by Titan Football, 2018-09-25T08:47:38.000-07:00September 25 2018, at 08:47 AM PDT in 2018For those of you new to the program, this outreach drive was started about 5 years ago to honor one of our own. Donald Hogan was a student of Tesoro High School graduating in 2007.... [more]
News and Announcements
No announcements have been posted yet for Freshman.
For those of you with 6/7/8th graders, check out the Tesoro Junior High Weightlifting program to learn safe and proper technique as you prepare for the 2019 Tesoro Freshman Football or Pop Warner season! For more information please see attachment. Then go to smpopwarner.com and lock in you spot.
Over 100 already locked in!
The document Tesoro_7th8thgrade_weightlifting_camp.pdf was attached to this post.
See flyer attached for a great Tesoro Junior High Football Camp to prep for the 2019 Freshman Football season. Then go to smpopwarner.com and sign up to lock in your spot for Fall.
Over 100 already have locked in!
The document Tesoro_FB_Camp.pdf was attached to this post.
Tesoro Football Community,
Our BSN Spirit Pak Site is back open for business. The link is…
Access Code – TESOROFB19
As always, go through and order what your athlete wants/needs.
All of the items listed will ship directly to your home.
The site is open from now until Monday, March 11th and delivery should be by Monday, April 15th which is in time for Spring Football.
2018 Tesoro Football, Varsity and JV Awards Banquet
January 24, 2019, starting at 5:30PM
Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club
For those of you new to the program, this outreach drive was started about 5 years ago to honor one of our own. Donald Hogan was a student of Tesoro High School graduating in 2007. He and his family were also residents of San Clemente. He joined the Marine Corps and deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 with his unit, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines. While on patrol searching for an IED, he saw an insurgent pull a trigger wire to detonate an IED. Reacting immediately, he pushed one Marine out of the way, and placed his body between the IED and the rest of his squad, sheltering them from the blast. As a result, Donald traded his life to protect the Marines he served with. For his bravery and dedication, the Marine Corps posthumously awarded him the Navy Cross, the Nation’s second highest decoration for Valor. To honor this young hero, San Clemente and Tesoro High Schools are holding their third annual sock drive to benefit Americans still fighting in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East through the “Socks for Heroes” project. The goal is to collect 10,000 pairs of black or brown cotton athletic crew socks to be sent to Marine and Army Units still serving in-country for the holidays. The winner of the drive will be announced at half time THIS WEEK at the San Clemente/Tesoro Football game! Since the beginning of this annual event, both schools have collected enough socks and donations to ship over 35,000 pairs of socks to Marine and Army units serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
How To Donate:
Online: If you haven’t had a chance to donate yet, you may do so online. You can make a donation on behalf of Tesoro HS at the following link: http://scmcsg.org/events/triton-titan-sock-drive/
Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the “Donate button” below the “Titan Boosters to Donate Please Click Here!” message, which is below the Tesoro Titan Mascot.