Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 25

Football Season is Over as Salesian Beats the Mustangs

The Salesian Pride beat the St. Vincent Mustangs this past weekend 48-6 in the 2nd round of the North Coast Section playoffs. Salesian pulled away in the second quarter scoring 28 points to St. Vincent’s 6. That lone touchdown was scored by senior George Sammon on a 68 yard run. The Mustangs could not respond …

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Nov 19

Girls Soccer Loses to SA, Football Moves On vs. Salesian

The Mustang girls soccer team lost once again to Sonoma Academy in the championship of the North Coast Section playoffs. The Coyotes were undefeated on the season going into the game vs. the Mustangs, and proved quite easily that they were the best team in beating St. Vincent 5-1. Sonoma Academy led 2-0 in the …

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Nov 19

Spring Coaches Needed For St. Vincent HS

St. Vincent High School has a number of openings for spring coaching opportunities. Currently in need are coaches for Tennis, Track, and Swimming. If you are interested or know of someone who might be interested, have them contact Kirth Dwyer as soon as possible at or call 707-763-1032 ext. 123. Share this:ShareFacebookEmail

Nov 18

Artist Reception Saturday November 22


  Please join us for Artist Reception Saturday  Nov.22nd featuring our own Marla Pedersen. The event will be held, 6pm to 9pm. at Heebe Jeebe, 49 Kentucky St. Petaluma, CA 94952.Marla Pedersen was born and raised in a small town  in  Ohio,  Lake Erie in her backyard. She graduated from The  Ohio  State  University  with a …

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Nov 17

SVHS Represented at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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    Chelsea Ciocci and Madeline Wilmore are going to be traveling to New York on November 21st to participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. They were offered this honor at cheer camp this summer for being senior cheer captains. While in New York, they will be able to go sight-seeing and will have a rehearsal …

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Nov 13

Volleyball is Over, Soccer Moving on vs. Familiar Foe

The Mustang Varsity volleyball team lost to the Bay School of San Francisco in the first round playoff of the North Coast Section tournament 25-15, 25-17, 25-19. As indicated by the scores, St. Vincent struggled most of the night to find their game. Numerous serving errors were one of the many causes for the collapse. …

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Nov 11

Football and Volleyball are in the NCS Playoffs

The Varsity football team had an impressive win against Tomales 49-12 to propel them into the North Coast Section playoffs as league champions. St. Vincent received the #9 seed and will play the #8 seed Cloverdale at St. Vincent on Saturday at 1:00. The Mustangs were allowed to host this game by virtue of being …

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Nov 07

Boys Soccer Makes Quick Exit from Playoffs

The Mustang boys soccer team lost to Oakland Military Institute 3-1 in the first round of the NCS playoffs. St. Vincent was seeded #6 in the tournament with a 12-6-2 overall record and Oakland Military Institute was the #11 seed  at 12-8-2. The Mustangs battled all the way, but just could not overcome some key …

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Nov 05

SVHS Arts Events – Save the Dates

SVHS Night of the Arts – Thursday December 4th – 6:00pm This is our bi-annual showcase of the arts and visual arts talents of the collected art and music classes of St. Vincent de Paul High School. Drawings, paintings and photographs will line the walls of Tillman Hall; sculptures and ceramics will be displayed; the …

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Nov 03

Mustang Soccer Receives Good Seeds in NCS Tournament

The Mustang soccer teams were rewarded for their successful seasons by receiving strong seeds into the NCS tournament. The girls soccer team is seeded #2 behind Sonoma Academy and will have a first round bye. They will play the winner of the Ferndale/Fort Bragg game on Saturday. The boys soccer team is seeded #6 and …

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