Year
Graduating Seniors
Coach
Team Record
League Place
CCS
Notes
60-61

Grads:
Dutch Boysen
2-10
7th
SHS gym dedicated
61-62

Grads:
Wayne Brazil
11-7
7th
N/A
62-63

Grads:
Jerry Dunn, Craig Lodato, John Lanahan:
Dan Wilson
N/A
63-64

Grads:
Jeff Armstrong, John Brazil, Jim Erskine, Bruce Richard, Robbie Robertson:
Dan Wilson
2-12
N/A
64-65

Grads: Mickey August, Jim Clayton, Steven Haldeman, Norman Kibby, Rick Johnson
Dan Wilson
5-11
?
N/A
65-66

Grads:
Bronson Baker, Greg Burger, Pete Doman, Mike Goodwin, Dan Hawks, Sam Holloway, Paul Kalff, Kevin Kyes, Scott Landis, and Dave Smith
Dan Wilson
3-13
?
N/A
66-67

Grads:
Brick McIntosh
Dan Wilson
2-14
?
N/A
67-68

Grads:
Bill Dimeff, Don Lewis, Joe Williams, John Zuercher
Dan Wilson
8-4
6th Place (9 teams)
N/A Called a disappointing season though best ever place in league
68-69

Grads:
Steven High, Scott Loomis, Mike Porter, Scott Thompson, Allen Warner
Honors:
1st Team: Scott Loomis, 2nd Team Kent Raley
Dan Wilson
12-10
N/A Scott Loomis set a school record by averaging 22.5 points per game
69-70

Grads:
Honors:
Dan Wilson
5-17
N/A
70-71

Grads:
Craig Harthun, Jerome Jow, Brain Moran, Jim Nelson
Honors:
Pat Motola was league MVP and averaged 19.8 points per game
Dan Wilson
14-10
9-5
Lost in first round to Leigh 45-44 Best league record in school's history to this point.
71-72

Grads:
Dennis Billings, Terry Houghton, Van Jepson, Pat Motola, Craig Perkins, Charles Stone,
Honors: First Team: Pat Motola, Craig Perkins Hon Mention: Dave Slade
Dan Wilson
18-6
(11-2)
1st Place (tie)
Defeated by Campbell 64-58 in league playoffs First league title in Saratoga History.
72-73

Grads:
Dan Wilson
9-7
?
N/A
73-74

Grads:
Dan Wilson
10-8
?
N/A
74-75

Grads:
Dan Wilson
8-6
1st Place
CCS 5th Place
75-76

Grads:
Jeb Johnson, and Robert Shum
Dan Wilson
1-12
?
76-77

Grads:
Don Herick, Mark Salinger, Greg Jones, and Robert Babcock
Honors: MVP:
Don Herick, 2nd Team: Randy Arrillaga, Hon Mention: Peter Smith
Dan Wilson
17-10
4th place

?

77-78

Grads:
Mark Chamberlain
Honors:
1st Team: Randy Arrillaga 2nd Team: Peter Smith
Joe Calpin

17-8

4th (7-5)

?
Joe Calpin begins the turn around of the Saratoga basketball program
78-79

Grads:
Craig Archer,
Randy Arrillaga,
Peter Smith
Honors:
MVP: Randy Arrillaga, 1st Team: Peter Smith, 2nd Team: Tim Taylor Hon Mention: Marty Abate
Joe Calpin
21-7

1st (10-2)

Lost to St. Francis in Quarterfinals (82-68)
Randy Arrillaga and Peter Smith made the High school all star game. Randy Arrillaga was MVP of the league, Co-Player of the year in CCS & All Nor-Cal
79-80

Grads:
Tim Taylor,
Beeker
Honors:
MVP: Tim Taylor, 1st Team: Paul Boswell & Marty Abate
Joe Calpin
19-6

1st (10-2)

Lost in first round to San Jose (72-67)

80-81

Grads
Marty Abate, Paul Boswell, Selby Brown, Kelly Byrd, Bernie Cayetano, Randy Foland. Matt Fleming, Gregg Mitchell, Richard Worman
Honors:
MVP: Marty Abate, 1st Team: Paul Boswell & Matt Fleming 2nd Team: Kelly Byrd, Hon Mention: Rick Worman
Joe Calpin
22-4

1st (11-1)
Lost in Riordan in Quarterfinals (51-40)

81-82

Grads:
Scott Brown, Ed Damore, Tim Tunyard
Doug Oliver
8-16
4-7

N/A

82-83

Grads:
Andrew Hall, Randolph Judd, David Koehler, Stepanos Mitakides
Tim Tolbert
7-17

DAL Champ
N/A

83-84

Grads:
Chuck Beck, Casey Cristich, Ty Curry, Kevin Dorhout, Doug Hancock, Jack Harris, Darren Sera, John Trummel
Tim Tolbert
8-16
?

N/A

84-85

Grads:
Gary Gatiss, Lee Hancock, Eric Swanson
Tim Tolbert
11-10
1-9

N/A
Disappointing season of narrow losses but highlighted by Hancock's scoring totals ranking him in CCS top 15.
85-86

Grads:
Greg Laurich, Mike Pon, Scott Sutter
2nd Team All League:Bob McFarlane
Tim Tolbert
3-7
1-4

4th in DAL
N/A

86-87

Grads:
Jamison Cutter, John Devine, Jason Krumwiede,
Bob McFarlane, Stuart Schare, David Schwartz, Mark Walzer
Honors:

2nd Team All League: Jason Krumwiede & Bob McFarlane
Tim Tolbert
11-6
5-4

N/A

87-88

Grads
Kevin Kraft
John Nora
Tim Tolbert
1-26
Last (0-15)

Lost to Aptos 86-56
A win against Blackford saved the team from a completely disastrous season
88-89

Grads:
Geoff Spencer
Jeff Lawler
Paul Gellatly
Todd Gurney
Brad Lambert
Tim Tolbert
10-17
2-8

N/A

89-90

Grads:
Robert Matthews,
Justin Claeys
Jason Lee James Rodriguez
Tim Tolbert
8-18
6-8
Lost to San Jose in First Round 94-61

90-91

Grads:
Mark Coleman,
Rusty Dehorn,
Justin Moon
Tim Tolbert
6-19
5-14
N/A

91-92

Grads:
Jeremy Spencer,
Brant Claussen,
Matt Robinson,
Oliver Addison,
Eric Wu
Barry Mendenhall
Mike Davey
3-20
7th (1-11)
N/A
Beat #15 Los Gatos for first time in nearly a decade Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
92-93

Grads:
Jon Chin,
Brian Rothmuller,
Bill Hagman,
Chris Byrer,
Chris Curtis,
Steve Sugimura,
Scott Curry
Barry Mendenhall
Mike Davey
14-10
2nd (8-4)
Lost in Quarterfinals to Palma (58-42)
The Falcons returned to the CCS for first time since 89-90. 2nd place in the first ever Saratoga Shootout.....Bill Hagman scored a season/career high for the team of 31 points in the Championship game against San Lorenzo. All League Selections First Team: Bill Hagman, Chris Byrer Second Team: Geoff Parker Honorable Mention: Jon Chin Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary Coach Barry Mendenhall completed his two year stint rebuilding Saratoga Basketball program compiling a 17-30 record.
93-94

Grads:
Geoff Parker,
Matt Jones
Mike Davey
Bill Hagman
9-16
7th (2-10)
N/A
Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
94-95

Grads:
Mike Bramlett ,
Shawn Mackey, Jeff Robinson
Darius Tehranchi, Kyle Goni
Mike Chin
Simran Sabharwal
Mike Davey/
Jim Feenstra

18-9
3rd
Lost in Semi-Finals to Valley Christian (75-53)
Upset #1 Seed Pacific Grove 57-48 in CCS Quarterfinals Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
95-96

Grads:
Joe Yuan,
Eddie Jeng,
Bryan Webster,
Andy Uppal ,
Aaron Martlage,
Angus Huang
Mike Davey/
Jim Feenstra
17-8
2nd (9-3)
Lost in CCS Quarterfinals to Palma (59-56)
Beat ranked #11 opponent Santa Clara in league & went 9-3 in league Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
96-97

Grads:
Tony Hsu,
Brennan Carroll,
Mark Marshall,
Tom Calderon,
Howie Lin
Rusty Dehorn/
Mike Davey
8-16 (5-7)
5th
N/A
Team won 5 out of last 7 games to narrowly miss going to the playoffs. Coach Rusty Dehorn moved up from the Frosh-Soph where he went 13-12 in his only season as varsity head coach. Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
97-98

Grads:
Mike Black,
Luke Weger ,
Ryan Anderson,
Jason Ng,
Matt McKenna,
Jeremy Devich,
Cory Schwaderer Oliver L'Abbe
Mike Davey/
Rusty Dehorn
17-10
2nd tie (7-5)
Lost in Semi-Finals to Cappuchino(68-49)
In perhaps the biggest CCS shocker of all time, the team defeated #1 seed Seaside, which featured a division 1 player and 2 Junior College standouts. The Falcons earned the right to play Seaside by defeating Los Gatos by a point in the first round of CCS. The team featured just two 6'1 posts but managed to rebound well all year. Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
98-99

Grads:
Matt Garapollo,
Adam Weiskal,
Geoff Lamotte Daniel GoniArthur Akimoto
Honors:
Geoff Lamotte & Micah Weger 1st-Team All-League
Mike Davey
/ Rusty Dehorn
16-12
2nd tie (6-6)
Lost in the second round to S. Cruz(70-62)
Geoff Lamotte sets school 3 point shooting record including 7 3s against Cupertino The team one their first CCS game against Pioneer before falling to Santa Cruz on the road. Current Alumni information, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
99-00

Grads:
Mike Crosby ,
Micah Weger,
Robert Kim,
Bill Wallace,
A. J. Peper,
Scott Snider,
Todd Anderson,
Tony Kau,
Paul Zebb III & Spencer Jamison
Honors:
MVP: Micah Weger, 1st Team: Mike Crosby & Bill Wallace
0
Mike Davey/
Dehorn/Jon Chin
24-4
1st (tie) (10-2)
Lost a heartbreaker in the first round of CCS to SHC (67-64)
Team traveled to Victoria British Columbia Canada and went 3-0 and loses a scrimmage two the Western Canadian Champion by 3 points). Saratoga won the league title for first time since 1979, and got a #8 seed in CCS. Sacred Heart Cathedral followed the victory over Saratoga by going on to defeat #1 Santa Cruz Current Notes, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
00-01

Grads:
Dan Ruby,
Alexi Sevastopoulos,
Jesse Alejandro
Mike Mann,
Alan Tsai
Mike Davey/
Rusty Dehorn /Jon Chin/
Paul Zebb II
11-14
6th Place (De Anza)
N/A
Team that graduated 91% of its scoring and top eight players moved up to the De Anza League, upset Gunn, won game against Monta Vista to start the season twice at the buzzer when refs falsely believed that clock was faulty. Current Notes, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
01-02

Grads:
Eric Lee,
Mark Elfving,
CK Kaplan
Kazuto Nakanishi,
Justin Zebb
Honors:
1st Team: Justin Zebb
Mike Davey/
Shozo Shimizaki/ Rusty Dehorn
15-14
2nd Place (El Camino)
(7-5)
Lost in the Quarterfinals to SHC (75-67)
Team returned to Canada going 1-2 in the Lambrick Park Xmas Classic but played well in league finishing 2nd and had huge upset victory over Gunderson in first round of CCS and gave SHC, eventual CCS champ Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
02-03

Grads:
Matt Ashburn,
Frank Wallace,
Lawrence Hui
Greg VanHoesen
Honors:
1st Team: Matt Ashburn, 2nd Team: Aron Mitsunaga, Hon Mention: Greg VanHoesen
Mike Davey/
John Daniher
Rusty Dehorn
17-8
2nd Place (El Camino)
(9-3)
Lost to Pioneer in the first round (61-45)
Team that went 7-17 over the course of the summer turned everything around going 17-8 (every team they lost to prior to league was ranked at one time or another) Defeated Pioneer in the Los Gatos tournament yet had to go on the road and play them in CCS where they went down to defeat. Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
03-04

Grads:
Irving Chien,
Aron Mitsunaga,
David Kau
Honors:
League MVP: Danny Wallace, 2nd Team: Aron Mitsunaga, Hon Mention: Irving Chien
Mike Davey/
John Bennett
John Daniher
Rusty Dehorn
17-8
3rd Place (El Camino)
(8-4)
Lost to Saint Francis in 1st Round (43-41)
Team that went 6-18 over the course of the summer turned everything around going 18-10 but also faced a tragedy of Coach Davey's wife Kathleen's cardiac after doing pullups. Coach Bennett took over the coaching duties for some of the final weeks of the season. The team experienced an emotional roller coaster and had an opportunity to win league before losing the last two games. The team pulled it together and nearly upset #5 Saint Francis in CCS losing a heartbreak 43-41. Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
04-05

Grads
Kenny Baba,
Ben Coggins
Chris Etterman
Barry Ju
Justin Kemp
David Orasin
Bruce Rodriguez
Danny Wallace
Honors
League co-MVP: Danny Wallace, 1st team all league: Chris Etterman, 2nd team all league: Nima Rad
Mike Davey/
John Bennett
John Daniher
Dehorn
22-6
1st Place (El Camino)
(10-2)
Lost to eventual CCS champ Saint Ignatius in Quarterfinals (63-49)
Team had an excellent season in which Danny Wallace again finished MVP of the league and in the top 5 in CCS in rebounding while Rad and Etterman did much of the team's scoring from beyond the 3 pt arc. The team swept the first half of league before stumbling on the road at Los Altos but finished with a tie for the league crown. Transition game and intense full court pressure kept the game scores high and made each game exciting. The squad also beat the alumni for the first time since 1992 in a game dedicated to Kathleen "Bean" Davey. Current Jobs, Basketball Pictures & Season Summary
05-06

Grads:
Kia Agahdel - 2nd team all league
Ryan Matsuura
Scott Newberry - Hon Mention all league
Pete Sclavos
Honors
2nd Team: Kia Agahdel & Ryan Matsuura, Hon Mention: Scott Newberry -
Mike Davey/
John Daniher
17-10
2nd Place (El Camino)
(9-3)
Lost to Pioneer in Quarterfinals (60-39)
Team had an excellent season, especially considering the offense lost from the previous season. For the second straight season they beat the alumni and during league play were projected third or fourth and provided the only legitimate competition to Cupertino who finished 11-1. The Falcons built on the momentum from the league season to win their first game in CCS play since 1999.
06-07

Grads:
Nick Valluri,
P.J. Rezaii,
Kourash Agahdel, Sean Casserly, Bo Nielson,
Honors:
Keon Ghafouri made 1st team all-league, Kourash Agahdel was defender of the year in the league and Steven Walker was hon. mention all-league
Mike Davey/
John Daniher
Aron Mitsunaga
16-11
4th Place (De Anza)
(5-7)
Lost to #8 San Lorenzo Valley in first round(61-55)
Team started out hot going 11-3 before the scoring(24.6ppg), rebounder(10.8rpg), and assist leader Bo Nielson went down with a broken ankle. The day after the injury, the team demonstrated they weren't done by again beating the alumni. Picking up the pieces, the team managed to go 5-7 in a tough A-League defeating Milpitas in double overtime the last game of league where Nielson returned to play at 80% nailing 6 free throws to ice the game. The team shot poorly at San Lorenzo Valley (25-7) but played good defense and outrebounded the opponent in a tight (61-55) loss.
07-08

Grads:
Andy Capek, Chris Chiou, Keon Ghafouri, Hank Mei,
Steven Walker
, Ed Ye
Honors:
Keon Ghafouri First Team All-League, Andy Capek 2nd Team All-League, Steven Walker Hon. Mention All-League
Mike Davey/
Aron Mitsunaga
15-12
5th Place (De Anza)
(5-7)
Lost to North Monterey County in the 2nd round after defeating Hillsdale in the first round.
Team went 9-4 in pre-season despite having leading rebounder Andy Capek out for the first 11 games and missing as many as four starters for three games. Playing in the De Anza Division for the second straight season the team had huge upsets in the middle of league over #12 Cupertino and #13 Palo Alto and took Cupertino to Overtime in the second meeting between the teams. Coach Davey finished his 14th and final season as head coach with after compiling a 231-140 record.
08-09

Grads:
Christian Biederman, , Owen Huang, Avinash Kumar,Johnny Lam, Chris Owyang, Ryan Pak, Jamie Turley, Thomas Wang,
Honors:
Christian Biederman- 2nd team all-league. Owen Huang and Ryan Pak honorable mention all-league.
Trevor Naas/
John Bennett
11-15
5th Place (El Camino)
(4-8)
Lost to Del Mar in the first round.
Team went 7-6 in pre-season featuring a win over cross town rival Los Gatos.
09-10

Grads:
Vincent Carstens, Shawn Ra , Daniel Chou, Andy Johnson
Honors
Daniel Chou - 1st Team All League and Team MVP, Andy Johnson - 2nd Team All League and Co Most Inspirational, Vinnie Carstens - Honorable Mention All League and Co Most Inspirational
Trevor Naas/
John Bennett
9-15
5th Place (El Camino)
(5-7)
N/A
Team beat Lynbrook and Cupertino twice but lost an overtime game in the last week to just miss CCS play.
10-11

Grads: Alex Chan, Pat Soung, Chris Guegengrich, Jasneil Nat, Tyler Jew
Honors
1st Team All League: - 2nd Team All League:
Trevor Naas/
Brian Elliot
16-10
3rd Place (El Camino)
(7-5)
Lost in 2nd Round to Mills 53-39
Team had key wins over eventual 6th seed Mills and rival Los Gatos in preseason.
11-12

Grads:
Brandon Pak, Salmaan Javed,Mitchell Casas, Peter Hsieh
Honors
Trevor Naas/
Brian Elliot
17-9
1st Place (El Camino League)
(9-3)
Lost in the 2nd round to Santa Cruz
Team built upon a successful season with improved execution and effort, won the Prospect Tournament, and won the league moving back into the De Anza League for the first time in 4 years.
12-13

Grads:
Arthur Tsao, Stevie Berman, Dylan Jew, Alex Wang , Jonathan Boldt, Kyle Dozier, Brian Kim
Honors
1st Team: Stevie Berman, 2nd Team: Kyle Dozier & Alex Wang, Hon Mention: Jonathan Boldt
Trevor Naas/
Brian Elliot
18-7

2nd Place (De Anza) (9-3)
Lost in Quarterfinals of CCS to Santa Cruz
Team placed 2nd in the De Anza league and
13-14

Grads:
Thomas Alexander, Jeffrey Chen, Kevin Chun, Justin Huang
Honors:
2nd Team: Michael Cole
Temo Barrera/
Berridge
6-18

7th Place (De Anza) (1-11)
N/A
Team had a rebuilding year but competed in numerous close games. They were led by tough play by senior Thomas Alexander and junior Michael Cole.
14-15

Grads:
Gino Caloiaro, Aditya Chetia, Brian Chun, Michael Cole, Kevin Lee, Joey Medeiros
Honors: League Co-MVP: Michael Cole, 2nd Team: Gino Caloiaro, Hon Mention: Joe Eschen & Joel Schneidmiller
Trevor Naas/
Brian Elliot
18-7

2nd Place(El Camino) (10-2)
N/A
Lost in the 2nd round to Valley Christian 56-45.
15-16

Grads:Joseph Eschen, Gabriel Fong, Alex Guo, Jatin Mohanty, Noah Quanrud, Tyler Yoshihara
Honors: 2nd Team: Jatin Mohanty and Gabriel Fong. Honorable Mention: Joseph Eschen and Joel Schneidmiller.
Trevor Naas/
Brian Elliot
10-15

4th Place (El Camino) (6-6)
N/A
Lost to Aptos in first round of CCS 45-42