played in multiple collegiate summer leagues in the U.S. and Canada. Coach Cappuccilli studied Spanish and psychology on his way to a bachelor’s degree and received his master’s degree in 2012. Coach Cappuccilli traveled to Europe to compete in the European Professional Baseball League, while also coaching youth players and coaches to introduce and expand baseball in various European countries. In 2014, he traveled to Vladivostok, Russia and Santiago, Dominican Republic where he conducted clinics for local coaches and players. In 2015 he travelled to Shanghai, China to work with Major League Baseball in their player development department in order to promote Chinese, Taiwanese, and Korean baseball players to the major leagues. Upon completion in China, he returned to Russia as part of a baseball development and expansion project, where he conducted clinics and demonstrations for over 250 youth athletes and coaches. Coach Cappuccilli joined the Eagle’s program after spending the 2012 season assisting at Costa Mesa High School and the 2013 season as the pitching coach for Newport Harbor. Baseball runs in his family as his brother is a hitting coach in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his brother in law is former major league baseball player, Dale Thayer. Coach Cap recently moved to Rancho Santa Margarita with his wife Ornela and their daughter Reya. He brings with him a natural and an infectious enthusiasm as he is welcomed back for his 4th year as a valuable member of the Eagles coaching staff.

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COACHING STAFF PATRICK VISCONTI Junior Varsity Head Coach

Coach Visconti is in his 1st year of coaching baseball at SMCHS. He is an SM baseball alum from the class of 2006, and he is also the Director of Campus Ministry on campus. Patrick played throughout high school and after receiving a few opportunities to play D-1 collegiate baseball, decided to pursue a career in education/ministry. Patrick credits his love for the game and excitement for coaching from his experience of playing alongside several future major leaguers and from coaching in the Challenger Baseball League, a league for kids age 5-20 with developmental disabilities.

JASON “JJ” NAVARRO Freshman Head Coach

Coach Jason “JJ” Navarro is entering his first year as the varsity pitching coach for the Eagles. Jason played for the travel ball organization ABD under the late Mike Speirs. In 2007, Jason was chosen to play for a national travel organization where he had the opportunity to play in Puerto Rico against some of the best young talent on the island. He went on to play college baseball at Lon Morris College in east Texas. When Jason was fifteen years old he met Tom House and the National Pitching Association, which is a research based training facility for rotational athletes. Over the last 12 years Jason has assisted in working with and next to many elite Major League pitchers and a number of NFL quarterbacks, such as Ian Kennedy, Cole Hamels, Barry Zito, Tim Tebow, Matt Barkley and many more, as well as the “Million Dollar Arm” competition winners Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel. Jason is also in his third year of coaching with the Saddleback Cowboys who have gained national recognition after being established only five years ago.

MATT HAMILTON Freshman Assistant Coach

Coach Hamilton is a 2018 graduate from SMCHS and former Eagle Baseball pitcher. As a scholar athlete, Matt was not only involved in Eagle Baseball, but served in Peer Ministry his senior year and excelled in academics all four years at SM. This past fall of 2018 he attended a military preparatory school and plans on attending a United States Service Academy this summer. He is happy to return to Eagles Baseball as a part of the 2019 season coaching staff.

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

NUMBER NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE 4 Aaron Lamont 5’11” 175 Inf 12 6 Alex Schrier 6’1” 180 Rhp/Of 12 22 Cade Connolly 6’2” 180 Lhp 11 5 Chance Ducote 5’11” 140 Of 11 27 Chase Nenad 6’3” 200 Of 11 54 Colby Wallace 6’4” 205 Of/Lhp 10 21 Connor Bane 6’4” 200 Of/Rhp 11 18 Conor Burdian 6’0” 160 Of/Rhp 11 3 Daniel Faccini 5’7” 170 Of,Lhp 12 7 Ethan Flanagan 6’3” 180 Lhp/Of 10 12 Jack Collins 5’11” 170 C 10 15 Jake Bartolucci 5’10” 155 Lhp 12 16 Jake Carroll 6’2” 190 Of 12 41 Jake Pistone 6’4” 185 Rhp 12 2 Jeff Bounds 5’9” 160 Inf 12 9 John Turner 6’0” 155 1B 11 13 Jonny Giannola 6’0” 203 Inf 11 17 Matt Mcclure 6’4” 170 Rhp 11 20 Michael Mira 5’9” 155 Inf 11 8 Milan Tolentino 6’1” 180 Ss/Rhp 11 10 Riley Walters 6’0” 170 Of 12 14 Roger Thomas 6’1” 170 Lhp/Of 11 11 Spencer Edwards 6’3” 190 Lhp 12 24 Trevor Clift 6’3” 240 1B 11 23 Zach Crandall 5’11” 180 C 10

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

Saturday 2/9/2019 Blue/Gold Scrim - Opening Day SMCHS 9:00 AM Thursday 2/14/2019 Loara Tourn. vs Woodbridge SMCHS 2:30 PM Saturday 2/16/2019 Loara Tournament TBA TBA Tuesday 2/19/2019 Loara Tournament TBA TBA Thursday 2/21/2019 Loara Tournament TBA TBA Saturday 2/23/2019 Loara Tournament TBA TBA Wednesday 2/27/2019 CVCS Great Park 6:30 PM Saturday 3/2/2019 El Dorado El Dorado 11:00 AM Monday 3/4/2019 Gahr USC 11:00 AM/2:00 PM Tuesday 3/12/2019 OLU * SMCHS 3:15 PM Wednesday 3/13/2019 OLU Hart Park (OLU) 7:00 PM Saturday 3/16/2018 OLU Hart Park (OLU) 7:00 PM Tuesday 3/19/2019 Mater Dei * Mater Dei 6:30 PM Wednesday 3/20/2019 Mater Dei SMCHS 3:15 PM Thursday 3/21/2019 Mater Dei Mater Dei 6:30 PM Monday 3/25/2019 Pride Classic Tournament Phoenix, Arizona TBA Tuesday 3/26/2019 Pride Classic Tournament Phoenix, Arizona TBA Wednesday 3/27/2019 Pride Classic Tournament Phoenix, Arizona TBA

Wednesday

3/27/2019

Pride Classic Tournament Phoenix, Arizona TBA

Thursday 3/28/2019 Pride Classic Tournament Phoenix, Arizona TBA Wednesday 4/3/2019 Hart Saddleback College 3:30 PM/6:00 PM Tuesday 4/9/2019 Servite * SMCHS 3:15 PM Wednesday 4/10/2019 Servite Servite 3:15 PM Friday 4/12/2019 Servite SMCHS 3:15 PM Tuesday 4/16/2019 St. John Bosco * SMCHS 3:15 PM

Wednesday

4/17/2019

St. John Bosco

St. John Bosco

3:15 PM

Saturday

4/20/2019

St. John Bosco - Senior Day

SMCHS

12:00 PM

Tuesday 4/23/2019 J Serra * SMCHS 3:15 PM Wednesday 4/24/2019 J Serra J Serra 6:00 PM Thursday 4/25/2019 J Serra * SMCHS 3:15 PM Friday 5/3/2019 CIF PLAYOFFS - Round 1 TBA TBA Tuesday 5/7/2019 CIF PLAYOFFS - Round 2 TBA TBA

Friday

5/10/2019

CIF PLAYOFFS - Quarterfinal

TBA

TBA

Tuesday

5/14/2019

CIF PLAYOFFS - Semifinal

TBA

TBA

Satruday 5/18/2019 CIF PLAYOFFS - Finals TBA TBA

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

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#4 AARON LAMONT

#6 ALEX SCHRIER

#22 CADE CONNOLLY

#5 CHANCE DUCOTE

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

#27 CHASE NENAD

#54 COLBY WALLACE

#21 CONNOR BANE

#18 CONOR BURDIAN

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#3 DANIEL FACCINI

#7 ETHAN FLANAGAN

#12 JACK COLLINS

#15 JAKE BARTOLUCCI

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

#16 JAKE CARROLL

#41 JAKE PISTONE

#2 JEFF BOUNDS

#9 JOHN TURNER

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#13 JONNY GIANNOLA

#17 MATT MCCLURE

#20 MICHAEL MIRA

#8 MILAN TOLENTINO

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

#10 RILEY WALTERS

#14 ROGER THOMAS

#11 SPENCER EDWARDS

#24 TREVOR CLIFT

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EAGLE VARSITY BASEBALL

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SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ATHLETIC PROGRAM

Designed for elementary through middle school athletes

SPORTS OFFERED: BASKETBALL FOOTBALL BASEBALL GOLF

LACROSSE SOCCER SWIMMING VOLLEYBALL

WATER POLO TRACK AND FIELD TENNIS and more!

For more information and to register visit

www.smhs.org/athletics/summer-camps twitter.com/smchsathletics

instagram.com/smchsathletics

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EAGLE ALUMNI Player Name

Grad Yr Pos

College(s)

Highest Level

MLB Organization (Draft) MLB Years Current Org (Level)

Mike Balicki 1993 USC NCAA Marc Mosman 1993 P Cal St Dominguez Hills A San Fransisco (1995) - Eric Sees 1993 SS Stanford U. A- Kansas City (1996) - Curt Fiore 1995 IF Loyola Marymount U. AA Atlanta (1999) - Casey Grzecka 1998 C UCLA, Long Beach St AA Chicago - NL (1998) - James Hawkins 1995 Houston Astros Barry Hawkins 1997 P Saddleback Col, Cal St Fullerton A- Seattle - (1997) - Nick Mosich 1998 C USC NCAA - Mike Penney 1995 P USC AAA Miluawakee (1998) - John Shelley 1998 University of California Texas Rangers Randall Shelley 1998 IF UCLA A+ - Matt Strickroth 1998 OF-1B Notre Dame NCAA - Matt VanCoutren 1998 St Marys Randy Vanderplow 1998 P Washington A -   Jeff Larue 1999 2B Washington St A+ -   Tim Dean 2000 P USD Matt Williams 2000 P Lewis Clark State David Lagrew 2001 P Pacific NCAA -   Chris Malec 2001 2B California-Santa Barbara AAA New York - AL (2005) -   Matt Wilkerson 2001 OF California-Santa Barbara A St Louis -   Michael Beattie 2002 OF Pepperdine U. NCAA -   Eric Brock 2002 P Saddleback Col, UNLV Ind Houston (2002) -   Brendan Judge 2002 P Pepperdine U. Atlanta (2002) -   Cody Campbell 2003 P Cal St Northridge, San Diego St NCAA -   Blake Feaser 2003 P Loyola Marymount U. NCAA -   Jared Hughes 2003 P Long Beach St, Santa Clara U. MLB Pittsburgh (2006) 2011-2018 Cincinnati Reds (MLB) Justin Bunkis 2004 1B Loyola Marymount U. NCAA -   Matt Cusick 2004 2B USC AAA Houston (2007) -   Mike Gaggioli 2004 P Georgetown U. NCAA -   David Huffman 2004 OF California-Davis NCAA -   Doug Reinhardt 2004 3B A- Anaheim (2004) -   Kirk Barnard 2005 Irvine Valley College Michael Brady 2005 P California MLB Florida (2009) 2017-2017 Milwaukee Brewers (MLB) Blair Dunlap 2005 OF UCLA A- Baltimore (2010) -   Tim May 2005 C Pennsylvania NCAA -   Michael Aspergan 2006 John Hopkins Daniel Bibona 2006 P California-Irvine A St Louis (2010) -   Jeff Cusick 2006 IF California-Irvine A- Philadelphia (2010) -   Daniel Rose 2006 IF St. John's U. NCAA -   Mark Samuelson 2006 IF California-Riverside Ind -   Mike Ferraro 2007 CF-RF San Diego, Orange Coast Col A New York - AL (2010) -   Jaren Shears 2007 Oral Roberts Sean Sullivan 2007 2B Pacific NCAA -   Kyle Willett 2007 Vanguard University Brett Williams 2007 P Loyola Marymount U., USC NCAA -   Barret Arthur 2008 OF Purdue U. NCAA -   Jordan Heil 2008 St. Mary's College Blaine Jones 2008 P Seattle U., Saddleback Col NCAA -   John Lally 2008 P Loyola Marymount U. NCAA Boston (2008) -     24

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EAGLE ALUMNI ALUMNI EAGLE Player Name

Grad Yr Pos

College(s)

Highest Level

MLB Organization (Draft) MLB Years Current Org (Level)

Marc Navarro 2008 OF UCLA NCAA Trayce Thompson 2008 OF MLB Chicago - AL (2009) 2015-2017 New York Yankees (MLB) Thomas Emanuele 2003 UCI Robert Kelly 2009 2B Saint Anselm Col Ind - Blake Leyva 2009 2B-SS Santa Clara U. NCAA -   Stefan Olson 2009 P Columbia U. NCAA -   Nick Wagner 2009 P Oregon, Cal St Dominguez Hills RK Anaheim (2014) -   Gaston Escudero 2010 IF Penn St NCAA -   Andrew Mulato 2010 Michigan State/Chapman Kyle Richter 2010 P USC NCAA Colorado (2010) -   Wes Van Boom 2010 C Brown U. NCAA -   Evan Manarino 2011 P CA Irvine, Saddleback College AA Oakland (2015) - Oakland Athletics (A+) Ryan Matranga 2011 C San Francisco RK San Fransisco (2016) -   Jon Bradford 2012 IF Purdue U. NCAA -   Jeremy Witt 2012 P Pennsylvania NCAA -   Tony Bone 2013 Saddleback College Patrick Figueroa 2013 Saddleback Coll / U of Oregon Tyler Halleck 2013 Orange Coast College Bill Heisler 2013 Washington University Cory Mendoza 2013 Saddleback College, IVC Josh Meyer 2013 C Grand Canyon U. NCAA -   Austin Ponzi 2013 P Long Beach State Andrew Thompson 2013 Washington University Connor Timmons 2013 Saddleback College C.J. Webster 2013 C Northwestern St. Crowder Coll Jamie Vought 2013 Santa Ana College Griffin Canning 2014 P UCLA RK Anaheim (2017) - Los Angeles Angels (Rk) J.J. Carr 2014 IF Cincinnati, Colorado Mesa U. NCAA -   Dillon Miyashiro 2014 Azusa Pacific University Jordan Steele 2014 Cal State Monterey Bay Kevin Thomsen 2014 P Princeton U. NCAA -   Ryan Buononato 2015 Santa Ana College James Griffin 2015 TCU (Bullpen catcher) Connor Hilburn 2015 Lakeland College Andrew Mendonca 2015 Chapman University Nick Meyer 2015 C Cal Poly SLO A New York New York Mets (A) Nick Plaskett 2015 Irvine Valley College Johnny Carr 2016 OF Colorado Mesa University Konnor Kwok 2016 P Claremont McKenna Alec Telles 2016 P Hawaii Hilo Josh Nicoloff 2017 INF Columbia Joey Myers 2017 INF California-Davis Nick Defazio 2017 INF Trinity College Chandler Champlain 2018 P - 1B USC Andy Concialdi 2018 INF Hope International University Joseph Canty 2018 OF Saddleback College Zach Desanto 2018 INF Saddleback College Justin Evans 2018 P Saddleback College Baseball | SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL | 2018-19

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EAGLE JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL

NUMBER NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE 52 ADLER CARRISON 6'5" 210 1B/RHP 10 10H/11A ASHTON BARTOLUCCI 5'6" 140 INF/OF 10 14 BLAKE NIEMI 5'7" 146 INF 11 30 BRETT DAVIS 6'0" 180 C, INF 10 3 CARTER STEGIN 5’8" 135 OF,LHP 10 16 COLIN BURKE 5'11" 160 OF 11 2H/5A DEAN MAAS 5'6" 145 INF/OF 11 54 DEREK WILKINS 6’5" 220 OF 10 20 HUNTER DODD 6'0" 180 1B/RHP 10 18 JOSH ROBINSON 6'0" 145 INF/LHP 11 9 KYLE WADKINS 6'0" 160 INF 11 6 LEYTON VILLANUEVA 5’7" 135 INF 10 27H/7A MATT FLAHARTY 5'11" 145 INF 10 51 MATTHEW PORCHAS 6'2" 200 RHP/OF 9 17H/15A RAGAN EDWARDS 6'0" 160 INF/OF 10 4H/41A SPENCER JOHNSON 5'11" 150 OF/RHP 10 23H/12A TANNER BURKE 5'9" 175 INF 10 21 WILSON HALL 6'0" 165 1B/RHP 10

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EAGLE JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

Saturday 2/9/2019 Blue/Gold Scrim. | Opening Day SMCHS 9:00 PM Thursday 2/14/2019 Garden Grove vs Capo SMCHS 3:00 PM Saturday 2/16/2019 Garden Grove vs El Toro El Toro 11:00 AM

Tuesday

2/19/2019

Garden Grove vs Dana Hills

Dana Hills

3:00 PM

Thursday

2/21/2019

Garden Grove vs San Clemente

SMCHS

3:00 PM

Saturday 2/23/2019 Garden Grove vs Tesoro SMCHS 11:00 AM Thursday 2/28/2019 CVCS San Juan Sports Park 6:30 PM Saturday 3/2/2019 Gahr SMCHS 11:00 AM/2:00 PM Monday 3/4/2019 El Dorado SMCHS 3:15 PM Tuesday 3/12/2019 OLU * Hart Park (OLU) 7:00 PM Wednesday 3/13/2019 OLU SMCHS 3:15 PM Friday 3/15/2019 OLU SMCHS 3:15 PM Tuesday 3/19/2019 Mater Dei * SMCHS 3:15 PM Wednesday 3/20/2019 Mater Dei Mater Dei 6:30 PM Friday 3/22/2019 Mater Dei SMCHS 3:15 PM Friday 3/29/2019 University SMCHS 2:15 PM/4:30 PM Wednesday 4/3/2019 Hart SMCHS 2:30 PM/4:30 PM Tuesday 4/9/2019 Servite * Servite 3:15 PM Wednesday 4/10/2019 Servite SMCHS 3:15 PM Friday 4/12/2019 Servite Servite 3:15 PM

Tuesday

4/16/2019

St. John Bosco *

St. John Bosco

3:15 PM

Wednesday 4/17/2019 St. John Bosco SMCHS 3:15 PM Saturday 4/20/2019 St. John Bosco St. John Bosco 11:00 PM Tuesday 4/23/2019 J Serra * J Serra 3:15 PM Wednesday 4/24/2019 J Serra SMCHS 3:15 PM Thursday 4/25/2019 J Serra J Serra 3:15 PM

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#52 ADLER CARRISON Height 6’5” Weight 210 Position 1B/RHP Grade 10

#2H/5A DEAN MAAS Height 5’6” Weight 145 Position INF/OF Grade 11

#10H/11A ASHTON BARTOLUCCI Height 5’6” Weight 140 Position INF/OF Grade 10

#54 DEREK WILKINS Height 6’5” Weight 220 Position OF Grade 10

#14 BLAKE NIEMI Height 5’7” Weight 146 Position INF Grade 11

#20 HUNTER DODD Height 6’0” Weight 180 Postion 1B/RHP Grade 10

#30 BRETT DAVIS Height 6’0” Weight 180 Position C, INF Grade 10

#18 JOSH ROBINSON Height 6’0” Weight 145 Position INF/LHP Grade 11

#3 CARTER STEGIN Height 5’8” Weight 135 Position OF,LHP Grade 10

#9 KYLE WADKINS Height 6’0” Weight 160 Position INF Grade 11

#16 COLIN BURKE Height 5’11” Weight 160 Position OF Grade 11

#6 LEYTON VILLANUEVA Height 5’7” Weight 135 Position INF Grade 10

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EAGLE JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL #27H/7A MATT FLAHARTY Heigth 5’11” Weight 145 Position INF Grade 10

#4H/41A SPENCER JOHNSON Height 5’11” Weight 150 Position OF/RHP Grade 10

#51 MATTHEW PORCHAS Height 6’2” Weight 200 Position RHP/OF Grade 9

#23H/12A TANNER BURKE Height 5’9” Weight 175 Position INF Grade 10

#17H/15A RAGAN EDWARDS Height 6’0” Weight 160 Position INF/OF Grade 10

#21 WILSON HALL Height 6’0” Weight 165 Postion 1B/RHP Grade 10

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EAGLE FRESHMAN BASEBALL

NUMBER NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE 2 AIDAN DOWNEY 5’5” 125 OF/LHP 9 16 AIDAN EKIZIAN 5’7” 145 OF/LHP 9 4 ALEX GRACE 5’5” 135 OF 9 22 ALEX WALLACE 6’4” 180 INF/RHP 9 8 AUSTIN LUECK 5’9” 140 INF/C/P 9 24 BRETT LUCKHAM 6’2” 220 1B/LHP 9 18 DOMINIC SISON 5’8” 145 INF/P 9 17 GARRET LEHMAN 6’1” 170 INF 9 13 GEORGE ZHOU 5’8” 145 INF 9 6 IAN GROGAN 5’11” 160 OF 9 9 JACK MCKEEHAN 5’10” 150 INF 9 7 JACK YUROSEK 5’8” 145 INF/P 9 5 JAKE TYLER 5’4” 110 INF/C/P 9 21 JOSEPH BECERRA 6’2” 256 1B 9 20 LUCAS PEDRO 5’8” 130 INF 9 23 KYLE EVANS 6’4” 150 1B/RHP 9 10 NOAH ORTIZ 5’8” 130 1B/RHP 9 15 PRESTON DORAND 5’7” 140 OF/RHP 9 14 ROMEN CHRISTENSEN 5’6” 125 C, INF 9 12 RYAN NOPPER 5'9" 140 INF 9 3 RYAN PALMER 5’3” 115 INF 9 11 TANNER WARADY 5’10” 152 INF/P 9 32

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EAGLE FRESHMAN BASEBALL SCHEDULE

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

Saturday 2/9/2019 Blue / Gold Scrimmage SMCHS 9:00 AM Thursday 2/14/2019 Garden Grove vs Capo Valley Capo Valley 3:00 PM Saturday 2/16/2019 Garden Grove vs El Toro SMCHS 11:00 AM Tuesday 2/19/2019 Garden Grove vs Dana Hills SMCHS 3:00 PM Thursday 2/21/2019 Garden Grove vs San Clemente San Clemente 3:00 PM Saturday 2/23/2019 Garden Grove vs Tesoro Tesoro 11:00 AM Monday 2/25/2019 OLU * El Modena Park 3:00 PM Thursday 2/28/2019 Mater Dei * Mater Dei 6:15 PM Saturday 3/2/2019 Servite * SMCHS 11:00 AM Thursday 3/7/2019 St. John Bosco * SMCHS 3:15 PM Saturday 3/9/2019 J Serra * SMCHS 11:00 AM Thursday 3/14/2019 OLU El Modena Park 3:00 PM Saturday 3/16/2019 OLU SMCHS 11:00 AM Thursday 3/21/2019 Mater Dei SMCHS 3:15 PM Saturday 3/23/2019 Mater Dei Mater Dei 10:00 AM Saturday 3/30/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Trabuco SMCHS 11:00 AM Monday 4/1/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Tesoro Tesoro 3:00 PM Tuesday 4/2/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Laguna Hills SMCHS 3:00 PM Wednesday 4/3/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Huntington Huntington Beach 3:00 PM Saturday 4/6/2019 Bishop Amat Bishop Amat 11:00 AM Thursday 4/11/2019 Servite Servite 3:15 PM Saturday 4/13/2019 Servite SMCHS 11:00 AM Thursday 4/18/2019 St. John Bosco St. John Bosco 3:15 PM Saturday 4/20/2019 St. John Bosco SMCHS 10:00 AM Thursday 4/25/2019 J Serra SMCHS 3:15 PM Friday 4/26/2019 J Serra J Serra 11:00 AM

EAGLE FROSH/SOPH BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Saturday 2/16/2019 J Serra SMCHS 2:00 PM Saturday 2/23/2019 OLU SMCHS 2:00 PM Monday 2/25/2019 Foothill Foothill 3:00 PM Thursday 2/28/2019 CVCS SMCHS 3:15 PM Saturday 3/2/2019 Garh Garh 11:00 AM/2:00 PM Monday 3/4/2019 El Dorado El Dorado 3:15 PM Saturday 3/16/2019 OLU SMCHS 2:00 PM Monday 3/18/2019 Mater Dei SMCHS 4:00 PM Thurday 3/21/2019 Mater Dei Mater Dei 3:15 PM Wednesday 3/27/2019 University University 3:15 PM Saturday 3/30/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Capo Capo Valley 11:00 AM Monday 4/1/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs El Toro SMCHS 3:00 PM Tuesday 4/2/2019 Villa Park Tour. vs Dana Hills Dana Hills 3:00 PM Wednesday 4/3/2019 Villa Park Tour. Ocean View Ocean View 3:00 PM Saturday 4/6/2019 St. John Bosco St. John Bosco 11:00 PM Saturday 4/13/2019 Servite SMCHS 2:00 PM Saturday 4/20/2019 St John Bosco SMCHS 1:00 PM Friday 4/26/2019 J Serra J Serra 3:15 PM Baseball | SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL | 2018-19

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#2 AIDAN DOWNEY Height 5’5” Weight 125 Position OF/LHP Grade 9

#18 DOMINIC SISON Height 5’8” Weight 145 Position INF/P Grade 9

#16 AIDAN EKIZIAN Hieight 5’7” Weight 145 Position OF/LHP Grade 9

#17 GARRET LEHMAN Height 6’1” Weight 170 Position INF Grade 9

#4 ALEX GRACE Height 5’5” Weight 135 Position OF Grade 9

#13 GEORGE ZHOU Height 5’8” Weight 145 Position INF Grade 9

#22 ALEX WALLACE Height 6’4” Weight 180 Position INF/RHP Grade 9

#6 IAN GROGAN Height 5’11” Weight 160 Position OF Grade 9

#8 AUSTIN LUECK Height 5’9” Weight 140 Position INF/C/P Grade 9

#9 JACK MCKEEHAN Height 5’10” Weight 150 Position INF Grade 9

#24 BRETT LUCKHAM Height 6’2” Weight 220 Position 1B/LHP Grade 9

#7 JACK YUROSEK Height 5’8” Weight 145 Position INF/P Grade 9

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EAGLE FRESHMAN BASEBALL #5 JAKE TYLER Height 5’4” Weight 110 Position INF/C/P Grade 9

#14 ROMEN CHRISTENSEN Height 5’6” Weight 125 Position C, INF Grade 9

#21 JOSEPH BECERRA Height 6’2” Weight 256 Position 1B Grade 9

#12 RYAN NOPPER Height 5’9” Weight 140 Position INF Grade 9

#20 LUCAS PEDRO Height 5’8” Weight 130 Position INF Grade 9

#3 RYAN PALMER Height 5’3” Weight 115 Position INF Grade 9

#23 KYLE EVANS Height 6’4” Weight 150 Position 1B/RHP Grade 9

#11 TANNER WARADY Height 5’10” Weight 152 Position INF/P Grade 9

#10 NOAH ORTIZ Height 5’8” Weight 130 Position 1B/RHP Grade 9 #15 PRESTON DORAND Height 5’7” Weight 140 Position OF/RHP Grade 9

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#6 ALEX SCHRIER

#16 JAKE CARROLL

Favorite Memories: Watching Derek bring the broom out after sweeping Mater Dei and coach not being very happy with that but we got hyped in the locker rooms. Kairos

Favorite Quote: “Send It”

Future Plans: Play baseball at UCSB

Favorite Quote: “Winning isn’t everything but wanting it is”- Arnold Palmer Favorite Athlete: Marcus Stroman Thank You: “I would like to Thank everyone who has helped me develop as a baseball player and a person. Thank you to my parents and fans. Thank you to my teammates for making the past 4 years the best of my life. Lastly, thank you to the coaches for spending so much time with us and for pushing us to be the best we can be.

#4 AARON LAMONT Future Plans: Undecided

Favorite Memories: Sweeping Mater Dei junior year. Jack Madden’s joke at practice that caused the entire team to run sprints. Favorite Quote: “Figure it out”-Ryan Torrey Favorite Athlete: Nolan Arenado Thank You: First I would like to thank my coaches for always pushing me to do my best, and developing myself and others to be successful as a team and as individuals. I would also like to thank my teammates for always being there for the grind and giving constant support and entertainment. Lastly, I’d like to thank my parents for all the love and support they give me in everything I do. It is very much appreciated, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them.

#3 GIANDAN FACCINI

Future Plans: Major in biblical studies at San Diego Christian Favorite Memories: Special Olympics freshman year. Winning 20 games on frosh/soph Favorite Quote: “Bad angle”- Ryan Torrey Favorite Athlete: Billy Wagner Thank You: I would love to thank my brothers for an amazing experience for the last 4 years. I wouldn’t trade you guys for the world. I also have great gratitude towards my parents for letting me attend this amazing school. I know how hard you guys work and it does not go unnoticed. Last but not least, I would love to thank all my coaches. Thank you for giving me the great privilege to play base ball here at SM and you all have taught me many lessons that I will remember for the rest of my life. Thank You!

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Future Plans: TCU Favorite Memories: Hitting a home run, eating lunch with my teammates

Favorite Athlete: Manny Machado Thank You: Thank you to my mom for always pushing me and inspiring me to be a better person. My dad for reminding me who I am and how to treat others. My grandparents for sharing their knowledge and life lessons to help me mature. My uncle and aunt for being my role models on how to live a positive lifestyle.

#15 JAKE BARTOLUCCI Future Plans: Undecided

Favorite Memories: Winning district and sectionals in Little League All Stars. Also starting in the student vs. teacher basketball game senior year. Best Advice for Teammates: “Always put in the extra work outside of practice” Favorite Athlete: Mike Trout Thank You: I would like to thank, most importantly, my parents for giving me such a great life, paying for me to be at this school, coming to every baseball game I’ve ever had, and all the constant love and support you have given me. I would also like to thank all the coaches for all the dedication and work they put in so this program can be turned around into a winning team. And of course, I thank all of my teammates. Thank you guys for being my 2nd family, always having my back and pushing me to be my best. It’s been an unforgettable 4 years.

#41 JAKE PISTONE Future Plans: Undecided

Favorite Memories: Cooperstown. Shadowing Spencer Sophomore year and playing games in every class. Favorite Quote: “I know who I am, I know what I believe, & that’s all I need to know” Will Smith Favorite Athlete: Luis Severino Thank You: I would like to thank my family for everything they have done for me. They have always been there for me and if it was not for them I would not be where I am today. I also want to thank all the coaches I have had in my life, good and bad. Whether my coaches have believed in me or not, they have helped shape me into the ballplayer I am and I wouldn’t trade that for anything. Finally, I would like to thank God for the life I have.

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#2 JEFF BOUNDS

#11 SPENCER EDWARDS

Favorite Memories: Kairos with the boys

Favorite Memories: Extra innings games at USC and UCI. Kairos 135

Future Plans: I am committed to Grinnell College in Iowa to continue my academic and athletic pursuits.

Favorite Quote: “I love it when people doubt me”-Derek Jeter Favorite Athlete: Erik Aybar Thank You: I would like to thank my dad who is my role model, my back bone, and one of my best friends. Whether it is playing catch, throwing BP, taking me fishing, or just talking; he is always there for me. He is the reason I am who I am today and I am thankful and proud to be his son. My mom is the strongest woman I know. She is my “Go To” person and my emotional support. When I need to talk to someone, she is always there to guide me in the right direction. Michael, thank you for being my best friend, my super fan, and role model. You are a living image of the type of man I aspire to be one day. Thank you to the coaches for being there for me and the team always. Coach Malec, on and off the field, you inspire me to be a better person. A man of few words, you alone are enough to inspire myself and the entire team. To my teammates, I love all of you as brothers. The wins, losses, learning lessons, Kairos, and even the late nights grind with Coach Torrey. I cherish everything. Each and every one of you has made an impact on my life. Love you guys. Finally thank you to my Grandpa, who has been to every one of my practices growing up, games, and showcases without fail. He had been on earth, and still is watching over me every day.

#10 RILEY WALTERS

Future Plans: I plan to attend Cornell University to play baseball

Best Advice for Teammates: “Value your days here that you spend with your best friends as it goes by in the blink of an eye.” Favorite Athlete: Carl Edwards Jr. Thank You: I would like to thank my dad for introducing me to this game and the countless hours he has put in with me as a coach. All the redeye flights you took so that you wouldn’t miss seeing me play while working tirelessly to allow all 3 of your sons to go to this school, I cannot thank you enough. To my mom, the superwoman who can do it all, thank you for putting up with us 3 boys daily, your ability to show genuine care for every task that comes to you is appreciated not only by us, but also this program as a whole. You both have been the most influential people in my life and I truly look up to you both. I would like to thank Cooper and Ragan for bringing me constant joy, you both have been there through it all. And to Coach Malec, thank you for reassuring me what I am capable of, helping me become a better baseball player and a man of Christ, and always showing respect for this game. Lastly, I’d like to thank my teammates, my brothers, for grinding together daily

and growing together through our experiences that will last forever.

Future Plans: Undecided

Favorite Memories: In January this year we were down by 4 to Valencia with only 4 outs to come back. We rallied back and won in the bottom of 7th with Milan’s walk off single. We then charged the field in celebration and joy. The energy during and after that game was truly amazing. Also going to Kairos with my team was the best experience in my 4 years. I found God and was able to get much closer to the teammates I love. Favorite Quote: “What is real will prosper” Favorite Athlete: Mike Trout Thank You: I would like to thank my parents for supporting me on my journey every step of the way. Whether it be my dad driving me places my 1st few years, or my mom making sure everything was clean for the next baseball practice or game, I was always ready to go and where I needed to be. My parents helped me to keep an open mind and positive attitude playing baseball, and have helped me overcome the challenges I have faced while playing baseball. I would also like to thank Coach Malec and all of the other coaches in this program for giving me a chance. Thank you for giving me a spot on the team which helped me develop as a player and as a teammate. I will be forever grateful for the opportunities I received and memories I made with this team.

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BASEBALL BOOSTERS President

Tony Bartolucci (Senior & Soph)

Secretary

Jennifer Edwards(Senior & Soph)

Treasurer

Pearl Villanueva(Sophomore)

Board Member

Terry Evans (Freshman)

Board Member

Steve Bounds (Senior)

Advertising/Banners

Michelle Walters (Senior)

Banquet (End of season)

Suzy Turner (Junior)

Community Service

Brianne Burke (Sophomore)

Fundraising - Eagle Golf Classic

Jami Tyler (Freshman)

Field Day

Jim Ducote (Junior)

Locker Posters

Ami Dorand

Meet & Greet

Terry Evans (Freshman)

Nutrition Program

Monica Porchas (Freshman)

Opening Day BBQ

Bridee Schrier / Jen Edwards

Parents Night Out

Erica Giannola (Junior)

Senior Day

Heather McClure (Junior) Helen Flanagan (Sophomore)

Snack Shack

Michelle Mira (Junior)

Lead Photographer

Teppi Crandall (Sophomore)

Varsity Team Mom/Team support

Jennifer Edwards (Senior & Soph)

JV Team Mom

Katherine Stegin (Sophomore)

Fresh Team Mom

Stacie McKeehan (Freshman)

Technology

Michelle Johnson (Sophomore)

Uniform Distribution

Katherine Stegin (Sophomore)

Vouchers (ANGELS)

Lori Evans (Freshman)

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TRINITY LEAGUE OPPONENTS

EAGLE FROSH

JSERRA

ORANGE LUTHERAN

MATER DEI

Coach: Brett Kay Address: 26351 Junipero Serra Rd, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Coach: Eric Borba Address: 2222 N Santiago Blvd, Orange, CA 92867

Coach Richard Mercado Address 1202 W Edinger Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92707

# Name Positions Gr. Ht Wt _________________________________________________________

# Name ________________________________

# Name Gr. ______________________________

1

Jake Taylor

LF

Jr.

5-9

170

2

Josiah Castillo

4

Anthony Chiaramonte Sr.

3

Colin Blanchard

1B, C

So.

6-0

185

3

Chad Born

6

Jack Perez

Sr.

CJ Rodriguez

Sr.

5

Cody Schrier

2B, SS

So.

5-11

170

4

Gabe Huante

7

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Michael Curialle

CF, SS

Sr.

6-2

175

5

Nathan Blocher

11

Joey Nicolai

Sr.

8

Kevin James

INF, LF

So.

6-0

190

6

Jasiah Dixon

12

MJ Gabaldon

Sr.

9

Colby Canales

3B, SS

Jr.

6-2

175

7

Caden Conner

14

Drew Porter

So.

Grady Birmingham

Jr.

10

JP Kraus

OF

Sr.

6-1

170

8

Max Rajcic

15

11

Chase Katafias

2B, 3B

Sr.

5-11

160

10

Karson Moore

16

Mason Stinson

Sr.

12

Zach Stephen

C, 1B

Sr.

6-3

210

11

Justin DeCriscio

17

Scott Svendsen

Sr.

13

Nino Vultaggio

OF

Sr.

6-2

185

12

Drake Frize

19

Kyle Scott

Sr.

Daniel Williams

Sr.

14

Gage Jump

LHP, OF

So.

5-9

165

13

James(Tank) Espalin

20

15

Cal Cole

LHP

Sr.

6-4

180

14

Karson Bowen

22

Roger Vasquez

Jr.

16

Gabe D’Arcy

OF, 3B

So.

6-2

190

15

Elijah Buries

23

Blake Penso

So.

17

Cameron Cooke

RHP

Jr.

6-1

165

16

Luke Tillitt

26

Cameron Wheeler

Sr.

Alonzo Tredwell

So.

19

Tristan Lamaison

RHP

Fr.

6-0

160

17

Christian Rodriguez

28

21

Luke Jewett

C, RHP, OF So.

6-3

185

18

Cooper Gilmour

36

Hunter Cope

Sr.

22

Jack Gibson

RHP, 3B

So.

6-0

180

20

Luke Belden

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Christian Schwarz

Jr.

23

Blake Klassen

LF, 1B

Sr.

6-2

200

22

Brett Pierson

24

Paul Roche

C

Sr.

5-11

180

23

Jonathan Guzman

25

Jared Glenn

RHP, 1B

Jr.

6-3

180

24

Brandon Heidal

27

Ryan Farmer

RHP

Sr.

5-11

155

26

Garrett Frechette

33

Hunter Cranton

RHP

Sr.

6-4

210

27

Carl Lawson

37

Dylan Jaquez

RHP

Sr.

6-0

175

33

Joseph Wiersma

99

Andrew Miller

RHP, UTIL

Sr.

6-0

175

35

Graysen Tarlow

36

Jared Thomas

40

Jimmy Urban

42

Evan Adolphus

44

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Brandon Winters

INF

Jr.

1

Alex Figueroa

SS

Sr.

5-8

150

2

Tim Davidson

OF, P

So.

2

Derek Delgado

2B, SS

Sr.

5-9

165

4

Adam Baytosh

INF

Sr.

3

Joe Kulberg

3B

Sr.

6-2

190

10

Garret Guillemette

C

Jr.

4

Coby Morales

3B, 1B

Jr.

6-3

220

12

Knolton Clark

P

Sr.

5

DJ Uiagalelei

RHP, OF

Jr.

6-5

235

13

Alec Rath

P

Sr.

6

JonJon Vaughns

OF, RHP

Jr.

6-2

200

16

Emanuel Dean

OF

Sr.

7

Ty Collins

RHP, CF

Jr.

6-3

160

21

Max Snyder

P

Sr.

8

AJ Ortiz

3B, SS, 2B Jr.

6-2

185

22

Jake Lappin

INF, P

Jr.

9

Alberto Rios

SS

Jr.

5-11

170

23

CJ Masciel

INF

Sr.

10

David Hays (C)

1B, LHP

Sr.

6-3

225

26

Sean Lugo

INF

Sr.

11

Sebastian Orduno

CF, LHP

Sr.

5-10

185

Abel Oropeza

INF

Sr.

12

Kyle Moates

LHP

Sr.

6-3

200

Angelo Aguilera

P

Jr.

13

Luis Gutierrez

C

Jr.

5-11

185

Ben Miltko

P

So.

14

John Gallegos

C

Jr.

6-3

170

Chris Grothues

P

Fr.

15

Jonathan Bueno

RHP

Sr.

5-9

165

Lachlan Scott

OF

Sr.

16

Jeffrey Smith

OF, RHP

Sr.

6-3

195

Liam Mulkerin

C

Sr.

17

Elijah Landin

OF

Sr.

5-7

155

Marc Schavone

INF

Jr.

19

Jaelen Williams

1B

Jr.

6-1

210

Matt Schavone

P, OF

Jr.

20

Guggiana Nicholas

1B

Sr.

6-0

195

Mikey Santos

INF

So.

21

David Robles

OF

Jr.

6-3

190

Peter Newton

P

Jr.

23

Bradford Garcia

LHP

Sr.

5-8

135

RJ Horvatin

OF

Sr.

24

Nikolas Molina

3B

Sr.

5-7

190

Robert Fernandez

INF

Jr.

25

Oscar Favela

C, RHP

Sr.

6-0

195

Ryan Stock

INF

Jr.

27

Stephan Chavez

2B, LF

Sr.

5-10

170

Sean Galvin

OF, P

Jr.

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