Lacrosse team clinches GRALL title with win over AQ

McQuaid Jesuit Lacrosse completed a season sweep of rival Aquinas Institute last night, winning 15-4. The Knights jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter, and have now clinched back-to-back GRALL titles. Full boxscore available here:

RIP: Richard G. Ensman, ’71

In your prayers, please remember the soul of Richard G. Ensman, ’71 who passed away May 9, 2019. Ensman, Richard G. Chili – Passed away Thursday, May 9, 2019 at age 65. Predeceased by his parents, Richard Sr. and Helen… Read More

Varsity Baseball tops Clarence on Saturday in Extra Innings

McQuaid Jesuit varsity baseball enjoyed another win on their undefeated season this past Saturday…check out the recap from Pickin’ Splinters: McQUAID JESUIT   11 CLARENCE  8    (9 innings) Drew Bailey delivered a bases-loaded two-run double, scoring Jack Beauchamp and Ben… Read More

Spring Sports Post-Season Information

TENNIS Section V Class A Individual Championships: May 8-10, 2019 @ Gates-Chili H.S. @ 3:30 p.m. * May 8 – Jack Redder and Quinn Strassburg won their doubles matches, 10-1 and 10-6, and will advance to Friday’s quarterfinal round. Section… Read More

Students Recognized at Awards Assembly

The annual spring awards ceremony was held April 30 to honor the accomplishments of students throughout the 2018-19 academic year. Among the awards presented were the Knight of the Year, University Award, Sportsmanship Award, Teacher of the Year, and Yearbook… Read More

David Eichas Wins Senior Speech Competition

Pictured left to right: Jonathan Abbott, Jacob Hochadel, Noah Campanelli, David Eichas, Sam Nix, and Kevin Reed The newly renamed “Pamela Stoffel Speech Competition of McQuaid Jesuit” was held Friday, April 26 in Hogenkamp Auditorium. Mrs. Stoffel founded the speech… Read More

JETS Team to Compete at Nationals

Congratulations to the McQuaid JETS team won the NYS TSA TEAMS engineering competition again this year, and has qualified for the National Competition both as NYS winner and by exceeding the minimum total score. More than 100 schools from around… Read More