Athletics Updates

  • Update 8/24/22

    Franklin High School Day at the San Francisco 49ers game 10/23/22 vs. The Kansas City Chiefs at Levi's Stadium

    The 49ers are providing us this opportunity to fundraise for Franklin HS at this game.  Also, our students are fundraising to help themselves earn money towards going to the game and for their sports team. Buy Tickets and support us here

    49ers ticket purchase and game info flyer


    Update 8/17/22


    Franklin Athletics Fall Parent Meeting Presentation


    SUSD Code of Ethics Form

    Update 8/5/22

    Franklin Athletics would like to announce the kick off of our Fall sports season with our first Football and Volleyball home games on August 26th at the New Yellow Jackets Stadium and Gallagher Gym!


    8/26: We are inviting all alumni to attend and will be celebrating our Franklin Alumni

    Alumni Night Flyer

    Football at the new stadium -

    JV Game 5pm

    Alumni Ceremony 7pm

    Varsity Game 7:30pm

    Catch the game on The NFHS Network

    or Franklin Sports Media Youtube


    Volleyball at the Gallagher Gym -

    Girls Varsity 5pm vs. Mt. Edgecumbe Alaska

    Catch the game on The NFHS Network  

    22-23 school year all athletics tickets will be on sale through


    22-23 Football Schedule           


    22-23 Girls Volleyball Schedule  


    22-23 Girls Tennis Schedule


    22-23 Girls Golf Schedule


    22-23 Cross Country Schedule


    Fall Season Student Pass Now Available - Discounted Pricing for all games Click Here!


    Fall Season Adult Pass Now Available - Discounted Pricing for all games Click Here!



    Purchases will only be made online and a mobile ticket will gain entry to ALL Home events at Franklin HS.


    Get your Yellow Jackets tickets for all upcoming events:


    Update 8/3/22

    Registration for Cheer and Majorettes tryouts now open!! 

    Tryouts start the week of Aug. 15th

    Register for Cheer:

    Register for Majorettes:


    Cheer Tryout Flyer


    Majorettes Tryout Flyer


    Contact Coach Maria: 


    Update 7/29/22

    Welcome back to school Yellowjackets!

    Fall Team Tryouts and Locations:

    Football: Yellowjacket Stadium 4pm - Contact Coach King

    Girls Volleyball: Gallagher Gym 4pm - Contact Coach Tayco

    Girls Golf: Golf Room 3:30pm - Contact Coach Videtta

    Girls Tennis: Tennis Courts 3:30pm - Contact Coach Smith

    Cheer: Canopies 4pm - Contact Coach Maria

    Cross Country: Stadium 4pm - Contact Coach Ramirez 

    Other teams meeting in the Fall:

    Baseball: Contact Coach Piombo

    Boys Basketball: North Gym M,W,F 4pm - Contact Coach Fabian

    Girls Basketball: North Gym Tu,Th 4pm - Contact Coach Graham

    Girls Soccer: Stadium 4pm - Coach Gonzalez 


    Update 6/8/22

    Coach Gonzalez

    The Franklin Athletic Department is excited to announce the hiring of Varsity Girls Soccer Coach Adrian Gonzalez.  

    Mr. Gonzalez has had a strong passion for “the beautiful game” since he was a child. He brings 20 years of coaching experience to the Yellowjackets. He began in 1994 as a recreational coach and was able to advance his team to the state championships tournament in his first year as coach. While continuing to coach at the recreational level for four years he also coached his alma mater, Tennyson High School, for three years. In those three years he was able to start a JV program to help build the soccer program at Tennyson and also organized and coordinated tournaments for two of the three years as a fundraiser.

    While continuing to coach recreational league and high school, Adrian was introduced to the California Summer Olympics in 1995 (Now called Western States Police and Fire Games). This is an event which is similar to the Olympic games but is for law enforcement agents, firefighters, corrections officers, probation, border protection, immigration, customs and other agencies. He spent eight years with the Santa Clara County Department of Corrections then eight years with the Oakland Police Department as a soccer coach. The level of play is equivalent to Men’s 2nd division play, similar to today’s National Soccer League. His teams were able to win multiple gold, silver and bronze medals over the 16 years he was coach.

    Adrian holds a National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (Now United Soccer Coaches). He has attended several coaching clinics over the years including NorCal AFC Fiorentina Basic Course, NorCal AFC Fiorentina Advanced Course, NorCal International Coaching Clinic (Brazil, Portugal, Holland). Adrian has a Bachelor’s Degree from DeVry Institute of Technology (Now DeVry University), a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from Grand Canyon University and is CTE credentialed in Information Communication and Technologies as well as Business and Finance.


    Update 5/12/22

    Coach Piombo

    The Franklin Athletic Department is excited to announce the hiring of Varsity Head Baseball Coach Joe Piombo.  Coach Piombo is finishing his season with the Delta College baseball program as they are currently in the playoffs, and he will take over the Franklin baseball program after finishing this season at Delta. Coach Piombo coached four seasons with the Mustangs. He has coached baseball at Lincoln, St. Mary’s, Amador, Bear Creek, and Linden High Schools where he served as Head Coach from 2009-13. Joe was voted Mother Lode League Coach of the Year three times in a span of 5 years. His teams still hold a record of 38 consecutive league wins without a loss. Joe also served as the North coach for the United Way Baseball Classic 5 times. In over 30 years of coaching, Joe has produced many players who have played collegially and professional baseball. Joe coached N.Y. Yankees star outfielder Aaron Judge for 3 of his 4 years of high school at Linden.

    Joe played locally at Stagg High School where he was all S.J.A.A. as an infielder. He then played for Pat Doyle at Delta, and was on the 1980 team with his brother Chris who is also a Delta assistant coach. That team took 4th at the Elite 8 State Tournament. Joe received Freshman Player of the Year Award after hitting .390 that season. His second year at Delta he was selected all Camino Norte Conference as an outfielder. Joe then accepted a scholarship to Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Ca. Joe received his A.A. degree from Delta where he met his wife Kellie of 38 years. Joe also received his B.S. from the University of the Pacific, a teaching credential/administrative credential, and a Master’s in Educational Administration from California Coast University. Joe teaches P.E. and Leadership for Stockton Unified School District where he also serves as a Mentor Teacher for those new to the teaching profession. The Piombo’s have two boys, and two grandchildren.



    Update 11/3/21

    Attention all Franklin Students:

    Athletics and Cheer are looking for the next BUZZ our school mascot Yellowjacket!! Do you have what it takes??



    Contact Coach Maria: 





    Dear Parents,

    The SUSD Athletic Department is encouraging student athletes to get the COVID-19 vaccine.  The information below will assist you and your child in making an informed vaccination decision.  Click on the links in the document below for more information on the COVID-19 vaccine.  One of the major advantages of getting the vaccine is that fully vaccinated athletes do not need to quarantine from school and sports if exposed to the virus, unless they are experiencing symptoms. 


    Thank you for your consideration,

    SUSD Athletics


    How to talk to your child about the COVID-19 vaccination

    1. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
    2. Everyone 12 years of age and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination
    3. There are several places to find a COVID-19 vaccine.
    4. You may have side effects after vaccination, but these are normal.
    5. It typically takes 2 weeks after vaccination for the body to build protection (immunity) against the virus that causes COVID-19. You are not fully vaccinated until 2 weeks after the second dose of a two-dose vaccine or 2 weeks after a one-dose vaccine.
    6. People who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic.

    Answering Questions

    Why Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

    There are many reasons to get vaccinated, including protecting your health and getting back to the moments we miss. 

    Benefits of Getting Vaccinated

    • COVID-19 vaccination will help keep you from getting COVID-19.
    • COVID-19 vaccination is a safe way to help build protection.
    • COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help us get back to the moments we miss.

    When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated

    Once you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic:

    • You can resume some indoor and outdoor activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by school district, federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, rules and regulations including local business and workplace guidance.
    • If you travel in the United States, you do not need to get tested before or after travel or self-quarantine after travel.
    • If you’ve been around someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay away from others or get tested unless you have symptoms.




    Update 5/1/21

    May YellowJackets Sideline Store Promo

    May Promo  

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    Athletic Department:   John Bava - Athletic Director

    Email: John Bava

    Phone: 209-933-7435 ext. 8305

    Twitter: @hive_athletics

    Instagram: Fhsjackets_athletics

    Snapchat: fhs_jackets

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  • Non-Discrimination Statement

    Stockton Unified School District prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment), and bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, immigration status, nationality, race or ethnicity, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, sex, sexual orientation; a perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. If you believe you, or your student, have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying you should contact your school site principal and/or:

    • the District’s Title IX Coordinator, Enrique Torres, Legal Compliance Specialist by phone at (209) 933-7000 ext. 2195, by email at, or in person at 701 N. Madison St., Stockton, CA 95202.

    • the District’s Equity Compliance Officer, Dr. Israel Gonzalez by phone at (209) 933-7040 ext. 2729, by email at, or in person at 701 N. Madison St., Stockton, CA 95202.

    • Section 504 Coordinator, Jennifer Robles by phone at (209) 933-7130 ext. 2617, by email at, or in person at 1144 E. Channel St., Stockton, CA 95205.


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  • Franklin Athletics No Go Policy for Student Athletes

    Update 4-11-22

    Franklin Athletics No Go Policy

    Franklin Athletics will be enforcing the No Go list starting with the first spring sports contest.  Below are the parameters of the No Go list and how to be removed from it: 

    Students at Franklin HS can be put on a No-Go list for numerous reasons including, but not limited to: tardies, mis-behavior, defiance, etc.

    Once the student has been put on the No Go list, here is the process:


    • First occurrence – example( tardiness, skipping class, unacceptable behavior)- - can participate in practice, however, can’t participate in games. This includes dressing out and sitting on the team bench. During the Student/Athletes three-day clearing process (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday), students will be able to attend games when all detentions or community services assigned are completed.
    • Second occurrence-example (Chronic tardiness, chronic skipping class, chronic unacceptable behavior). Students/Athletes - will not be able to practice, suspended two game/meet/event suspension, and  Referred to Counselor for further added intervention
    • Third Occurrence – example (Chronic tardiness, chronic skipping class, chronic unacceptable behavior Student/Athlete-will be scheduled a Parent Conference with Athletic Administrator and placed on Athletic probation.
    • Fourth Occurrence – Student/Athlete will be terminated from their respective team roster and participation privileges from the Student/Athlete Athletic department Program. Parents/Guardians will be given notification.


    Franklin Athletics Events NO GO List (Updated 9-7-22)




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  • Registration for 2022-2023 Franklin Athletics

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  • Registration for 2022-2023 Franklin Cheerleading

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  • Registration for 2022-2023 Franklin Majorettes

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