From Dec. 27 to Dec. 30, the Jesuit High School varsity
basketball team competed in the Damien Classic which took place
in Los Angeles, California. They managed to advance to the
quarterfinals, beating some strong schools before falling to
Ironwood High School, a top-ranked team from Arizona.
On Saturday Nov. 26, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
basketball team kicked off their season by defeating Oak Ridge
High School in a blowout, posting a final score of 67-43.
Head Coach Timothy Kelly notes how the team started the season
well, but still thinks they can play better.
“Yeah, I think we played okay,” Coach Kelly said. “We can be a
lot better than we are right now. There’s some good enthusiasm;
we’re doing some really good things out there, and there are some
things that we could still improve upon.”
The Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team defeated
the Davis Senior High School Blue Devils in a 35-0 blowout.
The team had a very strong win and look to continue their success
in the 2022 CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Football Playoffs, with their
first game on Saturday, Nov. 5 against Joseph A. Gregori High
On Friday, Oct. 21, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
varsity football team suited up for the Delta League Championship
game against Elk Grove High School. The game was for the delta
league championship with EGHS coming out on top by a score of
On Friday Oct. 14, the Jesuit High School Sacramento football
team defeated the Cosumnes Oaks High School Wolfpack 28-7. The
game was a great show of strength, and a great boon for
confidence as Jesuit looks towards Friday, Oct. 21, when they
take on Elk Grove High School in the Delta League Championship.
On Saturday, Oct. 8, the varsity football team of Jesuit High
School Sacramento won a home game against Franklin High School.
The final score was 62-7, which boosts Jesuit’s overall record to
6-1 while also maintaining an undefeated record in the
Delta League (3-0).
The Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity water polo team starts
its season on Sept. 3, 2022, with a round robin tournament in San
Jose, California. With most of their top players returning, the
team is confident they can make a deeper playoff run and get over
the hump to win this year’s Section title.
Taylor Vicente ’22 will be remembered for his academic and
co-curricular excellence. On top of being a high achiever in his
academics, Taylor was an integral part of the nationally
recognized robotics program at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
On Friday Feb. 18, 2022, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
varsity basketball team had their first game of the CIF D2
Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs against Vacaville High School, which
they won 64-52. They then played Elk Grove High School losing
60-51, and thus, ending their season.
The variety of clubs at Jesuit High School Sacramento allows for
a rich development of a students personal interests and likings.
The newly established J-Talks Club brings a new take on how to do
this, by incorporating the popular TED Talks-style of
presentation and allowing students to talk about their
The Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity basketball team played
a string of three games from Jan. 26 to Jan. 29. The Marauders
won every game during this span creating a three-game win streak
that raised their record to 10-11.
The Jesuit High School Sacramento athletic program is home to
many accomplished student-athletes, who are known throughout the
Sacramento area for their effort and excellence on and off their
field. One such student is quarterback Trenton Dewar ’23.
Making the transition from middle school to high school has
always been an integral part of a student’s growth. Jesuit High
School Sacramento goes to great lengths to make this transition
for freshmen as easy as possible.
Coming off of a year that saw a global pandemic limit campus and
community life, Dean LaRoddric Theodule is looking to improve and
reinvigorate the campus, starting with the freshmen. Dean
Theodule explains how the Freshman Retreat was an integral part
of the freshmen’s development at Jesuit.
In their second game of the season, Jesuit High School
Sacramento’s varsity football team notched a win against Granite
Bay High School with the final score of 28-14 on Friday, Sept.
Jesuit handed GBHS their first loss, after starting the season
undefeated (2-0). A key performance by Jesuit quarterback Preston
Vukovich ’22 had a lot to do with Jesuit’s much-needed victory.
He threw for 88 yards on a 63 percent completion rate, in
addition to throwing two touchdown passes.
To honor its graduating seniors, Jesuit High School Sacramento
will be holding its Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation for the
Class of 2021 at Allworth Financial Stadium on May 21 and 22.
Both events start at 7:30 pm.