These two teams first played against each other all the way back in 1891, making this D.C. rivalry one of the oldest rivalries in the nation. The series went dormant from 1988 until 2004, when officials at the schools saw the game as a prime fundraising opportunity. Now, the two schools have continued to play each other each year in one of the best rivalries in the nation.
The two highly successful teams have produced NFL and college players through the years, and the 2018 version gives new players a chance to shine and make their permanent mark on this rivalry.
Peter is a 2 year varsity letterman having been voted by his teammates captain for the 2018 football season. Highly respected by his peers on and off the field, Peter is a true representative of the term student-athlete. Maintaining a 3.92 GPA, and achieving a 1500 on the SAT, Peter works each and every day to be the very best. Most importantly, he understands his responsibility to serve others through his daily actions and commitment to those who are less fortunate.
Loic is a 4 year letterman and 3 year starter for the varsity football team. As a junior, Loic led the team in tackles with 105, sacks with 3.5, and rushing touchdowns with 7. Loic is a 2 time winner of the Iron Eagle award for strength and condition, the Casey Donahue Award for going the extra mile for his teammates, an honorable mention All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference selection, and was voted by him teammates to be the Captain if the 2018 team.
HALL OF FAME
Marc Richards, a 1989 graduate of Georgetown Prep was a 3 time All Met Quarterback selection for the Hoyas. During his time as Prep’s QB, the Hoyas did not lose a game. Marc led the Hoyas to a 2-0-1 record vs Gonzaga. Marc went on to play at William and Mary earning all-conference honors. Marc has been an assistant coach for Georgetown Prep for the past 8 years. Marc’s greatest accomplishment is his loving family; Kisha Richards, his wife and mother of Zach Richards, a junior at Maryland and Zoe, a freshman at Temple.
A member of the class of 2000, Conrad Singh played football and basketball at Gonzaga. During that time Gonzaga and Georgetown Prep did not play each other. Conrad was a captain of the football team at Gonzaga in his senior year. After graduation he went on to play at Hampden Sydney College where he holds multiple records as a receiver and is a member of the Hampden Sydney Athletic Hall of Fame. Conrad has been a part of the staff since 2010. He has been a member of the varsity football staff since 2011 where he has served as Offensive Coordinator, Special Teams Coordinator, and Running Backs Coach. Coach Singh currently has a 7-1 record in this rivalry game going into today.
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