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“Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best” – Tim Duncan

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The Holy Spirit Athletic program is a great opportunity for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students to have fun, learn teamwork and challenge their athletic abilities. It is our goal that through participation that we will prepare our students for a lifetime of service to others.

Our program focuses on building and developing teamwork, strength of character and a commitment to excellence. Student athletes are expected to place academic commitment above athletic participation, and must maintain passing grades in all subjects to be eligible to play. Grades are checked at mid-nine weeks and the end of a grading quarter. Athletes are expected to attend all practices and athletic contests for their sport throughout the season. A student who is absent from school or considered absent is not eligible to participate in either practice or a game on the day of the day of the absence.

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Every athlete is expected to represent the school with pride and follow our rules of conduct as they compete. A physical examination form must be completed and approved by your doctor before any student can participate in any sport activity.

The following sports are offered:

  • Cross Country/Track

For more information about the Holy Spirit Athletic Program, please Athletic Director, Chloe Juarez .

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Holy Spirit participates in the inter-school leagues established by the Catholic School Athletic Association (CSAA), including the following:

Fall Sports: Girls Volleyball, Girls 5-8 Flag Football, Boys Football, Cross Country, Tennis Clinic, Fall Field Hockey 5-8, Junior Flag Football, Junior girls Volleyball, and Junior Soccer

Winter Sports: Basketball, Junior basketball, and Cheerleading

Spring: Swimming, Lacrosse, Soccer, Track, Tennis, Golf, Field Hockey, Boys Volleyball, Junior Soccer, and Junior Boys Volleyball.

Junior sports are K-2.

Athletics at Holy Spirit are supported solely from the annual fundraising efforts including the Athletic Raffle, receipts from concession stands, and fees charged for each sport. Fees cover the a majority of the expenses incurred by the Athletic Program which includes CSAA league fees, uniforms, awards, tournaments as well as purchase and maintenance of equipment for each team. The Athletic Committee will attempt to cover expenses not covered by fees.

ALL sports fees must be submitted and paid at the time of signing up. NO player will be allowed to participate in practice/and or games until the sports fee is paid. A hardship fee wavier can be requested through the Athletic Director.

CSAA requires ALL athletes attend Holy Spirit School or be an active participating member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Student athletes who do not attend Holy Spirit School must be actively participating in the mandated religious education program at the parish.

To receive email updates on athletics and to registration for sports, please create an account on GameDay with your child’s information.  If you have any additional questions, please contact Tom Garner, Athletic Director, at [email protected] or (502) 641-8338.

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Highlights from 2021-22 

Fall Field Hockey Runner up

Cross Country CSAA Champions

Girls 5/6 Basketball Runner up

Boys 5/6 Basketball Runner up

Girls Lacrosse Champions

Track Jr Champions

5/6 Girls Soccer Champions

5/6 Boys Soccer Runner up

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Hss offers a wide arrange of sports activities including track & field, cross country, basketball and volleyball. with an active assortment of volunteer sports activities, our kids get the best experiences with individual and team dynamics. , about cyo sports activities.

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You can register for any of the following Holy Spirit School CYO Sports at our registration page 


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At Holy Spirit Preparatory School, we consider sports to be an integral part of the school’s mission. Sports allow for the integral formation of body and soul, developing character and virtue and building athletic and intellectual prowess. Students are taught the value of cooperation, sacrifice, and sportsmanship and are provided with opportunities to cultivate and exercise leadership skills. HSP has partnered with Play Like a Champion to aid in this mission for our coaches and families.

We currently offer opportunities for our students to participate in numerous varsity, junior varsity, Middle School, and Lower School sports. Athletes can play on more than one team at Holy Spirit Preparatory School; a year-round commitment to one sport is not required.

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Erik Richmond

Coordinator of student activities, athletic accomplishments.

Our teams have achieved great success over the years, and some of our students have continued to compete at the collegiate level, an accomplishment of which we are very proud.

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Maria Insalaca

Assistant to the coordinator of student activities.

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Kristina Wilhelm

Director of athletics.

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Morgan Gallagher

Athletics and communications associate, lower school sports.

Holy Spirit Preparatory School offers Fall, Winter and Spring sports for our K-5th grade students in basketball, cheerleading, soccer, and tennis. Typically, practices occur immediately after school, with games on the weekends during the season. We’re always looking for additional volunteer coaches to share their love and passion for each sport with our youngest athletes.

Visit the Lower School Athletics for sports updates.

Middle School Sports

In grades 6-8th, students can begin participating in many other competitive sports. 8th grade students are eligible to try out for some Varsity teams per GISA regulations.

  • Basketball (Boys and Girls teams)
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country (Boys and Girls teams)
  • Soccer (Boys and Girls teams)
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High School Sports

In grades 9-12th, students can continue to compete in a variety of sports.

  • Basketball (Varsity Boys, JV Boys, and Varsity Girls)
  • Co-Ed Clay Targets
  • Cross Country (Boys and Girls)
  • Game Day Cheerleading
  • Sideline Cheerleading (Varsity and JV)
  • Soccer (Boys and Girls)
  • Swimming (Boys and Girls)
  • Tennis (Boys and Girls)
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  • Volleyball (Varsity and JV)

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Athletic achievements.

At Holy Spirit Preparatory School, we are proud of our student athletes and all they’ve accomplished – not only during their time on our campus, but also as they continue to pursue sports at colleges across the country.

All-region players: 2016, 2017, 2019, 2021, 2022

State playoff appearances: 2019, 2021

Dunwoody Senior League playoff appearance: 2022

First place in regular season, Dunwoody Senior League: 2014

College Athletes

Vinny Antinori ('18), Emmanuel College

Nick Maddox ('18), Toccoa Falls College

Varsity Boys

State champion: 2017, 2018

State runner-up: 2019

State tournament Final Four: 2007

State tournament Elite Eight: 2016, 2021, 2022

Region champion: 2016, 2017, 2018

Region runner-up: 2007, 2011, 2019

All-state players: 2016-2019, 2021, 2022

All-region players: 2009-2022

State playoff appearances: 2005, 2006, 2011, 2012

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All- American - Kyle Jones (‘22): 2021

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-American - Steven Akwiwu (‘23): 2022

Varsity Girls

State champion: 2019, 2022

State runner-up: 2018

State tournament Final Four: 2021

State tournament Elite Eight: 2013

Region champion: 2013, 2017-2022

Region runner-up: 2012

All-state players: 2016, 2018-2022

State playoff appearances: 2009, 2011-2015

NHSCA First Team Academic All-American - Ella Boye (‘22), Isabella Rameriez (‘25): 2022

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All- American - Ella Boyle (‘22), Laila Baker (‘22): 2021

Middle School Boys

MAAC region tournament appearances: 2015-2021

Middle School Girls

Ella Boyle (‘22), East Tennessee State University

Olivia Tucker ('20), Young Harris University

Kemia Ward ('20), Austin Peay University

Anthony Edwards ('19), University of Georgia

Miles Wallace ('19), Virginia Wesleyan University

Michaiah Jeremiah ('19), Reinhardt University

Georgii Maslennikov ('18), DePaul University

Kamani Johnson ('18), University of Arkansas Little Rock

Jerique Walker ('17): Cardinal Stritch University

McKenzie Jones ('11): Sewanee: The University of the South

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State championship appearance: 2021

Lauren Bohling ('16), Georgia Tech

State meet appearances: 2017 - 2021

Region champion: 2010, 2011

Region runner-up: 2020, 2021

State meet appearances: 2005-2011, 2015-2017, 2020, 2021

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-American - Davis Braun (‘24): 2002

State runner-up: 2011, 2014

State semi-finalist: 2013

Region individual champion: Isabella Ramirez, 2021

Region champion: 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014

Region runner-up: 2008, 2009, 2012, 2018

State meet appearances: 2005-2018, 2021

Ryan Doyle ('12): Wofford College

Cole Watson ('12): Wofford College

Hannah Meadows ('12): U.S. Naval Academy

Varsity (GISA)

State quarter-finalist: 2008

Region champion: 2007, 2021

Region runner-up: 2006

All-state players: 2008, 2009, 2021

All-region players: 2008, 2009, 2014-2017, 2020, 2021

State playoff appearances: 2006-2009, 2015, 2021

Varsity (GFC)

State champion: 2011

State playoff appearances: 2012

GAPPS semifinalist: 2019

GAPPS district playoff appearances: 2015-2018, 2021

Conner McKittrick ('19): U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Andy Moots ('12): Sewanee: The University of the South

Curtis Johnson ('09): Sewanee: The University of the South

Constantine Giannopoulos ('09): Hargrave Military Academy, Florida Institute of Technology

Max Jones ('08): Sewanee: The University of the South

Varsity Boys and Girls

Region champion: 2007, 2010

Region runner-up: 2006, 2008, 2012, 2021

State playoff appearances: 2005-2016, 2021

Individual region low-medalists: Charles Genner (2007); Ben Verlander (2010)

MAAC Region appearances: 2015-2021

State champion: 2021, 2022

State runner-up: 2012, 2019

State semi-finalist: 2006, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2017

State quarter-finalist: 2010, 2013

Region champion: 2006, 2011-2014, 2021, 2022

Region runner-up: 2009, 2010, 2015-2017, 2019

All-state players: 2008, 2010-2019, 2021, 2022

All-region players: 2008, 2010-2019, 2021, 2022

U.S. Youth Soccer Goalie “Save of the Year”: Luke Whelan, 2012

State playoff appearances: 2004, 2005, 2015, 2016

GICCA state champion: 2018-2019

GAPPS district champion: 2021-2022

State runner-up: 2022

State semi-finalist: 2014-2016, 2019, 2021

State quarter-finalist: 2008, 2011-2013

Region champion: 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2019, 2021, 2022

Region runner-up: 2008, 2009, 2013, 2016, 2017

All-state players: 2007-2019, 2021, 2022

All-region players: 2007-2019, 2021, 2022

State playoff appearances: 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

GICCA state appearances: 2018, 2019

GAPPS district appearances: 2021, 2022

Natalie Olsen ('21): Northeastern University

John Michael Torres ('19): Central Connecticut State University

Allie Bertany ('17): Berry College

Megan Radosta ('15): Berry College Recipient of GISA Morris C. Johnson Academic Athlete Award Recipient of Georgia Soccer Phil Woosnam Soccer Scholarship

Selina Kelete ('14): Emory University at Oxford

Mia Voss ('14): Queens University

Luke Whelan ('14): Belmont Abbey College

Celso Torres ('12): Washington University, St. Louis

Brianna Ryce ('12): DePaul University

Louie Brann ('12): Harvey Mudd College

Kali Higgins ('10): Benedictine College

Megan Spitler ('09): University of North Georgia

State champion: 2018, 2019

State runner-up: 2020-2022

NHSCA First Team Academic All-American - Adam Marshall (‘22), Jacob Wilhelm (‘23): 2022

NHSCA First Team Academic All-American - Adam Marshall (‘22), Jacob Wilhelm (‘23): 2021

NHSCA Second Team Academic All-American - Andrew Olsen (‘24): 2022

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-American - Graeme Marshall (‘25): 2022

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-American - Micah Gunderson (‘22): 2021

State meet appearances: 2018-2022

NHSCA Second Team Academic All-American - Olivia Arnold (‘22) , Analise Oliver (‘23): 2021

NHSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-American - Riess Estep (‘24): 2021

MAAC state champion: 2022

GISA state meet appearances: 2018-2022

MAAC state meet appearance: 2022

GISA state meet appearances: 2018, 2020-2022

State singles champion: Mike Nelson, 2006

State champion: 2006

State semi-finalist: 2019

Region champion: 2006, 2011

Region runner-up: 2007, 2008, 2021, 2022

State tournament appearances: 2018, 2021, 2022

State singles champion: Sabina Grigorian, 2017; Erin McGrath, 2021, 2022

State semi-finalist: 2017, 2019, 2021, 2022

Region champion: 2006, 2021, 2022

Region runner-up: 2007, 2008

State tournament appearances: 2021, 2022

MAAC region appearance: 2015-2021

MAAC region appearance: 2015-2022

Sabina Grigorian ('18): Villanova University

Nelson Tyer Jones ('18): Sewanee: University of the South

Bradley Tyer Jones (‘21): Sewanee: University of the South

Jessica Cocks ('11): Ave Maria University

Ben Dashiell ('09): Monmouth University

Region Individual Champion: Davis Braun - 3200m, 2022

Region champion: 2006, 2008, 2011

Region runner-up: 2007

State meet appearances: 2004-2012, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022

MAAC region meet appearances: 2015-2022

State champion: Kira Taylor - High Jump, 2021-2022

Region individual champion: Kira Taylor - High Jump, 2021-2022

Region champion: 2008

State meet appearances: 2004-2012, 2015-2019, 2021, 2022

NHSCA Second Team Academic All-American - Kira Taylor (‘23): 2022

Chris Sickafoose ('12): Shorter University

Region champion: 2017

All-state players: 2013, 2017

All-region players: 2008-2022

State playoff appearances: 2009, 2012-2018

MAAC Region runner-up: 2022

MAAC Region Appearances: 2016-2021

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Athletic Booster Club

Support our student-athletes by joining the Holy Spirit Prep Athletic Booster Club!

The Holy Spirit Prep Athletic Booster Club has one goal – to enhance the experience of our student athletes on all three campuses. The HSP Athletic Booster Club funds will enhance our budget, allowing us to provide supplemental equipment, coaching, and programs to improve the athletics experience for all our students. These funds will be obtained through HSP Athletic Booster Club memberships, athletics-specific donations, spirit gear sales, event tickets, and concession sales.

The HSP Athletic Booster Club recognizes that participation in school athletics benefits everyone. In addition to financial support, the HSPABC promotes opportunities to build and strengthen relationships among all constituencies through the enthusiastic participation of volunteers, students, coaches, parents, school faculty and staff, sponsors, community members, alumni, and grandparents.

Athletic Booster Club signups for 2023-2024 coming soon!

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*If your student is interested in our athletics programs, they must have a completed physical form on file before trying out for any sport.  

Holy Spirit  Catholic School offers the following Sports and Activites:  

Soccer:   November-February, boys and girls, grades 5-8,  tryouts required

Softball:   March-May, grades 5-8, separate teams for boys and girls, tryouts required

Basketball:  August-October, grades 5-8, boys team and girls’ team, tryouts required  

Cheerleading:  August-October, grades 5-8, tryouts required

Volleyball:  November-January, girls grades 5-8, tryouts required

Christian Meditation Club: All year. Grades 5-8. Wednesday mornings at 7:30 AM in the 3rd grade classroom, see Mrs. Minchew for a permission slip. Rosary Club:   All year, Wednesday mornings at 7:30 AM in the Church, grades K-8th, permission slip required.

Drama Club:   All year, grades 4-8 - permission slip required.

School Choir:   All year, grades 3-8, practice Thursday mornings before Mass, permission slip required.

Tree Huggers:   All year, grades 3-8 - permission slip required

Run/Walk Club:   Thursday afternoons for students grades 4-8; must have a signed permission slip 

Brain Brawl:  For National Jr. Honor Society and/or 8th or 7th grade students

Battle of the Books:   An intra-diocese competition for middle school students; tryouts required

Youth Group:  An active "Edge" middle school group - meets most Sundays from 12:30-2:30 PM in the gym.  Contact Mary Bringhurst at the Church office for more info 641-7244 Student Government:  elected student leadership, grades 4-8


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