2014 - 2015 School Year
The track and field team recognized their seniors at a meet on April 22.
The swimming team celebrated their seniors before the meet with Grant on April 22.
Seven Troubadours signed or commited to colleges and universities around the country on Wednesday to play collegiate sports next fall. Overall, 22 St. Francis seniors have made commitments to play sports next fall.
St. Francis is known for its sisterhood. Here is a collection of photos of Troubie sisters who play sports for the Troubadours, as well as shots with their sports-playing brothers at Jesuit in honor of National Sibling Day.
Parents and Grandparents of students with Last Names A-L met their Troubies for a wonderful lunch in Serra Court complete with a St. Patrick’s Day Lunch Special by Epicurean.
Six St. Francis Troubadours signed with colleges and universities across the country on Feb. 4, 2015 at a ceremony at the school.
With the third-place finish, St. Francis recorded a top-five finish for the third time in the last four seasons.
The St. Francis Golf team celebrated their 2014 season with a banquet on campus Saturday. Kate Swanson was named team MVP, Mikia Fang was the recipient of the Most Improved and Caitlin Autry received the Sportsmanship Award.
Nine St. Francis High School seniors signed a National Letter-of-Intent or made a commitment to play collegiate sports next year at schools across the country Wednesday. They were recognized on campus as part of the school’s formal fall signing day recognition.
Photos from the 2014 Junior Varsity Water Polo season.
The St. Francis golf team shot a 459 team score to finish sixth at the Sac-Joaquin Masters Monday at The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. The Troubadours failed to advance to the NorCal Championships, the third round of the sections playoffs.
Freshmen Kiya and Kyla Jackson paired to reach the semifinals of the Delta League doubles before falling to the pair of Cat Paw U and Lauren Duan of Davis