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17 Hoyas Earn Fall All I.A.C. Honors

Congratulations to the members of Georgetown Prep's cross country, football and soccer teams who earned All I.A.C. honors for their outstanding play this fall.

Georgetown Prep's varsity football team won the 2019 Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) title on November 9 with a 22-16 victory over Bullis School. In I.A.C. conference play, the Hoyas' defense only allowed 51 points from opponents in five games and the Prep offense scored 125 points. Prep finished the season with an 8-2 record and 5-0 in the I.A.C. Prep is ranked #9 in the latest Washington Post's high school football poll.Prep running back Jalen Hampton '20 was named the 2019 Player of the Year. Jack Plank '20 was named the I.A.C. Defensive Player of the Year.

Prep's varsity soccer team finished second in the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) regular season. The Hoyas finished their I.A.C. regular season with a 6-2-2 record. In the I.A.C. championship, Prep lost to St. Albans, 1-0. The Hoyas finished their 2019 season with a 12-2-5 record. Prep is ranked #9 in the latest Washington Post's high school soccer poll. Colton Ward '20 was named the I.A.C.'s co-Player of the Year.

The Prep cross country varsity team placed second in the I.A.C. Championships. Daniel Atayi '22, led the Prep scorers in 11th place at 18:01 and was followed shortly afterwards by Matthew Williams '20 in 18:04. Prep runners finished strong to protect the team score from charging St. Stephen's & St. Agnes and Landon runners. This was Georgetown Prep's best finish in the I.A.C. championship meet since 2010. To qualify for All I.A.C., runners must place in the top-ten at the I.A.C. Championships.

Seventeen Prep student-athletes earned all-league recognition:

Football

1st Team

  • Patrick Donovan-Jenkins '20
  • Jalen Hampton '20
  • Jamaal Jawara '20
  • Jack Plank '20
  • Dominic Welsh '20
  • Zach Whittier '21

2nd Team

  • Chase Maccartee '20
  • Jack Thistle '20
  • Jack Callahan '21
  • Tristan Furnish '21
  • Michael Ridgway '21
  • Casey Plank '22
  • Isaiah West '22

Soccer

  • Brennan Gac '20
  • Rex Kerrigan '20
  • Dan Schehl '20
  • Colton Ward '20

7 Student-Athletes Sign Collegiate Letters of Intent

Congratulations to Georgetown Prep's baseball, lacrosse, and soccer seniors who signed their collegiate letters of intent on November 13.

Baseball:

Sage Dobbs − University of Richmond
TJ Williams− Notre Dame University

Lacrosse:

Max Cooney – University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill
Aiden Shortley − Drexel University
JB Strachan− Penn State University
Jack Thistle− Lehigh University

Soccer:

Brennan Gac − University of Denver

Winter Sports Begin

The Winter Sports Season officially began on Monday, November 11. The winter varsity sports preview will be available next week.

GO PREP!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Football Wins 2019 I.A.C. Title

Coach Dan Paro '79 and the Georgetown Prep varsity football team won the 2019 Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) title at home on November 9 with a 22-16 victory over Bullis.

Bullis scored the game's first points and led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter. Bullis scored again early in the second quarter to take a 13-0. On the Hoyas' next possession, quarterback Will Angrick '21 capped off an 80-yard drive with a touchdown pass to Dominic Welsh '20. Bullis led 13-7 at the half.

Bullis added a field goal in the third quarter to take a nine-point lead, 16-7. With six minutes remaining in the game, Angrick scored on a four-yard touchdown run to cut the lead to 16-14. After Prep's defense held Bullis to a three-and-out, Prep got the ball back with four minutes remaining in the championship game. Prep marched down the field and running back Jalen Hampton '20 scored on a one-yard run to put Prep up 20-16. Hampton converted on the two-point conversion to put the Hoyas up 22-16 with less than two minutes left in the game. Isaiah West '22's interception on Bullis' next possession sealed the win for the Hoyas. Prep won the 2019 I.A.C. Championship game, 22-16. Read The Washington Post's full recap of the game.

In I.A.C. conference play, the Hoyas' defense only allowed 51 points from opponents in five games and the Prep offense scored 125 points.

Prep finished the season with an 8-2 record and 5-0 in the I.A.C. Prep is ranked #12 in the latest Washington Post's high school football poll.

Cross Country

The Prep cross country team hosted the Maryland Private School State Meet on Saturday.

The varsity team finished second overall in the large schools division, edging out traditional state distance power Mount St. Joseph and trailing Gilman. Relying one final time on a deep team effort featuring tightly packed scorers, only twenty-seven seconds elapsed between first Hoya scorer Daniel Atayi '22 and fifth man Matthew Williams '20.

Teddy Kavanagh '23 provided valuable support as the second scorer and the second freshman finisher in the race. Evan Deobald '21 and Sean Mullery '21 finished shortly behind. The runner-up finish was Prep's best performance in this meet's history.

Prep's season is complete.


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Varsity Football

The Georgetown Prep varsity football hosted St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on Friday evening for the team's second to last game of their 2019 season. Before the game, Prep honored its seniors.

St. Stephen's scored the first points of the game on a field goal to take a 3-0 lead. On their next possession, Prep drove 60-yards down the field and David Koffi '20 capped off the drive with a 5-yard touchdown run. In the second quarter, Prep's fullback, Christian David '20, scored on a 4-yard run to put Prep up 14-3. Captain and linebacker Jack Plank '20 picked off the Saints at the 50-yard line with six minutes left in the half. Two plays later, quarterback Will Angrick '21 found Brendan Falatko '21 for a 36-yard touchdown to put the Hoyas up 21-3. On St. Stephen's & St. Agnes next possession, Plank had another interception to give the Hoyas the ball back with four minutes remaining in the half. On 3rd and 15, Angrick found Isaiah West '22 for a 40-yard touchdown to close the half. Prep would lead 28-3 at the break.

In the third quarter, Finn Lindsay '20 kicked a 32-yard field goal to put the Hoyas up 31-3. The Saints would add a fourth quarter touchdown. Prep would go on to win 31-10.

The Hoyas host Bullis in the I.A.C. final on Saturday, November 9 at 3:00 p.m. Both teams are 4-0 in I.A.C. play and the winner will be the outright I.A.C. champions.

Prep is 7-2 on the year and 4-0 in I.A.C. play. The Hoyas are ranked #12 in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Soccer

The varsity soccer team earned the number two seed in the I.A.C. conference tournament. Prep hosted St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on October 29. Prep took an early 2-0 lead and the Hoyas' defense held the Saints scoreless in the first half.

In the second half, the Saints cut the Prep lead to one before the Hoyas added an insurance goal late to win 3-1 and to advance to the I.A.C. championship game.

On October 31, Prep traveled to Northwest, Washington, D.C., to take on the number one seed and the area's number four ranked team, St. Albans. Both teams were held scoreless in the first half. In the second half, the Bulldogs were able to capitalize on an offensive opportunity to take an 1-0 lead. Prep had some opportunities late, but St. Albans was able to hold on for the 1-0 victory and win the 2019 I.A.C. title.

Prep is 12-2-5 finished the year and 7-2-3 in I.A.C. conference play. Prep is ranked #5 in the area by The Washington Post.

Cross Country

The Prep cross country team finished second in the Montgomery County Private Schools Championship on Saturday.

Another strong, deep pack led by Daniel Atayi '22, Sean Mullery '21, and Teddy Kavanagh '23 brought the team within a hair's breadth of eventual winner, The Heights, but the Hoyas ultimately fell short by three points. In addition to the top three scorers, Andrew Nguyen '20 and Evan Deobald '21 placed in the top fifteen and achieved All-County honors.

Prep will host the Maryland State Championships on Saturday, November 9 beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Upcoming Games

Cross Country Schedule

Varsity Football Schedule

Varsity Soccer Schedule

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Football

The Georgetown Prep varsity football hosted St. Albans on Saturday afternoon for the School's 2019 Homecoming Game.

The Hoyas forced a St. Albans punt on the Bulldogs' first possession. On Prep's first offensive play from scrimmage, quarterback Will Angrick '21 found wide receiver Josh Edwards '20 for a 59-yard touchdown.

On Prep's next possession, running back Jalen Hampton '20 put the Hoyas up 14-0 on a 63-yard touchdown run. St. Albans got on the scoreboard on a long touchdown pass to make the second 14-7 midway through the second quarter. Prep responded with a Dominic Welsh '20 touchdown catch from Angrick to make the score 21-7. David Koffi '20 scored on a 6-yard run to put Prep up 28-7 at the half.

Koffi added a 22-yard touchdown run Prep's first possession of the second half to go up 35-7. Prep would go on to win by the same score, 35-7.

The Hoyas host St. Stephen's & St. Agnes this Friday, November 1 at 7:00 p.m. Before the game, Prep will honor its seniors.

Prep is 6-2 on the year and 3-0 in I.A.C. play. The Hoyas are ranked #14 in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Soccer

The varsity soccer team went 1-1 in their final week in I.A.C. play.

The Hoyas hosted St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on Tuesday afternoon. Due to inclement weather, the game was moved to Fegan-Galvin field. Prep's defense held the Saints scoreless in the first half and the Hoyas capitalized on a scoring opportunity to go up, 1-0. In the second half, both teams were held scoreless. Prep would hold on for the 1-0 victory.

On Friday, Prep traveled to Potomac, Maryland to take on Bullis in their 2019 I.A.C. regular season finale. Bullis scored two first half goals to go up 2-0 at the break. Prep scored in the second, but couldn't add the equalizer. Bullis would go on to win, 2-1.

Prep earned the number two seed in the I.A.C. conference tournament. Prep will host the winner of St. Stephen's & St. Agnes and Episcopal tomorrow, Tuesday, October 29 at 3:30 p.m. in the I.A.C. semifinals. The I.A.C. championship will be played on Thursday, October 31.

Prep is 11-2-4 on the year and 6-2-2 in I.A.C. conference play. Prep is ranked #5 in the area by The Washington Post.

Cross Country

The Prep cross country team competed in the I.A.C. Championships at Montgomery County's Agricultural Farm Park on October 26.

The varsity team ran a great race and finished second overall to St. Albans. Daniel Atayi '22, led the Prep scorers in 11th place at 18:01 and was followed shortly afterwards by Matthew Williams '20 in 18:04.

Prep runners finished strong to protect the team score from charging St. Stephen's & St. Agnes and Landon runners. This was Georgetown Prep's best finish in the IAC championship meet since 2010.

Prep will compete in the Montgomery County Private School Championships this Saturday, November 2. The location and time will be announced later this week.

Upcoming Games

Cross Country Schedule

Varsity Football Schedule

Varsity Soccer Schedule

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Homecoming 2019 | Next Saturday, October 26

Homecoming 2019 is next week!

The Prep varsity football team will kick off against St. Albans at 2:00 p.m. There will be fun for the whole family!

We hope you can join us for a fun day back at Prep!

Varsity Football

The Georgetown Prep varsity football traveled to Bethesda on Saturday afternoon to take on rival and the #16 team in the area, Landon.

Both defenses played extremely well in the first two quarters and both teams were held scoreless in the first half. Landon scored on their possession in the second half on a five play, 70-yard drive. Down 7-0, the Hoyas scored on their ensuing possession on a 7-yard run by running back Jalen Hampton '20.

Prep's defense forced Landon to a three-and-out on their next possession. The Hoyas ran the ball on almost every single play on their next possession and Hampton lead Prep down the field. With a minute and thirty seconds left on the clock, Hampton scored the game-winning touchdown on a 12-yard run. Prep would go on to win, 14-7.

Read The Washington Post's recap of the game here.

The Hoyas host St. Albans for Homecoming 2019. The kickoff is set for next Saturday, October 26 at 2:00 p.m.

Prep is 5-2 on the year and 2-0 in I.A.C. play. The Hoyas are ranked #14 in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Soccer

The varsity soccer team went 1-1 last week in I.A.C. play.

The Hoyas traveled to Bethesda on Tuesday to take on rival Landon. Prep's defense played extremely well and limited Landon's first half opportunities. Prep capitalized on their early scoring opportunity and took a 1-0 lead into halftime. In the second half, Landon added the equalizer before Prep pulled back ahead, 2-1. Landon scored late in the second half to send the game into overtime. Prep scored the game winning goal in overtime to secure the 3-2 victory. Prep was led by Dan Schehl '20 (one goal, two assists), Joe Raza '22 (one goal, one assist), Quinn McBride '21 (one goal), and Brennan Gac '20 (one assist).

Prep hosted league-leading St. Albans on Friday afternoon. St. Albans scored an early goal and added another before the half. In the second half, Prep cut the St. Albans lead to one before the Bulldogs extended their league to 3-1 late in the game. St. Albans went on to win, 3-1.

This is an important week in I.A.C. play. Prep hosts St. Stephen's & St. Agnes tomorrow, Tuesday, October 22, at 4:00 p.m. Prep travels to Potomac, Maryland on Thursday, October 24 for a 6:30 p.m. match against Bullis.

Prep is 10-1-4 on the year and 5-1-2 in I.A.C. conference play. Prep is ranked #5 in the area by The Washington Post.

Cross Country

Prep's cross country team competed in the Skip Grant Invitational host by St. Albans.

The Hoyas varsity finished fourth in a small, but distinguished and international field. Matthew Strong '21 scoring in 23rd place, and was followed by the entire field of Prep scorers in the next thirty seconds.

Matthew Williams '20 and Teddy Kavanagh '23 posted personal bests for the season over the hilly course at the Agricultural Farm Park, where the Hoyas will return next week for the I.A.C. Championship meet.

Upcoming Games

Cross Country Schedule

Varsity Football Schedule

Varsity Soccer Schedule

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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