More Natomas High Sports News

Athletic Director, Dennis Foster, reports that record numbers of students are participating in fall sports and that the teams are doing very well academically. Foster reminds the community that attending games encourages our athletes, and also that gate admissions collected go directly back into the sports program to help continue our success.

The varsity boys cross country team took 3rd place at the Wildfire Invite in Forest Hills. The team scorers included Zach Stone, Joe Hahn, Marcus Oliveras-Perez, Juan Fernandez, Justin Hunt, Ryan Ashby, and Spencer Stevens. For the girls, Mariel Price took 2nd place.

Girls Tennis, with a record 31 players, is having a great season. They began league play with a 3-1 record, scoring victories over Yuba City, Woodland and RiverValley. The team is coached by John Stone and assistants Rick Ratliff and Alex Agurto. What excites Coach Stone the most about this year is the personal growth and development of each of the returning players and the progress he already sees with the new players. The team has enormous spirit and camaraderie and raised more than $1,500 during their car wash on September 20th with the help of parents who ran a BBQ and snack bar to help the event.

The Girls Golf Team is small but mighty. Though they have not had enough players this season to compete as a team, with the dedication of the players that they do have, they are well on our way to having at least one player representing Natomas in the post season. Currently Laura Canales is the standout player for the team and Jovanna Fernandez is improving every week.


  1. Those three boys mentioned first – yeah, that’s my boy. The other two are his best friends. Honors program, church youth group, hard working and nice as pie.

    But one of their moms can’t get married to the person of their choosing.

Speak Your Mind