Chasing team goals

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Coach Isaac (3rd from the right) poses with the varsity coaching staff. | Jesuit Communications

Jack Faust, Nolan Kincaid, and Cormac O'Flaherty

Coach Isaac is a very big 49ers fan. He uses the same defense the 49ers had in the 80’s for Jesuit High School’s football team.  

Coach Isaac always has loved football; he has been playing it since he was a kid. He played in high school, but he lost connection with football at college. That’s when he started coaching football at the age of 21. Coach Isaac has coached on ESPN once when he was coaching at a different high school, and has coached at the new 49ers stadium.

He chose Jesuit because it is a Catholic school and he thinks the boys are more focused and respectful.

As a coach, he considers his worst loss to be when Jesuit played Tracy High School two years ago in the semifinals. Jesuit lost by two touchdowns which were not fun to give up,. Coach Isaac’s best win was against Grant High School.

”Not just because we beat Grant, but because my team gave it all and we were exhausted after the game,” Coach Isaac explained.

His goal for each season is always to win the state championship or to win the section championship.

“I would like to bring a state championship home,” Coach Isaac said.