List of 5 news stories.

  • After 20 Months—The Prep Returns to Kairos

    After the Covid-created absence of more than a year and a half, the sorely missed Kairos Retreat welcomed 50 Prep students to four days of reflection and prayer, October 19-22, at the Leibenzel Retreat House in Long Valley. The return of Kairos was eagerly anticipated by the many students that missed out on the opportunity last school year due to Covid protocols that prohibited facilities from hosting over-night events like retreats... [continues]
  • Football Pirates' Upset Bid Thwarted in 4th Quarter

    The Pirates’ strong effort that put the team up 28-24 against Bergen Catholic came apart at the end, giving up a pair of late TDs that left them on the short end of the 38-24 final score. The usually potent SHP running attack was held in check for the entire game, with the Prep offense falling back on QB Jaeden Craig’s 19 for 32 passing (287 yds) for three and a half quarters of success. Craig scored on runs of 4, 3 and 3 yards in the first, second and fourth quarters and Miles Thomason hauled in a 57-yard pass for the TD from Craig that gave SHP their last lead.  Thomason finished with 96 receiving yards on 5 catches, with Nick Dunneman grabbing 5 for 68 yards. [view the photos]
  • Pirates Soccer Prevails Over West Orange in Essex County Title Game, 2-0

    A Dave Schuster goal barely six minutes into the game, and a second by Charles Giordano in the waning moments of the game nailed down Seton Hall Prep's 2-0 victory in the Essex County Soccer Championship game last night at Belleville Stadium. It marked The Prep's seventh title overall, and fourth since 2015. • The potent West Orange attack was continually stymied by a refuse-to-break Prep defense manned by Zach Levy, Edward Zazzali, along side Alex Oladapo and Zaiden James. Keeper Aidan Batista came up big, time and time again, with punch-outs of potentially lethal West Orange throw-ins and scrambles in the box. • Head Coach Marty Berman was up against former player Doug Nevins, a 1991 Prep graduate and now the Mountaineer head coach. Nevins played at The Prep with the fathers of a pair of current Prep players- keeper Batista and midfielder Joaquin Niehenke. Seton Hall is now 13-0-1 and ranked No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20. [view the album]
  • Prep Seniors Head Out on a Day of Service

    Last Wednesday, while The Prep’s freshmen were at their once postponed Retreat and the sophomores and juniors took their PSATs, the 235 seniors headed out to more than a dozen venues in northern New Jersey on a Day of Service. Their efforts included the packaging of 2000 bags of pasta at Hillside’s Community Food Bank; the transport of 200 sandwiches to and cleaning of the church at St. John’s; the deep-cleaning of the Paterson Diocese group home; entertainment for residents at West Orange’s Canterbury Nursing home; delivery of food to Newark’s Mercy House; letter writing for the Prep’s Veterans Support Organization; litter collection and clean-up at the Kelly Athletic Complex; card writing for “First Friends,” an organization supporting asylum seekers and people in detention; and preparation and packaging of 10,000 food and vitamin packets to be sent by RISE Against Hunger to Haiti and Africa... [continues]
     
  • No. 3 Pirates' Early Scores Put Away Delbarton, 34-21

    Led by Jaden Craig's 274 yards on 15 for 25 passing and Myles Thomason's 102 yards on 26 carries, the No. 3 Pirates put up 34 points to No. 13 Delbarton's 21 in yesterday's victory in Morristown. Nick Dunneman hauled in 8 of Craigs passes for 153 yards and a TD, while Mason Mac had 3 catches for 56 yards and a pair of scores. Nick Conforti led off the scoring with an opening possession 30-yard field goal, and finished off the Prep's scoring in the 3rd period with another 22-yarder. He added four PATS after Seton Hall's four TDs in the second quarter. The defense relied on James Palaia and Jackson Dowd, with 12 and 13 tackles/assists respectively, with Kelvin Williams, Matt Monteleone, Issiah Gordon and Darren Burton in on action which held Delbarton in check for most of the game. [view the photos]
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