Julian Martinelli ’23: an elite teammate
As a team leader, Julian Martinelli’s ’23 had a tremendous impact
on the basketball program at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
Kendrick Lamar’s discography reveals a transcendent talent
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth, more popularly known as Kendrick Lamar,
son of Paula Oliver and Kenny Duckworth was born on June 17,
1987, in Compton, California, a city known for its prominent
presence in the west-coast rap scene as well as its rampant gang
violence and crime.
California Advocacy Day, learning to be citizens of faith
This year’s California Advocacy Day on March 28 invites and
encourages students from Jesuit High School Sacramento to visit
the California state capitol in downtown Sacramento and
participate in faith-based advocacy.
Lenten Service Drive lends supports to Sacramento
From Feb. 27 to March 31, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Office
of Service and Justice (OSJ) is hosting the Lenten Service Drive,
which combines a donation drive and special events for education
Smash Bros: The Ultimate Fighting Game!
“Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” (SSBU) is very popular at Jesuit
High School Sacramento, and for a good reason. Adherents have
been seen playing this game during lunch, community periods, and
even in the morning on days with a late school start. I, too, am
a fan of the “Super Smash Bros” franchise and decided to delve
deeper into the game’s history and give an overall rating and
Opinion: Cornell University, go (other) Big Red!
Cornell University is a private Ivy League school located in
Ithaca, New York that is well known for its Computer Science,
Medical, and Hotel Management programs. Cornell is also famous
for being the second largest school in the Ivy League with 15,000
Jesuit Auction amazes and astounds
Tuition at Jesuit High School Sacramento does not cover the full
cost of educating a student, so Jesuit has to create fundraising
activities to provide essential revenue. The Jesuit Auction event
does help to fill the gap in a fun and fruitful manner.
Reid Jones ’23: leading by example
Reid Jones ’23 has made his mark in the Jesuit High School
Sacramento community as a leader on the basketball court and a
persevering, optimistic classmate in the classroom.
Anthony Seibles ’23: MVP on and off the field
Anthony Seibles ’23 is known for his hard work and desire to
uplift spirits and spread positivity to all those who meet
Jesuit loses at the Golden 1 Center, prepares for NorCals
On Saturday, Feb. 25, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity basketball team suited up for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division 1 Championship Game against Modesto Christian High School. Playing in the Golden One Center, the Marauders trailed the entire game ultimately losing 79-53, snapping their 13 game win streak.
Jesuit wins in the first round of the CIF-SJS playoffs
In the first round of the section playoffs, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity basketball team faced off against Monterey Trail High School on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The Marauders were able to secure the 67-65 win with a last second tip-in layup by Reid Jones ’23.
Charles Sander ’23: catapulting his communities into echelons of success
Jesuit High School Sacramento strives to form students into young
men who are open to growth, intellectually competent, religious,
loving, and committed to doing justice. Charles Sander ’23 takes
Jesuit’s learning and growth expectations to heart in many of the
opportunities our community has to offer, often in a leadership
Jesuit wrestling prepares for the San-Joaquin Section Masters Championship
On Feb. 17, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s wrestling team will
send five members to compete at the prestigious Sac-Joaquin
Section Masters Championship. To qualify for the championship
wrestlers had to place top eight in their weight classes across
all 21 high schools in the SJS division.
Daniel Sokoler ’23: proud leader on campus
Over his years at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Daniel Sokoler
’23 has distinguished himself as a “Man for Others” through his
involvement in the community and his leadership of Jesuit’s
Jewish Student Union.
Clothing Exchange Closet helps students stay in uniform
When soon-to-be freshman Viliami Sitauti ’26 stopped by Jesuit
High School Sacramento to drop off some paperwork, he found out
that his uniform wouldn’t be arriving until September, a month
into his freshman year. Luckily, he was able to get free,
dress-code compliant logo wear for free from Jesuit’s Clothing
Patrick Brannan ’23: taking responsibility for the wellbeing of others
In his freshman year at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Patrick
Brannan ’23 was diagnosed with epilepsy and also fractured one of
his legs, but these adversities didn’t stop him from becoming the
talented musician and confident leader that he is today.
Jesuit basketball maintains 10 game win streak
Historically, another basketball season has meant another
Marauder playoff run, and this year is no exception. After
beating Davis Senior High School 74-66 on the road last Friday,
the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders Varsity team are set
to face off against Monterey Trail High School in their first
playoff game on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Dylan Tsoi ’23: distinguished tennis talent
For the last four years, Dylan Tsoi ’23 has been a hard working,
compassionate individual. In addition to being an academically
successful student, Dylan has excelled at playing tennis and
being a “Man for Others” on and off the court.
Jesuit soccer trains hard, plays hard
After a loss in their last game of the regular season against Davis High School, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity soccer team looks to regain some momentum in their first game of the playoffs against Rocklin High School.
Open Mic Night
Tonight, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Asian Pacific Islander Clubs
(APIC) from Jesuit High School Sacramento and St. Francis High
School, along with Jesuit Latinos Unidos and the Jesuit Student
Council, will host Open Mic Night in the Harris Center.