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2019 Cerritos College Football Roster Assistant Coaches: Tom Caines (tcaines@cerritos.edu), Frank Montera, Phil Garcia, Justin Caines, Cliff Parks. Previous College: University of Texas-El Paso. Bio. Now in his fourth year on the coaching staff, Jermaine Lewis works with the tight ends. This is his second stint on the staff, as he served as a wide receivers coach.

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Beginning his third season as the head coach, Dean Grosfeld as led the Falcons to two straight postseason bowl wins and a pair of 7-4 records. He capped off the 2019 season with a thrilling 46-39 win over Ventura College in the Joe Kapp Real Estate Beach Bowl, while 2018 saw the Falcons post a 21-9 win over Golden West College in the Southern California Bowl. In his first season, Grosfeld also coached the nation’s leading community college rusher in Rhamondre Stevenson, who ended up signing with the University of Oklahoma. Along with serving as the head coach, Grosfeld is also the team's Offensive Coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

An assistant coach from 1994-2017, Grosfeld has also served as the team’s offensive coordinator for the last 13 years, along with his assignment as the quarterback coach. A former Falcon player in 1990-91, cerritos college football coaches, Grosfeld was a record-setting Falcon quarterback who has great knowledge of the game. He turned down a graduate assistant position at Utah State University after his two seasons with the Aggies to come home and work with the Falcon quarterbacks. He still holds the single-game record for most passing yards in a game (388 vs. Mt. San Antonio in 1991).

In his time with the Falcons, Grosfeld has sent 16 quarterbacks to the next level, including TJ McMahon, who signed with Rice University after a very successful freshman season. Also on the list includes Isaiah Braco (University of Texas, El Paso; 2018), Nick Mitchell (Southern Oregon University; 2016), Daniel Freeman (Humboldt State University; 2016), Jimmy Walker (Robert Morris University; 2015); Cody Clements (University of South Alabama; cerritos college football coaches, BJ Denker (University of Arizona; 2011); Jeff Fischer (Utah State University; 2008), AJ Toscano (Charleston Southern University; 2007), Chad Manis (University of Utah; 2006), Kevin Brown (San Joe State University; 2004), Michael Keeling (Eastern Illinois University; 2003), cerritos college football coaches, Mike Harrison (Louisiana State University; 2003), Doug Baughman (Idano State University; 2000), Ryan Matthews (West Texas A&M University; 1998) and Gary Thomas (West Texas A&M University; 1996).

Baughman went on to sign a free agent contract in the National Football League in 2002, whie Denker was the starter at Arizona and is now their Offensive Analyst. Fischer returned to the Falcons and served as the team’s tight end coach until being hired to serve as the Offensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator at Ventura College.

Grosfeld, a local product from St. John Bosco High School, was a wide receiver that played in the CIF Championship game at Angel Stadium in his sophomore season. He moved to quarterback his junior season and was named his team's captain, and threw for 460 yards against Long Beach Poly. He earned All-Del Rey League honors while receiving his team's Coaches Award and was their captain.

After high school, Grosfeld came to Cerritos, where he set the school's single-season passing record at 1,917 yards (since broken). Playing on the 1991 Mission Conference Championship team, Grosfeld was named All-Mission Conference as well as earning the team's Captain Award and Offensive BYA of the Year Award. After Cerritos, Grosfeld earned a scholarship to Utah State University, where he was their captain and guided his team to the the Big West Championship and won the Silver Bowl.

Grosfeld earned cerritos college football coaches Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science, along with a minor in Health from Utah State University in 1994. He went on to complete his Master's degree from Azusa Pacific University in Education and Physical Education in 1996. Grosfeld is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Southern California Coaches Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Grosfeld, who also spent five spring semesters as college’s interim Athletic Director/Coordinator, is a full-time instructor on campus, teaching Health and Physical Education classes. Grosfeld, 50, and his wife of 17 years, Kristy have two children, Chase Stephen (16) and Shelbie Autumn (14). Grosfeld and his family reside in Cypress.

DEAN GROSFELD SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORD
YEARRECORDCONFERENCEPOST-SEASON
20187-4Tied 2nd Place (Central Division)Won Southern California Bowl
20197-4Tied 2nd Place (Central Division)Won Joe Kapp Real Estate Beach Bowl
2020 No season held due to Covid-19 
TOTALS14-8  
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Starting his fourth season on the staff is former Cerritos player Eric Russell, who was a two-time 1st Team All-Conference selection from 2008-09 at free safety. During his time with the Falcons, Russell was named the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Back two seasons in a row, while earned the team’s Most Valuable Player and Defensive Most Valuable Player awards as a sophomore. He was cerritos college football coaches voted the team’s Freshman of the Year in his first season.

In addition to being the team’s top player in the secondary, Russell was also the team’s top returner and returned a kickoff (85 yards vs. Chaffey) and punt (78 yards vs. El Camino) in 2009, while he finished his career with seven kickoff returns over 50 yards. He amassed 150 kickoff return yards against Palomar College as a freshman and recorded 129 kickoff return yards as a sophomore against Ventura. He helped the team advance to a post-season bowl game in both of his seasons.

After being heavily recruited, Russell then transferred to Middle Tennessee State University, where he was named 1st Team All-Sunbelt Conference as both a safety and kick returner. As a senior, he brought back 43 kickoffs for 892 yards and 15 punts for 143 yards. In his junior year, Russell amassed 842 kickoff return yards, including a 97-yard touchdown and returned 24 punt returns for 163 yards.

As a prep player at Gahr High, Russell was named 1st Team Press Telegram Dream Team, as well as the Area Most Valuable Player and 1st Team All-San Gabriel Valley League his senior season.

Cerritos college football coaches, 30, graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. He and his wife Ena reside in Cerritos with their two children, Elijah (7) and Eris (2).

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Back in 2013, Anthony Carrion was a 2nd Team all-conference linebacker for the Falcons and is now set to start his third year as as member of the coaching staff. In his first two seasons, cerritos college football coaches, he served as the defensive ends coach and is assuming the linebackers coaching duties, along with serving as the social media coordinator. In his sophomore year with Cerritos, Carrion finished third on the team with 48 tackles with 4½ tackles for loss and a pair of quarterback sacks. He then accepted a scholarship to Rocky Mountain College in Montana, where, as a junior, he was third on their team with 46 tackles and returned a fumble ballarat football league clearances yards for a touchdown. Carrion also caught a pair of passes for 17 yards and a touchdown. Injuries limited him to just one game his senior year.

Carrion joined the Battlin’ Bears coaching staff as their tight ends and fullbacks coach for two seasons, cerritos college football coaches. A graduate of St. John Bosco High, Carrion recorded 55 tackles as a senior and led the Trinity League in quarterback sacks. Additionally, he was a member of the baseball team.

Carrion earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from Rocky Mountain College in 2017. Carrion, cerritos college football coaches, 27, is single and lives in Bellflower.

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Now in his fourth season as the team's passing game coordinator and working with both the wide receivers and tight ends is former Cerritos College all-conference quarterback Jeffrey Fischer. From 2007-08, Fischer was a member of the Falcons and earned 2nd Team All-National Division Central Conference honors as a sophomore after completing 180-of-282 passes for 2,063 yards, with 23 touchdowns and only four interceptions. His .638 completion percentage still cerritos college football coaches as a school record, as do his 180 completions in a season. At the time of his sophomore year, cerritos college football coaches, the 2,063 passing yards ranked as the second most in a season, but are now the fifth most.

After his sophomore year with the Falcons, Fischer earned a scholarship to Utah State University. As a junior for the Aggies, Fischer saw action in one game, cerritos college football coaches, while his senior year of 2010 was shortened by a shoulder injury he sustained during preseason camp and did not see any action. He moved from the field to the coaching staff in 2011, and served as a student assistant working with the offense and with the quarterbacks. Fischer did not coach in 2012.

A cerritos college football coaches of Lakewood High, Fischer was a Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete as a senior and was selected to the Press Telegram Dream Team and named the Moore League Player of the Year his senior season. That year, he passed for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns and was a four-year letterman in football and three years on the baseball team. In his senior year, Fischer was a member of the Lakewood High CIF Division I championship baseball team.

Fischer earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education from Utah State University in 2011, while he finished his Master’s degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Emporia State University in 2013. In the fall of 2014, Fischer was honored as the college’s Part-Time Faculty Member of the Year.

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Women's Track & Field

Now in his 22nd season as the Falcons women’s track and field coach and men’s assistant coach, Michael Allen added his eighth state championship to his resume, as the Falcons won the 2019 title, cerritos college football coaches, their fourth in the last five years. They missed out on their fourth in a row in 2018, as they finished in second place. Allen has now guided eight teams in the last 14 years to the state championship, including seven of the last 11 years. Although they had their streak of five straight Southern California Championship end in 2018, they rebounded in 2019 to win the title again. In 2012, Allen and the women’s team finished in a tie for second place at the state championships, while winning the Southern California Championship. In his 21 seasons, Michael Allen has coached 43 individual state champions. With each state title in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019, Allen was named the state’s Women’s Coach of the Year. In his tenure as the women’s track and field head coach, Allen has led his teams to three second place finishes at the State Championships as well as three third places, two fourth places, and two fifth place finishes to go along with the eight state titles. In his first year at the Norwalk campus, Allen also served as one of the defensive line coaches on the football team.

There have been 52 new school records broken during Allen’s tenure, including April Brown, who became just the second person to win the 100-meters at the State Championships two seasons in a row back in 2002-03. In addition, Allen has coached 115 South Coast Conference individual champions in the last 11 seasons, won the conference nine times and Southern California Championship 10 times in the last 13 years. Along with the other accomplishments, 107 of the 120 different running and field marks in the school’s all-time top five have come during Allen’s time.

Allen came to Cerritos after spending eight years (1991-98) at Banning High, where he helped lead the Pilots to the 1991 LA City Championship. Prior to coaching at Banning, Allen coached at Los Angeles Harbor College from 1980-87 and guided them to five Western State Conference championships and a 45-0 dual meet record.

Allen, who was an All-Marine League selection in football and track and field at Banning High, was also a two-time All-Conference selection in both sports at LA Harbor. Allen went on to earn All-Conference honors for two years at Long Beach State, while he also qualified for the NCAA Championships two years in a row. Allen earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Long Beach State and also works full-time for the County of Los Angeles Probation Department.

Allen and his wife Vicki and one child (Aja) and live in Long Beach.

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Cerritos College Athletics

Head Coach: Dean Grosfeld - Ext. 2888
Email:sgrosfeld@cerritos.edu
Assistant Coaches: Tom Caines (tcaines@cerritos.edu), Frank Montera, Phil Garcia, Justin Caines, Cliff Parks, Adam Cox, Anthony Carrion, Eric Russell, 
Davy Gnodle, Manuel Gomez, James Heggins, Tonny Lindsey
Equiment Manager: Refugio Estrada - Ext. 5046 (restrada@cerritos.edu)
Team Manager: Russell Kinder
Dean of Athletics: Rory Natividad - Ext. 2863
Athletic Director: Maria Castro - Ext. 2862
Athletic Trainers: Brian Cable - Ext. 2884 & Monica Cordova - Ext. 2882
Sports Information Director: John Van Gaston - Ext. 2896
Nickname: Falcons
Colors: Royal Blue & White
Website: www.cerritosfalcons.com

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Now in his fourth year on the coaching staff, Jermaine Lewis works with the tight ends. Lewis has spent most of his coaching with minor league arena football league teams, which includes stints with the Las Vegas Cobras as their offensive coordinator and special teams coach. He also served as the receivers coach and special teams coach with the Nevada Lynx of the minor league arena football league and as a wide receivers coach at Coronado (NV) High School.

After a playing career that included prepping at Westchester High, where he was a Blue Chip All-Western region and All-City 4A running back, as well as a sprinters on the track and field team. He then transferred to the University of Texas-El Paso after two seasons at Los Angeles Southwest College.

Lewis went on to play seven years in the National Indoor Football League for the Louisiana Rangers, Rapid City Red Dogs, El Paso Rumble, Lubbock Engineers and Ohio Valley Greyhounds of the Indoor Football League. Lewis credits his coach with the El Paso Rumble, Arena Football Hall of Famer George LaFrance, for teaching him how to be a better receiver, which has carried over into his coaching career.

Lewis, 44, has a nine-year old son, Jermaine, Jr, who is a running back for the Los Alamitos Griffins Pop Warner Football team. They reside in Paramount.

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Now in his fourth season as the team's passing game coordinator and working with both the wide receivers and tight ends is former Cerritos College all-conference quarterback Jeffrey Fischer. From 2007-08, Fischer was a member of the Falcons and earned 2nd Team All-National Division Central Conference honors as a sophomore after completing 180-of-282 passes for 2,063 yards, with 23 touchdowns and only four interceptions. His .638 completion percentage still stands as a school record, as do his 180 completions in a season. At the time of his sophomore year, the 2,063 passing yards ranked as the second most in a season, but are now the fifth most.

After his sophomore year with the Falcons, Fischer earned a scholarship to Utah State University. As a junior for the Aggies, Fischer saw action in one game, while his senior year of 2010 was shortened by a shoulder injury he sustained during preseason camp and did not see any action. He moved from the field to the coaching staff in 2011, and served as a student assistant working with the offense and with the quarterbacks. Fischer did not coach in 2012.

A graduate of Lakewood High, Fischer was a Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete as a senior and was selected to the Press Telegram Dream Team and named the Moore League Player of the Year his senior season. That year, he passed for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns and was a four-year letterman in football and three years on the baseball team. In his senior year, Fischer was a member of the Lakewood High CIF Division I championship baseball team.

Fischer earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education from Utah State University in 2011, while he finished his Master’s degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Emporia State University in 2013. In the fall of 2014, Fischer was honored as the college’s Part-Time Faculty Member of the Year.

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Entering his third season (sixth overall) in a multi-functioning role, Cliff Parks will serve as the team’s head of student success, offensive quality control coach and wide receivers coach. This is his second stint on the staff, as he served as a wide receivers coach from 1997-99. A record-breaking wide receiver for the Falcons, Parks still holds the record for most receiving yards in a game (234), which he accomplished in 10 receptions against Mt. San Antonio College in 1991. He finished the year with 686 receiving yards and was a 1st Team all-conference selection, while also being voted Most Outstanding Offensive Back, Most Improved Player and Most Inspirational Player by his teammates.

Parks transferred to Louisiana Tech University and was a 2nd Team all-conference selection, while garnering the Coaches Award and was their captain. A graduate of Paramount High, where he was a 1st Team all-league pick, and also was their Most Inspirational Player and captain. He also served as the freshman basketball coach at Paramount High from 1997-98 and led them to an 18-2 record.

Parks earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Louisiana Tech University in 1994 and went on to earn his Master of Science degree in Counseling from LaVerne University in 2003.

Park has also served as the Director of High School Programs for Scholar Baller and Director of Athletes at Think Initiative.

His son C.J. (20), was a two-year starting wide receiver for the Falcons and signed a National Letter of Intent with Eastern Michigan University, while he also has a daughter, Sahmia (28).

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Beginning his third season as the head coach, Dean Grosfeld as led the Falcons to two straight postseason bowl wins and a pair of 7-4 records. He capped off the 2019 season with a thrilling 46-39 win over Ventura College in the Joe Kapp Real Estate Beach Bowl, while 2018 saw the Falcons post a 21-9 win over Golden West College in the Southern California Bowl. In his first season, Grosfeld also coached the nation’s leading community college rusher in Rhamondre Stevenson, who ended up signing with the University of Oklahoma. Along with serving as the head coach, Grosfeld is also the team's Offensive Coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

An assistant coach from 1994-2017, Grosfeld has also served as the team’s offensive coordinator for the last 13 years, along with his assignment as the quarterback coach. A former Falcon player in 1990-91, Grosfeld was a record-setting Falcon quarterback who has great knowledge of the game. He turned down a graduate assistant position at Utah State University after his two seasons with the Aggies to come home and work with the Falcon quarterbacks. He still holds the single-game record for most passing yards in a game (388 vs. Mt. San Antonio in 1991).

In his time with the Falcons, Grosfeld has sent 16 quarterbacks to the next level, including TJ McMahon, who signed with Rice University after a very successful freshman season. Also on the list includes Isaiah Braco (University of Texas, El Paso; 2018), Nick Mitchell (Southern Oregon University; 2016), Daniel Freeman (Humboldt State University; 2016), Jimmy Walker (Robert Morris University; 2015); Cody Clements (University of South Alabama; 2013), BJ Denker (University of Arizona; 2011); Jeff Fischer (Utah State University; 2008), AJ Toscano (Charleston Southern University; 2007), Chad Manis (University of Utah; 2006), Kevin Brown (San Joe State University; 2004), Michael Keeling (Eastern Illinois University; 2003), Mike Harrison (Louisiana State University; 2003), Doug Baughman (Idano State University; 2000), Ryan Matthews (West Texas A&M University; 1998) and Gary Thomas (West Texas A&M University; 1996).

Baughman went on to sign a free agent contract in the National Football League in 2002, whie Denker was the starter at Arizona and is now their Offensive Analyst. Fischer returned to the Falcons and served as the team’s tight end coach until being hired to serve as the Offensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator at Ventura College.

Grosfeld, a local product from St. John Bosco High School, was a wide receiver that played in the CIF Championship game at Angel Stadium in his sophomore season. He moved to quarterback his junior season and was named his team's captain, and threw for 460 yards against Long Beach Poly. He earned All-Del Rey League honors while receiving his team's Coaches Award and was their captain.

After high school, Grosfeld came to Cerritos, where he set the school's single-season passing record at 1,917 yards (since broken). Playing on the 1991 Mission Conference Championship team, Grosfeld was named All-Mission Conference as well as earning the team's Captain Award and Offensive BYA of the Year Award. After Cerritos, Grosfeld earned a scholarship to Utah State University, where he was their captain and guided his team to the the Big West Championship and won the Silver Bowl.

Grosfeld earned his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science, along with a minor in Health from Utah State University in 1994. He went on to complete his Master's degree from Azusa Pacific University in Education and Physical Education in 1996. Grosfeld is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Southern California Coaches Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Grosfeld, who also spent five spring semesters as college’s interim Athletic Director/Coordinator, is a full-time instructor on campus, teaching Health and Physical Education classes. Grosfeld, 50, and his wife of 17 years, Kristy have two children, Chase Stephen (16) and Shelbie Autumn (14). Grosfeld and his family reside in Cypress.

DEAN GROSFELD SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORD
YEARRECORDCONFERENCEPOST-SEASON
20187-4Tied 2nd Place (Central Division)Won Southern California Bowl
20197-4Tied 2nd Place (Central Division)Won Joe Kapp Real Estate Beach Bowl
2020 No season held due to Covid-19 
TOTALS14-8  
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After serving as the offensive coordinator and offensive backs coaching roles from 1972-2002, Montera is back for his sixth season (37th overall) on the staff and will work with the running backs, while also assistant as a quarterbacks coach and kicking specialist coach. He spent the 2015-16 seasons working with the secondary and has served in many different roles during his time with the Falcons. During his first stint with Cerritos, Montera was also an instructor in the Physical Education and Math departments, while also spending time as the division’s Athletic Coordinator before retiring from teaching.

Back in 2018, Montera was inducted into the California Community College Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

Montera started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at the University of Colorado before moving to Downey High as an assistant football and junior varsity baseball coach for two seasons. He then coached at El Rancho High for two years and was an assistant football coach and physical education instructor at Santa Monica College from 1968-72 before coming to Cerritos. Montera also spent time as the Falcons golf coach. From the time he left Cerritos the first time until his return, Montera was an assistant coach at Mayfair High for 12 years.

While a student at Trinidad High in Colorado, Montera was a quarterback and defensive back and earned a scholarship to the University of Colorado. He was a three-year performer and quarterback for the Buffaloes, which included playing in the 1962 Orange Bowl, while also playing baseball.

Montera received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Colorado with a minor in Physical Education in 1962, and went on to earn his Master’s of Education degree from Whittier College in Education in 1970.

His youngest son, Peter (49) was a quarterback for the Falcons during the 1989-90 seasons and is now an assistant football coach at Mayfair High. Montera has two other children, Kris (56), who was a gymnast at UCLA, and Dennis (54), who was accepted into the Air Force Academy. Montera, 80, and his wife Kendel have been married for 57 years and reside in La Palma.

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Back in 2013, Anthony Carrion was a 2nd Team all-conference linebacker for the Falcons and is now set to start his third year as as member of the coaching staff. In his first two seasons, he served as the defensive ends coach and is assuming the linebackers coaching duties, along with serving as the social media coordinator. In his sophomore year with Cerritos, Carrion finished third on the team with 48 tackles with 4½ tackles for loss and a pair of quarterback sacks. He then accepted a scholarship to Rocky Mountain College in Montana, where, as a junior, he was third on their team with 46 tackles and returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown. Carrion also caught a pair of passes for 17 yards and a touchdown. Injuries limited him to just one game his senior year.

Carrion joined the Battlin’ Bears coaching staff as their tight ends and fullbacks coach for two seasons. A graduate of St. John Bosco High, Carrion recorded 55 tackles as a senior and led the Trinity League in quarterback sacks. Additionally, he was a member of the baseball team.

Carrion earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from Rocky Mountain College in 2017. Carrion, 27, is single and lives in Bellflower.

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