Athletics Dept. Shines Spotlight on Multi-Sport Blue Jays

Posted June 12, 2018 / Last updated June 14, 2018

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In the 2017-2018 school year, 41 Blue Jay student-athletes merited the Jesuit High School Multi-Sport Award. The award is a tangible acknowledgement of the dedication and hard work of student-athletes, especially during the summer when they balance the demands of two sports.  It also speaks of students’ willingness to welcome broader interaction and to be open to different roles, experiences, and influences. Jesuit’s athletic department and the administration are extremely grateful to these student-athletes and their families for their ability to juggle multiple sports.

The increase in the number of multi-sport lettermen could not have occurred without the athletic department’s belief in and promotion of the benefits of multi-sport participation. Jesuit’s longtime athletic director, Dave Moreau, offers his thanks to each coach, saying, “Your cooperation among each other and consideration for the student-athlete has been instrumental in providing a setting for multi-sport participation to occur. I thank you for your efforts as they have been very much noticed and truly appreciated.”

Michael Hull '18 and Jonathan Arnold '18, Jesuit's senior three-sport athletes

Michael Hull ’18 and Jonathan Arnold ’18, Jesuit’s senior three-sport athletes

Finally, the athletic department shines a deserving spotlight on two recent graduates of the Class of 2018, who lettered in three sports during their senior year. The senior three-sport athletes for the 2017-18 school year were Jonathan Arnold (Cross Country/Tennis/Track & Field) and Michael Hull (Football/ Basketball/ Track & Field).

2018 Multi-Sport Lettermen


Matt Alexander (Football/Baseball)
Jonathan Arnold (Cross Country/Tennis/Track & Field)
Drew Black (Football/Basketball)
Lee Blosser (Baseball/Tennis)
Garrett Crumb (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Ryan Guillot (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Michael Hull (Football/ Basketball/ Track & Field)
Shane Lanson (Baseball/Soccer)
Henry McAloon (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Collin Miller (Football/Baseball)
Brenner Rauch (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Michael Torry (Football/Baseball)
Jordan Tufts (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Alex Watermeier (Football/Baseball)
Michael Williams (Cross Country/Track & Field)


Matthew Bazile-DeJean  (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Connor Bendeck (Football/Baseball)
Brenden Berggren (Football/Baseball)
Michael Buisson (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Zach DeBlieux (Basketball/ Baseball)
Marc Dougherty (Football/Baseball)
Luke Eccles (Wrestling/ Baseball)
Perry Ganci (Football/ Wrestling)
Jacob Kieff (Football/Wrestling)
Matthew LaCour (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Harrison LeBlanc (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Robert McMahon (Football/ Basketball/ Track & Field)
Owen Melville (Football/Wrestling)
Will Moran (Football/Baseball)
Ashton Perkins (Soccer/ Track & Field)
Willie Robinson (Football/ Track & Field)
Max Scheurich (Football/Soccer)
Jacob Torres (Soccer/ Track & Field)
Noah Varnado (Football/ Basketball)
Freddie Washington (Football/ Basketball/ Track & Field)


Cameron Cancienne (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Joel Guerra (Swimming/ Baseball)
Jimbo Hotard (Football/Wrestling)
Luke LaCour (Cross Country/Track & Field)
Griffin Winn (Cross Country/Track & Field)


Trip Haddad (Football/ Baseball)