Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast High School Senior, Inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame (Delaware County Chapter)

Friday, December 12th

Quinn Dolan, Class of 2015 from Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast High School (Delaware County), was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame (Delaware County Chapter).  The evaluation committee selects from an elite group of athletes based on scholarship, athletics and service.  Quinn’s character embodies all three of these qualities.  As a scholar, Quinn ranks at the top of his class and is a member of HI-Q, Mathletes and the National Honor Society.  As an athlete, he served as golf team captain for his sophomore, junior and senior year and earned team MVP and All-Catholic honors.  He also competed on the baseball and lacrosse teams.  In the area of service, Quinn is the President of the Community Service Corps, Vice President of Student Council and a Student Ambassador leader.  He created a series of month-long projects designed to help those less fortunate in the community and volunteers with the Mid-Atlantic Blind Golfers Association.

Dr. Tracey Rush, Principal of Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast High School, in response to Quinn’s accomplishment said, “We are so incredibly proud of Quinn – both the young man that he is today and what we know he will accomplish in all his future endeavors!”

He is pictured with former NFL coach and Guest Speaker, Earle Mosley III during the hall of fame dinner.