54th Annual McQuaid Invite a Success

It was a gorgeous day for the 54th running of the McQuaid Invitational, with over 8,000 runners showing up to compete, from various schools across the country.  Click here to go to the Democrat and Chronicle website to read about… Read More

McQuaid Invitational Through the Years

Click here to be taken to a gallery of photos on the Democrat and Chronicle website, from past years of the McQuaid Invitational. The 54th annual race takes place this Saturday, at Genesee Valley Park.  More infomation can be found… Read More

Passero, Beauchamp, Walsh Named Top Performers in Week 3

The varsity football team improved to 3-0 this past Saturday, after a 47-37 victory over St. Joe’s Collegiate Institute. Hunter Walsh went 18-for-30, with 271 yards passing. Mark Passero had 14 carries, 153 yards rushing, 2 rushing touchdowns, 5 catches, and… Read More

Hunter Walsh Named Section V Offensive Player of the Week

Hunter Walsh, ’19, earned the Section V Class AA Offensive Player of the Week for his outstanding performance against Canisius this past Friday. Hunter spearheaded McQuaid Jesuit’s rally from 17-0 to a 42-37 win over fellow Jesuit school Canisius from… Read More

Bobby Bates Earns Coach of the Week Honors

McQuaid varsity football coach, Bobby Bates, was named the Buffalo Bills High School Coach of the Week for week two of the Section V season. The Knights defeated Canisius 42-37 Friday night at McQuaid in an exciting, back-and-forth contest. Sponsored… Read More

Cross Country Team Takes 1st Place at Alfred Meet

McQuaid Jesuit attended the first annual Alfred University cross country invitational on Saturday, September 8.  It was a smaller meet that involved five schools – McQuaid, Addison, Hammondsport, Arkport and Seneca (Erie, PA). The slightly hilly course measured 4 kilometers. … Read More

Football Team Shows Support for Opposing Player

More important than the final score of McQuaid’s varsity football game against Canisius was what took place following the final whistle. After shaking hands, the teams took a knee along their respective 40 yard lines so that the McQuaid captains… Read More