Coming off an impressive win against Boyd Anderson last week, St. Thomas Aquinas proved their top ten national ranking as the Raiders rolled to victory against Cardinal Gibbons with a sellout crowd.


Phillip Dorsett
St. Thomas Aquinas


Ernie Soto

St. Thomas Aquinas

Ernie Jo is a back-up linebacker and played on all special teams last season for the Radiers. Ernie Jo carries a 4.527 GPA. He was accompanied by his parents, Ernie and Paula.
William Costa

Cardinal Gibbons

Will is a two-year letterman for the Chiefs. He is a member of numerous clubs and honor societies including Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Student Leadership, and Georgetown University National Youth Leadership. Will is a Silver Knight Nominee and plans to major in pre-med and continue on to medical school. He carries a 4.8 GPA and has logged over 500 hours of community service. He is pictured his parents, John and Lauren.


James White

St. Thomas Aquinas

James was a four-year letterman for the St. Thomas Aquinas football team. During his tenure, he led the Raiders to two state championships and one national championship. He was a standout player for the Aquinas baseball team. After high school, James was offered a football scholarship to the Unversity of Wisconsin. James’ father, Tyrone, received the award on behalf of his son.
Ken Mastrole

Cardinal Gibbons

Ken led the Chiefs to their last victory over Aquinas in 1994, throwing for over 200 yards and three touchdown passes. Ken accepted a scholarship from the University of Maryland, where he went on to become a three-year letterman.


After a scoreless first quarter, the Raiders exploded in the secound behind an impressive effort by Phillip Dorsett. St. Aquinas would continue its roll following the halftime break when senior quarterback Rudock scored on a 6-yard run bringing the score to 21-0. Cardinal Gibbons scored the first touchdown of the season against the Raiders defense. St. Thomas concluded the night scoring a 17-yard play to put the final score at 28-6.