For Jesuit High School Sacramento teacher, Mr. Timothy Beers,
2022 marks the last school year in which he will teach at Jesuit.
Mr. Beers’ legacy will always be one to remember; he has taught
and coached generations of Marauders with pride and passion.
Roanin Krieger ’22 graduates from Jesuit High School having
accomplished much during his four years, including being the team
captain of the rugby team and a noteable a “Man for Others” in
Varsity Football player Garrett McGriff ’22 of Jesuit High School
Sacramento just finished a great season leading his team to the
playoffs and boasting impressive individual statistics. His
excellent season as a running back and safety has proved that he
is a great prospect for high-level Division 1 schools. Today, his
efforts culminated in his commitment to The United States
Military Academy at West Point where Garrett will continue to
pursue his dreams.
On any given day at Jesuit High School Sacramento, about 20 to 40
students are absent. But due to the sudden resurgence of COVID-19
through the Omicron strain of the virus, over 100 students were
absent each day from Jan. 3-7.
Established in 2018 and designed around bringing people and ideas
together to create local entrepreneurial ventures, the Jesuit
High School Sacramento Entrepreneur’s Club offers a multitude of
tools and resources so that students may access the world of
On Saturday, Nov. 20 the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
football team faced Folsom High School in the Sac-Joaquin Section
Semifinals. Jesuit came short of FHS by one point in a 21-22 loss
marking their first loss in eleven games and the end of their
Ms. Windi Mitchell is not new to the faculty at Jesuit High
School Sacramento, she previously worked at Jesuit in 2017-2019
before returning to Jesuit for the 2021-22 school year. Ms.
Mitchell has a lengthy history of working with Jesuit
institutions as a coordinator for Service and Justice, a theology
teacher, and a Jesuit volunteer.
On Saturday, Nov. 20, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
football team will play the Folsom High School Bulldogs in the
Sac-Joaquin Section semifinals on Jesuit’s home field. Jesuit
enters the game as the second seed in the playoffs while FHS are
the third seed.
On Saturday, Oct. 9, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
football team beat the Cosumnes Oaks High School Wolfpack 41-6 at
Jesuit High School, continuing a six-game winning streak and
boasting a record of 6-1.
Jesuit started off with a touchdown in the first three minutes of
the game. Only two minutes later, Jesuit scored again on a 70
yard rushing touchdown. By the end of the first half, the
Marauders recorded two more touchdowns for a total of 28 points
and were able to hold COHS to 6 points.
On Saturday, September 25th, 2021, Jesuit High School
Sacramento’s annual Homecoming Dance took place at Haggin Oaks
Golf Complex. With last year’s homecoming being canceled due to
COVID-19 related reasons, this homecoming was more important than
Lots of change had to occur in order to allow Jesuit’s Homecoming
Dance to take place. One of the largest changes was the change in
venue for the dance.
Last Saturday’s football game was the 50th anniversary Holy Bowl,
and it will go down as the highest scoring shutout in Holy Bowl
history with Jesuit High School Sacramento defeating the
Christian Brothers High School by a score of 44-0.
Jesuit’s offense gained what turned out to be unstoppable
momentum after Jackson Hagopian’s ’22 pick-six in the first
quarter making the score 20-0.
“We played phenomenal[ly],” said running-back Kai Santos ’22. “We
did what we were supposed to do and we executed the plays well.”.
In the most anticipated game of the season, the Jesuit High
School Sacramento Marauders will face the Christian Brothers High
School Falcons this Saturday, Sept. 11th, at Hughes Stadium in
the 50th Annual Holy Bowl.
The Marauders have dominated the Holy Bowl since 1993 with a
record of 26-3
After facing a tough loss to Folsom High School, Jesuit hopes to
have mended the small gaps in their game that Folsom exposed.
Head Varsity Football Coach Marlon Blanton anticipates his team
will continue its improvement.