JV Football

Schedule/Results Robin Cummings

Football JV Schedule 2019-2020

Thur Jul 25 6:15 PM

Meet the Marauders

Parent Meeting

Fri Aug 16 5:30 PM Scrimmage Whitney  
Fri Aug 30 5:30 PM Folsom


Hornet Stadium (Friday Night Lights)

Fri Sept 6 4:45 PM Granite Bay Granite Bay  
Sat Sept 14 4:30 PM Christian Brothers


Hughes Stadium (Holy Bowl)

Fri Sept 20 5:00 PM Rio Americano Del Campo  
Fri Sept 27 5:00 PM Franklin* Cosumnes Oaks  
Sat Oct 5 11:30 AM Cosumnes Oaks* Jesuit  
Sat Oct 12 11:00 AM Elk Grove* Jesuit  
Fri Oct 18 5:00 PM Davis* Davis  
Fri Oc 25 5:00 PM Sheldon* Sheldon  
Sat Nov 2 11:30 AM Pleasant Grove* Jesuit  

Jesuit Seniors Shine in the 61st Optimist All-Star Football Game
Saturday, January, 19, 2019

Jesuit’s seniors were led by DE/LB Cade Brownholtz, who will visit Oregon State this week.  Brownholtz made tackles all over the field and was excellent in pass defense for a punishing North defense.  Brownholtz also played several offensive snaps.  TE Connor McIntee, committed to Air Force, had several receptions and scored the North’s only offensive touchdown in the second quarter on a 17 yard reception from Rocklin QB Cade Wyant.  Safety Cade Cunningham killed a South drive with an interception in the end zone and had several pass breakups.  DE Akili Bonner, play


Jesuit JV Football Beats Christian Brothers in the Holy Bowl
Saturday, September 8, 2018

by Mike McIntee

The JV Marauders (1-2, 0-0) routed their crosstown rivals 55-6.  Cash Taylor led the charge on both sides of the ball, galloping for 258 rushing yards and 3 TD on 12 carries (21.5/att), and also leading the team with 5 tackles, including a team high 2 tackles for loss.  Taylor took Jesuit’s first play from scrimmage over right tackle for 37 yards, and Jesuit never looked back.      


Hard Fought Loss at Folsom by Jesuit JV Football
Friday, August 24, 2018

The JV Marauders lost their non-league opener 28-14 to Folsom High School in a hard fought battle Friday night.  Jesuit kicked the ball off, and Folsom returned the ball to their own 44 yard line.  After a quick first down,  Folsom stalled under a powerful blitz from Noah Clay, Cash Taylor, and others that brought down Folsom’s QB.  Jesuit took the ball over on downs.