Football scores and schedule, Fall 2018
Overall record: 8 - 4
Last game:
Away
Nov. 18
(W) 46 - 43
Date Opponent Score
8-24 Gilman (W) 47 - 0
8-31 @ Bishop Sullivan Catholic (W) 38 - 0
9-8 Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) (W) 37 - 7
9-15 @ Georgetown Prep (W) 30 - 0
9-22 Peddie School (W) 30 - 20
9-28 Carroll (W) 48 - 12
10-6 Good Counsel (L) 38 - 31
10-12 @ DeMatha (L) 27 - 21
10-20 @ McNamara (W) 38 - 7
10-27 @ St. John's (L) 2 - 1
11-3 St. John's (L) 34 - 17
11-10 @ St. John's (W) 24 - 14
11-18 @ DeMatha (W) 46 - 43
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Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
6 Dean Engram S Sr.
9 Sean Johns DL/DL/LB Sr.
10 Sam Sweeney WR Sr.
4 Loic Sangwa LB/LB Sr.
71 John O'Toole OL/DL Sr.
1 Joseph Wete DL/DL Sr.
13 Hunter Stewart DL Sr.
11 Jared Morson WR Sr.
16 Jacobs Oliver WR Sr.
14 John Marshall WR Sr.
29 Marco Kemp K Sr.
3 Aaron Davis LB Sr.
15 Justin Ball TE Sr.
32 Harrison Sousa OLB Sr.
33 Lucas Warfield RB Sr.
2 Malcolm Terry II RB Jr.
44 Declan Deegan FB Jr.
40 Jack Garland LB Jr.
47 Ethan Doudna DL Fr.
45 Jason Malone FB Sr.
74 Luke Petitbon OL Jr.
21 Derrick Aikens LB Jr.
72 Jestus Johnson OL Jr.
64 Tommy Dombo OL Fr.
70 Declan Dolan OL So.
75 Chris Stewart OL So.
76 Patrick Matan OL Jr.
8 Rodney Faulk DL Jr.
88 Will Carr OLB So.
87 Michael McMahon WR Sr.
22 Tre McGuire S Jr.
17 Trey Jamison OLB So.
18 Caleb Williams QB So.
20 Kye Holmes S So.
24 Colin O'Connor CB Jr.
26 Grant Parker CB So.
5 Aaron Turner RB So.
34 Auggie Sommers CB Jr.
35 Joseph Hammond RB Fr.
37 Jay Oliver QB So.
39 Carson Volanth S Jr.
43 Ryan Morahan OLB Jr.
52 Blake McLaughlin LB So.
57 Joshua Williams DL So.
55 Henry Iloanya DL Jr.
77 Olumuyiwa Fashanu OL/DL Jr.
78 Joey Trainor OL So.
7 Jalen McMurray CB So.
81 Conor Fagan TE Jr.
12 Justin Ennis WR So.
23 Jackson Leggans TE So.
85 Nate Kurisky TE Fr.
19 Hayden Fisher WR So.
25 Josh Morris CB Sr.
27 Kevin Donalson CB So.
28 Brian Collins DE Sr.
31 Jaylen Laudermilk RB So.
36 Adam Bilbo FB So.
41 Kadari Machen LB So.
42 Seamus DeVol S So.
46 Stephen Cullina K So.
50 Sam Keenan DL Fr.
51 Jordan Shuler LB Fr.
53 Jesse Dolojan OL So.
54 Nick Keenan DL Fr.
59 Adam Uppuluri LB So.
60 JD Francone OL Fr.
62 JP Vinter OL Fr.
63 Nicholas Schwalb OL So.
65 Cole Wofford OL So.
66 Cam Wilson OL Fr.
79 Nate Deegan OL Fr.
80 Lucas LeClair WR So.
82 Gus Kalas DL So.
89 Gavin Bryson WR Fr.
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