BRYN MAWR – St. Aloysius Academy’s junior varsity and varsity football teams were invited to play in the Archdiocesan Coaches’ Bowl for the first time on Saturday, Nov. 15. Although the varsity lost 14-12 to St. Margaret, Narberth, coach Leo Carlin said he was very proud of the boys “even though a lot of our regulars were out due to injuries, the kids on the field still managed to almost win. It was a great season.”##M;[read more}##
The junior varsity won the Coaches Bowl, defeating Sts. Simon and Jude 33-13. “The junior varsity is a group of boys who are, for the most part, outsized and out-gunned,” Carlin said. “They play for each other.”
Players and coaches dedicated the game to their quarterback, sixth grader Leo Carlin III, the head coach’s son who was recently diagnosed with lymphoma.
St. Aloysius Academy Varsity: Mike Cenci, Sean Sweeney, Sam Ramagano, Mike Panichelli, Matt McLaughlin, Jack Hogue, Connor McNulty, Alex Carre, Tyler Chambers, Connor Garvey, Anthony Angelucci, Matt Brown Nick Coppa, Brendan Duffy, Nick Palumbo, Quinn Kensey Gabe Cordes, Robert D’Anjollel and Luke Pinto.
Junior Varsity: Leo Carlin, Ken Schuster, Justin Cech, Jack Hagan, Gabe Pallante, Magnus Sims, Doug Corsi, Gavin Chambers, Stephen Bradley, Mike Miller, Tim O’Brien, Conard Smith, John McMahon, Chad Luzzi, Tim Cannon, Mike D’Anjollel, Dan McCallister, Vince Martino, John Snee, Marty McGuckin, Ryan McNulty, Sam Stroud, Kyle Schuster, John Papandon, Shane Gibson, Keenan Carlin, Thomas Sweeney, Mike Gormley, Kyle Sacchetta, Chris Quaid, Chris Brown, Patrick Finley and Tim Irvine.
Head coach: Leo Carlin. Assistant coaches: Vince Angelucci, Jerome Cech, Mike Cenci, Robert D’Anjollel, Robert Gibson, Tim Chambers and Michael Hogue.
In a time to build, CatholicPhilly.com connects people and communities
As society emerges from the loss and separation of the pandemic, CatholicPhilly.com works to strengthen the connections between people, families and communities every day by delivering the news people need to know about the Catholic Church, especially in the Philadelphia region, and the world in which we live.
By your donation in any amount, you join in our mission to inform, form in the Catholic faith and inspire the thousands of readers who visit every month.
Here is how you can help:
- A $100 gift allows us to present award-winning photos of Catholic life in our neighborhoods.
- A $50 gift enables us to cover a news event in a local parish, school or Catholic institution.
- A $20 gift lets us obtain solid faith formation resources that can deepen your spirituality and knowledge of the faith.
- A small, automated monthly donation means you can support us continually and easily.
Won't you consider making a gift today?
Please join in the church's vital mission of communications by offering a gift in whatever amount that you can ― a single gift of $40, $50, $100, or more, or a monthly donation. Your gift will strengthen the fabric of our entire Catholic community.
Make your donation by credit card here:
Or make your donation by check:
222 N. 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103