A schedule that covers every weekday in June and July has been released. June highlights a month of weight room activity, practices, and several 7 on 7 events. July has more limited activities until July 25th when the pre-season kicks into high gear with acclimation practices. The pace of activity will increase in August as there will be a Green & Gold Scrimmage in early August followed by a August 12 scrimmage vs Oakdale. The first game is across town at Kimball on August 19.
Green & Gold Scrimmage TBA
Friday, August 12, Scrimmage vs Oakdale 5:00 / 7:00 p.m.
Friday, August 19 @ Kimball
Friday, August 26 vs Bishop O’Dowd
Friday, September 2 vs Franklin EG
Friday, September 9 vs Pacheco
Friday, September 16 @ Downey
Friday, September 30 @ Lincoln
Friday, October 7 vs Tokay (Homecoming)
Friday, October 14 @ St. Mary's
Friday, October 21 vs Lodi
Friday, October 28 @ West (27th Annual Crosstown Classic)
A Frosh/Soph schedule will be released later this year if participation levels allow for three levels of football at THS.
2021 SEASON IN REVIEW MOVIE (29 minutes)
Peter B. Kyne Award Recipient - Dwayne Thomas (to see the very long and historic list of these award winners over the past 90 years, click here).
Tommy Greenhow Scholar of the Year and GPA - Cody Lammerts
John Rita Most Improved - Dylan LaDaroute
Offensive Player of the Year - Austin Ho-Sy
Defensive Player of the Year - Isaac Salinas
Lineman of the Year - Jason Matta
Most Inspirational - Darrian Marieiro
Varsity Season In Review Movie can be viewed here.
Offensive Back: Tommy Hayes
Offensive Lineman:Jeremiah Costilla
Defensive Back: Jake Navas
Defensive Lineman: Antonio Espinoza
Coaches: Wyatt Dragoo
MVP: Aidan Van Os
Captains: Aidan Van Os, Jake Navas, Daniel Chavez and Armann Sandu.
2021 Tri City Athletic League (TCAL) All League. View full list here.
Tracy players that are 1st Team All-League are:
Austin Ho-Sy, RB
Dwayne Thomas, Slot
Issac Salinas, LB
Cameron Ross-Escobar, QB
Curtis Maynor, WR
Robert Molina, DT/DE
Cody Lammerts, LB
Kyle Wright, K
Erik Smith, OL
Jason Matta, OL
Andrew Malogen, DB
Khalil Walls, DB
Jeremiah Zamora, DB
8 MINUTE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO OF THE CROSSTOWN CLASSIC
A note about photos: Photos from Friday night are uploading through Saturday a.m. All photos from the 2021 season can be viewed here. You can purchase prints and digital images through my photo website via credit card or for reduced pricing, you can contact me directly via e-mail with your photo request (digital copies or prints).
Senior Night Family Photos here (2 cameras were used so your family photos may reside in numerous places as you view the album)
Cheer, Dance Band Photos From Friday Night have uploaded here
1| 2| 3| 4| FINAL
West 0| 6| 0| 0| 6
Tracy 17|14|21|0| 52
Stats/Scoring report here
The 26th matchup of these two rival teams started with beautiful weather and plenty of senior sentiment in the air as a well produced Senior Night Ceremony was conducted. Once kickoff happened, the game seemed to lull into a slow crawl where Tracy found themselves in a tight 17-6 struggle as the half was drawing near. Suddenly with some extra curricular activities on the field and two quick Bulldog scores late in the half, the game vibe picked up and Tracy sailed away with a win as the 3rd quarter played out and a running clock kicked in.
The win gave the Dogs a much better feeling about their season as they pulled even at 5-5. A very, very slim chance of a playoff spot is possible this weekend when the brackets are drafted, but by all accounts the 2021 season came to a close this evening with the 52-6 win over West.
Tracy would dominate in total offense with 447 yards to 95 for the Wolfpack. 352 yards of that came on the ground with Austin Ho-Sy collecting 111 on 11 carries and Drew Frederick with 97 on 4 touches. Logan Murray had another strong comeback game with 67 yards and Dwayne Thomas had 45 on 2 carries.
Logan Murray 45 yard rushing TD and the kick by Kyle Wright gave Tracy a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter.
Kyle Wright was given the opportunity to go for a 41 yard field goal with 3:28 left in the quarter and he delivered straight through the uprights with a yard to spare putting Tracy on top 10-0.
Austin Ho-Sy had a 50 yard power run with 36 seconds left in the first quarter to give Tracy a 17-0 lead.
West immediately responded with a 13 yard TD pass but their point after was no good. 17-6.
With the game sludging along and momentum seemingly shifting towards West, Tracy got two scores late in the first half. Ho-Sy ran for 11 yards and the Wright point after made it 24-6. Cody Lammerts then intercepted a pass in West territory and ran it in to open up a 31-6 lead and generate a boat load of momentum going into halftime.
Early in the 3rd, Drew Frederick connected with Tyler Ward for 21 yards to make it 38-6. Frederick then found Joey Conti for a huge 74 yard TD pass to go up 45-6.
Tracy's final score of the season came when the senior Frederick ran it in from 14 yards out. Kyle Wright made his 7th and final extra point to give Tracy the 52-6 Crosstown Trophy.
Information on a team banquet and a team awards will be forthcoming. I will attempt to produce a Season in Review movie which would be shown at the banquet.
View the historical summary of the Crosstown Classic here
Friday, August 20 Home vs Kimball (42-27 loss)
Friday, September 3 @ Franklin (48-20 win)
Friday, September 10 @ Pacheco (48-0 win)
Friday, September 17 @ Vacaville (49-9 loss)
Friday, September 24 Home vs Laguna Creek (38-7 win)
Friday, October 1 Home vs St. Mary's (56-13 loss)
Friday, October 8 Home vs Lincoln (28-14 loss)
Friday, October 15 @ Lodi (42-35 loss)
Friday, October 22 @ Tokay (41-28 win)
Friday, October 29 West (52-6 win)