The rivalry between the two Jesuit Prepatory schools helps raise money each year for the Washington Jesuit Academy through ticket sales and fundraising activities.


Kevin Hogan


Garrett Johns


The winner from GONZAGA COLLEGE High School is Garrett Johns. Garrett plays fullback and linebacker for Gonzaga and carries a 3.9 GPA. He is a three-year letterman on the varsity football team and varsity rugby team. He is a member of the National Honor Society, a regular name on First Honors, and a member of the Gonzaga Dramatic Association. He plans to study pre-med in college and become a doctor. He was escorted by his parents, John and Kimberly.
Peter Delaney

Georgetown Prep

From GEORGETOWN PREP High School, the scholarship recipient is Peter Delaney. Peter is a 2-year varsity athlete on both the football and tennis teams. Since arriving at Georgetown Prep, he has always been on the Dean’s List. He carries a GPA of 96.9% while playing WR and DB for Georgetown. He plays on the Oasis music program and is editor of the school newspaper and website. He plans to study engineering in college. He was escorted by his parents Joseph and Ellen.


Frank Vita


Frank played in the Rivalry Series starting in 1952 through 1954. He played quarterback and fullback for Gonzaga, scoring two TDs in his senior year in 1954. During his three years, Gonzaga was undefeated 3-0 in the Series. He was All-Met in his senior year and a three time All League Player. He went on to play College Football at Holy Cross College.
Steve Saxon

Georgetown Prep

Steve played in the Series from 1966-68. In 1966, playing in excelled in specials teams,he helped Gonzaga to a 20-16 win. In his junior year in 1967, he scored 3 touchdowns, leading Gonzaga to a 30-6 win. And finally in 1968 he led Prep to a big 40-0 stunning victory. Following his graduation, he lettered for three years at Colgate and was inducted into the Georgetown Prep Hall of Fame in 2007.


Gonzaga used Hogan's percision passing all day long, along with the running from D'Lante Martino and his four touchdown runs, to easily over power a Georgetown team who could never get their offense moving after scoring on their first drive of the game.