11th Annual Encina homecoming party

Encina defeats Christo Rey 36-26 for second win in a row !!!

[Homecoming game photos][Party for Coach Andy Braio]

Homecoming game
Opponent: Christo Rey
Date: September 26, 2008

Time: JV 5:30pm
Varsity 7:30pm to 930pm
Where: El Camino High School
4300 El Camino Ave
Sacramento, CA 9582
Admission:
Adults $6
Seniors $4
Student with ASB card $4
Student with ASB sticker  FREE
Greg Roeszler '74 (Coach Roz) and the Playmakers are the new Encina football coaches. Coach Andy Braio will be at the game supporting Coach Roz.

The homecoming theme is “There’s No School Like the Old School.” It is a decades theme with tributes to the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. We are going to have two floats this year. We want to showcase how Encina has evolved throughout the decades. Our first float is going to be a tribute to “Remember the Apaches.” Then we will have our 2008 Homecoming Royalty. Our second float will be showcasing where we are today as the Bulldogs. After the second float has arrived, each class will dedicate a 1 minute performance to their assigned decade. Then we will announce our royalty and the Homecoming King & Queen. The finale will be Coach Roz’s tribute to Coach Braio.

Encina coaches:

Greg Roeszler Head Coach
1974 Encina Apache
Playing Experience:
Encina HS 1974 QB/Punter
University of Minnesota 75-76 QB/Punter
Consumes River College 1977 QB/Punter
San Diego State University 78-79 QB/Punter
Oakland Raiders (Free-Agent) 1980 QB/Punter
Coaching Experience:
Head football coach Encina High School (Present)
Head football coach West Campus (2005 and 2006)
Offensive Coordinator Sac High (2005)
Offensive Coordinator Capital Christian (2004)
Married to Linda and daughters Katie and JT
Jerry Azevedo
1972 Encina Apache
Playing experience: 3 years HS @ Encina
First year Assistant Coach
Occupation: Business Owner
David Delihant
First year assistant coach: O-line, D-line and special teams
Occupation: Real Estate Agent--Coldwell Banker
High School Playing Experience: De La Salle High--started offensive left tackle
Bob Moyer
1978 Encina Apache
Playing Experience: JV and Varsity at Encina
Coaching Experience: Jonas Salk 06-07, Currently Encina
Jeff Freeman
2 years coaching experience, 1 year at Bella Vista HS, Currently at Encina
Occupation: Assistant JV Coach, Student Sac State
Playing experience: 4 years @ Bella Vista HS 2 years @ Southwestern Junior College
Rick Lambdin
First year assistant coach for Encina, Linebacker coach for Sacramento State in 1981
Occupation: Real Estate Agent
Playing experience: 4 years Tokay HS Lodi CA, 1 year Delta JC Stockton CA, 1 year Sac State
James Holley
Playing Experience:
Jesuit HS 83-84 RB/LB
San Juan HS 85-87 DL/OL/LB All League OL 86
A.R.C. 87-88 DL/OL
Oregon State 89 OL
Sac State 90-91 OL/LB/SS
Arizona Rattlers (Arena Football League) 1993 RB/SS
Coaching Experience:
Encina HS currently
San Juan HS 94-97 LB/RB DEF Coordinator (Varsity)
Bella Vista HS 98-2000 LB/OL DEF Coordinator (Varsity)
SAC City College 2001 LBS, Special Teams Coordinator
Bella Vista HS ‘02’ Special Teams Coord. (JV & Varsity)
Occupation: Artist, US Navy Reserve
Brent Lane
First year assistant coach D-Line
Playing Experience: Del Campo HS 89-93 OL/DL, A.R.C. Def-end 94
Occupation: Mortgage Consultant Freelance Writer
 

Welcome to the Encina Football Family,

As we begin this new era in high school football at Encina, let me tell you what a privilege it is for me to be part of building something special at my alma mater. It is going to take an effort from everyone from the student/athletes, to the parent’s, administration and the alumni. So far, we are off to a great start with great participation.

Our student/athletes have been in our study skills (Bulldog program) at 6:45 making academics a priority. We have been serving in the community since last spring so that we are learning to give ourselves to others. Our players are responsible for cleaning the quad at lunch and do it daily with pride.

We will build a program that is special by having our kids excel first in the classroom and then on the field. Our teachers have gotten on board by providing us tutoring and encouragement in the classroom beyond the expected. Our alumni have sponsored kids by purchasing uniforms and many other items as well as stopped by practice to meet the team and offer encouragement. Our kids love meeting the alumni and we welcome you to come and meet the team

We will be a team that you will be proud of and we invite you to participate in many different ways. We will, over time, become a very unique model in high school football. We want you to be part of “The Family.”

Go Dawgs,
Coach Roz
 

Alumni drivers in the homecoming parade:
Jerry Burks 71: Harley
Greg Grant 75: Jeep
Tom Dugally 78: Saleen convertible
Ellen Rake Cutler 73: Miata convertible
Terry LeVea 80: Porsche convertible
Ken Wolfe 65: 73 Corvette
Bob Clark 69 and Carolyn Thompson Clark 69: 57 Porsche Speedster
Lisa Lowe Rodland 79: flatbed trailer
Pepai Falck Whipple 73: 58 Ford Skyliner

Alumni riding on the Apache float:
Sandy Stillwell 63
Cindy Sarmento 75

Last updated: 9/8/15

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