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2017 Varsity Eagle Football Roster
# LAST NAME FIRST NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE
5 Fitch Caden 6'0" 230lbs LB 12
6 Norwood Josiah 5'11" 175lbs QB 12
7 Toohey Sean 5'10" 180lbs LB 12
8 Tollner Jordan 5'10" 165lbs DB 12
9 Barrette Noah 5'9" 175lbs DB 12
10 Canty Joseph 6'0" 185lbs DB 12
11 Peters Jake 6'5" 240lbs TE/DE 12
12 Cifuentes Hunter 6'0" 190lbs QB 12
13 Buchman Quentin 6'2" 180lbs WR 12
14 Mitchell Matthew 6'2" 180lbs SS 12
15 Mataele Malone 6'0" 190lbs WR 12
16 Eaton Mark 6'2" 180lbs WR 12
17 Amer Kareem 5'10" 175lbs WR 11
18 Ebach Jake 6'0" 185lbs WR 11
20 Hastings Kyle 6'1" 172lbs WR 11
21 Williams Bryce 5'11" 195lbs RB 12
22 Parkinson Jonny 6'2" 195lbs QB 11
23 Magyar Chad 6'2" 205lbs RB/S 12
24 Bianchini Blake 5'9" 175lbs DB 11
25 Thomas Jake 5'8" 185lbs RB/S 11
26 Carducci Sam 5'10" 168lbs DB 10
27 Smith Travis 5'11" 167lbs WR 11
28 Caragao Richie 5'11" 170lbs DB 12
29 Barcelos Nicholas 6'0" 212lbs RB 10
30 Lee Tyler 6'0" 194lbs DE 11
31 McCartan John 6'5" 225lbs TE/DE 12
32 Hernandez Corey 5'10" 175lbs DB 11
35 Cova Shane 5'10" 160lbs DB 10
36 Ury Matthew 5'11" 190lbs LB 12
40 Williams Beckford 5'10" 185lbs LB 11
41 Fuhrman Jack 5'10" 190lbs TE 11
42 Lynch Matthew 5'11" 194lbs LB 11
43 Delaney Jake 5'9" 200lbs DT 12
44 Hartigan Martin 5'11" 192lbs LB 11
50 Oberholtzer William 5'11" 195lbs DE 10
52 O'Conner Jake 5'11" 195lbs OG 10
53 Schwenke Logan 6'2" 210lbs DE 10
55 Clift Trevor 6'2" 250lbs DT/DE 10
56 Lupenski A.J. 6'1" 280lbs DT 11
58 Gonzalez Christopher 6'5" 245lbs OT/DC 12
62 Kilander Matthew 6'0" 282lbs OG 11
64 Licht Grayston 6'1" 300lbs C 12
66 Tupuiesa Issac 6'4" 340lbs OL 10
71 Kilander Alex 6'2" 266lbs DT 12
72 Bobruk Luke 6'1" 280lbs OL 12
73 Maihen Cole 6'3" 190lbs OT/DE 10
74 Schillig Brandon 6'5" 250lbs OT 11
75 Orellana Donovan 6'2" 285lbs C 11
76 Auriemma Michael 6'5" 300lbs RG 12
78 Clay Nate 6'1" 280lbs OL/DL 11
80 Gauthier Chase 5'9" 170lbs WR 11
81 Nenad Chase 6'3" 180lbs WR 10
83 Bane Connor 6'3" 180lbs WR 10
84 Barberio Jared 5'11" 177lbs WR 11
85 Galloway Kyle 5'10" 170lbs DB 11
86 O'Rourke Kyle 5'11" 150lbs WR 11
87 Cobb Chad 6'3" 175lbs LS 12
88 Brady Dylan 6'2" 205lbs K/P 12
89 Higgins Preston 5'8" 145lbs SS 11
2017 JV Eagle Football Roster
# LAST NAME FIRST NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE
5 Bonin Brett 6'1" 145lbs WR/CB 10
6 Barberio Jared 5'11" 177lbs WR 11
7 Edwards Malakai 5'10" 180lbs SS 10
8 Kentros Connor 6'1" 180lbs SS 10
9 Homan Josh 5'11" 141lbs WR 10
10 Leivici Nick 10
10 Terry Jack 5'10" 160lbs SS 10
14 Galloway Kyle 5'10" 170lbs DB 11
16 Hastings Kyle 6'1" 172lbs WR 11
19 Gauthier Chase 5'9" 170lbs WR 11
20 Carr Connor 5'9" 160lbs SS 10
21 Stegin Ryan 5'5" 130lbs RB 10
22 Cova Shane 5'10" 180lbs DB 10
23 Williams Beckford 5'10" 185lbs LB 11
24 Smith Travis 5'11" 167lbs WR 11
30 Lee Tyler 6'0" 194lbs DE 11
32 Hernandez Corey 5'10" 175lbs DB 11
32 Prenovost Trey 5'11" 170lbs LB 10
34 Hartigan Tyler 5'10" 210lbs LB 10
35 Higgins Preston 5'8" 145lbs SS 11
41 Fuhrman Jack 5'10" 190lbs TE 11
45 Harazivi Arshan 5'10" 225lbs OL 10
50 Oberholtzer Billy 5'11" 195lbs DE 10
61 Strunk Ethan 5'10" 195lbs C 10
62 O'Connor Jake 5'11" 195lbs OG 10
64 McClure Thomas 10
66 Zahedi Dylan 6'0" 180lbs OT/DE 10
72 Schillig Jason 6'1" 250lbs LG 10
73 Maihen Cole 6'3" 190lbs OT/DE 10
77 Licht Grayson 6'1" 300lbs C 12
2017 Freshman Eagle Football Roster
# Last First Height Weight Position Grade
5 Soto Thomas 5'8 130 RB/DB 9
6 Reynolds Christopher 5'7 154 RB/DB 9
7 Swanson Tanner 5'7 124 QB/DB 9
8 Horner Tommy 5'9 126 WR/DB 9
9 Link Dylan 5'9 133 WR/LB 9
10 Moussiaux Dartanyon 6'3 165 QB/DB 9
11 Kama Keanu 5'11 143 WR/DB 9
12 Hernandez Tyler 5'9 153 WR/LB 9
13 Solomon Kai 6'3 169 QB/DB 9
14 Whitman Tyler 5'10 147 RB/LB 9
15 Wetmore Tyler 5'7 126 WR/DB 9
16 Choi Andrew 5'8 137 WR/DB 9
17 Warady Brenndan 5'9 150 RB/LB 9
18 Brown Kyle 6' 136 WR/DB 9
19 Miller Henry 5'10 148 WR/DB 9
20 Smith Tyler 5'5 142 WR/DB 9
21 Wade Kyle 5'9 133 WR/LB 9
22 Hall Wilson 5'10 145 WR/DB 9
23 Bays Alex 5'5 130 RB/DB 9
24 Dodd Hunter 5'10 158 WR/LB 9
25 Comestro Anthony 5'8 165 RB/LB 9
26 Anctil Cavan 5'10 154 WR/LB 9
27 Doherty William 5'7 104 WR/DB 9
28 DeLeon Matthew 5'5 142 RB/DB 9
29 Davis Brett 5'11 165 RB/DB 9
30 Van Panhuys Eduardo 5'6 133 RB/DB 9
31 Williams Carson 5'6 103 WR/DB 9
32 Matthews Joel 5'8 132 WR/DB 9
33 Clift Gavin 6' 164 WR/DB 9
35 Wilkinson Tommy 5'11 163 WR/DB 9
40 McGeagh Braden 5'10 147 RB/LB 9
43 Sulick Drew 5'11 158 TE/DL 9
44 Serpa Nick 6'2 167 WR/DB 9
47 Freeman Jayden 5'10 145 WR/DB 9
49 Rupp John 5'10 142 WR/DB 9
50 DeSanti Nick 5'1 130 OL/DL 9
51 McGeagh Brandon 5'11 180 OL/DL 9
52 Lough Connor 5'2 126 OL/LB 9
53 DeGroote Elliot 6' 186 OL/DL 9
55 Crane Brody 6'1 260 OL/DL 9
56 Bennett Gary 6'2 154 OL/DL 9
59 Cutcher Cole 6' 201 OL/DL 9
61 Campbell Ryan 6'2 200 OL/DL 9
64 Graham Jack 5'10 140 OL/DL 9
70 Sergi Roman 5'9 216 OL/DL 9
72 Morris Zach 6'1 220 OL/DL 9
73 Canevaro Preston 6'1 175 OL/DL 9
75 Morris Nick 6' 235 OL/DL 9
80 Morrison Gary 6'2 201 TE/DL 9
84 Snyder Logan 5'7 141 WR/DB 9


#LAST NAMEFIRST NAMEHEIGHTWEIGHTPOSITIONGRADE
5FitchCaden6'0"230lbsLB12
6NorwoodJosiah5'11"175lbsQB12
7TooheySean5'10"180lbsLB12
8TollnerJordan5'10"165lbsDB12
9BarretteNoah5'9"175lbsDB12
10CantyJoseph6'0"185lbsDB12
11PetersJake6'5"240lbsTE/DE12
12CifuentesHunter6'0"190lbsQB12
13BuchmanQuentin6'2"180lbsWR12
14MitchellMatthew6'2"180lbsSS12
15MataeleMalone6'0"190lbsWR12
16EatonMark6'2"180lbsWR12
17AmerKareem5'10"175lbsWR11
18EbachJake6'0"185lbsWR11
20HastingsKyle6'1"172lbsWR11
21WilliamsBryce5'11"195lbsRB12
22ParkinsonJonny6'2"195lbsQB11
23MagyarChad6'2"205lbsRB/S12
24BianchiniBlake5'9"175lbsDB11
25ThomasJake5'8"185lbsRB/S11
26CarducciSam5'10"168lbsDB10
27SmithTravis5'11"167lbsWR11
28CaragaoRichie5'11"170lbsDB12
29BarcelosNicholas6'0"212lbsRB10
30LeeTyler6'0"194lbsDE11
31McCartanJohn6'5"225lbsTE/DE12
32HernandezCorey5'10"175lbsDB11
35CovaShane5'10"160lbsDB10
36UryMatthew5'11"190lbsLB12
40WilliamsBeckford5'10"185lbsLB11
41FuhrmanJack5'10"190lbsTE11
42LynchMatthew5'11"194lbsLB11
43DelaneyJake5'9"200lbsDT12
44HartiganMartin5'11"192lbsLB11
50OberholtzerWilliam5'11"195lbsDE10
52O'ConnerJake5'11"195lbsOG10
53SchwenkeLogan6'2"210lbsDE10
55CliftTrevor6'2"250lbsDT/DE10
56LupenskiA.J.6'1"280lbsDT11
58GonzalezChristopher6'5"245lbsOT/DC12
62KilanderMatthew6'0"282lbsOG11
64LichtGrayston6'1"300lbsC12
66TupuiesaIssac6'4"340lbsOL10
71KilanderAlex6'2"266lbsDT12
72BobrukLuke6'1"280lbsOL12
73MaihenCole6'3"190lbsOT/DE10
74SchilligBrandon6'5"250lbsOT11
75OrellanaDonovan6'2"285lbsC11
76AuriemmaMichael6'5"300lbsRG12
78ClayNate6'1"280lbsOL/DL11
80GauthierChase5'9"170lbsWR11
81NenadChase6'3"180lbsWR10
83BaneConnor6'3"180lbsWR10
84BarberioJared5'11"177lbsWR11
85GallowayKyle5'10"170lbsDB11
86O'RourkeKyle5'11"150lbsWR11
87CobbChad6'3"175lbsLS12
88BradyDylan6'2"205lbsK/P12
89HigginsPreston5'8"145lbsSS11

Coaches

Head Varsity Coach - Rich Fisher | Fisher comes to Santa Margarita Catholic High School from the University of Nebraska, where he has served as a wide receivers coach since 2011. Prior to the University of Nebraska, Fisher was the Head Football Coach at The Rivers School, an independent coeducational preparatory school in Weston Massachusetts from 2008-2011. At Rivers, Fisher led the Red Wings to their first undefeated season since 1915 and the first Independent School League Championship and Bowl appearance in school history.

While at Nebraska, Fisher's receivers set 11 school records and produced an All-Conference wide receiver three out of his four years coaching the group. Two of Fisher's standouts, Quincy Enunwa of the New York Jets and Kenny Bell of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, set numerous individual receiving records. Enunwa broke the school's single season touchdown receiving record held by former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers, while Bell was Nebraska's most prolific wide receiver, holding the school's all-time reception and yardage records. Bell was a three-time All-Big 10 selection while Enunwa was All-Big 10 in 2013.

Fisher served as a wide receivers coach at the University of Idaho from 1999-2001 before taking over as the linebackers coach for the Vandals from 2001-2003. His road to the Division 1 level began as a graduate assistant for Oklahoma State University from 1995-1997 before moving on to his alma mater, the University of Colorado, Boulder where he was a graduate assistant from 1997-1999.

As a student-athlete at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Fisher was a part of the 1990 National Championship team and three consecutive Big-8 Conference Championship teams (1989-1991) as a linebacker. Fisher is involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Team Jack and Uplifting Athletes, and organization that brings awareness to pediatric brain cancer awareness.

Offensive Line - Lenny Vandermade | Vandermade prepped at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, California. He was a 1998 Super Prep All-American, USA Today All-USA honorable mention, Prep Star Dream Team Top 100, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-Western, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention, Orange County Register Fab 15 second team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, All-CIF Southern Section first team, All-CIF Division I first team, Los Angeles Times All-Orange County, Orange County Register All-Orange County first team and All-South Coast League first team as a senior at Mater Dei. Vandermade played college football at the University of Southern California where he was a 4 year starter.

Vandermade played for the National Football League champion Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Europe affiliate Hamburg Sea Devils. He was originally signed by the Baltimore Ravens. In October 2015, Vandermade was promoted to Tight Ends coach at the University of Southern California after serving in an administrative role. Prior to working at USC, Vandermade had stops at University of San Diego where he served as the Tight Ends coach. He was also a graduate assistant at San Diego State University and coached the Offensive Line at Loyola High School in Los Angeles.

Combined years of college coaching – 8 years

National Championships played/won – One High School (Mater Dei ’96), One College (USC ’03)

Years played in the NFL – 2 Years

Conference Championships (college/pros) – 2x Pac-12 South Champion

NFL Draft picks coached – Tyron Smith (’11 1st RD), Matt Kalil (’12 1st RD), Khaled Holmes (’13 4th RD), Marcus Martin (’14 2nd RD)

Top recruited players – Chris Brown (USC ‘14), John Turner (UW ‘14)

Defensive Line - Max Onyegbule | Max Onyegbule spent two season on the Nebraska staff (2014 and 2015), where he served as a defensive graduate assistant. In 2015, Onyegbule assisted the husker defense that featured two All-Big Ten Honorees; second-team All-Big Ten selection Maliek Collins and All-Big Ten Honorable mention selection Vincent Valentine. In 2014, Onyegbule assisted a Nebraska defensive line that featured first-team All-Big Ten selection Randy Gregory and second-team all-conference pick Maliek Collins at defensive tackle. The play of the defensive line helped the Blackshirts rank among the national leaders in pass efficiency defense, opponent pass completion percentage and third-down defense. Onyegbule spent the 2013 season as a defensive graduate assistant at Kansas, his alma mater. Onyegbule earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Kansas in December of 2010. He is currently working on his master's in Education Administration. He and his Wife Charity were married in May 2015. While playing Defensive End for the Kansas, the Jayhawks enjoyed great success during Onyegbule’s career, including a 12-1 record in 2007, when the Jayhawks earned a BCS Orange Bowl victory over Virginia Tech finishing with a No. 7 final national ranking. After Onyegbule’s college career, he signed with the New Orleans Saints as a free Agent spending training camp with them. He also spent one season in the Canadian Football League with the Calgary Stampeeders.

Combined years of college coaching – 3 years

Bowls played/won – 2008 BCS Orange Bowl Champions and 2008 Insight Bowl Champion

Years played in the NFL/CFL – 1 year

NFL Draft picks coached – 4 (Randy Gregory, 2nd Round pick to the Dallas Cowboys, Ben Heeney, 5th Round Pick to the Radiers, Maliek Collins, 2016 Draft Prospect, Vincent Valentine, 2016 Draft Prospect)

Defensive Coordinator - TJ Hollowell | T.J. Hollowell coaches the linebackers at Youngstown State for one years before coming to SMCHS. Prior to joining the YSU staff, Hollowell was the safeties coach at Huntsville High School in Texas. Prior to his one year at the high school ranks, spent four years at Nebraska with YSU Head Coach Bo Pelini. As a defensive graduate assistant for the Huskers, Hollowell worked primarily with the linebackers during his tenure. Hollowell received his degree in sociology from Nebraska in 2009 and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Education Administration. He and his wife, Jessica, have a young son, Tommy. A former starter for the Blackshirts, Hollowell signed with the New York Giants as a free agent in 2004 and spent 3 seasons in the NFL. He played for the New York Giants in 2004 and the New York Jets in 2005, 2006 with the Chicago Bears with his brother Charles Tillman who is a top CB in the league. 2007 spent time with the Denver Broncos until he tore his calf and was put on I.R. He also spent parts of two years in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos.

Combined years of college coaching – 5 years

National Championships played/won – 1 ( 2008 BCS Orange Bowl Champions)

Years played in the NFL – 3 year

Years played in Canada – 1 year

NFL Draft picks coached – 3 (Lavonte David and Will Compton)

Strength and Conditioning/former Army Ranger - Mike Axe | Axe Grew up in the small farm town of Sequim, Washington State. Earned a Military Scholarship to attend The Citadel, in Charleston, South Carolina. Graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor's in Political Science and was commissioned an Officer in the U.S. Army. Attended the Officer Leadership Course. He was one of 8 officers of 33 in his Ranger Indoctrination Program (R.I.P.) to earn a slot to attend the elite U.S. Army Airborne Ranger School. He was one of 2 of the original 9 to graduate. As a U.S. Army Ranger he led as many as 120 elite soldiers. He was promotable to the rank of Captain after 4 years of service and earned the Army Achievement and Army Commendation Medals for his service.

Special Teams Coordinator - John Byszewski | John Byszewski begins his 17th year at Santa Margarita this season. Coach Byszewski is a member of Santa Margarita’s Charter Class of 1991. He played football for Saddleback College winning a National Championship and went on to earn a football scholarship to Western State College in Colorado where he played Center for their football team and finished with a business degree. After college, John returned to SM to coach, starting with freshman and eventually coaching all levels and defensive positions. Coach Byszewski also works in the Athletic Department at Santa Margarita which keeps him involved with all of SM’s student athletes. John and his wife, Becky, have three children, John (15), Jane (13) and Ben (9) and live in Mission Viejo

Cornerbacks - Corey Overton | Coach Overton is a graduate of St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. At St. Ambrose, Coach Overton played cornerback played a key role in the nation’s #2 pass defense where he was named First Team All- Conference and an NAIA All-American game participant. Furthermore, at St. Ambrose, Coach Overton was part of an undefeated regular season (2006) team later to be ranked #3 in the nation. Additionally, Corey holds the position of Assistant Principal, Students Services at St. Junipero Serra Catholic in Rancho Santa Margarita.

A native of Davenport, Iowa, Overton received his undergraduate degrees in Kinesiology in 2008 and Physical Education Teaching in 2010 from St. Ambrose University. In addition, Overton recently received his graduate degree in education from Loyola Marymount in 2016.

Safties - Omar Brown

University of North Carolina 1993-1998

NFL Atlanta Falcons 1998-2000

XFL Orlando Rage 2001

Assistant varsity football Coach Aliso Niguel High School 2005-2007

Assistant football coach Freshman Defensive Coordinator Dana Hills HS 2009-2011

Running Backs - Markell Pete | Markell Pete is entering his first season with Santa Margarita Football program on the offensive side of the ball with the Running Backs. Coach Pete worked at Dickinson State University (Dickinson, ND) as the Running Backs Coach and transfer recruiter from 2012-2015 seasons. During his time at Dickinson State he coached two All-Conference performers (First and Second Team) combining over 2,000 yards with 19 Touchdowns and over 300 carries. His recruiting areas were: California, Florida, Texas, Junior Colleges, Utah and the Pacific Islands. Contributing to Dickinson State’s Back to Back conference titles 2015 & 2016 seasons, recruiting “North Star Defensive Player of The Year.” First Team All-American Noey Tauave from American River Junior College

Pete spent 2015 season at Georgia Prep Sports Academy as the Co-Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Coach, placing Taiyon Devers to the University of Minnesota as an Outside Linebacker.

After his coaching tenure at Georgia Prep, Pete was brought on to be the Recruiting Assistant-Pro Liaison at the University Of North Dakota in 2016, during his time there he was able to work closely with Two All-American Running Backs and being a part of an historical season nearly 2,000 yards rushing combined. “2016 Big Sky Champions.” First round playoff bye and #7 overall seed. Daily assisting with Scouts/NFL personnel, Punt and Kick Returners. Coach Pete is an Inland Empire native.

Schedule

2017 Boys Varsity Football Schedule (7 - 4 | 3 - 2)
Week Day Date Opponent Location Time Score
FRIDAY AUGUST 18
0 FRIDAY AUGUST 25 DOWNEY AWAY 7:00PM W 56-0
1 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 LOYOLA AWAY 7:00PM W 35-0
2 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 BISHOP ALEMANY LHHS 7:00PM W 61-7
3 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14 MAYFAIR** HC LHHS 7:00PM W 49-3
4 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 MISSION VIEJO THHS 7:00PM L 28-23
5 BYE WEEK
6 FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 MATER DEI LHHS 7:00PM L 70-35
7 FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 SERVITE AWAY 7:00PM W 51-28
8 FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 BOSCO AWAY 7:00PM L 40-38
9 FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 JSERRA AWAY 7:00PM W 36-35
10
11
FRIDAY
FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 3
NOVEMBER 10
OLU
CIF RD. 1 VS. MURRIETA VALLEY
THHS
AWAY
7:00PM
7:00PM
W 38-31
L 59-56
2017 Boys Junior Varsity Football Schedule (7 - 3 | 3 - 2)
Week Day Date Opponent Location Time Score
FRIDAY AUGUST 18
0 THURSDAY AUGUST 24 DOWNEY HOME 3:15PM W 42-0
1 THURSDAY AUGUST 31 LOYOLA HOME 4:00PM W 33-14
2 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 BISHOP ALEMANY AWAY 3:15PM L 8-0
3 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 MAYFAIR AWAY 3:15PM W 41-7
4 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 MISSION VIEJO AWAY 3:15PM W 23-17
5 BYE WEEK
6 THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 MATER DEI AWAY 3:15PM L 38-0
7 THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 SERVITE HOME 3:15PM W 38-0
8 THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 BOSCO HOME 3:15PM W 28-10
9 THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 JSERRA HOME 3:15PM W 62-21
10
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 OLU AWAY 3:15PM L 42-28
2017 Boys Freshman Blue Football Schedule (5 - 4 - 1 | 2 - 2 - 1)
Week Day Date Opponent Location Time Score
FRIDAY AUGUST 18
0 THURSDAY AUGUST 24 DOWNEY AWAY 3:15PM W 28-7
1 THURSDAY AUGUST 31 LOYOLA AWAY 4:30PM L 27-21
2 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 BISHOP ALEMANY HOME 3:15PM W 48-35
3 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14 MAYFAIR HOME 3:15PM W 59-6
4 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 MISSION VIEJO HOME 3:15PM L 44-7
5 BYE WEEK
6 THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 MATER DEI HOME 3:15PM T 35-35
7 THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 SERVITE AWAY 3:15PM W 42-14
8 THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 BOSCO AWAY 3:15PM L 42-7
9 THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 JSERRA AWAY 3:15PM L 27-24
10 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 OLU HOME 3:15PM W 21-17

All-Americans

  • 2012 | Max Tuerk | US Army All-American
Santa Margarita’s first US Army All-American selection and is now the starting center at USC. Tuerk is the first true freshman in USC history to start at left tackle and is the 14th multiple-time captain in USC history. At USC, Max had 33 career starts (14 at left guard, 13 at center, 5 at left tackle, 1 at right tackle) and was a 3-year starter. Turek was drafted in the third round of the 2016 NFL draft by by the San Diego Chargers.

  • 2016 | KJ Costello & Dylan Crawford | US Army All-American


The 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour visited Santa Margarita Catholic High School on Tuesday, October 27, to name quarterback KJ Costello and receiver Dylan Crawford to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Costello and Crawford become the second and third Eagles to be named to the U.S. Army All-American team. Max Tuerk ’12 was the first U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection in the history of our school. Santa Margarita honored Costello and Crawford before his teammates, media, fans and family during a jersey presentation on the Santa Margarita campus. Head Coach Rick Curtis was excited for both of his players to have received this honor.

  • 2017 | Brett Neilon | US Army All-American
Brett Neilon of Santa Margarita Catholic High School, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, has been nominated to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Those nominated may be selected and have the opportunity to showcase their talents on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, in the annual East vs. West match-up, televised live on NBC at 1:00 PM EST. Neilon (6'02", 275lb), a dual sport athlete for the Eagles (Football/Track), is just the fourth Eagle football player to be selected to play in this prestigious high school bowl game, following Max Tuerk ’12, KJ Costello and Dylan Crawford ’16.

  • 2017 | Grant Calcaterra | US Under Armour All-American
Congratulations to senior Grant Calcaterra for being selected to the 2017 Under Armour All-American game which will be played live on ESPN on January 1st, 2017 from Orlando, Florida. Calcaterra, a 6’4” 215 pound wide receiver verbally committed to the University of Oklahoma earlier this year to play for Coach Bob Stoops’ Sooners and will compete in the Big 12 Conference. Grant is currently leading the Trinity League in receiving yards with 412 yards, which ranks him sixth in the county. In addition to excelling on the football field, Grant also excels in the classroom as he maintains a 3.64 GPA.

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For all up to date football information, please check the Football web page as well as Twitter: @SMCHS_Football

Contact Information:

  • Head Coach: Rich Fisher

Phone: 949-766-6000, ext. 1132

E-mail: FisherR@smhs.org

  • Freshmen Head Coach: Scott McIntosh

E-mail: McIntoshS@smhs.org

  • Football Administrative Assistant: Mandie Rowell

Phone: 949-766-6000, ext. 1130

E-mail: Rowella@smhs.org

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