St. John Bosco High School Football – The 2022 Season!


St. John Bosco High School Football is back, and the 2022 season couldn’t be more exciting! Whether you’re a current player, parent of a player, alumni, or completely unaffiliated with the school and just a football enthusiast – this article is for you. The Saints are going to bring you all of the latest news on their upcoming season that kicks off in August of this year. Stay tuned for interviews with Coach Martinez and all the other coaches, pre-season analysis articles, practice reports, and stats analysis articles along with everything else you need to know about St. John Bosco Football.

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The St. John Bosco Football program

If you’re reading this, you’re probably aware that the St. John Bosco Football program is one of the most successful programs in all of California and the country as a whole. But just in case you’re not, here are some quick facts about the program. – The program’s record since its inception in the late 70’s is 542-97-9 which is a winning percentage of 84.95%. – The program has won 10 California State Championships (8 in the Interscholastic Football League (ILB) and 2 in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of California (IAAC). – The program has won 16 Los Angeles City Section Championships, with 4 of those being in the IAAC. – The program has won 17 Section Championship game appearances, with 10 of those being in the IAAC. – The program has won 14 Los Angeles City Bowl games, with 3 of those being in the IAAC. – The program has won 18 LA City Bowl appearances, with 7 of those being in the IAAC.

The 2022 Schedule

Bosco’s season kicks off against Oaks Christian. These two teams played each other during the 2021 season and the Saints came away with a close 24-20 victory. Since this is a non-league game, it could very well be a make or break game for playoff placement, so it should be exciting to see these two teams square off again. Bosco’s next game is against Mission Viejo, who they played against in the 2021 season as well. The Saints defeated the Diablos 42-28 during the 2021 season, but Mission Viejo is a different team this time around, so it should be interesting to see the outcome. The following game is the “Battle for the Golden Stool” against St. Joseph’s from the San Francisco area. It’d be interesting to see how this game plays out because the last time these two teams met, St. Joseph’s defeated Bosco 31-16. Considering the fact that both teams will have a year’s worth of experience under their belts, it’ll be interesting to see how these two teams play out. Bosco’s final game of the season is against Mission San Jose. These two teams have played each other since the early 2000’s, so they have a long history. The last time they played, the Saints defeated the Spartans 48-40. It’ll be interesting to see if that trend continues.

2022 Roster – By the Numbers

QB – 3 – By far the deepest position on the team, with 3 QBs each having a legitimate chance at the starting position. RB – 8 – A little low at 8, but with the potential of the QBs to throw the ball more often, it shouldn’t be a problem. WR – 8 – A pretty average number of WRs for a team, but their ability to make plays could be sky high. OL – 13 – A high number of OLmen, especially given the fact that Bosco will be throwing the ball more often. DL – 12 – A fairly low number, but it could be easily made up for by the other positions. LB – 12 – A very average number, with most of the LBs being effective in stopping the run and covering the pass. DB – 10 – A low number, but the ability of the LBs to cover the pass goes a long way towards making up for it.

New Additions to the Coaching Staff

Obviously, it’s too early to see any results from any changes to the coaching staff, but there are a couple of new coaches who could make a big difference this season. – Charlie LoGiudice – LoGiudice comes to Bosco after spending the past 8 seasons at Oaks Christian as either their Offensive Coordinator or QB Coach. If his track record is any indication, expect Bosco to throw the ball a lot more this season. – Hugh Panagiot. Panagiot is a former St. John Bosco Football alum and Offensive Line coach. If his track record is any indication, expect Bosco’s OL to be better than ever this season.

Final Words

That’s all for now – but don’t forget to keep checking this article for more exciting updates on the 2022 Bosco Saints Football Season. If you’re a current Bosco player, make sure you check out this article from time to time to keep up with what’s going on with the team. If you’re a parent, keep this article bookmarked so you can keep your child up to date on all the latest news. If you’re an alumni, keep this article bookmarked so you can see how far the Saints have come since you played for them. And if you’re just a football enthusiast, keep this article bookmarked so you can keep up with the latest news on the Saints and what they’ve been up to!