Football - Varsity
Scott Ripley | profile
Scott is entering his fifth year at St. Paul's School as the Assistant Director of Athletics. He will also be a member of the Middle School Physical Education Department. While at St. Paul's, his duties will include coaching football, baseball and coordinating activities in the fitness center. Prior to his arrival at St. Paul's, he spent twenty two years as a police officer in the Baltimore City Police Department. He is a former physical education teacher at the Ascension School in Halethorpe, Maryland. Scott was the former head football coach at the Cardinal Gibbons School in East Baltimore. While at Gibbons, he led the Crusaders to a 2000 MIAA “B" Conference football Championship. During his tenure at Gibbons, he worked as a Co-Athletic Director and an Assistant Athletic Director. He has spent time coaching football at Loyola Blakefield and the Gilman School. He is currently the Vice President of the Baltimore Touchdown Club which is a high school football coaches association. He is also the coordinator for TEAM MARYLAND which participates in the BIG 33 All-Star Football game which is played in Hershey, PA each June. Scott was a member of the St. Paul's coaching staff that won back to back Varsity Football Championships in 2012 and 2013. Scott and his wife Mary Beth have two daughters Brooke and Mackenzie. The Ripley's currently reside in Halethorpe, Maryland.
Jamal Johnson | profile
Cornelius Keenan | profile
Neil was born and raised in Baltimore. He graduated from Towson Catholic High School and earned his Sports Management degree from Davis and Elkins College in 1992. Prior to coming to SP in 1993, Neil taught at Harlem Park Middle School. At SP he has worked as equipment manager, pre-first grade assistant teacher, and currently as a Lower School physical education coordinator and teacher. He is the offensive coordinator for Varsity football, JV basketball coach, and JV lacrosse assistant coach. Neil enjoys sports, traveling and spending time with his wife, Melodie, and two sons, Andrew and Jack.