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Football 2020/21 Schedules

Week    

Day   

Date   

Opponent

SITE       

FS / VAR

0 Sat 3/13 San Marin (Scrimmage) Away

10:30am

1:00pm

1

Fri

3/19

Terra Linda

Home

4:00pm

7:00pm

2

Fri

3/26

Healdsburg

Home

4:00pm

7:00pm

3

Sat

4/3

HS1327

Away

11:00am

2:00pm

4

Sat

4/10

Tamalpais

Away

11:00am

2:00pm

5

Fri

4/16

Novato

Home

4:00PM 7:00PM

2019 Varsity Football

2019 JV Football

2019 MCAL ALL-League Honors

Aidan Lubamersky - 2nd Team Offense

Aidan LubamerskyLiam Lubamersky - 2nd Team Defense

Liam LubamerskyJack Miller - Honorable Mention

Jack Miller

Coaches Information

Varsity Head Coach

Mark Lubamersky

mlubamersky@srcs.org

415-453-4030 

 

Frosh/Soph Co-Head Coaches

Tom Kordick

tkordick@srcs.org

 

Pete Davis

pjdavis71@comcast.net

 

Assistant Coach

Lucian Traverso

ltraverso3@gmail.com

 

Assistant Coaches

Varsity Assistant - Humberto Contreras, Jonathan Friedman

JV Assistant - Eddy Caulderon

Grad Assistants - Aidan Lubamersky, Liam Lubamersky, Jack Miller

Field Operations- Mackenzie Possee

Media Director- Brett Goldman

 

 

Bulldog Puppies.
Dawgs in the News

It’s been almost a decade since the San Rafael High football team posted a non-losing record. Thanks to a two-point conversion the Bulldogs went for in the fourth quarter, that streak is over following a come-from-behind, 23-22 win against Drake on Friday night. San Rafael quarterback Jack Miller ran for a touchdown in the final 5 minutes to pull San Rafael (5-2, 2-1 MCAL) within a point. Coach Mark Lubamersky opted to go for the lead. “There was never any doubt in my mind that we would go for two.” Lubamersky said. “The book says go for the tie at home and go for the win on the road. Well, I didn’t read that book. No one wants overtime — that’s what my book says.” Miller threw a pass to Drew Caveney to put the Bulldogs in front for the first time all game. Drake (2-6, 0-4) jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first half but Miller led the Bulldogs back, running for two touchdowns and throwing another to Griffin Rudy. Miller finished with 161 passing yards and 55 rushing yards. Caveney caught seven passes for 55 yards while Rudy had four catches for 71 yards.