Westmont High School, July 18th, 2019 7:00 pm Kick-off

The very best graduating Seniors in the 46 Santa Clara County Schools battling in their last High School Game!











    Jame Lick   

    Kings Academy    


    Los Altos   


    Monta Vista  

    Mount Pleasant  

    Mountain View 


    Palo Alto

    Piedmont Hills  

    San Jose  

    Sant Clara  

    Silver Creek 

    Saint Francis 


    Yerba Buena      




    Andrew HIll 




    Del Mar






    Live Oak

    Los Gatos



    Oak Grove



    Santa Teresa



    Valley Christian


    Willow Glen



    North Head Coach

    Burt Codera

    Head  Football Coach of Santa Clara HS

    (remaining staff to be updated when available)

    South Head Coach

    Ajene Palmer

    Head Football Coach at Santa Teresa HS

    (remaining staff to be updated when available)

    Your 2019 Charlie Wedemeyer All Star TEAM Rosters!

    Congratulations North and South Team Members on your selection


    Ulysses Alvarado LB/RB Overfelt

    Preston Auger OL/DL Kings Academy

    Jordan Ausbie QB/DB Independence

    Matthew Azzopardi OL St Francis

    Hunter Bright OL Wilcox

    Alex Brzuela DE Wilcox

    Gilbert Buestamante OT Overfelt

    Ryan Cooper DB/WR Wilcox

    Richard Corona WR/DB Santa Clara

    Anthony Cruz OL/DL Monta Vista

    Noah Cruz DB/WR Mt Pleasant

    Alejandro Flores QB Silver Creek

    Gabriel Florez DB/RB Lincoln

    Jacob Frank OL Santa Clara

    Nick Garcia WR/K Santa Clara

    Tyson Garcia CB/RB Bellarmine

    Brent Grantham DE Lincoln

    Kevin Giffen DL/OL Palo Alto

    Gabe Herrera RB Wilcox

    Isaac Juarez RB Lincoln

    Jaremmy Kanongata'a OL/DL Independence

    Howard LeeMaster WR/RB Gunn

    Brandon Lowe WR/DB Piedmont Hills

    Alejandro Martinez DE/TE Lincoln

    Paterson Morris LB/OL Fremont

    Brian Nemedez DL/DE Evergreen Valley

    Dylan Oliver RB Independence

    Danny Olsen DB/HB Mountain View 

    Nnamdi Onilor WR Silver Creek

    Solomone Paletua LB/QB Gunn

    Isaac Passett DL/OL Wilcox

    Camrein Penn WR/CB James Lick

    Paul Phravixay WR Yerba Buena

    Gabriel Reclusado QB Piedmont Hills

    Noah Rodrigues DB Milpitas

    Bryant Rosas OL/DL San Jose

    Tyler St Laurent OL/DL Los Altos

    Harold (Tre) Trim LB/TE Silver Creek

    Itamar Zohar OL/DL Homestead         


    Jordan Amos OT Gilroy

    Joe Barnes RB/LB Gilroy

    Zayhaan Batlivala MLB/DE Lynbrook

    Patrick Benson FB/LB Los Gatos

    Laronn Chapman TE/WR Andrew Hill

    David Ciprian TE/WR Branham

    Hunter Cousens G/C/LS Live Oak

    Tyler Davis RB/SS Christopher

    Christian Davis WR/DB Christopher

    Temo Daza WR/DB Prospect

    Justin Dewitt DE/OLB Valley Christian

    Elijah Dominguez WR/RB/DB Oak Grove

    Borna Ebadat DE/DT/FB Leland

    Eric Elizondo RB/KR Leigh

    Hollis Ellis OL/DL Gunderson

    Nick Fernandez RB/WR/DE Sobrato

    Isaiah Fernandez RB Oak Grove

    Dylan Gonzalez DL/OT Pioneer

    Preston Gook WR/LB/HB Leland

    Michael Graham III CB/RB/KR Del Mar

    Jasiri Harvey CB/KR/PR Oak Grove

    Trent Huesby TE/OLB Los Gatos

    Owen Hugill ATH Del Mar

    Zeke Jasso LB/LS Andrew Hill

    Austin Jobe QB Pioneer

    D'von Lang HB/CB Valley Christian

    Devin Mather OL/DE Saratoga

    Devonte Matthew ILB/TE Pioneer

    Conor Messier WR/DB Prospect

    Stephen Neary LB/OL Willow Glenn

    Gabe Pulliam QB/FS Westmont

    Darshawn Roads DT/DE Andrew Hill

    Bobby Ruiz WR/DB Gunderson

    Thomas Sanders OL/DL Del Mar

    Jason Scrigione WR/DE Christopher

    Julian Simpson OL/DL Gunderson

    Jonathan Singleton QB Live Oak

    Darryn Snelgrove OL Valley Christian

    Jacob Soria ATH Willow Glen

    Nick Souza WR Santa Teresa

    Edgar Valencia RB/ILB Pioneer

    Stephen Vitek DE/OLB Santa Teresa

    Ayush Vyas C/G Harker

    JJ Wang RB/CB Saratoga

    Diego Zamora QB/WR/DB Cupertino


    About Us

    Wedemeyer Family Story



    Born in Hawaii, Charlie grew up youngest of nine children in a very athletic family. His talents on the football field awarded him scholarships to prestigious Punahou Academy and Michigan State University. Named "Prep Player of the Decade" in Hawaii and chosen to two college all star games, East-West Shrine Classic and the Hula Bowl, Charlie was content with his life. He was an outstanding athlete, had a wonderful family with his wife Lucy, daughter Carri, son Kale, and was a successful coach and teacher in Los Gatos. However, in 1977 his life was forever turned around. He was diagnosed with a terminal illness, ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease, and was given one or, at most, three years to live. The nerve cells that control the muscles were dying. The finely tuned athletic body was wasting away. There is no known cause or cure.

    "The scoreboard says Charlie Wedemeyer won't win this game. There's no chance for a comeback now, time is running out. There'll be no 'Hail Mary', no immaculate reception. The gun is ready, and when it goes off, death will remain undefeated," wrote one newswriter.

    Typical of Charlie's indomitable spirit, despite the impossible odds, he simply refused to give up and accept defeat. As the illness progressed, he could no longer walk, talk or breathe on his own, and he became totally dependent on a respirator. At one point, Charlie's physical body was ready to give up despite his determination. He realized he could no longer struggle and fight this alone without supernatural strength and support. He found this in a new personal relationship with God. Incredibly, by human standards, he was able to continue coaching; and in 1985, his Los Gatos Football Team won the Central Coast Section Championship with Lucy reading his lips and relaying instructions and plays to the assistant coaches and players.

    Coaches Against Cancer



    Coaches Against Cancer was founded in 2009 with the mission to raise money and support the research and fight against cancer.

    Since its inception, Coaches Against Cancer has raised and donated over $100,000 to the American Cancer and National Brain Tumor Societies and to the recently created "Dream Come True" program. We feel very proud of our accomplishments thus far, and have decided to continue with our recent "Dream Come True" success.

    The Coaches Against Cancer-“Dream Come True” program is not a novel concept, but one that we feel really makes a difference to those battling against cancer and to their families. Honoring the Make A Wish concept, we would like to connect with families that have been affected by cancer to find out if we can provide an experience that truly is a “Dream Come True”.

    While our funds are not unlimited, we feel that there will be opportunities when Coaches Against Cancer can help make a difference.

    In order to continue our recent success, we need your help! We need you to share this with friends and family as we look to identify those struggling with their fight against cancer.

    We are asking that you fill out this form sharing the story of your nominated person or family including ideas that will help make their "Dream Come True".

    Stories can be submitted on behalf of someone else or submitted by the person/family, directly.





    All Star Game History



    Some of the greats that have donned an all star jersey in this very special event are Doug Cosbie (Dallas Cowboys), John Tuggle (New York Giants), Jeff Garcia (SF 49ers), the late Pat Tillman (Arizona Cardinals), Trent Edwards (Buffalo Bills/Oakland Raiders +) and many, many more.

    There are 45 players on each team from 46 Bay Area schools, representing the very best players in the county. The 2019 South squad is led by Coach Ajene Palmer, Head Coach at Santa Teresa High School. Bert Cordero, Head Coach at Santa Clara High School, will take the reins for the North. This year’s Charlie Wedemeyer All Star Game will be played at Westmont High School on July 18, 2019.

    Jim Guido has been the lone game chairman of this event for 30+ years "To have seen all of the amazing young men compete in their last high school game over 4 decades has been an unbelievably rewarding experience. Having the game honor Charlie Wedemeyer since 1984 has been a very special part of this event. His story is something everyone should be inspired by." Charlie Wedemeyer was diagnosed with ALS as a young man and given a short time to live. 32 years later, he finally lost his battle. "Never has there been a man who embraced life in the face of extreme odds and positively affected millions of people like Charlie Wedemeyer" Guido remembers.

    Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the gate on game day, at the Almaden Barbers on Almaden Expressway in San Jose, and soon to be online. For more information on the coaching staff, rosters, and details please visit www.santaclaraallstar.com.

    Feel free to email Mike Carrozzo at 



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    Game Location-Westmont High School

    4805 Westmont Avenue, Campbell, California 95008, United States