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.
For the past four years, Adam Sherif ’22, a senior at Jesuit High
School Sacramento and the president of Jesuit’s Key Club, has
been making a meaningful impact in the Jesuit community and in
the greater Sacramento area.
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, Nov. 13, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
football team faced Del Oro High School in the Sac-Joaquin
Section Semifinals. Jesuit won 40-6, furthering their playoff
hopes and earning their 11th straight win.
The Veterans Appreciation Club is one of the several new clubs
this year at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
The club was founded by William Ruggles ’22 to focus attention on
veterans in our community and to donate needed goods to local
military hospitals. William was inspired to start a club focused
on giving back to veterans because of his own family’s military
history, which goes back several generations.
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.
Mr. Daniel Mascarenhas, S.J. is a Jesuit scholastic who came to
Jesuit High School Sacramento this year as part of his path to
priesthood. After studying philosophy at St. Louis University in
Missouri, Mr. Mascarenhas was assigned to the Golden State where
he had previously worked as a mechanical engineer in Silicon
Mr. Mascarenhas was born and raised in Western India where he
attended a Catholic school from 1st to 10th grade. His normal
routine in India does not sound much different than what students
at Jesuit experience every day.