- Varsity Letterman (9,10,11,12)
- 1st Team Harbor League (11)
- 1st Team Western League (12)
- 1st Team CIF (11)
- All-State Underclassman (11)
- CIF Player of the Year (12)
- Union Tribune Player of the Year (12)
- McDonalds All-American Game participant (12)
- Cal-Hi All State Team (11,12)
- Lettered three times (95-96, 96-97, 97-98)
- Set UCLA season field goal shooting record of .756 (96-97)
- Averaged 6.7 rebounds and 10.4 points per game.
- In 1998 became the career leader in blocked shots.
- Drafted 33rd overall by Seattle Supersonics
- Played 7 seasons in the NBA for Seattle, Los Angeles, Toronto, Cleveland, and Atlanta. (1998-2005)
- 2002 Laker team won the NBA title.
- Played one season in Italy (07), two in China (09-10) and one in Spain (10)
- Career stats of 1.5 points and 2.4 rebounds per game.
- In 1995 was featured in Sports Illustrated “Faces in the Crowd.”
- In his sophomore year at UCLA, he set a school record for field goal percentage at 75.6% and still holds the career record for shooting percentage at 69.4%
- Jelani holds the record for most blocked shots in a season and most in a career at UCLA with 188.
- After his junior year he was drafted in the second round by the Seattle Supersonics and played 8 seasons in the NBA with the Sonics, Raptors, Nuggets, Cavaliers, Hawks, and Lakers- winning the NBA Championship in 2002.
- He has continued to play professionally in Italy, The Ukraine, Spain and China.
- Varsity letterman football (9,10,11) Injured in car accident- unable to play (12)
- 1st Team Eastern League (11)
- 1st Team CIF (11) Two way starter
- Varsity letterman twice in basketball
- Varsity letterman track (9,10,11,12)
- Undefeated league shot put champion.
- CIF shot put champion (12) 10th in state meet at Berkeley (12)
- Received the St. Augustine Gold Medal for Athletics (12)
- After being recruited by Ohio State decided to play football at City College
- Played one season at Offensive guard.
- Oct. 14, 1977 a drunk driver hit his motorcycle head on and ended his athletic career.
- Qualified for the Junior Olympics in the shot put while attending St. Rita’s. Held the state record at the time.
- Milton lettered 4 times in track and 3 times in football at Saints.
- In his 4 year career, he was undefeated in dual meets and the league champion each year. In 1976, he broke the 20 year old school record with a put of 56′ 2″. He bettered that in capturing the CIF Championship that year with distance of 57 feet 8 ½ inches. He was a member of the first Saints team to qualify for the State Championships earning a 10th place finish.
- He also held the school record in the discus that stood until 2009 at 135′ 11″.
- In football, Milt was a two way starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle at Saints earning All-league and All-county honors in his junior year.
- After his junior year while weighing scholarship offers from Ohio State, Michigan State, Texas A&M, and Washington State in football and track, Milton was injured by a drunk driver and missed his senior year of football.
- The following year he resumed his football career at San Diego City College; a team rated #1 in the state and began receiving notice again for football.
- Lightning struck twice for him as he was hit head on by a drunk driver while riding his motorcycle. A severe leg injury ended his career.
- After leg rehabilitation, he moved to Las Vegas and resumed a long dormant boxing career as a member of the Amateur Boxing Association with a record of 14-1
Don participated mostly in track at Saints, but made his mark as an official, first in San Diego and eventually on the biggest stage in sports.
- Don was a member of the San Diego County Football Coaches Association as well as a board member and President from 1975 through 1986.
- He served as an official for the Pacific Coast Athletic Association from 1987-1991, and in the Pac-10 from 1992-1994.
- He served NFL Europe as a back judge and referee from 1995 to 2008.
- From 1995 to the present day, he has been a member of the NFL as a back judge, and worked Super Bowl XXXVI (36) in 2003.
In an era when there were no divisions; and when the entire section played for one CIF Championship, the upstart St. Augustine Saints traveled to San Diego Stadium to put an undefeated record on the line against the heavily favored Grossmont Foothillers.
Led by a bruising running game and a stifling and opportunistic defense, the team beat Grossmont 13-8. A one yard run by Frankie George and a 69 yard interception return by Robert George, along with a late interception by Curt Young clinched our first ever CIF Championship in any sport.
On December 4th, 1970, that undefeated championship team gave us all a glimpse of what was yet to come for this great high school.