- Ivan Aguilar - Senior
- Christian Bode - Junior
- John Burnett - Junior
- Marcus Cabot - Senior
- Lorenzo(Javi) Capitan - Sophomore
- John Chiarelli - Senior
- Eric Cuevas - Senior
- Michael De Jesus - Senior
- Joshua Ebalo - Senior
- Matthew Enriques - Senior
- Tommy Fierro - Senior
- George Gutierrez - Junior
- Matthew Ingram - Freshman
- Minhoon (Daniel) Kim - Junior
- Luke Kunkel - Sophomore
- Valley Lin - Junior
- Shiwei (Daniel) Liu - Junior
- Emmanuel Medina - Senior
- Trevor Moreno - Senior
- Jesse Neville - Junior
- Preston Park - Senior
- Ryan Pool - Freshman
- Matthew Ruiz - Junior
- Gilbert Salas - Senior
- Jackson Smith - Freshman
- Dante Terramani - Senior
- Anthony Williams - Senior
Head Coach: Mr. Jack Hastert '70
Varsity Golf Head Coach Jack Hastert is a St. John Bosco High School alumnus, Class of 1970, and has been coaching at the school for more than 30 years. He coached football for 26 years and the 2018-19 season will be his 13th as head of the golf program. Jack taught religion at Bosco for 37 years before his "semi-retirement" in 2018. Throughout his almost four decades at St. John Bosco, Coach Hastert worked as bookstore manager, campus minister, religion department chair, athletic director and guidance counselor. Coach Hastert has a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Loyola University and a master’s in Religious Studies from Mt. Saint Mary’s.
He currently resides in Bellflower with his wife, Kerry. They have three married children: Julianne (Luke Nordrehaug), Rachel (Brian Javellana), and Jacob SJB '02 (Turi Wilson) and five grandchildren, Presley Ann Nordrehaug, Wilson Hastert, Jude Nordrehaug, Elle Javellana, and Jocelyn (J.J.) Hastert. Coach Hastert believes in always doing the best you can in the spirit of good sportsmanship and having fun.
JV Coach: Mick Towle
Frosh Soph Coach: Bob Segura
Volunteer Assistant: Ruben Rojes
SJB Golf Weekly Recap - Week of March 4, 2019
Week 2 was difficult due to all the rain which necessitated postponing and moving matches and not being able to practice. In addition to that, the funeral for our beloved band director, Mr. Fabiero was on Tuesday. But we pressed on.
JV 1:vs. Cerritos at Navy Course
We lost a close one at the par 31 Navy Cruiser course. Gilbert and Dante had their best rounds so far and Tommy and Valley played their first matches of the season. Josh was our low man at 12 over par. Preston sank a 40 foot putt from off the green for a birdie on the first hole. Once again we were hurt by only having 6 players.
Ebalo-43, Fierro-49, Lin-46, Park-45, Salas-48, Terramani-44
JV 2:vs. Whittier Christian at Candlewood C.C. W. Christian – 307 SJB – 298
Our new players picked up their first win of the season at the very difficult par 35 Candlewood Country Club. Eric was our low scorer at 20 over par and Javi was 21 over in his first JV2 match as we all struggled on this tough course. But the other team did too so we were able to pull out the win.
Burnett-61, Capitan-56, Cuevas-55, Gutierrez-65, Kunkel-63, Pool-67, Smith-61
This was a rainy day and school was cancelled so people could attend Mr. Fabiero’s funeral. Let’s continue to pray for him and his family. Varsity was supposed to play Servite today and Servite was kind enough to reschedule for us.
Varsity: vs. Lakewood at Skylinks
JV 2:vs. Servite at Los Amigos
Varsity: vs. Servite at Western Hills
Par 36 Western Hills was wet and muddy so the ball hardly rolled at all. The greens had just been aerated so there were bumps all over and it was hard to get the ball to roll straight. Just for some extra fun it was also cold with an arctic wind. We did not have a single birdie but actually scored fairly well considering the conditions. Given all that, Marcus still had his best 9 hole round of the season and led us at 4 over par. Daniel did okay in his first varsity match.
Aguilar-49, Cabot-40, De Jesus-49, Ingram-42, Liu-48, Medina-55, Ruiz-54
JV 1:vs. Lakewood at Skylinks
JV 1 picked up their first win of the season on this tough day. We got the win even though we only had six players again. Dante led the way at 10 over par, Josh had his low round of the season and Preston and Daniel tied theirs to help us win. Thank you to Preston for subbing in for injured players.
Ebalo-47, Kim-47, Lin-47, Park-50, Salas-69, Terramani-46
JV 2:vs. Los Alamitos at Navy Base
At the par 35 Cruiser course our beginning golfers gained some valuable experience. Again the conditions were not great so although we didn’t play our best we hung in there. Christian and Matt got to play in their first ever golf matches for SJB and Anthony improved by 6 shots over his previous best. Luke had our low score on this day at 19 over par.
Bode-58, Enriquez-58, Gutierrez-56, Kunkel-50, Neville-59, Smith-51, Williams-58
Have a most blessed week,
Head Golf Coach
Class of 1970