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Capuchino Varsity Football in CCS Playoffs 2015

Cap’s Varsity Football team will be traveling to Pacific Grove, CA this Friday 11/20/15.  Game time 7:00pm. B/C DIVISION 2 (Division V): Pacific Grove (8-2) got the No. 1 seed in D-V and will host No. 8 seed Capuchino and its star running back Damien Jacobs at 7 p.m. Friday. Half Moon Bay is seeded

Thank you Rosa Fifita! SUPER Football MOM!

Thank you Rosa and family for your tireless effort in organizing all the Capuchino High School football team dinners. It is A LOT of work!!! You are the glue that keeps this football family together and makes these dinners so successful. We truly appreciate all that you do. On behalf of all the Capuchino football

Nominate Coach Ben White for the 2016 Double-Goal Coach Award

  PCA’s Double-Goal Coach Award is given to youth and high school sports coaches from throughout the U.S. who embody the ideals of the Double-Goal Coach, striving to win, while also pursuing the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.

Men’s Cross Country and Freshman Julianna Ceron Qualify for CCS

Ryan Chapman, Paul Chew, Daniel DeFoe, Paul Diaz, Nesther Fernandez, Declan Sanchez and Michael Morgan Ellcessor will compete in the CCS division 3 race at Crystal Springs Cross Country Course in Belmont on Saturday Nov. 14th. The race begins at 2:05. Julianna will race at 1:30. Go Mustangs Go!!!

49ers select Ben White of Capuchino High School as the Week 9 Coach of the Week

  The San Francisco 49ers Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial Coach of the Week award for week nine goes to Ben White from Capuchino High School in San Bruno, CA. It was a high scoring, back and forth battle Friday night when the Capuchino Mustangs traveled to Jefferson to take on the Grizzlies in a match-up for

Damien Jacobs Athlete of the Week

Entering into this season, Capuchino running back Damien Jacobs had scored one touchdown in his entire life. But as Jacobs goes, so go the Mustangs. And since opposing defenses can’t seem to keep the senior out of the end zone in recent weeks, the Mustangs — who started the year with three straight losses —