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Varsity Lacrosse

The Georgetown Prep varsity lacrosse team opened their season last week with a home game against St. John's College High School.

Prep's Michael Ridgway '21 scored the first Hoyas' goal of the season to put Prep up 1-0 ten seconds into the game. John Gross '20 added two straight goals to put the Hoyas up 3-0. St. John's added four straight goals to end the first quarter and led 4-3 at the end of one.

The Cadets would add two more second quarter goals to lead Prep 6-3 at the half. St. John's would add four more goals before Prep's Gross made the score 10-4 entering the fourth quarter. St. John's would go on to win, 13-6.

On Friday, Prep traveled to Annapolis, Maryland to take on St. Mary's. Colin Burns '23 found Kevin Christmas '20 to put Prep up 1-0. Gross would add another first quarter goal to put Prep up 2-0. The Saints would score five straight goals to end the quarter and led 5-2 at the end of the first quarter. Damon Hsu '20 opened the second quarter up with a Prep goal. The Saints would add three more goals to end the quarter and led Prep 8-5 at the half. Gross got the Hoyas on the scoreboard again early in the third quarter and Ridgway cut the Saints' lead to two goals a minute later. St. Mary's would add two straight goals to go up 11-7 before LSM Jack Plank '20 scored on a transition play to cut the lead to 11-8. Hugh Mullane '21 scored to make it 11-9. After another Saints goal, Ridgway scored to make it 12-10 entering the fourth quarter. Burns found Gross to make it 12-11 with seven minutes left in the game. After a Saints' goal, Patrick Fitzgerald '21 made it a one goal game with less than two minutes left in the contest. Zach Whittier '21 scored on a dodge from X to tie the game at 13 with 3.1 seconds left. With 3.1 seconds left, Chase MacCartee '20 scored from half field as time expired to give Prep the 14-13 thrilling win.

Prep hosts Gilman on Tuesday, March 10 at 4:30 p.m. Prep will take on rival Gonzaga on Friday, March 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Georgetown University.

Prep is 1-1 on the year.

Varsity Baseball

Prep's varsity baseball team takes on Curley High School this Tuesday, March 10 at 4:15 p.m. Prep will take on Gonzaga on Friday, March 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Nats' Park. The Hoyas will host Mount St. Joseph's in a double header on Saturday, March 14. The first game is at 1:00 p.m. and the second is at 3:00 p.m.

Varsity Golf

The Georgetown Prep varsity golf team opened their season on March 2 against Good Counsel at Manor Country Club.

Nick Barros '21 led the Hoyas to a 195 - 219 victory over the Falcons with a one over par score of 36.

Xander Maloy '23 posted a 39, while Joe Hemsley '21, Rory Friel '20, and Zach Maloy '21 each recorded 40. The weather began warm and mild but by the second hole the wind picked up and made the closing holes very challenging. Trey Cox '21 and Peter Barros '23 each shot 42 while Eddie McLain '20 finished with a 45 to complete the lineup.

Varsity Tennis

The varsity tennis team opens their season on Tuesday, March 10 with a home match against Loyola Blakefield.

Track and Field

The track and field host the Run and Gun meet on Wednesday, March 11 at 4:00 p.m.

Varsity Rugby

Varsity rugby opened their season on the road with a 19-5 vs Calvert Hall. David Koffi '20, John Mikita '20, and Ben Navabi '22 each scored tries and Sean August '21 and Brendan Beilke '21 each slotted a conversion.

The Hoyas won their home opener 57-8 over Malvern Prep. Mikita led the scoring with two tries and Christian David '20, Will Madden '20, August, Beilke, Dominic Bruno '21, Timmy Hathway '21, and Myles Kelly '21 each scored one. Tommy McHale '21 kicked five conversions and Beilke kicked one as well.

Prep will host Loyola Blakefield on Saturday, March 14 at 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Games

Varsity Lacrosse

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Tennis

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Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Lacrosse

The Georgetown Prep varsity lacrosse team will open up their 2020 season on Tuesday, March 3 when they host St. John's College High School at 4:30 p.m. Prep will travel to Annapolis, Maryland to take on St. Mary's at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 6.

Last season, Coach Scott Urick and the 2019 Georgetown Prep varsity lacrosse team won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) regular season championship on April 30 with an 11-10 win at Bullis. In only his third season, Coach Urick has led Prep to its first I.A.C. title since 2014. The Hoyas lost to the eventual tournament champion, Bullis, in the semifinals. Prep finished the season with a 14-4 overall record and ranked number seven in the Washington, D.C., area by The Washington Post. Prep was led by All I.A.C. honorees Chris Burns '19, James Flannery '19, Jake Giulieri '19, Connor Humiston '19, Clay Lanham '19, and Muldoon.

Varsity Baseball

Prep's varsity baseball team opens their 2020 season on Thursday, March 5 with a home game against Wootton High School at 4:00 p.m. Prep will host Quince Orchard High School this Saturday, March 7 for a double header. The first game is scheduled to start at 11:00 a.m. and the second game at 1:00 p.m.

Last season, the 2019 varsity baseball team and Coach Chris Rodriguez won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) tournament championship on May 11 with two wins against St. Albans. Prep won the I.A.C. regular season title going a perfect 10-0 in league play.

The Hoyas earned the tournament's number one seed and defeated Bullis, 14-0, in the conference semifinals on May 8 to advance to the I.A.C. championship best of three series against St. Albans.

St. Albans hosted a championship series doubleheader on May 11 due to wet conditions on Prep's field. The Hoyas' offense paced the team in the opening game. Travis Rinker '19 hit a home run and Charlie Furlong '19 reached base in all of his at bats. Prep pitcher Ryan Gleason '19 picked up the win and Brennan Lyons '19 pitched in relief of Gleason before Prep scored seven runs in the 6thinning. Prep would go on to win game one, 18-8.

In game two, a first inning RBI single by Rinker proved to be the one run of the game. Jack Flannery '19 pitched a three-hit complete game shutout. With the win, Flannery improved to 11-1 on the mound for the year. Prep would beat St. Albans, 1-0, to win the I.A.C. tournament championship.

Lucas Donlan '19 was named I.A.C. Player of the Year. Donlan, Flannery, Furlong, Gleason, Rinker, and T.J. Williams '20 earned All I.A.C. honors.

Prep finished the 2019 season with a 31-5 overall record and ranked number three in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Golf

The varsity golf team opens their season with a match against Gonzaga today, Monday, March 2, at Manor Country Club. The match will begin at 3:00 p.m.

Last year, the 2019 varsity golf team and Coach Bob Barry won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) Tournament Championship on April 23 at Worthington Manor Golf Club in Urbana, Maryland.

The team finished with the championship round with a cumulative score of 380, 24 strokes better than second-place Bullis (404).

Keegan Shreeves '19 made a birdie on the eighteenth hole to finish his round tied for the lead with a 74. Shreeves birdied the playoff hole to win the individual I.A.C. title.

Shreeves and four of his Prep teammates finished in the top-ten to earn All I.A.C. honors. Zach Maloy '21 finished third overall with a score of 75. Classmate Joe Hemsley '21 finished tied for fourth with a score of 76 while Gus Haglund '19and Gary Bullard '19 finished the championship round with scores of 77 and 78, respectively.

Varsity Tennis

The varsity tennis team will open up their season after Spring Break. They host Walter Johnson this Thursday, March 5 for a scrimmage.

Last year, the 2019 varsity tennis team finished with an 8-4 overall. The Hoyas were led by All I.A.C. honorees Phil Blanc '20 and Daniel Dunac '21.

Track and Field

The track and field host their first meet of the 2020 season on Wednesday, March 11.

Last season, the Hoyas placed fourth in the I.A.C. championships held at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes.

Michael Butler '19 won the 2019 I.A.C. shot-put title.

Odera Nweke '19 placed second in the long jump competition. John Mikita '20 came in second place in the 300 H and third in the 110 HH while Joe Raza '22 finished second in the 3,200-meter race.

Ben Bell '20 placed third 200-meter. The 4 x 100-meter and 4 x 400- meter relay teams both placed third. Butler, Bell, and Mikita were named All I.A.C.

Varsity Rugby

The 2020 varsity (A) rugby team opens their season on Saturday, March 7 with a home match against Malvern Prep at 1:00 p.m.

Last year, the Hoyas rugby program under first-year coach Tom McHale finished the season ranked 28th in the nation and a 6-3 record. Prep defeated Good Counsel in the MAVRC semifinals, 34-24, to advance to the championship match against Gonzaga. In the championship game, the Hoyas played the Eagles tough, but went down, 5-0, early. Prep battled Gonzaga late into the second half, but Gonzaga, the number one ranked team in the country, pulled away, 19-0.

The Hoyas were led by MAVRC first-team honorees Matt Crowe '19, Matthew Zaudtke '19, Christian David '20, and David Koffi '20. Jonathan Atayi '19, Ultan Horrigan '19, Jack Ondeck'19, and Tom McHale '21 were named to the MAVRC second-team.

Upcoming Games

Varsity Lacrosse

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Varsity Rugby

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Hamilton '21 Wins National Preps Wrestling Championship

Kyonte Hamilton '21 won the 2020 National Preps Championship for the 220-pound division at Lehigh University on February 22. Hamilton defeated Kolby Franklin from Wyoming Seminary (Pennsylvania), 13-6, to win the National Preps Championship.

The National Preps title for Hamilton caps off one of the best individual seasons in Georgetown Prep wrestling history. He won his third individual I.A.C. title. He won the 2019 Beast of the East and Mount Mat Madness titles. In addition, Hamilton won the 2020 Escape the Rock and Maryland State Championship.

For the 2019-2020 season, Hamilton achieved a 51-1 overall record. For his career, he is 141-11 overall.

As a team, Prep's wrestling team placed 25th at the National Preps Tournament.

Varsity Hockey

Georgetown Prep's varsity hockey took on Gonzaga in the first round of the MAPHL playoffs on February 18. Both teams played evenly throughout the first period. Prep's defense only allowed one Gonzaga goal. Prep was able to get the eventual game-winner past the Eagles late in the contest. Prep would go on to win, 2-1, to advance to the MAPHL semifinals against Landon.

Prep and Landon battled through the first two periods, and took a 2-2 tie into overtime. In the extra session, Landon scored the game winner to win, 3-2.

Prep finishes their season with a 13-5-1 overall record.

Indoor Track

Georgetown Prep's indoor track and field team hosted their traditional winter season finale, the Jesuit Invitational. Prep won the eight-team meet.

Individual event winners included Aaron Milton '21, who set a season-best in the high jump at 5'8".

Nnamdi Udeogu '23 (debut), Charley Burns '20, and Sean Sykes '21 placed way to second, third, and fourth in the shot put, respectively.

Isaiah West '22 continued his impressive indoor track season with a second-place finish in the 55-meter dash. The sprint crew made their best group showing in the 300 meters, as team captain Ben Bell '20 returned to action with a loud second-place finish in 37.70, and was immediately followed by Will Muscatello '20, Sam Wallace '21, and Ronald Benecio '22. The sprinters also took first place in both the 4 x 200-meter relay (Muscatello, Nick Aiello '21, Wallace, and Benicio), and the 4 x 400-meter relay (Bell, Wallace, Muscatello, and Evan Deobald '22).

The distance group contributed with a strong performance in the 800-meter, led by Daniel Atayi '22 and Michael Crisp '23 in second and third place and Hanzhao Kuang '20 in sixth. Joe Raza '22 captured third place in the 1600-meter.

Upcoming Games

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Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director


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Varsity Basketball

Prep's varsity basketball team earned the number four seed in the I.A.C. tournament and hosted St. Albans on February 11.

St. Albans jumped out to an early lead and led 16-9 at the end of the first quarter. Prep cut the Bulldogs lead in the second quarter, but a late run put St. Albans up at the half, 27-19. Prep was able to close the gap to five points in the third quarter, but St. Albans pushed their lead to 10-points. St. Albans would go on to win, 53-44. Prep was led by Stefan Marcelle '22 (14 points) and Mark Llewellyn '20 (12 points).

Prep finishes their season with an 8-16 overall record.

Varsity Hockey

Georgetown Prep's varsity hockey won the I.A.C. regular season and earned the number one seed in the conference tournament.

On February 11, Prep took on Bullis. Prep dominated from the opening faceoff and led 5-0 at the end of the second period. Prep would add two more goals in the third and Bullis would add two, as well, to make the final score 7-2. Prep was led by Eli Young '21 (3 goals), Peter Roche '20 (1 goal, 2 assists), and Patrick Fitzgerald '21 (1 goal, 2 assists). Prep would face Landon in the I.A.C. title game for the second straight year.

In the championship game, Landon jumped out to an early lead and would go on to win the I.A.C. title, 5-0.

Prep takes on Gonzaga in the first round of the MAPHL playoffs tomorrow, Tuesday, February 18 at 3:00 p.m. at Rockville Ice Arena. If Prep wins, the MAPHL semifinals will be played on Wednesday, February 19 and the championship will be played on Friday, February 21.

Prep is 12-4-1 on the year and ranked number two in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Wrestling

The Hoyas competed in the Maryland State Tournament at the University of Maryland- Baltimore County (UMBC) this past weekend.

Prep placed 13th overall.

Kyonte Hamilton '21 continued his record-setting season by claiming the 2020 State Title. Tank Spelta '23 placed 8th in his respective weight class.

Prep will travel to Lehigh University to take part in the National Tournament next Friday, February 21.

Swimming and Diving

This past weekend, Prep competed in Easterns. The swimming team competed at Franklin and Marshall College and the diving at Germantown Academy. The full recap and results will be available later this week.

Prep placed ninth overall at the meet. Follow the link for the complete results.

In diving, the Hoyas had three divers place. Gellert Kish '21 led Prep with a third-place finish. Classmate Hamilton Sateri '21 placed 11th while Sandor Kish '23 placed 17th overall.

Indoor Track

The Hoyas will host the Jesuit Indoor Track Meet on Friday, February 21 at 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Games

Varsity Basketball Schedule

Varsity Hockey Schedule

Varsity Wrestling Schedule

Swimming and Diving Schedule

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Basketball

Prep's varsity basketball team went 1-1 last week in their last week of regular I.A.C. competition.

On February 4, the Hoyas hosted rival Landon. Landon held a two-point lead at the end of the first quarter, but the Hoyas were able to even the game in the second quarter. Prep and Landon went into the half tied at 28. After an even third quarter, Prep's defense held the Bears to only 11 fourth quarter points. Prep went on to win 57-52. The Hoyas were led by Mark Llewellyn '20 (10 points) and Stefan Marcelle '22 (10 points).

On February 7, Prep hosted Episcopal High School. Before the game, Prep honored its senior class. Episcopal game out of the gate aggressive offensively and took a 24-16 lead into the second quarter. The Maroon extended their lead in the second quarter and went into halftime with a 42-30 lead. After an even third quarter, Episcopal outscored Prep 27-22 in the fourth to go on to win 88-70. Llewellyn led Prep with 16 points. Emeka Blanchard '21 added 12 points.

Prep earned the number four seed in this week's I.A.C. tournament. The Hoyas will host the number five seed St. Albans on Tuesday, February 11 at 6:00 p.m. The winner will travel to Alexandria, Virginia to take on the league's number one seed, St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, on Wednesday, February 12.

Prep is 8-15 on the year and 3-7 in the I.A.C.

Varsity Hockey

Georgetown Prep's varsity hockey went 1-1 last week in their last week of the regular season.

On Wednesday, Prep took on Yorktown from Virginia. Both teams played excellent defensively for the first two periods. In the third period, Seamus McNally '23 found classmate JB Vito '23 for the game's only goal. Prep would go on to win, 1-0.

On Friday, Prep took on Spalding. After both teams traded goals in the first two periods, Spalding would add the game winner in the third period. Spalding would go on to win, 2-1.

Prep begins its post season schedule this week. Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 11, Prep will play in the first round of the I.A.C. tournament at Rockville at 5:15 p.m. If Prep wins on Tuesday, they will play in the I.A.C. championship on Thursday, February 13 at 5:15 p.m.

Prep is 11-3-1 on the year and ranked number two in the area by The Washington Post.

Varsity Wrestling

The Hoyas closed out their I.A.C. schedule on February 5 with a home match against Episcopal High School. Before the match, Prep honored its senior wrestlers. Prep would go on to win, 37-30.

This past weekend, Prep took part in the Melee Tournament. The team placed tenth overall.

Kyonte Hamilton '21 continued his record season with another championship. Alex Munoz '22 and Tank Spelta '23 both placed fifth in their respective weight classes.

Prep will compete in the Maryland State Tournament at the University of Maryland- Baltimore County (UMBC) on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15.

Swimming and Diving

This past weekend, Prep competed in the Washington Metropolitan Championships (Metros).

After a close competition, Prep finished second with 398 total points. Gonzaga won the meet with 488 total points. Read The Washington Post's recap here.

Prep's 200 medley relay team of Luke Addington '20, Ryan Mathis '20, Dylan Danaie '21, and Brett Feyerick '21 placed first and set a new meet record (1:31.70).

Feyerick also won the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Gellert Kish '21 was placed tenth in the diving competition. Danaie won the 100 breaststroke and placed fifth in the 200 freestyle.

Josh Wolfson '22 finish in second place in 100 breaststroke and third place in the 200-individual medley. David Fitch '21 placed fourth in the butterfly and sixth in the 50 freestyle. Nick Spicer '20 placed tenth in 200 freestyle and eleventh in 100 freestyle.

Mathis finished fourth in the 50 freestyle and tenth in the 100 freestyle. Addington was in his first individual event metros finals and he finished tenth in the 50 freestyle.

Prep closed out the meet by winning the 400 freestyle relay with the team of Spicer, Danaie, Feyerick, and Fitch.

The Hoyas will finish the season by competing at Easterns this coming weekend, Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15 with the swimming at Franklin and Marshall College and the diving at Germantown Academy.

Indoor Track

The Georgetown Prep varsity indoor track and field team won the Montgomery County Private Schools Championship on February 5.

Sam Wallace '21 won the 55-meter race with a time of 6.5 seconds. His Prep teammates, Isaiah West '22 and Nick Aiello '21 finished in second and third place, respectively. Wallace also won the 300-meter race with a time of 37.5 seconds. Ronald Benicio '22 placed second in the 300-meter race.

Prep swept the 500-meter race. Josh Brown'20 ran the 500m in 1:16.2 to win the race. Alejandro Rojas '22 placed second and came in second by two-tenths of a second. Nathaniel Atayi '22 came in third. Atayi also won the 800-meter with a time of 2:08. Evan Deobald '21and Michael Crisp '23 placed second and third, respectively.

Joe Raza '22 won the1600-meter race with a time of 4:49.9, and won the 3200-meter race with a time of 10:59.7. Matthew Strong '21 came in second right behind Raza in the 1600-meter, with a time of 4:51.8. Teddy Kavanagh '23 finished with a season-best of 11:07.4, to take third place in the 3200-meter race. John Mikita '20 won the 55-meter hurdles race in his indoor track debut.

In the relays, both the 4 x 200-meter race (Brown, Will Muscatello '20, Aiello, and Wallace) and 4 x 400-meter (Brown, Muscatello, CJ Arce '21, and Atayi) teams won their respective races.

In the field events, Aaron Milton '21 won the high jump competition and Aiello won the long jump competition.

The Hoyas finished third overall in the annual Hoxton Individual at Episcopal High School on February 8.

The 4 x 800-meter relay featuring Evan Deobald '21, Daniel Atayi '22, Joe Raza '22, and Michael Crisp '23 cruised to an easy victory in a season-best 8:52. With 400-meter to go in the 3,200-meter race, Matthew Strong '21 finished in 10:31, a personal record by 28-seconds.

The sprint crew provided their points in high scoring pairs. Joshua Brown '20 and Samuel Wallace '21 finished second and third in the 300-meter. Brown and Alejandro Rojas '22 finished second and fifth in the 500-meter. Isaiah West '22 and Wallace finished third and fifth in the 55-meter dash.

The Hoyas will host the Jesuit Indoor Track Meet on Friday, February 21 at 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Games

Varsity Basketball Schedule

Varsity Hockey Schedule

Varsity Wrestling Schedule

Swimming and Diving Schedule

Go Prep!

Dan Paro '79
Athletic Director

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