List of 5 news stories.

  • Giuffra, McIntee, Dorflinger, Bink, Butler & More Added to Chapter 27 in the Archives

    New additions going back to Seton Hall's first year more than a century and a half ago take a place in the website Archive Gallery. View the latest chapter here, [scroll down below the pictures for caption information] or learn about the entire Archives Project here.
  • Thanksgiving Prayer Service

    Last Tuesday Seton Hall Prep prepared for Thanksgiving holiday with a Prayer Service in Bayley Seton Auditorium. With the senior class and a couple of freshman groups seated according to Covid19 guidelines Director of Campus Ministry Sharon Rondinella welcomed the assembly with remarks that reminded the students of the diversity not only of our community but also the ways that we can express our gratitude. Tim Murphy offered a prayer of thanksgiving, which was echoed in turn by a dozen other students and teachers in a different language— Andrew Gigantino– Latin; Alexis Mollet– French; Cheusze Li– Chinese; Marco Cadag– Tagalog; Lucas Simone– Spanish; Pietro Tripoli– Italian; Leder Joseph– Creole; Maximilian DeFries– German; Nigel McQueary– Portuguese; Anthony Bucko– Greek; Mr. Mark Vitale– American Sign Language; Fr. Bogumil Misiuk– Polish ... [continues]
  • Pirates Shake Up NJ with an Upset of No. 1 St. Peter's

    Answering St. Peter’s score in overtime, Myles Thomason took a screen pass from Jayden Craig into the end zone, and Nick Conforti hit the game-winning extra point on Monday as the Pirates upset No. 1-ranked St. Peter’s Prep, 26-25.
         St. Peter’s Prep had scored on its opening possession in overtime on a 6-yard run by quarterback Tahj Bullock. The Marauders went for two, but the Pirates defense stopped the attempt inches from the goal line.
    Needing a touchdown and extra point to win, Seton Hall Prep coach Bill Fitzgerald called a screen pass hoping to catch St. Peter’s Prep blitzing. On the first play in overtime, Craig dropped back, finding Thomason, who scampered untouched into the endzone. Nick Conforti nailed the PAT, sending the KAC into a frenzy as the Pirates upset their second top team in the last two seasons...
  • Pirates Are Champions, Storming Past St. Peter's

    Goals by Lucas Ross and Drew Ligotti four minutes apart in the first half gave fourth-seeded Seton Hall Prep, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, the lead it never relinquished as the Pirates stormed past #2 seed St. Peter’s for the NJSIAA Northeast Non-Public title at the Caven Point Athletic Complex in Jersey City. Charles Giordano added an insurance goal when he scored on a penalty kick in the 70th minute and Noah Cueva scored in the 76th minute. Tomas Hut  had three saves and Aidan Batista had one to combine on the shutout, the team’s seventh of the year...
  • Pirates' Schuster, Lucas Goals Upend Top-Seed Bergen Catholic

    In only the ninth game of their twice interrupted season, fourth-seed Seton Hall Prep (6-1-2, #11 in NJ) parlayed a pair of first half goals to take down first-seed Bergen Catholic in the state tournament yesterday in Oradell. David Schuster scored first off a rebound from a shot by Ross, who later scored with assists by Brian Sheehan and Zaiden James. The near-flawless effort by the Pirates featured a smothering defense to stymie the Crusaders (12-3, #14).   [view the photos]
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