An interscholastic athletic program as a co-curricular activity is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at a Jesuit high school. Athletics is designed to affirm and promote the Ignatian values as stated in the Profile of the Graduate at Graduation and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit. Student-athletes, coaches and parents are called upon to work together in a true spirit of sportsmanship to assist in creating an environment in which those Ignatian values can be revealed, tested, and proven relevant both to participants and the entire school community.
Through participation in athletics at a Jesuit high school, students will mature physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. They will learn to take responsibility for personal growth by developing loyalty, pride, integrity and commitment. Athletics provides the opportunity for the student-athlete to exhibit a progression of physical skills and knowledge of a particular sport, enabling him/her to apply these skills and knowledge to new situations an a variety of learning formats. Through participation in athletics, the student-athlete learns that God is active in all things and that individual and liturgical prayer will bring him/her closer to God. The student-athlete comes to trust that he/she is known and loved by God: that love invites a personal response, which is an expression of movement within the human heart beyond self-interest or self-centeredness. The student-athlete is called to be conscious of the call to be a leader in service and to acknowledge his/her active commitment toward fostering a just society. Every member of a Jesuit high school community must seek to encourage, instill and foster such growth and development in all student-athletes.
An interscholastic athletic program as a co-curricular activity is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at a Jesuit high school. Athletics is designed to affirm and promote the Ignatian values as stated in the Profile of the Graduate at Graduation and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit.
The interscholastic athletic program is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at Jesuit High School. It provides an environment where the student may develop and refine athletic skills, test those skills through suitable competition and develop leadership and sportsmanship. Our athletic philosophy is designed to support and affirm the philosophy and mission statement of Jesuit High School and attempts to promote and put into action the Profile of the Graduate at Graduation, as found on pages 2-4 in the Student-Parent Handbook.
Jesuit has been blessed to experience many amazing student-athletes over the last fifty years. Likewise, we have had some of the most successful coaches in the country and we have been treated to some of the best volunteers and supporters a school could hope for. The Jesuit High School Athletics Hall of Fame will recognize and honor those who have made a significant impact on the athletic community through their achievement and their service.
Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2014!
Louis Stanfill ‘03, Eric Fry ‘05, and Blaine Scully 06′ were named as starters in the USA’s do or die game against Uruguay on Saturday March 29, 2014. They were instrumental, including Eric Fry’s second half try, in the USA’s 32-13 victory that gave the team a berth in the 2015 Rugby World Cup. It is noteworthy that 3 of 15 starters on a national team are from the same high school.
Varsity basketball split a pair of Delta River League games last week, beating Oak Ridge (75-57) and losing a heart-breaker to Folsom (58-55 in OT). This moves the Marauders to 20-2 (4-1 in the DRL) on the season. Jesuit trails Folsom by 1 game for 1st place in the DRL standings.
The JV team also split a pair of DRL games this past week. Jesuit lost tot Oak Ridge and beat Folsom (52-48). The JV team is 12-9 on the season (2-3 in the DRL).
Varsity basketball opened Delta River League play with a pair of wins last week, beating Ponderosa (69-41) and Sheldon (75-51). The Marauders travelled to Berkeley on Monday to participate in the 15th Annual De La Salle MLK Tribute at UC Berkeley. The Marauders suffered their first loss of the season, dropping the game (60-50) to the Newark Memorial Cougars. Jesuit is 18-1 on the season (2-0 in the DRL).
Varsity basketball remained undefeated on the season with two more wins. Jesuit beat #9 ranked Woodcreek (65-56) on Tuesday, and routed Christian Brothers (82-54) on Friday. The wins move Jesuit to 16-0 on the season, and are ranked #2 by the Sacramento Bee in the Sacramento area and #23 in California. The Marauders open Delta River League play this week.
Varsity basketball beat Johnson (100-62) , Rio Americano (58-49) and McClymonds (72-62) prior to Christmas. The Marauders then travelled to the Cordova Christmas Classic, winning the tourney. The Marauders beat Inderkum (64-55), CB (66-55) and Encina in the final (72-60). Isaiah Bailey and Brady Anderson were named to the All-Tourney Team, while Lake Lutes was named MVP. Last Friday, the Marauders beat Granite Bay 49-44 at Sleep Train Arena. Jesuit beat Salesian of Richmond (65-
Varsity Basketball hosted the 40th Annual Fr. Barry Christmas Classic this past weekend. The Marauders opened the tourney with a win over Xavier Prep (Melbourne, Australia) by the score of 77-51. In round 2, the Marauders stormed back to beat St. Ignatius of San Francisco 66-62 in OT to reach the finals. The Marauders played inspired, and led the entire contest in beating St. Mary’s 80-69 to capture the title. Lake Lutes and Nick Hilton were named All-Tourney, while Isaiah Bailey was named tourney MVP.
Last night, Paul Rose was inducted into the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Hall of Fame. He was one of 43 inductees in a ceremony at Power Balance Pavilion, and joins just 98 other folks in the Hall from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section’s 70+ year history. We are blessed to have Paul at Jesuit High School, leading our student-athletes both in the classroom and on the soccer pitch. Below is the information shared with those in attendance on Paul’s success as a soccer coach, as well as a couple of photos from the evening.
This program is designed to benefit the athletic program at Jesuit High School and the student-athletes who give so much to this program. By purchasing a sign in support of Jesuit Athletics, you will provide the student-athletes with equipment and other resources that the program would otherwise be unable to give them. The sign you purchase will be displayed on days of home athletic contests of the Jesuit team of your choice (baseball, football, rugby, soccer, swim & dive or water polo).