One of our Arrows is headed for New Jersey.
“The St. Sebastian's Athletic Program aids in fulfilling the school's mission to educate young men in body, mind, and spirit. At St. Sebastian's, athletic competition is viewed as an extension of the classroom where the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and hard work are at the core of everything we instill in our athletes.”
David Hinman, Athletic Director
These members of the Class of 2018 will play sports at their respective colleges and universities.
Will Frisoli '19 was selected to the first team.
Brian Craven '18 and Billy Seidl '19 were recognized for their strong performances this season on the baseball field.
Noah Hanifin '15, Liam Gorman '19, and Riley Hughes '19 were busy during the 2018 NHL Draft on Saturday, June 23.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to recognize its student-athletes for their performance during the spring season.
This is the first time the baseball program has won back-to-back ISL titles.
Arrows golfers win the ISL league title for the third consecutive year and the Kingman Cup for the second consecutive year.
The varsity baseball team traveled to historic Fenway Park, where they hosted league-rival Belmont Hill.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to recognize its student-athletes for their performances during the 2017-2018 winter season.
The Arrows participated in The Good Sports 2018 Invitational, the fifth annual high school basketball event to benefit charity.
Former Arrows hockey player opens up about his recent battle with cancer.
Noah Welch '01 made the USA Olympic Hockey Team and Noah Hanifin '15 was named an NHL All Star.
The Varsity Hockey Team defeated the Catholic Memorial Knights 8-0 in the 24th annual Mutch Cup.
St. Sebastian's recognizes its student-athletes for their performances on the field during the fall season.
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