January 19, 2012
Quarterback Mason Magleby of Del Oro transfers from Nevada to Sacramento State

Former Del Oro quarterback Mason Magleby has transferred from Nevada to Sacramento State, where he starts school on Monday.

Magleby completed his sophomore season with Nevada as the No. 3 quarterback. He passed for 109 yards this past season and four touchdowns with no interceptions. Magleby joins a Sac State program also deep in quarterback play, though Hornets coach Marshall Sperbeck invites position competition.

Magleby was a three-sport star at Del Oro, also in basketnball and baseball, where he was a Bee All-Metro pitcher and was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. In football, he helped the Golden Eagles win three consecutive SFL titles. He was a senior captian and team MVP in 2007, passing for 1,900 yards and rushing for 700.

In other Del Oro news: Del Oro senior tight end Tanner Huber will be a preferred walk on at BYU, where he reports in June. Huber was a key piece to Del Oro's Sierra Foothill League title team, one that went on to claim the program's eighth Sac-Joaquin Section championship with a Division III repeat and was the lone section team to play for a state title.

Also from Del Oro, Bee Defensive Player linebacker Alex Bertrando has accepted a scholarship to Nevada. He picked the Pack early in the season.

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