Football Begins on August 15th for Sophs, Juniors and Seniors
Freshmen Begin on August 20th
Panther Pride Football Parent Information Night
August 13th, 6:00 - 7:30pm
The football program is hosting a Parent Information Night for all parents of football players, including incoming freshman, on Monday, August 13th in the Healy Theater from 6:00-7:30pm. This is an opportunity for parents to meet our coaching staff, review and receive a copy of the calendar, learn about support opportunities, and understand what equipment your son will need to begin practicing on Wednesday, August 15th.
Please be sure a representative from your family attends to ensure you begin the season with all of the information necessary to have an enjoyable football experience. If you have questions, please contact Program Head Aaron Maul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Panther Pride JV/Varsity Football Begins August 15th at 2:00 pm
All Junior Varsity and Varsity football players will report to fall camp on Wednesday, August 15th at 2:00 pm. We will begin with a team meeting in Ignatius 103, followed by a 3:10-5:30pm practice that day. Athletes are expected to bring their equipment, team gear, and be prepared for practice. If your child has not been issued his helmet and shoulder pads, please have him arrive at 1:30pm to receive his gear.
If you have questions, please contact Program Head Aaron Maul at email@example.com.
Panther Pride Freshman Football Begins August 20th at 2:30 pm
All freshman football players will report to fall camp on Monday, August 20th at 2:30 pm. We will begin with a team meeting in Ignatius 100, followed by a 3:10-5:30 pm practice that day. Athletes are expected to bring their equipment, team gear, and be prepared for practice. If your son has not been issued his helmet and shoulder pads, please have him arrive at 1:30pm to receive his gear.
If you have questions, please contact Program Head Aaron Maul at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Freshman Head Coach Jon Humphrie at email@example.com.
We firmly believe that the football field at Seattle Preparatory School is an extension of the classroom. Our goal is to prepare champions for life and build Christ centered young men of character, with a servant warrior mentality, through the game of football. We will strive to build a program that honors and glorifies our God, our school, our families, and the tradition of Prep football.
The cornerstone of the program is Cura Personalis and love. Ultimately, love wins! We will create an atmosphere in which our student athletes are focused simply on giving their greatest effort, reaching their greatest God-given potential, embrace a blue collar work ethic, and have great discipline. Winning is not the focus, but the by product of doing things the right way.
Coach Aaron Maul graduated Bellarmine Preparatory School in 1992 where he played Quarterback and Linebacker. He was a student athlete at Central Washington University, started at Linebacker on the 1995 National Championship Team, and served as Defensive Team Captain in 1996. He graduated with a B.A. in Public Relations. He returned to Bellarmine Prep to coach and teach for 12 years as a Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator. He spent six years as the Head Coach at Bishop Blanchet. Coach Maul is entering his second year as Head Coach at Prep.
The Panthers won their Class 3A title with a 3.521 GPA while the Raiders won their sport's Class 3A title with a 3.849 GPA. Share story The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) on Thursday announced its academic state champions for fall sports.