SCHS BOYS GOLF TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

Since golf comes at the end of the school year and normally does not get much press, we were not able to get a lot of information of the seasons records.
YEAR LEAGUE LEAGUE OTHER
RECORD PLACE

CCAL LEAGUE
1939 Second
1940
1941 Champs NCS and STATE
1942 Champs
1943-1944 No athletic activities during World War II
1945
1946 Champs
1947 4-1 Champs
1948 Fourth
1949 Third
1950
1951 Champs
1952 Undefeated Champs Dual meet record 15-3, with one loss against Stanford JV’s
1953 Second to Monterey by 4 strokes
1954 Fifth
1955 Champs No further No NCS competition
1956 Second to Champion Monterey
1957 6-2-1 Second to Champion Monterey Overall record 7-6-1
1958
1959 Champs We will take the championship as we won the league Tournament. Golfers Win CCAL Tourney; but lost to PG 9-6 in their match for 2nd Place in CCAL. The league has combined the league standings and the tournament points earned between all the schools at the end of the season to come up with a CCAL champion. Pacific Grove won the league by beating SC in their match and having the best won loss record. They received points for that. Fred Pfyffer won medalist honors with a 75. Both James Smith and Ron Bengston each scored 78’s

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965

MBL LEAGUE
1966
1967 6-8
1968
1969 3-5
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975 4-7-1 Fifth 6-11-1 overall

SCCAL LEAGUE
1976 Fourth
1977
1978 5-5 Third
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987 2-10
1988
1989 Third Josh Breedon and Jeremy Green competed at the CCS matches
1990 2-10
1991 Second CCS Finals placed seventh out of eight teams
1992 4-8
1993
1994
1995
1996 2-8 Fifth
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005 Gregg Auer qualified for CCS
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011 1-9 Last
2012 2-10
2013 2-10 Sixth
2014


SCHS BOYS SOCCER TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD

1974 Some students wanted to play soccer and asked PE teacher and coach, Don Dempewolfe if he would be there coach and he did. They played some games unofficially right off.
MBL North
1975 7-5-2 Fourth 13-6-2

SCCAL
1976 5-5 Second 8-10-1
1977 7-5 Second 11-10
1978 10-1-1 Champs 14-5-1 CCS Region IV, CCS Div. II, 1-1
1979 5-4-3 Second 7-6-5
1980 5-5 Fourth 5-15
1981 10-0 Champs 13-7 CCS Div. II, 0-1
1982 9-2-1 Champs 10-7-3 CCS Div. II, 1-1
1983 9-2-1 Second CCS Div. II, 0-1
1984 11-2-1 Second 15-5-3 CCS Div. II, 1-1
1985 7-4-3 Fourth 10-5-3
1986 Second 9-1-3 CCS Div. II ?
1987
1988
1989 10-0-2 Champs 17-2-2 CCS Div. II, took second place
1990 8-8-2 CCS Div. II, ?
1991 10-1-1 Second Co-Champions with Gilroy for the CCS Div. II South title including the MBL, MTHL and SCCAL leagues. First SC, CCS soccer Championship.

1992 8-3-1 Third CCS Div. II, 0-1, seeded eleventh
1993 11-3 tie Second 12-6-1 CCS Div. II, 0-1 on penalty shots
1994 4-8
1995 11-1 CO-CH/W 14-2-1 Received number one seed in CCS Div. II. But there is no record of the CCS playoffs. (Let us know)

1996 8-3-1 Second 16-5-2 CCS Div. II, 1-1
1997 11-1 Champs 20-1-2 CCS seeded first for the first time. Lost to Pioneer in the finals in triple overtime and 22 sudden death kicks.

1998 8-1-1 Third 10-4-2 Records with four more matches to go
Ended up with a co-championship with Watsonville

1999 10-2 Second 15-3-1
2000 3-8-1 Fifth 6-10-1
2001 5-6-1 Fourth 8-6-2 CCS Division II, Co-Champion Gilroy
Coach Sergio Sierra retired this year. He took over the job in 1990 and retired in 2001 after 12 years. He finished his career with a 124-75-24 record. SC out scored opponents 425-273

2002 9-1-2 Champs 15-2-3 Third seed. CCS Div. II, Four OT’s, Co-Ch Pioneer

2003 10-2 Champs 19-3 CCS Div II 4-0 Sole Champs for first time
2004 9-1-2 Champs 14-3-4 CCS Div. II Champs for third straight season
2005 8-1-3 Second 11-4-4 CCS Div. II 0-1
2006 5-5-2 Tie third 10-8-5 Big game tie with perennial Champ Watsonville 2007 6-3-1 Champs 10-5-4 No information on CCS results
2008 7-2-1 Second 8-6-3 CCS 0-1. 8th year in row made CCS playoffs
2009 12-0-0 Champ 16-3-2 CCS 0-1. Lost to the eventual champions Pioneer in the final second. First team since 1981 to go undefeated in league

2010 9-2-1 Second 11-7-2 CCS Div. II1, Champs. Seeded third
2011 11-1 Champs 16-5-1 CCS Div. III, Champs
2012 10-1-1 Champs 11-6-3 CCS Div. III, semifinals 1-1
2013 8-4-0 Second 10-11-0 CCS Div. III, 0-1


BOYS SWIM RECORDS

1993

200 medley relay: Fifth. Nur, Bruland, Smith and Trumm in 1:56.0
200 freestyle: Second. Korte in 1:50.22
400 freestyle: Sixth. Thompson in 1:54.10
200 individual medley: Second. Thompson in 2:01.64
500 freestyle: Second, Thompson in 4:57.27 and fifth Korte in 5:03.58
200 freestyle relay: Second, White, Thompson, Dunlap, Korte in 1:36.48
100 backstroke: none
100 breaststroke: First, Thompson in 1:1:0287
400 freestyle relay: Third, White, Korte, Dunlap, Thompson in 3:34.05
Diving: First, Warner, 365.00 points and third, Holmberg 297.90 points and fifth Dutra 174.05

These times applied at the beginning of May, but in the last list didn’t make the top five.
50 freestyle: Fifth., Korte in 24.04
100 butterfly: Fifth. Korte in 1:0115
100 freestyle: Third, Thompson, 51.85

1994

1995
Sentinel stats for boys swimming on May 10, 1995 listed by place in rankings, name and best time. 200 medley relay: 3. SC, 1:55.28
200 individual medley: League record, Steve Hatch 1:56.10, 1980.
50 freestyle: 5. Clew, 24.11
200 freestyle relay: 3. SC 1:40.92
100 breaststroke: 4. Reefe, 1:09.36
400 freestyle relay: 3, 3:48.10

1996 Sentinel final boys swim best five marks, listed by place, name and time, May 24.
100 BACKSTROKE
4. Hanson 59.76
100 BREASTSTROKE
4. Alvarado, 1:0904
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
League record. Hatch, 1:56.10
200 MEDLEY RELAY
3. SC 1:49.69
200 FREE RELAY
5. SC 1:37.24

BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING
Trident, May 15. 1997 The members of the boys varsity team is listed, their events, their best times, plus those who qualified for CCS.
Varsity Boys
Steve Kele: 100 in 107.73 and 100 fly
Sean Echols: 100 fly
Peter Whitney: 500 free, 100 free, 50 backstroke, and 200 medley relay
Forest Myatt and Lloyd Mueller 50 free and 100 free
Raul Clemens 199.7 points in diving

SCHS BOYS SWIMMING TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
DUAL LEAGUE
RECORD MEET RECORD
CCAL
1960 Fifth FIRST OFFICAL TEAM
1961
1962 3-4 tie Fifth
1963 Al Weimers coach. Three swimmers made the CCAL finals
1964 Second The third column is for the league meet
MBL
1965 Won MBL Relays
1966 Second At the league meet the top placers qualify to swim in the
CCS trials to have a good enough time to make the finals.
1967 0-8 Last
1968 6-4
1969 7-2 As of April 4th this is the record
1970 4-2 5-3 Second at MBL relays
1971 7-2 Third 9-2

MBL NORTH AND SOUTH
1972
1973 Fourth
1974 7-3 Fourth 8-3
1975 4-5 Fifth Ten teams in MBL league

SCCAL
1976 Start of SCCAL only five teams swim
1977 Fourth
1978 Second Undefeated in league dual meets
1979 Champs
1980 2-1 Champs
1981 3-1 Second 4-2
1982 Second
1983 Were good
1984 4-0 Second Undefeated in dual meets. Second league meet
1985 Third
1986 4-1 Third Swimmers who qualify go to CCS finals at Stanford
1987 3-1 Second 4-1 Won Salinas Invitational
1988 tied Second
1989 Second 4-1
1990 3-1-1 Second 5-1-1
1991 3-1 Second 5-1
1992 3-1 Second 5-1 Took second place in three meets:
SCCAL Relays: SC Sprint Invitational; Aptos-Harbor-Cabrillo Invitational, Some Swimmers competed at the Northern California Invitational at Foothill College.

1993 3-1 Second 5-1 Took second place at three meets: SC County Relay; SC Sprint Invitational and Gunderson of San Jose Invitational.

1994 2-2 Second Took fourth at Harbor Invitational and second at SC relays
1995 Third
1996 tied Fourth 1-4
1997 2-3
1998 Fourth
1999 Diver Alex Jones league champ 339.6, Freshman Pat Jacobson and O’Grady won league events

2000 Second Soph’s Pat Jacobson and Sean O’Grady broke meet records
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 Fifth 5-1 Remember fifth is for the league meet not the dual meets
2011 Second
2012 5-1 CHAMPS Scored at CCS
2013 CHAMPS Second Straight Title


SCHS BOYS TENNIS TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE RECORD OTHER
PLACE
Northern California Section is listed as NCS
CCAL LEAGUE
1916 Champs
1917 Champs
1918 Champs
1919 Champs
1920 Second to Pacific Grove CHAMPS
1921 Champs
1922 Champs
1923 Champs
1924 Champs
1925 Champs Hyman Wiezel, STATE singles Champion
1926 Champs
1927 Champs
1928 Champs for the twelfth time in a row. Coach H.L Stevens, who does not sit on the sidelines during practice, but plays against the players, corrects mistakes and makes suggestions as they play.

1929 Second to Monterey
1930 Champs First competition outside the CCAL. (NCS) competition at Cal
1931 Champs
1932 Second to Pacific Grove
1933 Second to Pacific Grove
1934 Second to Monterey SC at NCS (North Coast Section) third place
1935 Champs
1936 Champs In 1936 and 37 Art Melliar and Fred Vanselus won the STATE doubles championships
1937 Champs
1938 Champs .
1939 Champs Fifth Championship in a row. Bill Ashton and Jim O’Hara were STATE doubles champions. Barry Bliss was NCS singles champion and went to the semifinals at STATE

1940 Second to Monterey Dual meet record for SC 1-3. Monterey broke a string of SC’s 5 straight titles. In 1940 tennis was recognized as a major sport

1941 Triple Champions three way tie SC, Salinas and Monterey. Each team had a 5-1 record. Eugene Shatkin made the NCS finals.

1942 Champs for the 26 time. Shatkin and Nittler won the CCAL doubles title
1943-1944 No matches World War II
1945 Sports contests were cancelled due to the Presidents death 4/20/45.
In the Spring a lot of athletes played two sports at the same time and a few did three
because of the short schedules

1946 Second Monterey champs
1947 Record 2-3, Lost to Salinas
1948 No results because of rain
1949 Last 1-7
1950 Third
1951 Tie for fourth 3-7 At NCS scored 2.5 points
1952 9-3 Second Monterey Champs and SC to NCS
1953 Ninth Monterey Champs After five years of not being a major sport, it is now
1954 50-50 season
1955 Champs First Championship since 1939
1956 One win
1957 4-9-1
1958 Champs
1959
1960 3-1 mainly sophomore team
1961 1-7
1962
1963 4 losses recorded
1964

MBL LEAGUE
1965
1966 4-10 sixth
1967 Edie Jordon coach
1968
1969 2-5
1970 Dennis Mullen new coach
1971
1972 Jeff Currin and Marc Ballgae won the doubles title
1973 Sixth 7-11
1974 6-3 Second 13-5 Most successful season in last decade
1975 9-1 Champs 14-2 Seventeen years after last championship

SCCAL LEAGUE
1976 10-0 Champs 16-0 Beat Salinas in playoffs. Eric Frieberling won league singles: Phil Kashap and Matt Taugawa won doubles
1977 10-0 Champs 14-7 CCS 0-1
1978 10-0 Champs
1979
1980 7-1 Co-Ch/A Co-Champion with Aptos
1981 Second
1982 10-0 Champs Lost in CCS Region IV finals
1983 10-0 Champs
1984 10-0 Champs 16-3 CCS 0-1
1985 9-1 Co-Ch/A 15-6 CCS 0-1
1986 10-0 Champs 17-4
1987 10-0 Champs 17-2-1 CCS 0-1
1988 10-0 Champs CCS 0-1
1989 10-0 Champs 19-1 Seed fourth in CCS
1990 12-0 Champs 16-2 CCS 1-1
1991 8-2 Second
1992 10-0 Champs 13-2 CCS 0-1
1993 12-0 Champs 18-1 CCS 0-1
1994 12-0 Champs 18-3 18th title in 21 years
1995 10-0 Champs CCS 1-1.
Coach Mullin took over as tennis coach in 1970 and turned the program around with a second place finish in 1974. From there his teams won the championships every year but three, 1979, 1981 and 1991. For a total of 18 years.
In SCCAL play SC was the champion for 17 years.

1996 3-7
1997 4-6 Fourth
1998 8-2 Second
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005 6-6 Fourth
2006
2007 8-2 Second
2008
2009 8-2 Second
2010 9-1 Co-Champs/Aptos SC beat Aptos in a tie breaker to win the leagues spot to CCS. At CCS went 1-1

2011 10-0 Champions Sam and Jacob Imsland doubles champions advanced to CCS
Team at CCS 0-1
2012 4-0 Champions Walker Nodine won league singles title and advanced to CCS
SC not qualified for CCS as the league has only five teams

2013 4-0 Champions Walker Nodine won league singles and Ben Batcher and
Carl Thigpen won doubles title. The three advanced to CCS. Coach petitioned CCS to allow SC a spot in the CCS playoffs. CCS allowed and the team 0-1 at CCS.
2014


BOYS TRACK RECORDS UP TO 1955

SCHS TRACK RECORDS UP TO 1955 From the Trident

VARSITY
100 yard dash; Angell, :10.2, 1939
220 yard dash; Kranich and Walker, :23.5, 1947
440 yard dash; Bly, :51.2, 1947
880 yard run; Young, 1:59.0, 1935
1 mile; Voris, 4:35.2, 1932
180 yard low hurdles; Burkett and Johnson, :21.5, 1947
Cheney, 1952
880 relay; Orr, Crowley, Bly, Kranich, 1:33.9, 1947
High jump; Ford, 5’10”, 1933
Dixon, 1940
Broad jump; Peterson, 20’11”, 1931
Pole vault; Hall, 11’10”, 1946
Shot Put; Cheney, 53’4 1/2”, 1952
Discus; Jenkins, 118’ 5 ½”, 1946

LIGHTWEIGHTS
75 yard dash; Jordan, :08.2, 1948; Pagnini, 1952; Silva, 1954
150 yard dash; Pagnini, :16.1, 1952; Silva, :15.3, 1954
330 yard dash; Bly, :38.2, 1954
660 yard dash; Wright, 1:28.7, 1947
1320 yard run; Forbes, 3:24.0, 1954
120 yard low hurdles, Macauley, :14.0, 1942
70 yard high hurdles–no record
440 yard relay; Antonelli, Hackbarth, Macauley, Stiffler, :46.0, 1942
High Jump; Macauley, 5’7 ½”, 1938
Broad Jump; Macauley, 21’ 1 ¼”, 1942
Pole vault; Dotta, 10’ 6”, 1934; Williams, 1939; Puget 1940; Migues, 1947
Shot Put; Torchio, 49’10 ¾”, 1939
Discus; Braverman, 119’ 8 ½”, 1938

1991. Sentinel. May 30. SCCAL bests ten in boys track and field by place, name and time or distance for SC athletes

100 meters: 2, Bell 11.15 and 6, Stephens 11.3.
200 meters: 3, Bell 22.37 and 7, Nevin 23.4 and 9, Stephens 23.7
400 meters: 4, Nevin 52.5 and 9, Henry 54.7 and 10, Bell 53.3
800 meters: 1, Lang 1:55 and 7 tie, Allen 2:05.1 and 7 tie, Cary 2:05.1 and 9, Street 2:06.3
1,600 meters: 2, Lang 4:26.9 and 5, Johnson 4:32.4
3,200 meters: 3, Johnson 9:42 and 9, Liberatore 10:40.3
110 meter high hurdles: 5, Homan 15.9
300 meters intermediate hurdles: none
400 meter relay: 1, Santa Cruz 43.5
1,600 meter relay: 1, Santa Cruz 3:30.6
Long jump: 2, Robinson 19-6. High jump: 2, Robinson 5-10.
Triple jump: 7, Robinson 35-8.
Shot put: 9, Weaver 38-0.
Discus: 4, Weaver 116-3 and 6, Sutton 107-2 and 7, Croghan 105-0.
Pole vault: 6, Whiting 10-0.

1992 Sentinel. SCCAL bests ten in boys track and field by place, name and time or distance for SC athletes

100 meters
1 Bell 10.62
3 Crespi 11.1
7 Stephens 11.4

200 meters
1 Bell 21.94
3 Crespi 23.1
7 Nevin 24.0

400 meters
2 tie Nevin 51.9
2 tie Henry 51.9
5 Bell 53.3
7 N. Allen 54.5

800 meters
5 N. Allen 2:04
8 Stovall 2:10

1,600 meters
10 Stovall 4:54.7

400 meter relay
1 SC 42.77

Mile relay
1 SC 3:22.85

110 meter high hurdles
3 Whiting 15.8
7 tie Meyer 17.2

300 meter intermediate hurdles
5 Porter 41.6
9 Meyer 43.0

Long jump
2 Crespi 22-2
3 Robinson 21-1
5 Stephens 20-4
10 Keyser 19-6

Triple jump
4 Crespi 43-7
10 Meyer 38-7

High jump
3 Robinson 6-4
5 tie Corcoran 5-10

Shot put
3 Weaver 47-6
8 Croghan 41-4
10 Sutton 39-0

Discus
3 Weaver 138-11
6 Sutton 131-4

Pole vault
1 Whiting 13-6
2 Dalbesio 12-0
4 Greiner 11-0

1993, Sentinel box on May 20, Area Prep best time for boys division participants for the first ten places in each event. Just listing SC, by event, place in event, name and time of distance

100 meters
1 Stephens 10.6
2 Robinson 10.9
4 Churchill 11.2

200 meters
1 Stephens 22.1
3 Henry 22.7
4 Churchill 22.9
9 Nevin 23.5

400 meters
1 Henry 51.0
3 Nevin 52.4
6 Porter 63.2

800 meters
6 Lainez 2:05.0
7 Street 2:05.7
8 Liberatore 2:06.0
9 Allen 2:06.7

1,600 relay
1 SC 3:27.0

400 meter relay
1 SC 43.2

1,600 meters
8 Liberatore 4:39.3

3,200 meters
8 Liberatore 10:49.0

110 meter high hurdles
2 Meyers 14.8
5 Whiting 15.9

300 meter intermediate hurdles
2 Meyer 39.9
4 Porter 40.9
7 Dalbesio 42.8

Long jump
1 Robinson 21-7
2 Stephens 21-4
8 McDuffie 19-7
9 Benitez 19-5

Triple jump
2 Meyer 43.0
7 Delgado 40-2
10 Abraham 38-0

High jump
1 Robinson 6-5
4 McDuffie 6-0

Shot Put
1 Croghan 47-2
8 Dunn 43-7

Discus
3 Croghan 134-2
10 Sutton 126-8

Pole Vault
2 Whiting 13-6
7tied Dalbesio 11-0

1993
On April 14 in the San Jose Mercury, Jermaine Robinson in third place in the long jump at 21-7, was the only Cardinal who made the CCS Track and Field leaders, which listed only the top three competitors.

1994
1994. Sentinel box on May 15, including all SCCAL Boys participants for the first ten places in each event. Just listing SC, by event, place in event, name and time of distance

400 meter relay: 1. SC 43.4
Mile relay: 1. SC 3:28.6
110 high hurdles: 2. Jimmy Meyer in 14.6
300 intermediate hurdles: Jimmy Meyer in 38.3
100 meters: 1. Reggie Stephens 10.6. 2. Jermaine Robinson 10.9. 4. Henry, 11.4
200 meters: 1. Stephens in 22.1. 2. Henry 22.4. 6. Meyer 23.8
400 meters: 1. Henry 50.4. 5. Meyer 53.0. 8. Marquz 53.7. 11. Street 53.9
800 meters: 4. Liberatore 2:02.0. 7. Street 2:02.8
1,600 meters: 4. Liberatore 4:32.5. 6. Small 4;38.2. 8. Kessler 4:43.0
3,200 meters: 4. Josh Small in 9:59.9. 5. Liberatore 10:13.0. 6. Kessler 10:34.9
Long jump: 1. Stephens in 21-1 ¾. 2. Robinson 22-0 ½. 8. Meyers 19-1. 10. Marquez 18-7
Triple jump: 1. Meyers 43-9 ¼. 6. Abraham 38-5. 8. Benitez 37-2. 10. Tuthill 36-8
High jump: 2. Robinson 6-2. 8. Meyers 5-6
Shot put: none
Discus: none
Pole vault: 2. Whiting 10-6. 3. Tol 10-6. Based on the fewest misses. 4. Martin 10-0. 6. Harman 9-6. 7. Keyser-Allen 9-6

SCHS BOYS TRACK TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

LEAGUE LEAGUE TOTAL OTHERS
MEET DUAL DUAL
PLACE RECORD RECORD

1916 League meet scoring: SC 41, Salinas 27, King City 17, Hollister 17, Pacific Grove 12, Monterey 3. SC has won the league track title eleven times in the previous twelve meets.
1917 Second to Salinas
1918 Champs
1919 Champs
1920 Hollister won. This is only the third time in sixteen years the Cards did not win. The league is now a full fledged member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)
the governing body of California high schools.
1921` Third
1922 Salinas won, SC second
1923 Champs (North Coast Section) NCS Fourth 17 points
1924 Champs NCS Fourth
1925 Hollister won, SC second
1926 Hollister won, SC second
1927 Champs
1928 Champs
1929 Champs fifth at NCS, Capt. Fred Whaley won the 220. Les Voorhees won mile and 880
1930 Last Due to wet weather and condition of the track the season started late
1931 Fourth Bill Staples scored 15 points at Hollister Invite. Set CCAL record in discus 136
1932 Fourth At the new Cal Stadium, NCS 8 points and at Modesto for State 7 points
1933 Third NCS 8 points. At NCS, Manuel Netto threw the football 190’ 8” to qualify for State
1934 Seventh NCS 12 points, State 2. Jack Bassett broke CCAL shot put record at 49’11”
1935 Third NCS 10 points. State 3. Darold Young scored 70 points for the season
1936 Fifth NCS 2. State 0.
1937 Third NCS 3. State 2. Out of 39 NCS schools, SC took seventh place
1938 Fourth NCS 10. State 2. Larry McLean scored 12 ¼ points at the CCAL meet
1939 Second 880 relay team scored 8 points at NCS
1940 Third Second Monterey relays, sixth at King City relay of 23 schools. NCS twelfth out of 40 schools
1941 Third NCS 1.5 points for twelfth place
1942 Second NCS 4 points for tenth place
1943 No sports, because of World War II
1944 Third
1945 Fourth
1946 Fourth Out of the nine CCAL schools, SC was fourth. Hollister Invitational SC second. In a dual meet with Salinas, who is a top track school, SC won 69-44. SC set the Mile Relay Record at the Modesto relays in a time of 3:32.5. SC took fourth at the Modest Relays behind first place Compton, Inglwood and Modesto. Also won the mile relay at the Burlingame and Hollister relays.

1947 CO-Champions with Pacific Grove NCS 32 points. Cass Bly qualify for CIF (STATE)
1948 Lot of rain cancellations
1949 Seventh NCS one point
1950 Seventh NCS 3 points and CIF
1951 Tie Fourth NCS 2.5 points and CIF
1952 Fifth NCS 10 points and CIF
1953 Ninth The last five years track was treated as a minor sport, but now is back to major
1954 Seventh
1955 Fifth No one qualified for NCS. At the Modesto Relays SC was fifth

1956 Last 0-6 3-6 At NCS Salinas took first place and Watsonville second. San Mateo and Santa Clara counties had only a few teams able to compete with the CCAL’s top teams. Salinas was eighth at State.

1957 Tenth, League meet scored 4 points.
1958 Sixth, League meet scored 8 points. Dual meet record 3-3
1959 Fifth, League meet scored 15 points At NCS Salinas second and King City seventh
1960 Fifth
1961 Sixth
1962 Fifth NCS 4 points
1963 Eleventh Last
1964 Fifth

MBL LEAGUE
1965 Third

1966 is the first year that track divided into separate divisions by the size of the schools. CCS (Central Coast Section) is new this year covering Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties.

1966 Fifth (Central Coast Section) CCS Div. III, fourth. CIF (STATE) 0 points.
1967 Third CCS Div. III, 10 points. Won Dads Relays involving 19 teams
1968 Fifth CCS Region III, second place. Over the last five seasons the team has broken all but three school records. Three track men received college scholarships.

1969 Fourth CCS Div. III, second place
1970 Seventh 1-5 CCS Div. III, 5 points
1971 Only two participants at the league meet

MBL NORTH AND SOUTH DIVISIONS
1972 Seventh
1973 not many participants
1974 not many participants
1975 not many participants

SCCAL LEAGUE
1976 More participants, but no records
1977 Third Placed at CCS. Boys and Girls varsity, Frosh-Soph and JV, all did well
1978 Fourth Placed at CCS
1979 Third.
1980 Fifth 3-3 Two athletes to CCS. At the Kiwanis Club, Santa Cruz All County Relay meet, Santa Cruz came in fourth with 34 points.

1981 Second
1982 Seventh Last
1983 Seventh Last
1984 Fourth
1985
1986 Kurt Hodges and Brandon Smith to CCS. No SCCAL boy qualified for STATE
1987 Fourth 5-2
1988 Third. Won CCS Region IV meet. Won CCS finals
1989 Third Won CCS Region IV meet

1990 Second 5-1 6-1. Won CCS Reg. IV meet for the third time in a row. Third place at CCS. Second place at the 21st annual Santa Cruz county relays. Third place at the Gilroy Invite and the West Valley College Invite. Second place at Kiwanis Invite at Soquel. Participated at the Kiwanis-Bellarmine meet with 70 schools. Stanford Invite the most prestigious in Northern Cal, SC had seven boys participated and did well. (An exceptional group had the chance to show what they could do. There is not enough room here to record all the fine efforts by the athletes. Go to the year 1990 and read how well everyone did. The girls did very well also.)

1991 Second 5-1 7-1 . Fifth place, CCS Reg. IV, meet. STATE participants
1992 Second 5-1 6-1 Northern Cal Invitational second. Santa Cruz Sprint Invite second. Aptos Invite second

1993 Champions 6-0. Participated CCS South Trials and CCS finals
1994 Champions 6-0. Won County Relay Crown. Tied for Coast Invitational crown

1995 Seventh 0-4 SC has become something of a track power for the past decade. SC was champions in 1993 and 1994 plus second places in 1990-1991-1992. The team seems to be going into a rebuilding mode.

1996 Less than second 1-3 League dual meets 2-3 with Harbor missing
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 League Champions with the girls for the first time ever. It has been 16 years, 1994, since being champions, when SC scored 188 points, which was 78 points more than last years champion. Well represented at CCS with eight athletes. Taylor Kientzel placed seventh at STATE.

2011 Champs 4-1 Three athletes placed individually at CCS, plus a relay team

2012 Second Three athletes placed at CCS and one at STATE. There were only
two dual meets, rest were multiple meets or large meets on Saturdays.

2013 Champs Sixth place at CCS. Four athletes place at CCS. Three went to STATE


SCHS BOYS VOLLEYBALL TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD
1990 Club sport not supported by the school.
1991 6-2
1992 5-3 Third
1993 Third at the Santa Cruz Invitational
1994
1995 4-7 School sanctioned this year
1996 6-8 Sixth
1997 1-8
1998 No information. Did not have enough players to warrant a coach, at least in some years. Tight budgets


SCHS BOYS WATER POLO TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

In 2012, Last year the SCCAL had only five teams, which was not enough to qualify for an automatic bid to the CCS Playoffs. So this year the SCCAL water polo teams are moving to the Tri County Athletic League (TCAL).
The new format will provide more competitive balance and more opportunities to play in the postseason with four teams guaranteed CCS berths. The divisions were decided by league coaches based on strength of program and approved by the school athletic directors. Each division will play a double round robin schedule and hold an end-of-season tournament.
At this time the upper Mountain Division consists of Aptos, Carmel, Monterey, Stevenson, Salinas, Santa Cruz and Soquel. If a school has trouble in competing at this level they will move down to the lower division the Valley Division next year.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
DUAL LEAGUE
RECORD RECORD

MBL LEAGUE
1969 3-3 First year of play
1970 4-4 Not a league sport
1971 4-3
1972
1973
League champions will now go to the CCS playoffs. Later on other teams with good records can also qualify

1974
1975 1-5 a partial record

SCCAL LEAGUE
1976
1977 0-6 Last
1678 0-6 Last 0-10
1979 0-6 Last
1980 1-5 Last 10-6
1981 0-6 Last
1982

SCHS IS IN AN ELEVEN TEAM SOUTHEREN CCS CONFERENCE
1983 6-4 Fifth 10-10
1985
1986 2-4 10-16
1987 3-5 Third 10-16
1988 2-6 Fourth 5-7
1989 2-8 Fifth 3-12

1990 2-2 Three way tie for second. 15-9 Qualified for CCS for the first time by winning the league playoff. CCS 0-1
1991 3-5 tie last 3-8
1992 3-5 Third 6-15 League playoff 0-1
1993 5-3 Second 11-7 Made CCS for only the second time. CCS 0-1

1994 0-8 Last 4-17
1995 1-7 Last 1-13
1996 0-8 Last 8-18
1997 0-8 Last 2-18
1998 1-7 Last
1999 Second 22-5 Best season ever. Only third time to CCS
Won own tournament and the Watsonville tourney. Beat Harbor for the first time and did it three times. Reached the CCS semifinals, got further than any other SC team.

2000 10-2 Second 19-9 CCS Div. II was seeded fifth, but lost in first round. Won the Independence High of San Jose Tournament. San Jose Mercury poll ranked SC fourteenth in CCS and put Pat Jacobson on their Honor Roll of CCS top three Water Polo players.

2001 5-6-1 Fourth
2002 Fourth
2003 2-7 Seventh
2004 Was in CCS playoffs

2005 Gave Soquel their first loss in nine years of league play. Made CCS

2006 6-2 Second 15-8 League playoffs 1-1
2007 6-2 Second 15-8 CCS Division II, 1-1. Won Live Oak Tourney
2008 2-6 Last 5-11 League playoff 0-1
2009 4-4 Third 5-8 Only five teams in league. Allows no CCS playoffs
2010 4-4 Third 8-14 Only five teams in league2011 4-4 2011 4-4 Third 7-10 League playoff 0-1. Coach applied for place in the CCS playoffs and was accepted

TRI COUNTY MOUNTAIN LEAGUE for the best teams in the MBL and SCCAL leagues combined
2012 5-7 Fourth 10-12 New league called Tri County Mountain (TCML 2013 6-6 Third 13-11 League playoff 2-1 for third place. CCS Div. II 0-1
2014 6-6 Third 14-9 League playoff 1-1, CCS Div, II. 1-1


SCHS FOOTBALL TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

The league started as the CCAL or Coast Counties Athletic League in 1921. The larger schools formed the “A” league and the smaller schools the “B” league. This changed back and forth over the years.

YEAR LEAGUE LEAGUE SEASON OTHER
RECORD PLACE RECORD

CCAL LEAGUE UNTIL 1965
1921 2-2 Second 2-2
1922 2-1 Second 5-2
1923 2-1 Second 4-1-1

1924 2-1 C0-CH/H 2-3-3 Hollister and Santa Cruz had 2-1 records in a four team league. SC defeated Hollister in league 7-6. They played two games trying to break the tie and each game ended in ties, 3-3 and 0-0. Since NCS was having their playoff finals the following week, Hollister won the coin flip, but lost to Lick Willmering of San Francisco

1925 1-2 Third 3-5
1926 0-3 Last 4-3-1
1927 1-1-1 Third 3-3-2
1928 3-0 CHAMPS 5-2-2 Lost to B league Monterey in playoff
1929 4-2 Third 4-3-1
1930 4-2 Second 4-3
1931 2-2-1 Third 4-2-3
1932 2-2 Third 4-4
1933 1-3 Fourth 2-5-1
1934 1-2-1 Fourth 1-5-1
1935 2-2 Third 5-5
1936 0-2-2 Fourth 1-7-3
1937 0-4 Last 2-6
1938 0-2-2 Third 2-4-2
1939 2-1-1 Second 4-2-1
1940 0-3-1 Last 0-6-1
1941 3-1 Second 4-1-1
1942 1-3 Third 1-6-1
1943 War no games
1944 3-0 CHAMPS 5-0 Considered at this time the best ever school team
Only the third SC football team to win a Championship

1945 2-1-1 Third 3-2-3
1946 2-2 Third 3-3
1947 1-3 Fourth 1-5
1948 2-2 Third 4-2
1949 2-2 Third 4-3
1950 2-3-1 Third 4-3-1
1951 2-4 Third 3-5
1952 4-1-1 Second 6-1-1
1953 2-4 Third 3-5
1954 4-2 Second 4-4
1955 1-5 Fourth 1-8
1956 0-6 Last 0-8
1957 4-2 CHAMPS 4-4-1 Fourth SC football team to win championship
1958 4-2 Second 7-2
1959 6-0 CHAMPS 9-0 Considered by the media as the top team in Northern California. Defeated Berkeley considered the top team in Northern California, Bellarmine top team in Santa Clara County and Burlingame top team on the San Mateo Peninsula

1960 3-1 Second 5-4
1961 2-2 Second 3-6
1962 3-1 Second 6-3
1963 4-0-1 CHAMPS 7-0-1 Sixth SC football team to win championship
1964 0-4-1 Last 0-8-1

BECAME MONTEREY BAY LEAGUE — MBL
1965 0-5 Last 0-9
1966 1-3-2 Fifth 3-4-2
1967 2-5 Sixth 2-7
1968 7-0 CHAMPS 9-0 Seventh SC football team to win championship
1969 5-1-1 Second 6-2-1
1970 4-5 Sixth 5-5
1971 0-9 Last 0-10

MBL WAS DIVIDED INTO NORTH and SOUTH DIVISIONS
The North covering Santa Cruz County other than Watsonville
1972 0-9 Last 0-10
1973 3-4 Third 4-4
1974 1-5 Fifth 2-6
1975 2-6 Last 2-7

SCCAL.—SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE — for all schools other than Watsonville, who went with the MBL South. Then later came back to the SCCAL, then later back to MBL

1976 0-9 Last 0-9
1977 0-5 Last 1-8
1978 2-3 Third 3-5
1979 2-3 Fourth 4-5
1980 2-3 Fourth 2-7
1981 1-3-1 Fourth 1-7-1
1982 1-4 Fifth 3-6
1983 1-3-1 Fourth 3-5-1
1984 1-4 Last 3-6
1985 3-3 Fourth 4-5
1986 3-2-1 Third 7-2-1
1987 0-6 Last 1-8-1
1988 1-5 Last 2-8
1989 1-5 Sixth 2-7
1990 4-2 Second 6-3
1991 3-3 Fifth 4-5-1
1992 1-5 Sixth 3-7
1993 4-3 Fourth 7-3
1994 6-0 CHAMPS 12-1 CCS DIVISION III, finals at San Jose State Stadium
Eighth SC team to win league championship
1995 1-5 Sixth 3-7
1996 0-6 Last 0-10
1997 1-5 Sixth 3-7
1998 1-5 Sixth 2-8
1999 1-5 Sixth 2-8
2000 1-5 Sixth 2-7-1
2001 2-4 Fourth 3-7
2002 3-4 Fourth 5-5
2003 2-4 Fourth 5-5
2004 3-3 Third 7-5 CCS DIVISION IV semi-finals
2005 3-2-1 Fourth 8-3-1 CCS SMALL SCHOOLS DIVISION semi-finals
2006 0-6 Last 0-10
2007 2-3 Fourth 3-6

2008 4-2 Third 10-3 CCS SMALL SCHOOLS DIVISION CHAMPS
Defeated Pacific Grove at San Jose City College
2009 3-3 Third 4-6
2010 2-2-2 Fifth 3-5-2
2011 2-4 sixth 4-5-1
2012 3-3 Third 6-4
2013 1-5 Fifth 1-9
2014 3-3 Fourth 4-6

SINGLE SEASON RUSHING, RECEIVING, SCORING RECORDS FOR SC UP TO 2013
Listed by place in the SCCAL, name, year played and yards gained
On the SCCAL Internet page the places are a little different then originally listed
From Jim Seimas of the Sentinel
RUSHING
PL NAME YEAR YARDS
4 Johnny Johnson 1985 1729
7 Jonah Hodges 2011 1566
12 Reggie Stephens 1993 1266
16 Michael Frye 2003 1231
20 Jim Courtright 1984 1176
22 Glen Hill 1982 1165
30 Bobby Costa 1956 1002

RECEIVING
15 Murray Fleming 1969 802
24 Gino Marini 1993 712
32 Max Meyers 2007 637

SCORING
3 Johnny Johnson 1985 160
11 Jonah Hodges 2011 136
16 tie Jermaine Robinson 1993 126
13 tie Reggie Stephens 1993 126
15 John Kirby 1958 122
17 Adrian Corcoran 1993 116
17 tie Jermaine Robinson1992 116
24 Zeke Sanders 2008 102
24 tie Michael Frye 2003 102

NFL Player
In 2012, Brendon Ayanbadejo was the only Cardinal still playing Pro Football. He is with the Ravens playing line backer and special teams at 6-1 tall and weighs 225 points in his tenth year.

Playing College Football in 2012
Gino Delucchi at Angelo State as a tight end, 6-3, 215 and a senior
Jonah Hodges at Cal as a tail back at 5-9, 175, freshman



SANTA CRUZ RECORDS FOR FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, TRACK AND TENNIS WHICH COVERS THE CCAL AND MBL LEAGUES FROM 1916 TO 1976

There is a limit in how many teams can be shown on this chart. Through the forties the teams listed below covered most of the teams at SC. The chart is a good way to see how SC did each year. For example in 1918, SC won all three sports played at the time. In 1928 four sports were champions and the fifth was second. After the forties more teams were added. The girls started competitive sports in the seventies. All of this would not fit on a chart. Each sport has its own individual record on the web site.

Abbreviations: und-undefeated league season; slash marks- co or tri championships; FB-football; BB-basketball. First number listed is the league record, second number is season record. NC is for Northern Coast section playoffs. CCS for Central Coast section play offs. (2) means 2nd in league. C = championship when ran out of room otherwise will be CH

NCS- North Coast Section (was the local Section plus others, before CCS); CCS-playoffs for schools from Monterey county up to and including San Mateo county. One hundred and five schools and counting);(2 means 2nd place in the league; NC-from Bakersfield to the Oregon boarder; BEST-considered the best team in its era; TOC-tournament of champions; CAMELLIA-tournament of champions in Sacramento; DAD-Dads Club basketball tournament; M-Monterey baseball tournament; S-Salinas baseball tournament; D3-division three; QT-quarter finals of tournament. League records are listed first. Season total listed last. Some years could not find both records.

YEAR FB BB BASEBALL TRACK TENNIS
1916 3-2 CH CH
1917 5-0 CH CH
CH
1918 5-1 CH 8-2 NC FINALS CH CH
1919 3-2 CH CH
1920 8-0 CH NC CH 2ND
1921 2-2 5-1 2ND 6-2 5-1 CH 3RD
1922 3-1 2ND 5-2 4-2 CH 2ND CH
1923 4-2 2ND 2-3 4-4 CH 4TH CIF CH C
1924 2-1-2 3-4 5-0CH 10-2 NC CH 4THNC CH
1925 1-6 L 2-4 T 6-4 5-0 CH 2ND CH
1926 1-3 4-3 2ND 6-6 2ND CH
1927 2ND3-1-1 3-3-2 3-1 CH 2ND 3-5 CH CH
1928 CH 2ND 5-1 CH TO NCS CH CH
1929 4-2 2ND 5-1 CH 2-3 CH
1930 4-2 last 2-2-1 CH
1931 2-2-1 2ND 3-1 2nd 3-1 2ND CH
1932 4-2 2ND 5-2 3rd 4TH
1933 2-3 8-2 CH 4-0 CH 3RD
1934 1-2-1 2-4 6–5 1-3 CH
1935 2-2 5-1CH 5-1CH 8-1 CH
1936 LAST 2ND CH CH
1937 LAST 2ND CH 4TH CH
1938 3-1-1 2nd 7-3 2nd 4-1-1 CH CH
1939 3-1-1 2nd 12-0 CH BEST EVER 5-2 CH 6-2 2nd CH
1940 0-6-1 12-0 CH15-2 5-2 2nd 6-2
1941 3-1 2ND 7-3 3RD 3-6 TRI-CH
1942 1-3 1-5 5-1 CH 7-1 CH
1943 NO LEAGUE CITY LEAG
1944 3-0 CH 5-0 UND
BEST EVER 2-2-1 3RD
1945 3-2-3 2ND 2ND 5-0 CH 4TH
1946 3RD 1-6 LAST

YEAR FOOTBALL BASKETBALLL BASEBALL TRACK
1947 1-5 LAST 3-4-1 2-4 4TH
1948 2-2 3RD 4-2 5-3 2ND 2-4 4TH
1949 4-3 4-4 2ND 11-10 8-12
1950 4-3-1 2ND 1-7 3RD 7TH
1951 2-4 3RD 0-6 6TH 6-11 4-2 CH 12-3 4TH
1952 4-1-1 2ND 1-5 4TH 11-8 3-3 3RD 4-8 9-3
1953 2-4 3RD 3-5 5-1 CH 17-6 BEST 1-5 LAST 5-7 9TH
1954 4-2 2ND 4-4 2-4 3RD 12-11 3-3 2ND 5-6 7TH
1955 1-5 LAST 1-8 0-6 LAST 4-14 1-5 LAST 2-14 5TH
1956 0-6 LAST 0-8 2-4 3RD 4-15 0-6 LAST 4-15 LAST
1957 4-1-1 CH 4-4-1 4-2 2ND 16-8 3-3 3RD 16-9 8TH
1958 4-2 2ND 7-2 7-2 2ND 17-9 4-5 3RD 11-10 6TH
1959 6-0 CH 9-0 BEST 8-2 CH 15-6 TOC 7-3 2ND 16-8 7TH

1960 3-1 2ND 5-4 9-3 3RD 13-7 10-2 CH
20-3 M 5TH
1961 2-2 2ND 3-6 3-5 4TH 11-10 DADS 12-0 CH 20-2-1 6TH
1962 3-1 2ND 6-3 6-2 2ND 11-8 9-3 CH 19-5 M LAST

FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BASEBALL TRACK
1963 4-0-1 CH 7-0-1 7-3 3RD 12-9 13-2 CH 21-4 TOC LAST
1964 0-4-1 0-8-1 9-3 2ND 16-8 8-4 2ND 16-8 5TH
1965 0-5 LAST 0-9 9-3 CH 17-9 7-5 3RD 13-12 3RD
1966 1-3-2 5TH 3-4-2 8-6 3RD 11-10 6-3 3RD 13-9 5TH CCS D3 4TH
1967 2-56TH 2-7 12-2CH DADS 19-6 CAMELLA (8 6-1 CH RAIN 19-7 CCS 3RD 3RD
1968 7-0 CH 9-0 13-1CH DAD 22-2 CCS(2 11-2-1 CH 17-10 CCS(2 5TH
1969 5-1-1 2ND 6-2-1 12-0 CH 28-2 CCS(2) (2)2ND 13-3 CH SAL 1ST CCS(2) 3RD
1970 4-5 3RD 5-5 3-15 LAST 6-20 17-1 CH 28-3 CCS(3 (3)
1971 0-9 0-10 5-13 5TH 9-14 14-3 CH 19-9 CCS QT
1972 0-8 10-0 11-7 3RD 13-8 15-3 CH 21-7 CCS 7TH
1973 3-4 3RD 4-4 11-4 3RD 19-6 DADS 9-6 2ND 12-12
1974 1-5
2-6 3-12 4-19 9-6 third,14-12
1975 2-6 LAST 2-7 1-12 1-23 11-4 WON MBL 18-10 NORTH
1976 0-8 0-9 4-7 6-14 11-6 CH 21-11CCS (2

Tennis won in 1955, 1958, 1975. 1976 and won 19 out of 21 seasons starting in 1975.


SC WRESTLING HONORS FROM 1952

, the first wrestling team, to 1982
Until 1967 the section will be NCS, (North Coast Section)
NCI stands for (Northern California Invitational.)
Then in 1967 the CCS (Central Coast Section.) became the section for Monterey,
San Benito, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties

The following wrestlers, after league finals can qualify for the NCS section meet
and then for the NCI. Later on it will be to a State meet.
In 1967 the CCS takes over as the section
Material from 1964 to 1982 By Tex Ronning

YEAR, WRESTLER, PLACE AND HONORS

1952 Pete Likins, second at NCI

1953 At NCS and NCI, Wayne Weaver never lost a match all year. Pete Likins voted top mat man at NCI
Ed Farrell made the Junior Olympics

1954 Tom McClug and Ron Karrie at NCS.
Ed Farrell and Phil Murphy to NCS and NCI

1955 Ed Farrell winning both NCS and NCI

1956 Howard Bryant to NCS
To NCI : In their weight classifications, Craig Haas second, Lou Sills third, Paul Henneusse
Team finished seventh at Northern California Invitational

1957 Paul Henneuse, third at NCI. SC scored 7 points at NCS

1958 Roy Miyoka, Henry Wall and Tony DeLuca .
Bill Lenson, fifth for three points at NCI.
Team finished seventh at NCS

1959 Jim Hunt, Dick Gustavson, Richard Carter to NCS
At NCI: Warren King, second at 133. Tony Deluca, third at 138
Team scored 8 points at NCS

1960 Jim Hunt, third, NCS
John Rogers, fourth NCS, first at NCI

1961 Ron Miyoko, third, NCS

1962 Ron Miyoko, first, NCS; first NCI
Harvey Rogers, second NCS; second NCI
Mike Owen, second NCS

1963 ***Mike Owen champion NCS and voted the outstanding Wrestler. NCI Champion.
CCAL champion, undefeated in league meets.
Eric Taylor and Scott Ferguson qualified for NCS

1964 Ken Gledhill, Tom Johns and Dennis Rowen, NCS

1965 Brian Leohr, Gene Rochelle, NCS

1966 Kip Herren, second NCS and NCI

1967 Kip Herren, third, CCS; third NCI at 120 pounds

1968 Kip Herren, third, CCS; third NCI at 127 pounds. Over four years Herren won 103 matches, lost 19 and tied once.
Phil DiGirolamo, second at CCS and along with Jerry Malmin qualified for NCI.

1969 Gary Rochelle, second CCS, qualified for NCI
Phil DiGirolamo, fourth CCS, qualified for NCI

1970 Craig Deane, third, CCS; NCI champion at 145
Bill Scott, fourth CCS, qualified for NCI

1971 Craig Deane, first CCS; NCI champion at 145: Out Standing Wrestler at NCI, named
ALL AMERICAN

1972 Bill Scott, second CCS
Mark DiGirolamo, spent his first three years at Harbor and his fourth year at SC.
He was the NCI winner all four years from 1969-72.
Named the Outstanding Wrestler of the NCI in 1972 at 120 pounds
Named an ALL AMERICAN
His 1972 life time high school record was 148-3-2
At Cal Poly in 1973, he was a NCAA champion

1973 Randy McCullah and Rick Nelson to CCS

1974 Luther Harris, Chris Clarke and Gabe Reyes to CCS Region IV

1975 Gabe Reyes, second CCS, NCI. Bob Layton and Luther Harris CCS Region IV

1976 Bob Layton, fourth CCS and NCI.
Roy Lopez, fourth, CCS. Never lost a dual match in high school

1977 Bob Layton, second CCS, NCI

1978 Frank Easter, Greg Ronning CCS
Mike Gregoric, second CCS, NCI

1979 Roberto Raffaelli, CCS Region IV.
Mike Gregoric, Rick Hand, Don Dumller, CCS
Frank Easter, STATE

1982 Dan Prucha, fourth, CCS

COACH RONNING

To qualify for the Northern California Invitational, a wrestler had to finish in the top four at CCS.

The Outstanding Wrestlers awards at NCI, included all wrestlers at the meet. The Top Wrestler award was voted on by the coaches.

Before CCS expanded to allow up to 30 wrestlers in each weight class, wrestlers had to qualify through what was called the Region IV meet. The following wrestlers placed at the Region IV meet, but failed to finish in the top four at CCS.
Kevin O’Conner, Greg Lopez, Bob Martin, Paul Gabriel, John Munoz, Pat Rodriguez, Rick Hand, Don Dumller, Kurt Likins, Robert Raffaelli, Randy Hand, Richard Matoza and Karl Goin.

The All American awards to Mark DiGirolamo and Craig Deane were issued by the Scholastic Wrestling News.

The following four are the only four SC wrestlers to compete at the college level, during my time of coaching from 1963-82
Mark wrestled at Cal Poly only one year even though he won a NCAA championship. He decided to drop out to become a commercial painter.

Craig Deane, wrestled all four years at UCLA.

Kip Herren received a scholarship to BYU, but elected to transfer to San Francisco State, where he went on to do very well. He was a successful high school wrestling coach in Washington and is now superintendent of the Auburn High School District.

Greg Ronning wrestled at California Lutheran University for two years, before the program was dropped. Both years CLU won the Southern California NAIA championships. Greg went to the Nationals in West Virginia and Kansas, but failed to place. He went on to be ordained as a minister and has been the campus pastor at Texas Lutheran University for 19 years in 2010.

WRESTLING LEAGUE WINNERS 1963-82
LEAGUE RECORDS FROM 1964-82

League records for Coach Ronnings teams
1964 5-4
1965 12-2 Champions
66 13-4
67 7-8
68 12-3 Champions
69 9-4-1
70 9-4
71 9-4
72 11-2
73 8-7
74 8-7
75 16-1 Champions
Start of SCCAL
76 12-3
77 9-1 Champions
78 10-1 Champions
79 10-0 Champions
80 6-3-1
81 3-7
82 9-2 Champions
Total 178-67-2
Coach Ronnings total record other than his fill in for part of the 1996 season.
His teams won the league championships in 1965, 1968, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1982.
His teams deal meet records were 140 wins, 54 losses and one tie.
There were 62 wrestlers, who were league champions.

MBL CHAMPIONS and SCCAL CHAMPIONS BY YEAR, WRESTLER and WEIGHT WRESTLED AT

MBL CHAMPIONS
1964 Ken Gledhill, 133
Tom Johns, 145
Dennis Rowen, 154

1965 Bryan Loehr, 191
David Anderson, 175
Ken Gledhill, 133

1966 Kip Herren, 101
Ed Kaping, 133
Gene Rochelle, 145

1967 Brendon Baer, 133
Allan Rochelle, 133
Pat Pennell, 145
Jerry Malmin, 165

1968 Phil DiGirolamo, 120
Kip Herren, 127
Allan Rochelle, 145

1969 Phil DiGirolamo, 127
Gary Rochelle, 133

1970 Craig Deane, 145

1971 Kevin O’Connor, 133
Craig Deane, 145

MBL DIVIDED into North and South divisions
1972 Bill Scott, 127
Mark DiGirolamo, 120

1973 Randy McCullah, 112
Rick Nelson, 145

1974 Luther Harris, 127

1976 Roy Lopez, 95
Bob Layton, 103
Paul Gabriel, 154

SCCAL CHAMPIONS
1977 Bob Layton, 103
Mike Gregoric, 133
Greg Lopez, 138
Greg Ronning, 145
John Munoz, 165
Bob Martin, 235

1978 Mike Gregoric, 133
Roy Lopez, 103
Greg Ronning, 154
John Munoz, 175
Nacho Lopez, 112
Pat Rodriguez, 138
Frank Easter, 191

1979 Randy Hand, 95
Victor Matoza, 120
Jim Munoz, 127
Mike Gregoric, 133
Greg Saunders, 138
Don Dumler, 154
Rick Hand, 165
Warren Harding, 175
Frank Easter, 191
Roberto Raffaelli, 235

1980 Richard Matoza, 95
Joel Bettencourt, 127
Kurt Likins, 112
Randy Hand, 103

1981 Richard Matoza, 95
Karl Goin, 167
Dan Kean 245

1982 Dan Prucha, 126
Joel Bettencourt, 138
Dan Egan, 245

Ronning came back and coached wrestling in 1996
1996 Dan Whiting, 152
Bart White, 171
Travis Roland, 275

Coach Tex Ronning coached 65 league champions. Had a dual meet record of 140 wins, 54 losses and one tie.

Coached league champions in 1965, 1968, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1982

Material above from coach Ronning

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