Make-Up Athletic Physicals

Parents and Athletes: in case you missed athletic physicals last Saturday, you can still have one done at the following location:

Maria Theresa O. Villa, M.D.
655 Saturn Blvd. Suite J
San Diego, CA 92154
619 575-4442

Cost is only $25 for MOH students. You must tell the office manager that you are an MOH student to get the $25 fee.

Remember, in order to participate in athletics for the upcoming school year, all student athletes must have a current athletic physical completed. You must use the most updated copy of our physical form, filled out and signed by a parent in order to complete your physical (click here to download it).

Football Parent Mtg.- Thurs, 7/26

Attention all Football Parents- there will be a meeting for all parents of incoming 9th grade through 12th grade football players this Thursday July 26th at 6:45pm in room 602/604. Important info will be discussed and handed out. This will also a great opportunity for you to meet Coach Dunkle and the new Coaching Staff. See you then!!!

Freshman Orientation Day @ MOH- This Tuesday, July 17th!!

Attention all incoming freshman—don’t forget this Tuesday, July 17th is Freshman Orientation Day @ Montgomery HS !!! Please arrive at school by 8:45 am. We will begin our program in the New Gym at 9:00 am and will end by 11:00 am. Our ASB students and cheerleaders will be at the front of the school to show you where to go once you arrive on campus. Aztec Spirit Packages will be on sale in the ASB Office. See you on Tuesday!!

Aztec Spirit Package flyer- 7-17-18

Update on Graduation Photos

Here are some updates re: photos taken at the June Graduation by Grad Images:

  • Photo proofs have already been sent. Each graduate for whom we had an email and/or mailing address should have received a copy of his/her proofs.
  • Information for your graduates: If you have any questions re: graduation photos,  you can simply call their Customer Service Department at (800) 261-2576, online at gradimages.com, or email giservice@gradimages.net.

Montgomery wins SoCal Regional D-III boys volleyball title

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Montgomery wins SoCal Regional D-III boys volleyball title

Oscar Terrones

The postseason has been sweet for the Montgomery High boys volleyball team.

After finishing in third place in the Metro Mesa League, the Aztecs have been on cruise control.

Montgomery defeated host Murrieta Valley 25-17, 28-26, 25-3 on Saturday to win the Southern California Regional Division III championship.

The Aztecs’ latest victory came after a win in the regional quarterfinals over Madison and a triumph in the semifinals over Pomona Diamond Ranch. All of that earned No. 2 Montgomery (26-6) a trip to Riverside County to face top-seeded Murrieta Valley.

A week earlier, the Aztecs won their first San Diego Section title under coach Debbie Isaia, who is in her eighth season guiding the program.

“It’s the first (SoCal) championship ever at Montgomery. We made history again,” Isaia said. “I’m just so thankful and blessed to be a part of this community. I’m honored and humbled. I don’t have any words.”

Senior captains Trevor Jurlina had 13 kills and Jesus Rodriguez had 18 kills.

Montgomery stays on a roll in SoCal Regional boys volleyball

Montgomery stays on a roll in SoCal Regional boys volleyball

The Division II champs proved to have more weapons as the host Aztecs advanced to the SoCal Regional semifinals with a 25-16, 25-16, 20-25, 25-15 victory over Division IV champion Madison on Tuesday night.

Second-seeded Montgomery (24-6) will host No. 3 Pomona Diamond Ranch in Division III at 7 p.m. Thursday.

“This is priceless, it’s icing on the cake, that’s exactly what this is,” said Montgomery coach Deborah Isaia. “This is something we’ve never experienced before so everyone is really excited. It’s nice to do it in front of our fans.”

The Aztecs controlled the match early, running out to victories in the first two sets.

“The start was very important. It set the momentum for the whole night,” said senior Trevor Jurlina, who led all players with 21 kills.

In the third set, Davon Lampkin (13 kills, 3 blocks) and Spencer Dowda (9 kills, 2 blocks) heated up for the No. 7 Warhawks as they clawed back into the match.

In the fourth set, however, the Aztecs raced out to an 11-3 lead and never looked back.

Montgomery’s service game was a big difference, holding a 17-0 advantage in aces over the Warhawks.

“We practice our serving a lot,” said Jurlina, who registered four of those aces. “We must spend at least an hour out of our three-hour practice every day.”

Jesus Rodriguez added 11 kills and four aces and Rene Vela also had four aces for the winners.