News and Announcements

Sports Screening

Posted by EL TORO FOOTBALL at Jun 19, 2017 11:36AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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The 2017 Sports Screening Program is underway and provided by Clineva Urgent Care Center. They are located at 29100 Portola Pkwy in Lake Forest (across from Saddleback Church). Clineva is open 7 days a week from 8AM to 8PM. Appointments can be made at www.clineva.com or players can get screened on a walk-in basis. Exams typically take approximately 20 minutes to complete (depending on patient volume). Cost of the Screening is $40 and mention El Toro Football when you go.

Below is the link for the Sports Screening Form:

https://teampages.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/169791/2017_Sports_Screening_Form.pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=0MADWNHT7KBQHYNHHQR2&Expires=1497916720&Signature=xqhu1FCwcK14rdXmeISkzMa7QyE%3D

Cilneva Urgent Care
29100 Portola Pkwy
Lake Forest, CA 92630
844-254-6382

Get your Charger screened and ready for Summer football.

Go Chargers!

JENNIFER RABE WINS GOLF BALL DROP

Posted by EL TORO FOOTBALL at Jun 14, 2017 8:48PM PDT ( 1 Comment )
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El Toro Booster Dave Stover presents golf ball drop winner Jennifer Rabe with a check for $1564.00. Jennifer is accompanied by her nephew Tristan Jones and sister Shayla Klytta who sold her the golf ball drop opportunity.

Congratulations to Jennifer who is a huge Charger football supporter!

Player Contributions - 3 Fundraisers

Posted by EL TORO FOOTBALL at Jun 7, 2017 7:58AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Hello Charger Football Families,

There are “3” remaining fundraisers to help your player achieve their minimum $1,000 Fundraising Goal.
We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities!

1. Lift A Thon- July 15th at El Toro HS. We first start with a free family Pancake Breakfast from 8-11 am. Players will weightlift at 11 am. Friends and family can support your player through the Pledgestar website. This site will allow you to send individual emails, tracks your pledges and provide a personal thank you letter and picture. Register through Pledgestar and send requests to families and friends to make a flat donation or a pledge for each pound lifted.

http://pledgestar.com/etfootball
Enter your name and email address, then click Register and follow the instructions on screen. More info here

2. Program Ads/ Banners- Now through August 1st. This full color program is sold at all 6 Varsity home games and is a great way for our local businesses to advertise and support El Toro Football. Also available are 4′ × 8′ banners that are displayed at the stadium from August to November. (Use below link to help you sell ads and any questions contact president@etfootball.com)

https://teampages.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/164926/2017_Business_Advertising.pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=0MADWNHT7KBQHYNHHQR2&Expires=1496868686&Signature=S4nsxuup9xbZwomqE3z3dTDPz3M%3D

3. Letter Campaign- more details to be provided at Summer Camp by Coach Mayoral and Coach Parsons.

ETHS Football Boosters appreciate your support and fundraising to make the 2017 Season a huge success!

Go Chargers!
ETHS Football Booster Board

Sign Up Instructions

Posted by EL TORO FOOTBALL at May 23, 2017 4:17PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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VARSITY AND JV SUMMER FOOTBALL CAMP REGISTRATION
This Summer Camp is run through SVUSD Community Services
Sign up at
https://apm.activecommunities.com/svusdcommservices

Sign In if you have an account or create an account if first time.
Then use Activity Code ETSF4 and follow prompts to register.

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Varsity and JV Camp Schedule

Jun 26, 2017 to Jul 20, 2017

  • Each Mo 2:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Each Tu 2:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Each We 2:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Each Th 2:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Each Fr 8am to 11am

NOTE: Incoming Freshman Camp Sign Up info is different and can be found at the below link:
http://etfootball.etfootball.com/clubs/3375/pages/109164

Where They Are Now:

Posted by EL TORO FOOTBALL at Apr 28, 2017 12:44PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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El Toro Players From The Past: Still Excelling In All Things and Carrying Charger Tradition Forward

Conner Manning – El Toro QB – Class of 2013 – Currently Playing QB at Georgia St.

HIGH SCHOOL: Record-setting prep passer at El Toro High School in Southern California, where he threw for 9,449 career yards to rank second in Orange County history behind former USC quarterback Matt Barkley … Threw 88 career touchdown passes with just 26 interceptions … Set the Orange County season record with 4,219 yards passing as a junior in 2011, when he was Orange County Offensive Player of the Year, CIF Southwest division co-Offensive Player of the Year and Sky View League MVP … As a senior in 2012, he completed 65 percent of his pass attempts (319-of-490) for 4,062 yards and 41 TDs (10 interceptions) … Set the county’s single-game passing mark with 613 yards, along with seven touchdowns passes, that year vs. Valhalla High School … Added 1,168 yards passing with six touchdowns as a sophomore … First-team All-Orange County as a junior and senior … 2011 first-team Max Preps California Division II all-state and Cal Hi Sports first-team all-state underclassman … 2012 second-team Max Preps California Division I all-state … 2012 Rivals.com all-Southern section first team … Two-year team captain.

AT GEORGIA STATE: Starting quarterback who joined the program in 2016 as a graduate transfer Led the Sun Belt with 268.4 passing yards per game … Tied for second in the league with 16 touchdown passes (in 10 games) and second in total offense (268.1 pg) … Passed for 2,684 yards on 207-of-373 completions … Averaged 302.4 yards passing with 13 TD passes in his seven Sun Belt games, first in the league in both categories … Connected with five different receivers for 100-yard games (only one FBS team had more) … In the last three games (ULM, Georgia Southern and Idaho) after recovering from shoulder injury, he threw for 1006 yards and seven touchdowns while averaging 16.2 yards per completion.

Went 82 passes without an interception from the Ball State game until the Appalachian State game … Passed for 340 yards in win over Texas State with two touchdown passes and one touchdown rushing … Followed with career high 28 completions for 381 yards and three touchdowns at Troy. Against Arkansas State passed for 237 yards on 22 completions with one touchdown.

Passed for a career-high 422 yards and three TDs on just 19 completions vs. ULM, the second-highest single-game total in GSU history. Threw for 318 yards and accounted for three touchdowns in win over Georgia Southern. Had TD passes of 28 yards to Robert Davis and 15 yards to Glenn Smith and scored on a 1-yard run … Threw two TD passes at Idaho.

PERSONAL: Full name is Conner Stanley Manning … Son of Steve and Patty Manning … Born Sept. 11, 1994 … Brother Kyle played quarterback at Arkansas-Monticello and brother Chris played college baseball at Valparaiso … Earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Utah and is pursuing a master’s in sports administration at Georgia State.

Dominic Collins – El Toro WR: Class of 2014 – Currently playing WR at Missouri

A big-bodied, smooth athlete with a great blend of speed and size, the playmaking Collins comes to Mizzou after an impressive career at Saddleback Community College … Has three years to complete two years of eligibility at Mizzou … Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals … Was sensational at Saddleback, amassing 1,299 receiving yards in 13 games, scoring 14 touchdowns while averaging 99.9 yards per contest … Went over the 100-yard mark in seven of 13 games last season, including a career-best 197-yard performance with three scores in a 37-20 win over Riverside on Nov. 21 … Had three games with 10+ catches … Had five games with multiple touchdowns last season, including in each of the last three contests … Helped Saddleback to a 10-3 record on the year … Led Saddleback in catches, yards, scores, yards per catch and had the longest catch of the season (93 yards) last year as a sophomore … Named Saddleback Player of the Year in 2015 … Junior college coach: Mark McElroy … Had an outstanding high school career at El Toro High School under head coach Robert Frith … El Toro High School Athlete of the Year in 2013 … Set two Orange Country receiving records during his high school career … Finished his varsity career with 3,088 receiving yards and 35 receiving touchdowns, going over 1,000 yards in each of his final two seasons … Had 106 catches for 1,328 yards and 15 scores as a senior and 1,013 yards and 11 scores as a junior … As a sophomore, he caught 51 passes for 747 yards and nine scores … All-CIF honoree and an All-County and All-League selection as a senior at El Toro … Primary recruiter: Andy Hill … Cited his close relationship with Mizzou’s coaches as his primary reason for signing with Mizzou …Parents: Wayne Collins and Robbin Jones … Plans to enroll in Mizzou’s school of arts and sciences … Enjoys skateboarding and snowboarding and says he begins each day by reading in the morning …Chose Mizzou over Cal, Middle Tennessee and Utah.

River Simmons – El Toro DB: Class of 2016 – Currently playing DB at Doane

River Simmons, an El Toro fixture and lock-down cornerback, took his defensive prowess to the mid-west this past season. The Doane Tigers, led by their 10 year head coach Matt Franzen, signed River to board their program and have an impact in their secondary. Doane College is located in the heart of football county, Crete, Nebraska. During the 2015 season at El Toro, River helped lead a talented El Toro Defense, as he intercepted 7 passes including a pick 6 against rival Trabuco that went the length of the field, and another against East Lake of Chula Vista when he jumped a route and raced down the sideline for another score. River embodies all the traits of El Toro football and is carrying those traditions at Doane. High character, excels in the classroom, and exhibits honesty, integrity, and hard work in everything he does. The Tiger’s have a winner in River Simmons, and all of us in the Charger Nation are proud.