In the classrooms of Garnier Hall, Ms. Emma Doerfler can be found
teaching English to freshmen and sophomores. She has been a
teacher at Jesuit High School Sacramento for two years now,
instructing English 1 and English 2, and has also been involved
with the Cross Country team.
Oct. 19, marked the celebration of the Feast of the North
American Martyrs. These patron saints of Jesuit High School
Sacramento serve an important role in our community, to Jesuits,
and to Catholics everywhere.
The group consists of eight saints: Saint René Goupil, Saint
Isaac Jogues, Saint Jean de Lalande, Saint Antoine Daniel, Saint
Jean de Brébeuf, Saint Noël Chabanel, Saint Charles Garnier, and
Saint Gabriel Lalemant. These saints were all French Jesuits who
died on a mission to North America in the 1600s.
On Friday, Oct. 1, the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders
varsity football team earned a win against Franklin High School,
adding another victory to their win streak with a score of 47-16,
making their record 5-1 for the season.
The game started off close, with Jesuit winning 13-8. But, the
Marauders had an outstanding second quarter scoring 3 TD. The
Marauders completed the game with 379 total yards which included
6 rushing TD and 1 receiving TD while holding Franklin to 2 TDs.
This Saturday, Sept. 25, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Jesuit High
School Sacramento will have their Homecoming Dance at the Haggin
Oaks Golf Complex. The Homecoming Dance ends Spirit Week with a
The theme for the dance is Mardi Gras. It was inspired by the
recent Hurricane Ida in New Orleans and Jesuit’s call to help
with disaster relief there. Student Activities Director Mr. Peter
Ferrari gives his reasoning for the theme.
After lots of rescheduling and hoping for good air quality, the
Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders and Folsom High School
Bulldogs were finally able to play against each other to open the
football season on Monday, Aug. 30.
The game ended with the Marauders losing by a landslide in a 7-56
loss against the Bulldogs. Jesuit lost 3 fumbles which was a
leading factor in the lopsided defeat.
While Jesuit High School Sacramento and Christian Brothers High
School decided not to call this year’s matchup the annual “Holy
Bowl,” last Friday’s game will still go down as one of the better
battles between the two longtime rivals.
After hosting a seemingly successful NBA2K
Tournament a few weeks ago, Jesuit High School
Sacramento is getting ready to hold its second Spirit Activity of
the semester, a pingpong tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 3.