The annual St. John’s and Gonzaga football game is one of the biggest rivalries in all of Washington D.C., with some of the best athletes in the city. The game had to be held at nearby Montgomery Blair High School so that all of the fans would be able to fit; even though there were many fans watching on from outside the sold-out stadium. Fans from both schools came to the game with heavy hearts as a student from Gonzaga HS had lost his life in a car accident the previous week. There was a moment of silence that took place after the National Anthem and all of the boys from Gonzaga wore tribute shirts for their classmate.


Tyree Randolph & Reggie Corbin


Collin Wallish

St. John's

Collin is in his second season as the starting center for St. John ’s. During his time at St. John’s he has taken 6 AP classes and 7 Honors classes. He entered his senior year never having received a grade lower than an ‘A’. Collin has accepted a full scholarship to play football for the University of Delaware.
Sean Fitzgerald


Sean is a 3 year letterman on the varsity football team and a 2 year letterman on the National Champion Varsity rugby team. He was a 3rd team all WCAC selection as a junior. Sean is also a member of Model UN and plans to study political science.


With a spot in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference football playoffs up for grabs, both teams came out with high intensity. St. John’s went into halftime with a 17-6 lead over their rival and looked good as many of Gonzaga’s offensive players left the game with injuries. Gonzaga came out in the second half fired up, however, and rallied by scoring two touchdowns on the ground to give them a 20-17 win.