Terra Nova High School Tiger Athletics

Terra Nova High School, Pacifica, California
Home of Scholars & Champions
Member of the Peninsula Athletic League & Central Coast Section, CIF

 

Tiger Pride!

VARSITY FOOTBALL

Head Coach: Tim Adams [contact at (650) 550-7645 or timadams@juhsd.net]
                         Offensive Coordinator; Quarterbacks; Receivers
Asst Coach: Nick Lotti - Offensive Line; Defensive Line
Asst Coach: Ayrton Love - Co-Defensive & Special Teams Coordinator; Offensive Line; Linebackers
Asst Coach: Nick Pierotti - Co-Defensive & Conditioning Coordinator; Running Backs; Linebackers
Asst Coach: Daniel Porter - Running Backs; Defensive Backs
 
Support Personnel:
 
Ryan Marr Wyatt - Football Parents Association Coordinator
Mia Blank - Game Day Statistician
 
LEAGUE
CHAMPIONSHIPS
1975    1977    1980
1981    1982    1988
1991    1994    1995
 1996    2001    2002
 2009    2010    2011
  2012    2013
 
 
CENTRAL COAST SECTION
CHAMPIONSHIPS
 
1982    1988    2010
2014
 
 
 
The TNHS Athletic Department Online Registration Site is now open!
Make sure that you have your Physical Exam Document ready to upload!
 
CLICK HERE to access the TNHS Athletic Department Registration website.
 
Questions regarding TNHS Online Athletic Registration
should be directed to the Athletic Director at tnathleticdirector@juhsd.net.
 
 
 
   Click here  to download a copy of the 2018 Freshman, JV & Varsity Football Schedules (revised 8/12/18).
 
Click here to download a copy of IMPORTANT 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES

Click here to download the 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL SUMMER 7 on 7 SCHEDULE & RESULTS

Click here to download the 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL PRACTICE & GAME CALENDAR
 
Team Rules
 
TRADITIONAL RIVALRY RECORDS:     SKULL GAME     ANCHOR GAME
 
Click here to visit the Terra Nova Varsity Football Max Preps home page!

 

2018 Season Schedule:

Date
Day - Time
Opponent
Result
PAL
Record
Overall
Record
Be sure to scroll down and view the list of IMPORTANT VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES for information
regarding Varsity Football activities and events taking place before the first day of school.
REMEMBER THAT MANDATORY FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
Click here to download a copy of IMPORTANT 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES
5/31 THUR
2nd Semester Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to participate in a fall sport.
Remember ... summer school grades can be
used to improve your GPA.
XXX XXX XXX
8/3 FRI - 9:00 Mandatory Varsity Football Practice Begins XXX XXX XXX
8/9 THUR - 8:00
First Day of School
Minimum Day
XXX XXX XXX
8/17
FRI - TBA
TNHS - Bellarmine - Mountain View
@ Half Moon Bay
SCRIMMAGE
XXX
XXX
XXX
8/21
TUE
Fall Sportsmanship Night
6:30 pm in the TNHS Theater
A mandatory meeting for all athletes and parents!
8/24
FRI - 7:00
San Benito @ TNHS
Won: 49-14 0-0 1-0
8/31 FRI - 7:00 TNHS @ Carlmont Won: 21-10 0-0 2-0
9/3 MON
Labor Day Holiday
Practice begins at 9:00 am!
XXX XXX XXX
9/7
FRI - 7:00
TNHS @ Alisal Won: 31-14 0-0 3-0
9/14
FRI - 7:00
Piedmont Hills @ TNHS Won: 59-25 0-0 4-0
9/21 FRI
1st Six Week Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to continue fall sport season!
XXX XXX XXX
9/21 FRI - 7:00 TNHS @ Mills Won: 63-12 0-0 5-0
9/28
FRI - 1:00
Bye Date - Yary Team & Individual Photos XXX XXX XXX
10/5 FRI - 3:00 * TNHS @ Menlo-Atherton Lost: 8-30 0-1 5-1
10/8 MON
Columbus Day Holiday
Practice begins at 9:00 am!
XXX XXX XXX
10/12
FRI - 7:00
* Aragon @ TNHS
Won: 49-7 1-1 6-1
10/19
FRI - 3:00
* TNHS @ Menlo School
10/26 FRI - 7:00
* Sacred Heart Prep @ TNHS
11/2 FRI - 7:30
* TNHS @ Half Moon Bay
SKULL GAME
11/2 FRI
2nd Six Week Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to finish the fall sport season!
XXX XXX XXX
11/9-10 FRI/SAT - TBA
Central Coast Section
Open Division III Playoffs
Quarter-Finals
11/12 MON
Veteran's Day Holiday
Practice begins at 9:00 am!
XXX XXX XXX
11/16-17
FRI/SAT - TBA
Central Coast Section
Open Division III Playoffs
Semi-Finals
11/19-23 MON - FRI
Thanksgiving Recess
Practice begins at 9:00 am!
XXX XXX XXX
11/23-24 FRI/SAT - TBA
Central Coast Section
Open Division III Playoffs
Championship Game
11/30-12/1 FRI/SAT - TBA CIF Northern California Regional Playoff
12/7-8 FRI/SAT - TBA California State Championship Bowl Games
12/20 THUR
1st Semester Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to participate in a
winter season sport!
XXX XXX XXX
PRESEASON and NON-LEAGUE GAMES
* PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE BAY DIVISION GAMES
CENTRAL COAST SECTION - CIF PLAYOFF GAMES
       

2018 Team Roster:

Click here to download and print the Varsity Football Roster

 #
 NAME
 GRADE
POSITION
HT
WT
8th GRADE SCHOOL
1 Raphael Bendo 11 QB/DB 5'10" 150 Westborough
2 Mateo Jiminez 11 RB/DB 5'06" 130 Ingrid B. Lacy
3 Nathan Rios 12 REC/DB 5'09" 165 Lipman
4 Jackson Kubal 12 REC/DB 6'02" 185 Ingrid B. Lacy
5 Gio Borzoni 12 RB/DB 5'11" 185 St. Emydius
6 Tyler Ramos 11 OL/LB 5'09" 155 Fernando Rivera
7 Chase McKnight 11 REC/DB 5'10" 150 Ingrid B. Lacy
8 Jonas-Elsimo Sunga 12 SLOT/LB 5'07" 195 Ingrid B. Lacy
9 Deshawn Dawson 11 REC/LB 6'00" 185 Ingrid B. Lacy
10 Layne Courie 12 RB/LB 5'07" 200 Parkside
11 Aslan Carvolho 12 RB/LB 5'10" 180 Cabrillo
13 Dimitar Dimitrov 12 K/P 5'09" 145 Lipman
14 Elijah Pene 11 REC/LB 6'00" 140 Ingrid B. Lacy
15 Darren Blume 12 REC/DB 6'02" 175 Ingrid B. Lacy
16 Nate Chan 12 REC/DB 5'08" 135 Ingrid B. Lacy
18 Jared Julian 12 QB/DB 6'03" 210 Ingrid B. Lacy
19 Kevin Neri 12 SLOT/DB 5'09" 140 Ingrid B. Lacy
20 Dimitri Fabiani-Wyatt 10 RB/LB 5'07" 140 Ingrid B. Lacy
21 Vincent O'Brien 12 RB/DB 5'08" 145 Ingrid B. Lacy
23 Emilio Bermudez 11 RB/LB 5'05" 155 Ben Franklin
24 Jacob Zielen 11 REC/DB 5'08" 145 Vallemar
25 Michael Giannini 11 REC/LB 6'00" 175 Good Shepard
26 Justin Gauthier 12 SLOT/DB 5'09" 145 Ingrid B. Lacy
28 Giovanni Fabiani-Wyatt 12 RB/DB 5'09" 155 Ingrid B. Lacy
29 Kyle McArdle 11 OL/LB 5'10" 180 Ingrid B. Lacy
32 Benicio Talamante 11 RB/DL 506" 190 Ingrid B. Lacy
34 Joshua Catalano 12 RB/LB 5'10" 195 St. Cecilia
39 Elijah Ong 12 REC/DB 5'11" 145 Mercer
51 Jacob Goodwin 12 OL/DL 6'00" 220 Lipman
54 David Menjivar 11 OL/DL 5'10" 225 All Souls
55 Jonathan Haro 12 OL/DL 5'10" 265 Ingrid B. Lacy
56 Gino Burton 12 OL/LB 5'06" 135 Lipman
58 Milo Greenwood 12 OL/DL 6'01" 215 Fernando Rivera
60 Vlad Romashko 11 OL/DL 6'01" 285 Vallemar
62 Romeo Aranzaso 12 OL/DL 5'05" 215 Ingrid B. Lacy
70 Ka-ah-shun Laiwa 11 OL/DL 5'10" 210 Lipman
73 Tory Young 11 OL/DL 6'02" 280 Lipman
88 Neal Patel 12 REC/DL 6'01" 200 Ingrid B. Lacy
96 Christian Novelo 11 OL/DL 5'08" 210 Ingrid B. Lacy
99 Brian Gantz Jr. 12 OL/DL 6'00" 270 Westborough
 

Important Varsity Football Dates:

Championship football requires a full commitment from both the athlete and his family. It is important that a player and his parents plan ahead so that the athlete can attend school and practice in a consistent and diligent manner. A player who cannot practice, cannot play ... regardless of the reason. The Terra Nova Football Program has provided all those involved in the coming season with a detailed LIST OF IMPORTANT DATES AND A FOOTBALL GAME & PRACTICE CALENDAR. Parents and athletes are asked to check both documents often and to schedule family functions, doctor and dental appointments, etc around the football team functions listed in the calendars. If an absence from ... or tardy to ... a football team function must occur, the coaching staff expects advance notification from the parent.
 
2018 - IMPORTANT VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES - 2018
 
 Click here to download a copy of IMPORTANT 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES
 
 
 
PHYSICAL EXAMS FOR THE 2018 FOOTBALL SEASON CAN BE TAKEN NOW!
Each athlete must have passed a physical exam for tackle football during the calendar year
preceding the first day of required football practice ... physicals may be obtained from your
family physician or from the TNHS team doctor ... please plan ahead!
 
Refer to the TNHS PHYSICAL EXAM FLYER for details.
 
 
2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL ACADEMIC ALERT
A second semester 2.00 GPA is required at the end of this school
year to be academically eligible for the 2018 Varsity football season!
   
Please note that Summer School Grades can be used to improve your GPA!
Make an appointment to see your Guidance Counselor as soon as possible regarding Summer School enrollment.
              
Click here to access JUHSD Summer School information and an application. 
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT JUHSD SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS IS MONDAY, APRIL 30th.
MONDAY, APRIL 16
 
6th Grading Period Begins
(33 School Days)
  
  
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 18
3:15 pm
  
MANDATORY FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF MEETING
in the TNHS Coach's Office
MONDAY, APRIL 30
12:00 noon
 
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT
JUHSD SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS
Plan ahead ... summer school classes can be used to improve your GPA!
    
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 25
 
Tiger Varsity & JV Football
Player / Parent / Coaching Staff
SPRING FOOTBALL KICK-OFF DINNER
"DEMAND & CONFRONT" PRESENTATION
6:00 pm in the TNHS Cafeteria
$70 Football Donation Requested
 
 
MONDAY, MAY 7
thru
FRIDAY, MAY 11
    
  
VARSITY SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE
WEEK #1
3:15 pm to 5:15 pm
MANDATORY UNIFORM of the DAY:
TN FOOTBALL NIKE SHIRT & SHORTS and FOOTBALL CLEATS!
  
   
MONDAY, MAY 14
thru
FRIDAY, MAY 18
   
  
VARSITY SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE
WEEK #2
3:15 pm to 5:15 pm
MANDATORY UNIFORM of the DAY:
TN FOOTBALL NIKE SHIRT & SHORTS and FOOTBALL CLEATS!
  
Week of MAY 21
  
TNHS "DEAD WEEK"
PREPARATION TIME FOR FINAL EXAMS

NO AFTER SCHOOL FOOTBALL ACTIVITIES!

Week of MAY 28
 
FINAL EXAM WEEK
NO FOOTBALL ACTIVITIES EXCEPT FOR BFS CLASSES
 
THURSDAY, MAY 31
 
6th Grading Period Ends ... Last Day of School
2.00+ GPA required to participate in
Spring, Summer & Fall Programs
Remember ... summer school classes can be used to improve your GPA!
Check with your coach and counselor regarding summer school applications.
   
MONDAY, JUNE 4
thru
THURSDAY, JUNE 28
 
VARSITY FOOTBALL SUMMER PROGRAM
SESSION #1
4 weeks / 16 days - Monday thru Thursday ... 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  MANDATORY UNIFORM of the DAY:
TN FOOTBALL NIKE SHIRT & SHORTS and FOOTBALL CLEATS!
7 on 7 TRAINING SESSIONS
   
VARSITY FOOTBALL SUMMER 7 on 7 SCHEDULE will be posted soon!
   
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6
8:00 am - 12:35 pm
   
JUHSD SUMMER SCHOOL BEGINS
@ Jefferson HS in Daly City
  
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
8:00 am - 12:00 noon
 
CITY COLLEGE of SAN FRANCISCO
PASSING TOURNAMENT
  
SATURDAY, JUNE 16
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
 
10th Annual
TERRA NOVA HS "TIGER AIR"
PASSING TOURNAMENT
(TNHS will play in the afternoon session)
  
TUESDAY, JUNE 26
 
JUHSD NON-COLLEGE PREP SUMMER SCHOOL
CONCLUDES
   
FRIDAY, JUNE 29
 
JUHSD COLLEGE PREP SUMMER SCHOOL
CONCLUDES
   
THURSDAY, JUNE 28
thru
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4
 
TERRA NOVA TIGER FOOTBALL
RED DEVIL FIREWORKS STAND
Open in Fairmont Shopping Center ...
corner of Hickey & Gateway Blvd's in Pacifica
MONDAY, JULY 9
thru
THURSDAY, JULY 19
 
VARSITY FOOTBALL SUMMER PROGRAM
SESSION #2
2 weeks / 8 days - Monday thru Thursday ... 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
MANDATORY UNIFORM of the DAY:
TN FOOTBALL NIKE SHIRT & SHORTS and FOOTBALL CLEATS!
7 on 7 TRAINING SESSIONS
   
VARSITY FOOTBALL SUMMER 7 on 7 SCHEDULE will be posted soon!
   
FRIDAY, JULY 20
thru
THURSDAY, AUGUST 2
 
CIF/TN "NO CONTACT" PERIOD
GREAT TIME FOR FAMILY VACATIONS!!
Varsity Football Gear Issue
Wednesday, August 1st
10:00 am to 12:00 noon in the small gym
* Individual gear issue appointments will be arranged for those players
not available on the specified gear issue date listed above.
 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 3

MANDATORY FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS

PLEASE NOTE THAT MANDATORY FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS
BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL ...
BE SURE TO PLAN AHEAD!
THURSDAY
AUGUST 9
 
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
(Minimum Day)
 
 
 
2018 - VARSITY FOOTBALL GAME & PRACTICE CALENDAR - 2018
 
CLICK HERE to download the 2017 VARSITY FOOTBALL PRACTICE & GAME CALENDAR
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT GEAR ISSUE AND MANDATORY FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGIN
BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL ... BE SURE TO PLAN AHEAD!
7/30 MON XXXXX XXXXX
7/31 TUE XXXXX XXXXX
8/1 WED 10:00 - 12:00 Varsity Gear Issue in the Small Gym
8/2 THR XXXXX XXXXX
8/3 FRI 9:00 - 11:30 First Day of Mandatory Varsity Football Practice
8/4 SAT 9:00 - 11:30 Practice
8/5 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
8/6 MON 9:00 - 11:30 Practice
8/7
TUE
9:00 - 11:30
Practice
8/8
WED
3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Staff Development Day For Teachers)
8/9
THUR
1:00 - 3:30
Practice (First Day of School - Minimum Day)
8/10 FRI 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/11
SAT
9:00 - 11:30
Practice
8/12
SUN
XXXXX
Rest Day
8/13 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/14 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/15 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
8/16 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/17 FRI TBA Scrimmage (TNHS - Bellarmine - Mountain View @ HMB)
8/18 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
8/19 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
 
 
 
 
8/20
MON
3:15 - 5:45
Practice
8/21
TUE
3:15 - 5:45
Practice
8/22
WED
3:15 - 5:45
Practice
8/23
THUR
3:15 - 5:45
Practice
8/24
FRI
7:00 pm
San Benito @ TNHS
8/25
SAT
9:00 - 12:30
Video Study & Conditioning
8/26
SUN
XXXXX
Rest Day
8/27 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/28 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/29 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/30 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
8/31 FRI 7:00 pm TNHS @ Carlmont
9/1 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
9/2 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
9/3 MON 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Labor Day Holiday - No School)
9/4 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/5 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
9/6 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/7 FRI 7:00 pm Alisal @ TNHS
9/8 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
9/9 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
9/10 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/11 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/12 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/13 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/14 FRI 7:00 pm Piedmont Hills @ TNHS
9/15 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
9/16 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
9/17 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/18 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/19 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
9/20 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/21 FRI 7:00 pm TNHS @ Mills
END OF 1st SIX WEEK GRADING PERIOD - 2.00 GPA REQUIRED TO CONTINUE SEASON
9/22 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
9/23 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
9/24 MON XXXXX Rest Day
9/25 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/26 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/27 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
9/28 FRI 1:00 pm Yary Team & Individual Photos - Bye Date - No Practice
9/29 SAT XXXXX Rest Day
9/30 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
10/1 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/2 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/3 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
10/4 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/5 FRI 3:00 pm TNHS @ Menlo-Atherton
10/6 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
10/7 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
10/8 MON 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Fall Break Holiday)
10/9 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/10 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/11 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/12 FRI 7:00 pm Aragon @ TNHS
10/13 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
10/14 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
10/15 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/16 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/17 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
10/18 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/19 FRI 3:00 pm TNHS vs Menlo School @ Menlo College
10/20 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
10/21 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
10/22 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/23 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/24 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/25 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/26 FRI 7:00 pm Sacred Heart Prep @ TNHS (Senior Night)
10/27 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
10/28 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
10/29 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/30 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
10/31 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
11/1 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/2 FRI 7:30 pm Half Moon Bay @ TNHS (Skull Game)
END OF 2nd SIX WEEK GRADING PERIOD - 2.00 GPA REQUIRED TO CONTINUE SEASON
11/3 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
11/4 SUN XXXXX Rest Day - Central Coast Section Seeding Meeting
THE CCS & CIF PORTIONS OF THIS CALENDAR ARE STRUCTURED WITH THE ASSUMPTION
OF FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES BEING SCHEDULED ... IF A SATURDAY GAME IS SCHEDULED,
A REVISED PRACTICE CALENDAR WILL BE POSTED.
11/5 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/6 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/7 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/8 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/9 FRI 7:00 pm CCS Playoffs - Round 1
11/10 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
11/11 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
11/12 MON 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Veterans Day Holiday)
11/13 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/14 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
11/15 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/16 FRI 7:00 pm CCS Playoffs - Semi Finals
11/17 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
11/18 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
11/19 MON 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Thanksgiving Recess)
11/20 TUE 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Thanksgiving Recess)
11/21 WED 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Thanksgiving Recess)
11/22 THUR 9:00 - 11:30 Practice (Thanksgiving Day)
11/23 FRI 7:00 pm CCS Playoffs - Championship Game (Thanksgiving Recess)
11/24 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
11/25 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
11/26 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/27 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/28 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/29 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
11/30 FRI 7:00 pm CIF Nor-Cal Regional Playoffs
12/1 SAT 9:00 - 12:30 Video Study & Conditioning
12/2 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
12/3 MON 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
12/4 TUE 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
12/5 WED 3:15 - 5:45 Practice (Collaboration Day)
12/6 THUR 3:15 - 5:45 Practice
12/7 FRI TBA CIF Championship Bowl Game
12/8 SAT XXXXX Rest Day
12/9 SUN XXXXX Rest Day
VARSITY FOOTBALL GEAR RETURN WILL TAKE PLACE THE FIRST MONDAY
FOLLOWING THE FINAL GAME OF THE SEASON
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20th
END OF 1st SEMESTER GRADING PERIOD - 2.00 GPA REQUIRED TO PLAY A
WINTER SEASON SPORT (BASKETBALL, SOCCER, WRESTLING)
TEAM RULES:
 
The Terra Nova Football Program ... the players and coaches ... have developed a book of guidelines that govern all those choosing to become a participant on any of the three football teams. The team guideline booklet ensures that all players and their parents understand the expectations, obligations and commitment required to remain in the Terra Nova Football Program for four full years. An athlete and his parents must sign an annual TEAM RULES ACKNOWLEDGMENT form (included on the football form supplement) indicating that they have read, understood and agree to adhere to the football guidelines. All portions of the Terra Nova Football Team Rules booklet are administered and adjudicated at the discretion of the Head Football Coach, keeping in mind what is best for the Football Program and Team.
 
Click here to view the Terra Nova Football Program's GUIDE TO TIGER PRIDE, DISCIPLINE & VICTORY.
 
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TN VARSITY FOOTBALL:
   
Click here to view the TN Athletic Department Student/Athlete Parent Handbook
 
How do I contact the Head Varsity Football Coach?
 
Coach Adams, the Head Varsity Football Coach can be reached at (650) 550-7645 or timadams@juhsd.net.

How many football teams does Terra Nova High School field?
 
Terra Nova High School is one of several public schools in San Mateo County that offer three levels of football ... Freshman, Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity. Since the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) does not offer freshman only football, Terra Nova's freshman team plays an independent 10 game schedule. Terra Nova's JV team competes in the PAL Bay Division JV football league, playing 10 games (5 non-league games ... 5 PAL games). Terra Nova's varsity team competes in the PAL Varsity Bay Division ... playing a 10 game season (5 non-league games ... 5 PAL games) with the opportunity to earn a berth in post-season playoffs at the Central Coast Section and CIF levels. Terra Nova is the only San Mateo County football program to compete in the PAL Bay Division, the highest level of San Mateo County public school football, every year since its' inception.
 
 What are the basic philosophies of the Terra Nova Varsity Football Program?
 
The Tiger Football Program believes in the coaching and teaching philosophy of DEMAND & CONFRONT. We demand excellence in effort and performance in both the classroom, the athletic field and the community. Those who achieve at an appropriate level will be rewarded with playing time ... those who fail to achieve or refuse to meet expectations in relation to proper effort will be confronted and held accountable for their unwillingness to meet the Tiger Football Program expectations and goals.
 
The primary goal of the Terra Nova Football Program is to fairly and appropriately win varsity league, sectional and CIF championships with young men who have matured into excellent students and citizens. The freshman football program is the "introductory and experimental" phase wherein a youngster is given the opportunity to decide if interscholastic tackle football is for him. Once a youngster signs-up and commits to play on the JV team ... it is assumed by the coaching staff that the player understands the parameters and expectations of the football program and that they are genuinely committed to the football program through their senior year.
 
All Terra Nova Football players will be motivated to understand and assertively implement the connection between academic achievement, disciplined behavior and continued athletic participation. The development of appropriate year round behavior on and off campus ... good sportsmanship, character, integrity and safety are the coaching staff's highest priority.
 
The Terra Nova coaching staff believes in the philosophy of the multiple sport athlete and will actively encourage football players to participate in winter and spring season sports in addition to football. Those football athletes who do not elect to play a winter or spring season sport will be presented the opportunity to improve their athleticism and football skills in a physical education training class and a voluntary off-season before school weight training & conditioning program. Following the conclusion of the school year, football athletes will be presented the voluntary opportunity to participate in spring football practice (10 days) and a voluntary summer program.
 
 
What league does the Varsity Football Team compete in?
 
Terra Nova High School is a member in good standing of the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) and CIF Central Coast Section (CCS). The 18 team PAL football league is a three tiered "power league" consisting of Bay, Ocean and Lake divisions. The 6 team Bay Division consists of those football teams that historically represent the strongest programs within the boundaries of the PAL. Terra Nova is the only PAL school that has earned the continuing privilege of competing in the Bay Division of the PAL since the inception of the PAL "power league" concept.
 
Terra Nova's Varsity football team has won a total of 17 league and 4 Central Coast Section Championships in its' history ... by far the most championships of any school in San Mateo County ... public or private.
   
How do I sign up for Varsity football at Terra Nova?
 
After the previous season has concluded, a VARSITY FOOTBALL sign-up meeting will be held at in the Football BFS classes and also at lunchtime for interested athletes not in a football BFS class. The sign-up meeting will be widely promoted in Terra Nova's daily bulletin, football information bulletin boards in the Men's Locker Room and on Terra Nova's athletic department website www.terranovasports.com.
 
Student/athletes who are new to or have recently transferred into Terra Nova High School must promptly arrange meetings with Coach Adams, Head Football Coach and the current Athletic Director to determine their transfer student status and to begin their Central Coast Section residential eligibility paperwork.
 
Terra Nova football prospects who intend to sign up for the VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM are reminded that they must meet minimum academic eligibility requirements (2.00 GPA) in order to begin the sign-up process.
 
Can incoming freshmen (9th graders) play on the Junior Varsity team ... can sophomores (10th graders) play on the varsity team ... can juniors (11th graders) play on the Junior Varsity team?
 
While the answer to all of these questions is yes ... all three situations are extremely rare. The normal progression for an athlete through the Terra Nova Football Program is as follows: Freshman play Freshman Football ... Sophomores play JV Football ... Juniors and Seniors play Varsity Football.
 
The "bringing up" of a young athlete to a higher level (freshman to JV or JV to Varsity) interrupts his normal progression through the Terra Nova Football Program. Players with exceptional ability, mental and physical maturity will be evaluated extensively by the coaching staff and if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the youngster and the football program, a young player may be presented with the opportunity to "move up a level" within the program. These are complex decisions that require in depth analysis and extensive input from the athlete himself, his parents and the Terra Nova coaching staff to insure that the decision is best for the player and the Terra Nova Football Program.
 
An inexperienced Junior, who is not a viable candidate for the Varsity team, can play on the JV team in order to develop and mature as a football player in preparation for his senior season on the Varsity team. Again, these are complex decisions that require in depth analysis and extensive input from the athlete himself, his parents and the Terra Nova coaching staff to insure that the decision is best for the player and the Terra Nova Football Program.
 
If a player is "brought up" to the next higher level within the program or "moved" from the Varsity to JV level ... the evaluation process will continue on a daily basis to ensure that the correct decision has been made. By PAL rules, all team rosters are "open" ... meaning that there are no restrictions on moving athletes up or down from team to team for the duration of the season.
 
Seniors are restricted to the Varsity team only.
 
Can my son participate in Pop Warner Football or other youth league football programs or activities during the Terra Nova High School football season?
 
No ... absolutely not! To do so is a serious violation of PAL, CCS and CIF bylaws that can place the athlete, the TNHS Football Program and the entire TNHS Athletic Program in jeopardy. Any questions regarding "outside competition" should be directed to the TNHS Athletic Director for the most accurate information and guidance ... NOT THE YOUTH COACH or YOUTH SPORT ADMINISTRATOR.
 
Is there a PE class during the regular school year that will help me improve and mature as a student / athlete and as a football player ... and how do I enroll in it?
 
Yes ... Terra Nova offers an elective PE class ... the VARSITY FOOTBALL ATHLETICS "BIGGER-FASTER-STRONGER" (BFS) CLASS designed to offer a demanding and intense weight training, agility and speed training program that will improve and enhance a football player's athleticism, football skills and abilities. Additional instructional time will be dedicated to appropriate discipline, character development, academic progress, nutrition, training and study habits. Those student/athletes who enroll in and pass their VARSITY BFS CLASS will have a distinct advantage over those who do not. Please note that VARSITY FOOTBALL BFS is for the motivated and driven student/athlete ... be prepared to work hard every day ... we will challenge you on a daily basis!
 
Student/athletes wishing to enroll in and continue VARSITY FOOTBALL BFS must meet minimum academic requirements (2.00 GPA), have signed up for football for the upcoming school year and have the permission of Coach Adams, Head Football Coach.
 
At the conclusion of the football season, the JV BFS class roster will be merged with the juniors in the VARSITY BFS class, thus forming the basis of the varsity football team for the next school year.
 
Is there a voluntary "before school" conditioning program for VARSITY football players at Terra Nova High School?
 
Yes ... following Terra Nova's winter recess ... a voluntary before school weight training, fitness and speed training program is offered. The voluntary before school program operates Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 7:45 am. The voluntary before school program concludes one week prior to the last week of the school year, allowing the student/athletes to concentrate and focus on their 2nd semester final exams.
 
Does Terra Nova have Varsity Spring Football Practice?
 
Yes ... the Peninsula Athletic League allows each member school to have 10 days of voluntary Spring Football Practice. Spring football practice includes offensive, defensive and kicking game practices in football shoes, shorts and t-shirts. No other football uniform equipment is allowed. Students invited to participate in Spring Football Practice must meet minimum academic standards (2.00 GPA) and have the permission of Coach Adams, Head Football.
 
Refer to the list of IMPORTANT VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES for the specific dates and times of Spring Football Practice.
 
Is there a summer football program at Terra Nova High School that would improve and maintain my fitness level and athleticism while teaching me more about the varsity football team's system and practice format?
 
Yes ... a voluntary SUMMER FOOTBALL PROGRAM is offered for those student/athletes who have successfully completed Spring Football Practice. Refer to the list of IMPORTANT VARSITY FOOTBALL DATES for the specific dates and times of the Summer Football Program.
 
The Summer Program meets from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm ... Monday through Thursday. The three hour period includes 1 hour of conditioning and weight training followed by 2 hours of football practice in t-shirts and shorts. Training sessions may include a 7 on 7 passing session against another school ... either in Tiger Stadium or at the opposing school's campus. Saturday passing tournaments may also be scheduled as part of the Summer Football Program.
 
Those student/athletes who commit to and complete the voluntary Summer Football Program will have a distinct advantage over those who do not. Students wishing to participate in the Summer Football Program must meet minimum academic standards (2.00 GPA) and have the permission of Coach Adams, Head Football Coach.
 
Are Terra Nova football practices open to the public?
 
No ... in accordance with Terra Nova Athletic Department policy, all team practices are closed to the public.
 
When is the first day of REQUIRED football practice?
 
It is important to note that REQUIRED FOOTBALL PRACTICE begins BEFORE the first day of school ... please plan ahead!
 
The first day of school is Thursday, August 9th ... the first day of required varsity football practice is Friday, August 3rd. Be sure to refer to the VARSITY FOOTBALL PRACTICE CALENDAR for scheduled practices and details for the entire season. Remember ... a player who cannot practice ... cannot play.
 
What kind of equipment do I need to purchase for my son to play Varsity football at Terra Nova High School?
 
The Terra Nova Football Program will make FOOTBALL SPIRIT PACKS (t-shirt, shorts, practice jersey) available for purchase online. It is strongly suggested that players purchase these items on their own for their own use. These Spirit Pack items are of high quality and will last for several years. Football Spirit Packs will be available at the TN FOOTBALL ONLINE STORE. A link to and the dates that the TN FOOTBALL ONLINE STORE will be open are posted on the home page of www.terranovasports.com.
  
The Terra Nova Football Program will issue Spirit Pack items, free of charge, to those athletes and families that cannot afford them. A player who is issued free Spirit Pack items by the football program will be expected to return them to the coaching staff if he leaves the team for any reason or on the designated end-of-season gear return date. Failure to return free Spirit Pack items to the coaching staff will result in the player being billed for the replacement cost of the items.
 
The Terra Nova Football Program will provide your son with all of the other equipment he needs to play ... with the exception of football shoes. Each player must provide his own shoes ... preferably black in color. Be sure to get your shoes early and work-out in them during the summer to properly "break them in". The Summer Football Program is a great opportunity to get your feet and shoes ready for the start of practice. Don't cheat your feet!
 
Players wishing to provide their own protective equipment ... helmet, shoulder pads, girdle, knee and thigh pads ... must present them to the coaching staff in advance of the season to verify that they are correctly certified and safe to use at the high school level of football. Please note that protective equipment certified for use in Youth or Pop Warner Football is not necessarily certified and safe for high school football ... BE SURE TO CHECK WITH YOUR COACH!
 
VARSITY FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT ISSUE is scheduled for Wednesday, August 1st from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon in the TNHS Wrestling Room.
 
How do I try out for the Varsity football team and are there "team cuts"?
 
All players are evaluated daily regarding academics, cooperation, discipline, willingness to be coached, effort, knowledge of system and athleticism. This is a year long process that occurs daily in and out of season. There are no "cuts" ... as long as a youngster meets the expectations of the coaching staff, his classroom teachers and school administration ... on and off the playing field ... on and off campus ... he will remain part of the team. Our varsity football teams historically begin with about 45-50 player prospects and finish the season with 40-45 players. The players who drop off or are dismissed from the team generally do so due to academic problems, failure to attend practice, undisciplined or inappropriate behavior.
 
What are the academic & residential requirements to play Varsity football?
 
A minimum 2.00 grade point average, from the previous grading period, is required to participate in all phases of the Terra Nova Football Program. Participating athletes must also have passed a minimum of 20 semester credits during the previous grading period and must be "making reasonable progress toward graduation". It is important to remember that SUMMER SCHOOL grades and credits can be utilized to improve an academically ineligible athlete's grade point average. Those ineligible athletes intending to use summer school grades and credits to become academically eligible must contact the Head Football Coach so that their GPA calculations are accurate in relation to CIF bylaws. Each person's situation is different ... so it is very important to stay in contact with your coach and the Athletic Director.
 
Initial eligibility is established by an athlete's 2nd semester grades from the previous school year (remember that summer school grades and credits can help). Continuing eligibility during the football season will be determined again at the conclusion of the 1st and 2nd six-week grading periods.
 
Academically ineligible athletes are permitted to practice with the team under "restricted status" guidelines, but cannot play in scrimmages or games until their academic eligibility is verified by the Athletic Director and Principal.
 
Student/athletes who attended Terra Nova High School for the entire previous school year are residentially eligible. A student/athlete who is new to Terra Nova High School or attended Terra Nova for only a portion of the previous school year will be required to fill out some form of Central Coast Section Residential Eligibility paperwork. Please contact the Athletic Director to find out what type of CCS paperwork applies to your specific situation.
 
Athletes who require CCS Residential Eligibility paperwork can practice ... but cannot play in scrimmages or games until the paperwork has been approved by the Central Coast Section.
    
Do the Football Program academic and discipline standards apply to my son all year long or just during football season?
 
Terra Nova football players are considered "team members" for the entire duration of their involvement in the program ... all four years ... every day ... 24 hours a day ... both on and off campus. A football player has no choice whether to adhere or not adhere to the program's standards, rewards and consequences ... that choice was made when he decided to sign-up! Each player will be rewarded for his accomplishments and held accountable for his poor decisions and failures.
 
Does my son need a physical exam and insurance to play football?
 
Yes ... each student/athlete must have passed a physical exam for tackle football, during the calendar year preceding the first day of practice. Your son will NOT be allowed to practice without a physical exam and adequate insurance. Most athletes will get a physical exam from their own doctor ... it is a good idea to make your appointment as early as possible. For those who cannot schedule a physical exam with their family physician, Terra Nova will provide an opportunity for physical exams prior to the first day of practice. Refer to the Terra Nova Athletic Department Physical Exam Flyer for details.
 
All athletes and their parents must complete the TNHS Online Athletic Registration Process prior to the first day of mandatory football practice. A link to the Athletic Registration website is posted at the top of this web page. It is important that you have your physical examination document in your possession when registering ... you will be required to upload your physical exam document to the Athletic Registration website.
   
In these difficult budgetary times, will the JUHSD and the Terra Nova Athletic Department be able to provide transportation to and from all away games?
 
All three football teams will be provided with bus transportation to and from all regularly scheduled scrimmages and games.
 
All team members are required to travel to and from games on the team bus.
 
The JUHSD and the Terra Nova Athletic Department will not provide transportation during the TN Football Summer Program, including off-campus Saturday passing tournaments and off-campus mid-week 7 on 7 training sessions. The football program may ask parents to help transport football players to and from these events. The Terra Nova Athletic Department Transportation Guidelines will be strictly enforced.
 
Will team members be expected to participate in fund raising activities?
 
Yes ... each team member is expected to eagerly, enthusiastically and efficiently participate in fund raising activities on behalf of the Athletic Department in general and more specifically on behalf of their individual team. There may be other additional fund raising activities organized by the football coaching staff ... all football players are expected to participate.
   
Fund raising is an integral part of being a team member. Failure to participate in Athletic Department and Team Fund Raisers at an appropriate level places the entire Athletic Program and specific teams in jeopardy. Therefore, failure to participate and equally share in the burden of fund raising will result in loss of playing time or dismissal from the team.
 
What is Sportsmanship Night ... and why is it mandatory?
 
Terra Nova is a proud member of the California Interscholastic Federation program "PURSUING VICTORY WITH HONOR". A requirement of the "PURSUING VICTORY WITH HONOR" program is a mandatory parent/athlete/coaching staff meeting near the start of each sport season. Therefore the Terra Nova Athletic Department presents three different Sportsmanship Nights during the school year ... one for each high school sport season ... Fall, Winter and Spring. This meeting is mandatory for each participating athlete and at least one of their parents. The date for the 2018 FALL SEASON SPORTSMANSHIP NIGHT is TUESDAY, AUGUST 21st at 6:30 pm in the TNHS Theater.
 
Parents will be asked to register upon their arrival at Sportsmanship Night to verify their attendance ... at registration, each family will be asked to make a voluntary $40 donation to the TNHS Athletic Department ... 70% of each donation will go to funding the Athletic Department to assist in the offsetting of the myriad of department and event costs ... the remaining 30% will go to the specific team that generated the donation.
 
Athletes whose parents are absent from Sportsmanship Night will be provided an ALTERNATE SPORTSMANSHIP NIGHT FORM to be read and signed by both the athlete and parent ... and then submitted to the head coach of athlete's team prior to continued participation on that team.
 
The Sportsmanship Night agenda provides an opportunity for the athlete and family to learn about CIF, CCS, PAL & TNHS governance policies regarding high school athletics ... including, but not limited to academic and residential eligibility, grading periods & eligibility standards, school and practice attendance, behavior & discipline expectations, athletic department budget & funding, fund raising opportunities, coach/parent/athlete communication protocol, the relationship, differences and potential conflicts between high school sports and off-campus youth league or club teams and finally ... high school sportsmanship expectations for athletes and spectators.
 
Following the conclusion of the general Sportsmanship Night agenda ... each team will have the opportunity for a brief meeting with the head coach of their team to discuss and understand individual team policies, expectations and procedures.
   
Is there an Awards Night at the conclusion of the Fall Sport season?
 
Terra Nova does not host a department-wide Awards Night at the end of each sport season. Each team or sport will organize and present it's own specific Awards Night. The date and location of the Football Awards Night (all three teams) will be announced in the near future.
   
The Terra Nova Athletic Booster Club sponsors all Team Awards Nights.
   
SKULL GAME HISTORY:
 
 
THE SKULL
"EMBLEMATIC OF COASTSIDE VARSITY FOOTBALL SUPREMACY"
 
Terra Nova's original traditional rival was Oceana High School ... for 28 years the most exciting game of the year was the battle between the two Pacifica high schools. The game was labeled the "Anchor Game" ... with the prize possession being an actual anchor that was discovered and rescued off of a Pacifica beach by an early Pacifica Tribune sports editor in the early 1960's. Click here to read the Anchor Game history.
 
In 1991, Oceana High School was "restructured". It's entire athletic program, including the Sharks' proud football program was eliminated. Bill Gray, Oceana's Head Football Coach, transferred to Terra Nova as an assistant football coach. After a single year as an assistant, Bill Gray was named Terra Nova's Head Football Coach. In the void created by the elimination of the Oceana football program, the big rival for the Tigers became the Half Moon Bay Cougars.
 
Bill Gray and Matt Ballard, the Half Moon Bay head coach, met and had an initial conversation about establishing a rival game trophy to be awarded annually to the victor of the TN/HMB varsity football game. The decision was made to select a unique trophy that would reflect Terra Nova's "Tiger" mascot and Half Moon Bay's "Cougar" mascot ... a replica saber tooth tiger skull was chosen and mounted onto a large wooden base. With the support of both schools' administrations and booster clubs, the Skull Trophy was born and the first Skull Game was played in 2005.
 
TERRA NOVA SKULL GAME RECORD:   32 wins  17 losses  5 ties
1965
TN - 40   HMB - 19
1966
TN - 44   HMB - 0
1967
HMB - 20   TN - 19
1968
HMB - 13   TN - 9
1969
Tied: 18 - 18
1970
Tied: 14 - 14
1971
HMB - 20   TN - 7
1972
HMB - 20   TN - 7
1973
TN - 21   HMB - 0
1974
TN - 14   HMB - 0
1975
HMB - 9   TN - 3
1976
HMB - 26   TN - 20
1977
HMB - 23   TN - 17
1977
HMB - 23   TN - 17
1978
TN - 35   HMB - 15
1979
Tied: 14-14
1980
TN - 10   HMB - 7
1981
Tied: 7 - 7
1982 TN - 40   HMB - 6 1983 TN - 7   HMB - 3
1984 HMB - 14   TN - 10 1985 TN - 21   HMB - 0
1986 HMB - 7   TN - 4 1987 TN - 14   HMB - 0
1988 TN - 22   HMB - 13 1989 HMB - 31   TN - 19
1990 TN - 38   HMB - 6 1991 TN - 6   HMB - 2
1992 Tied: 14 - 14 1993 HMB - 23   TN - 20
1994 TN - 37   HMB - 34 1995 TN - 17   HMB - 0
1996 TN - 24   HMB - 7 1997 HMB - 23   TN - 13
1998 TN - 47   HMB - 13 1999 TN - 52   HMB - 7
2000 TN - 47   HMB - 20 2001 TN - 26   HMB - 14
2002 TN - 48   HMB - 14 2003 TN - 31   HMB - 7
2004 TN - 37   HMB - 0 2005 TN - 21   HMB - 7
2006 HMB - 8   TN - 6 2007 TN - 41   HMB - 20
2008 TN - 31   HMB - 21 2009 TN - 27   HMB - 26
2010 HMB - 34   TN - 10 2011 TN - 41   HMB - 8
2012 TN - 42   HMB - 7 2013 TN - 56   HMB - 0
2014 HMB - 49   TN - 48 2015 TN - 38   HMB - 28
2016 TN - 35   HMB - 31 2017 HMB - 45   TN - 7
2018

ANCHOR GAME HISTORY:
 
 
THE ANCHOR
From 1964 through 1990, Pacifica's high schools ... Oceana and Terra Nova ... played for the privilege of owning the ANCHOR. What is the ANCHOR? It is a 60 pound anchor that was dragged out of the sea onto the Pacifica beach. At least that is the legend that existed in the early 1960's.
 
The two high schools needed a prize ... or trophy, if you please ... for which to earn bragging rights throughout the year with a football victory. In 1964, Joe Grasso, former Pacifica Tribune Sport's Editor, allegedly found the ANCHOR and took it to the Principals of both high schools. The administrations of both schools mutually agreed that the ANCHOR would be a worthy prize for the victorious team in the annual rivalry game between Oceana and Terra Nova.
 
For the next 27 years the Annual Anchor Game was held. In 1991, Oceana was restructured and the Sharks proud athletic program was eliminated. With Oceana no longer fielding a football team, the ANCHOR now rests in the trophy case at Terra Nova.
 
Terra Nova and Oceana actually began playing football in 1962; however, it wasn't until 1964 when the cross-town rivalry was billed as "THE ANCHOR GAME".
 
TERRA NOVA ANCHOR GAME RECORD:   17 wins  12 losses
1962
TN - 28   OHS - 0
1963
OHS - 25   TN - 6
1964
OHS - 19   TN - 0
1965
TN - 24   OHS - 0
1966
TN - 51   OHS - 0
1967
OHS - 20   TN - 6
1968
OHS - 28   TN - 12
1969
TN - 38   OHS - 6
1970
OHS - 33   TN - 0
1971
TN - 14   OHS - 0
1972
TN - 34   OHS - 0
1973
OHS - 35   TN - 6
1974
TN - 10   OHS - 7
1975
TN - 16   OHS - 8
1976 OHS - 12   TN - 7 1977 TN - 24   OHS - 21
1978 TN - 16   OHS - 0 1979 TN - 16   OHS - 14
1980 TN - 16   OHS - 9 1981 TN - 38   OHS - 0
1982 TN - 42   OHS - 0 1983 TN - 22   OHS - 6
1984 OHS - 28   TN - 15 1985 OHS - 20   TN - 7
1986 OHS - 48   TN - 13 1987 OHS - 22   TN - 0
1988 OHS - 28   TN - 21 1989 TN - 23   OHS - 21
1990 TN - 24   OHS - 19
 
TERRA NOVA COACHING RECORDS
 
1961 - 1962: Floyd Gonella (4 wins  13 losses)
 
1963: Gene McKamey (0 wins  8 losses)
 
1964 - 1973: Bob Fisher (34 wins  54 losses  5 ties)
 
1974 - 1982: Bob Lotti (61 wins  32 losses  3 ties)
 
1975 - 1977 - 1980 - 1981 - 1982
North Peninsula League Champions
1982
Central Coast Section Champions
 
1982 - 1991: Mike Gunning (49 wins  42 losses  3 ties)
 
1988 - 1991
North Peninsula League Champions
1988
Central Coast Section Champions
 
1992 - 2013: Bill Gray (157 wins  80 losses  7 ties)
 
1994 - 1995
North Peninsula League Champions
1996 - 2001 - 2002 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013
Peninsula Athletic League - Bay Division Champions
2010
Central Coast Section Champions
 
2014 - Present: Tim Adams (22 wins  25 losses)
 
2014
Central Coast Section Champions
 

TEAM HISTORY LISTED BY SEASON:
 
2017
Head Coach: Tim Adams
PAL Bay Division Record: 1-4 (4th place) *
Overall Record: 7-6
Most Valuable Player: Nate Gordon
Result
2017 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
8/25 Gunderson Lost by Forfeit
9/1 Scott's Valley Won: 63-21
9/8 Salinas Won: 28-17
9/15 Homestead Won: 42-18
9/22 Capuchino Won: 49-14
10/6 Aragon * Lost: 21-31
10/20 Sacred Heart Prep * Lost: 7-16
10/27 Menlo-Atherton * Lost: 30-35
11/3 Half Moon Bay * Lost: 7-45
11/9 Burlingame * Won: 17-14
11/17
CCS Open Division III - Round 1
Aptos
Won: 24-14
11/24
CCS Open Division III - Semi Final
Palma
Won: 45-20
12/2
CCS Open Division III - Championship
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 9-41
2016
Head Coach: Tim Adams
PAL Bay Division Record: 1-4 (5th place) *
Overall Record: 3-7
Most Valuable Player: Angelo Pera
Result
2016 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
8/26 Sacred Heart Cathedral Lost: 14-27
9/2 Novato Lost by Forfeit
9/9 Willow Glen Won: 49-7
9/16 Homestead Lost: 23-33
9/30 Menlo-Atherton * Lost: 8-28
10/7 Hillsdale * Won: 28-24
10/14 Aragon * Lost: 15-46
10/21 Burlingame * Lost: 10-17
10/28 Sacred Heart Prep * Lost: 21-30
11/4 Half Moon Bay Won: 35-31
2015
Head Coach: Tim Adams
PAL Bay Division Record: 2-3 (4th place) *
Overall Record: 5-6
Most Valuable Player: Joey Pledger
Result
2015 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
9/4
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Lost: 13-28
9/12 Novato Lost: 28-31
9/18 Willow Glen Won: 43-42
9/25 Homestead Won: 47-41
10/9 Sacred Heart Prep * Lost: 13-47
10/16 Burlingame * Lost: 17-27
10/23 Aragon * Won: 31-10
10/30 Menlo-Atherton * Lost: 28-49
11/6 Sequoia * Won: 52-24
11/13 Half Moon Bay Won: 38-28
11/20
CCS Open Division III - Round 1
Monte Vista Christian
Lost: 27-34
2014
Head Coach: Tim Adams
PAL Bay Division Record: 3-2 (3rd place) *
Overall Record: 7-6
Most Valuable Player: Anthony Gordon
Result
2014 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
CENTRAL COAST SECTION - DIVISION IV CHAMPIONS
9/5 Bishop O'Dowd Lost: 22-28
9/12 Saint Ignatius Lost: 24-27
9/19 Pioneer Lost: 29-40
9/26 Salinas Won: 38-28
10/10 Sequoia * Won: 38-35
10/17 Sacred Heart Prep * Lost: 28-49
10/24 Burlingame * Lost: 22-42
10/31 Menlo School * Won: 56-35
11/7 Menlo-Atherton * Won: 42-35
11/14 Half Moon Bay Lost: 48-49
11/21
CCS Division IV - Round 1
The King's Academy
Won: 42-28
11/29
CCS Division IV - Semifinals
Carmel
Won: 43-23
12/6
CCS Division IV - Championship
Monte Vista Christian
Won: 43-23
2013
Head Coach: Bill Gray
PAL Bay Division Record: 5-0 (1st place) *
Overall Record: 10-1
Most Valuable Players: Jaylend Jones & Nick Pierotti
Result
2013 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE - BAY DIVISION CHAMPIONS
9/6 Bishop O'Dowd Won: 45-7
9/14 Saint Ignatius Won: 50-33
9/20 Pioneer Won: 56-15
9/27 Salinas Won: 38-13
10/11 Sequoia * Won: 26-17
10/18 South San Francisco * Won: 49-0
10/25 Menlo School * Won: 44-25
11/1 Menlo-Atherton * Won: 57-27
11/8 Sacred Heart Prep * Won: 29-15
11/15 Half Moon Bay Won: 56-0
11/22
CCS Open Division - Round 1
Valley Christian
Lost: 7-26
2012
Head Coach: Bill Gray
PAL Bay Division Record: 4-1 (1st place) *
Overall Record: 6-5
Most Valuable Players: K'ren Spain & Richard Auelua
Result
2012 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE - BAY DIVISION CHAMPIONS
9/7 Sacred Heart Cathedral Lost: 14-30
9/14 Saint Ignatius Lost: 26-46
9/21 Pioneer Won: 17-7
9/28 Salinas Won: 21-3
10/12 Inderkum Lost: 28-34
10/19 Sacred Heart Prep * Won: 20-13
10/26 Burlingame * Won: 48-0
11/2 Aragon * Lost: 31-32
11/9 Menlo-Atherton * Won: 38-14
11/16 Half Moon Bay * Won: 42-7
11/23
CCS Open Division - Round 1
Bellarmine
Lost: 14-33
2011
Head Coach: Bill Gray
PAL Bay Division Record: 5-0 (1st place) *
Overall Record: 8-3
Most Valuable Players: Chris Forbes
Result
2011 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE - BAY DIVISION CHAMPIONS
9/9 Sacred Heart Cathedral Lost: 31-32
9/16 Wilcox Won: 42-8
9/23 Pioneer Lost: 27-34
9/30 San Mateo Won: 50-27
10/7 Sacred Heart Prep * Won: 44-30
10/14 Jefferson * Won: 27-10
10/21 Burlingame * Won: 35-28
10/28 The King's Academy * Won: 49-14
11/4 Menlo-Atherton * Won: 35-0
11/11 Half Moon Bay Won: 41-8
11/18
CCS Open Division - Round 1
Bellarmine
Lost: 12-56
2010
Head Coach: Bill Gray
PAL Bay Division Record: 4-1 (1st place) *
Overall Record: 9-4 (CCS Division III Champions)
Most Valuable Players: Chris Forbes
Result
2010 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE - BAY DIVISION CHAMPIONS
CENTRAL COAST SECTION - DIVISION III CHAMPIONS
9/10 Sacred Heart Cathedral Lost: 28-42
9/17 Wilcox Lost: 14-27
9/24 Pioneer Won: 49-7
10/1 San Mateo Won: 50-29
10/15 Aragon * Won: 42-7
10/22 Burlingame * Won: 23-21
10/29 The King's Academy * Lost: 28-41
11/5 Sacred Heart Prep * Won: 43-21
11/12 Half Moon Bay Lost: 10-34
11/19
CCS Division III - Round 1
Aptos
Won: 43-14
11/26
CCS Division III - Semifinal
Jefferson
Won: 21-19
12/3
CCS Division III - Championship
Monterey
Won: 35-13