As part of the school’s move to athletic independence, the Holy Ghost Prep soccer team, a traditional PIAA District One power, will face a top-shelf schedule next fall—including four games vs. Inter-Ac teams, four against Philadelphia Catholic League teams, and three vs. Central League teams.
In April, Holy Ghost Prep athletic director Craig Conlin will become one of 12 new inductees into the City of Philadelphia chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
For a second straight year, Penn State University’s star goalie Peyton Jones, a 2014 HGP alum, has been nominated for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, which is given annually to the top college ice hockey player in the nation.
With the 2020 PIAA District 1 seeding meeting just around the corner, Holy Ghost Prep (15-3 record) sits at No. 4 in the PIAA District Class 5A rankings—behind only West Chester East, Penncrest, and Unionville. But Tyler Mish and the Firebirds will need to keep winning to keep their lofty seed.
Four Holy Ghost Prep students signed national letters of intent during a Nov. 13 ceremony: John Neeld, Coppin State (baseball); Jack Mahony, NJIT (lacrosse); Ben Morschauser, Stony Brook (lacrosse); and Will Binder, La Salle University (baseball). (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
After a thorough, year-long analysis of Holy Ghost Prep athletics, Holy Ghost Prep will leave the Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL) at the end of this school year and will play an independent schedule starting in the 2020-21 school year.
Holy Ghost Prep's golf team, led by sophomore sensation Calen Sanderson (pictured), won the 2019 Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL) title, and saw six players earn All-BAL honors.
A total of 83 alumni and friends of Holy Ghost Prep participated in the annual HGP Golf Classic on September 30 at the Union League at Torresdale. The event raised over $44,000 for Holy Ghost Prep athletics.
Holy Ghost Prep's cross-country team finished the regular season with an impressive record of 9-1 in Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL) competition and appears to peaking at the right time with the postseason approaching.
Craig Conlin became Holy Ghost Prep’s new athletic director on July 29. A former Division I basketball player at La Salle University, Conlin brings over two decades of coaching and teaching experience to Ghost.
Twelve members of the Class of 2018 are continuing continue their academic and athletic careers this fall.