Sep 16

Mustangs Helping Mustangs

In response to the devastating fire in Lake County,
the SVHS community will be raising funds over the next few weeks in support our fellow Mustangs of Middletown HS.
  • SVHS Leadership class is holding a pancake breakfast this Friday, September 18th in Tillman Hall,7:00 – 8:00 am.  Admission to the breakfast is $5 and SVHS students who attend will be allowed to wear pajamas for the remainder of the school day.  We are extending the invitation to the breakfast to all of our families as well as the families from St. Vincent Elementary.   If any of our parents can help donate items to best maximize our donation to Middletown it would be greatly appreciated.  Donations of pre-cooked bacon, juice, fruit, syrup, paper plates, forks and napkins will be accepted in the front office all week.
  • SVHS will also be accepting ongoing donations for the Middletown High School community.  We will accept cash and checks (made to SVHS for now) as well as scrip cards. Walmart is the preferred card at this time.  Donations of Target, Big 5 and Dick’s Sporting Goods scrip cards are appreciated as well.  These can also be dropped off in the front office at any time.
  • Each of our sports teams will be holding bake sales during home games.
  • The football team will be collecting donations in fire fighter boots during drop off and pick up.
We are in regular contact with the administration at Middletown.  They are aware and very appreciative of our support.  All donations will be held here at SVHS until the chaos has settled a bit and they are able to designate a fund account to aid the Middletown HS fire victims.
If you have any questions please contact
Debra Sammon 707-763-1032 ext.113

Sep 04

Art Teacher Marla Pedersen Swims In The Fight Against Cancer

Art teacher Marla Pedersen is raising money for cancer research by participating in an open water swim in the San Francisco Bay. The swim will take place on September 27th. She will be swimming from the Golden Gate bridge to Crissy Field. Click here to connect with her donation page.

Good Luck Marla!
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Jul 21

JV Volleyball and Varsity Boys Soccer Coach Needed

St. Vincent High School is currently seeking a JV Volleyball Coach and Varsity Boys Soccer Coach for the fall season. The season begins August 17th and will end in November. If interested, please contact Kirth Dwyer at (707)763-1032 ext. 123 or

Jun 26

Stay active over the summer!

Click on the “Summer Programs” button to learn about summertime academic and athletic opportunities!


May 28

Baseball Beats Bentley to Advance in NCS Playoffs

The Mustangs beat #11 seed Bentley 9-3 to advance to the 2nd round of the NCS Playoffs. The winning pitcher of record was junior Liam Galten. Leading hitters for the Mustangs include Sky Doble (triple, 3 RBI), Liam Galten, 2×4 (double), Nick Vollert 2×3 (RBI), Michael Davis 2×3, George Sammon 2×3 (double), Reilly Tobin 1×2 (RBI), Ryan Lowry 1×2 (RBI), and Trevor Bovaird 1×2 (double). St. Vincent immediately put the pressure on Bentley in the first inning by scoring 3 runs. Bentley scored a lone run in the top of the fourth, but St. Vincent came back in the bottom of the fifth to score 4 more and put a stamp on the game at 8-1. The next game for the Mustangs will be Friday against Redwood Christian at San Leandro Ball Park at 7:00. Redwood Christian is the #3 seed in the tournament and barely squeeked by the #14 seed Fremont Christian 1-0.  Overall, Redwood Christian is 20-5 and the Mustangs 21-4. Sounds like the makings of a very competitive 2nd round contest.

May 27

Softball Advances in NCS Playoffs

The Mustang softball team defeated College Prep of Oakland yesterday 6-2 behind the solid pitching of Hannah Sarlatte to advance to the 2nd round of the NCS Playoffs. Sarlatte allowed only 4 hits on the day while being supported by the Mustang hitters at the plate. Leading the offense with 3 hits each were Haley Antonini, McKenna Wilson-Kay, and Mary Cerf. The next game for St. Vincent will be Friday against league rival Calistoga. Calistoga and St. Vincent played 3 times this season with the Wildcats winning 2 and losing 1. With a semi-final NCS game on the horizon, this should be an intense game. As the #4 seed (the Mustangs are the #5), Calistoga will host the Friday night game at 5:00.

May 25

Baseball/Softball Seeded into NCS Playoffs

The Mustang baseball and softball squads are headed into the first round playoffs of the the NCS tournament with both games to be played at St. Vincent High School. After finishing 20-4 and securing the league championship vs. Sonoma Academy, the Mustang baseball team received the #6 seed in the tournament and will play Bentley out of Lafayette. St. Vincent beat Sonoma Academy Friday night 7-0 to win the league championship. Liam Galten was the winning pitcher of record. Leading hitters for the Mustangs were George Sammon 1×4, Dominic Pedersen 3×4, Liam Galten 1×2 (RBI), Nick Vollert 2×3 (2 RBI), and Trevor Bovaird 1×2 (RBI). The game against Bentley will be Wednesday at 4:00.

The softball team also received a first round hosting opportunity against the Cougars of College Prep (Oakland). St. Vincent is ranked as the #5 seed in the tournament after losing the playoff game to Calistoga on Thursday 6-4. As co-champions of the league, the Mustangs were ranked one step under Calistoga and could be headed back to Wildcat territory if both teams win. The game against College Prep will be Tuesday at 4:00.

May 21

Mustang Track Qualifies for NCS Class A

The Mustang track team had a successful qualification meet at the recent CMC Championships. this past weekend. The girls finished third behind Sonoma Academy and Tech in the NCL II portion of the meet. This was a particularly good showing as there are only 6 members on the team.  Qualifying to move on to the NCS Class A meet at Montgomery HS this Saturday are freshmen Katie and Neila Gross, and juniors Olivia DeGraca, Taylor Gallagher, and Kenzie Chelemedos. From the boys team, juniors Alec Woodyatt and Jack Doolittle will be representing the Mustangs. Should any of these participants place in the top 3 at NCS, MOC (Meet of Champions) in Berkeley awaits their destiny.DSC_1019

May 13

Lowry No-Hits Tech HS

Senior Ryan Lowry pitched a no-hitter yesterday as the Mustang Varsity baseball team defeated Technology HS 14-0 in 5 innings. Along with the no hits, Lowry walked only 2 and struck out 5. Leading hitters for the Mustangs were George Sammon 1×1, Sky Doble 1×1 (triple, 3 RBI), Dominic Pedersen 1×2 (double, 2 RBI), Reilly Tobin 1×2 (RBI), and Trevor Bovaird 1×2 (3 RBI). St. Vincent is now tied with Sonoma Academy for 1st place in league as the Coyotes had a disappointing loss to Rincon Valley Christian 11-1. The Mustangs will take on Rincon Valley on Tuesday, and there could be some surprises in store for all 3 schools (St. Vincent, RVC, and Sonoma Academy) as the season begins to wind down. One of those surprises could be a possible 3-way tie for first place – stay tuned!

May 11

Golf Tournament Update



If you haven’t yet registered for a day of golf, drinks and friends it isn’t too late!

Early Bird Registration has been extended indefinitely for SV’s 22nd Annual Golf Tournament on May 15!
Register today at the rate of $185.
Anyone who has not registered can still get this great price, valued at $250 by  clicking here.
You can also download a registration and donation packet by clicking here.

Thank you to all that have registered.  We are looking forward to seeing you at Rooster Run starting at noon.
We also wanted to let you know what we have in store for you— and to get a few more friends out there to join us!

You don’t want to miss….

The Tee Prize!
You will want to be sporting the awesome PFO Logo Windbreaker each golfer will receive.  Show your support for our schools and guard against any breeze that may (will) come up on the course!

Three Hole-In-One contests— win $10,000, and iPad Air 2 or an iPad Mini if you can sink that elusive shot… Straightest Drive Contest, Marshmallow Challenge, Bulleye Contest, Porcupine Hole, Hit the Pool Contest, Beat the Pro (our own Mike Stiveson), Longest Drive, and the chance to have the SVHS Golf Team get you your best drive of the day- We’ll Drive Fore You!

Lunch and Dinner for all golfers, plus treats throughout the course to keep you on your game – Lombardi’s pulled pork, Sift Cupcakes at the dessert bar, and the famous SV Oyster Bar on the 18th.

If you are parched while working so hard, enjoy the Mi Pueblo Margarita Bar, Traxx Bar & Grill mixed drink hole, putt your way to a free bottle of wine on the putting green, or grab a beer and water at our many refresher stations!

and of course…  WIN! 
Do your best to win the whole tourney and receive our Grand Prize- a foursome at Marin Country Club including, two carts and range balls, First Place Trophies, and bragging rights!


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