Athletics

Team Information & Achievements

In 2018-19, for a seventh consecutive year, Benedictine Military School had the No. 1 boys’ athletic program in southeast Georgia! The 2018-19 school year was BC's first season competing in GHSA Class AAA after moving up from Class AA. The Cadets are the top boys’ athletic program in southeast Georgia, according to the Georgia Athletic Directors Association. BC is the best among all boys’ sports in the area for all classifications A-AAAAAAA.

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  • Athletically

    The following Cadets from the BC Class of 2019 signed national letters of intent to play college athletics: Tyler Bland (swimming, U.S. Coast Guard Academy); Will Ducey (golf, Maine Maritime Academy); Jakeen Harris (football, North Carolina State University); Eric Hicks, Jr. (football, Tulane University); Sam Jones (soccer, Winthrop); Thomas Karle (tennis, Queens); Carter Morgan (football, Berry); Victor Nguyen (lacrosse, St. Andrew's); and Chris Taylor (lacrosse, Belmont Abbey).
  • Baseball

    Baseball won the Region 3-AAA championship. Eight Cadets were named to the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams, including Carter Holton, the 2019 All-Greater Savannah Baseball Player of the Year. Holton was selected Savannah's Top Athlete in baseball by the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Basketball

    Basketball had four Cadets on the Savannah Morning News’ all-city teams, including first-teamer Trent Broadnax, Savannah's Most Versatile Male Athlete, according to the newspaper.
  • Color Guard

    Color Guard's Ben Bui, Cameron Landin, Jacob Wood, and Matthew Douberly won the Area 1 region championship and advanced to state.
  • Cross Country

    Cross country placed 19th out of 29 teams at the GHSA Class AAA state championships and third in the Region 3-AAA championships.
  • Drill

    Drill's George Mock and Nick Froude placed second in Dual Rifle Exhibition at the Area 1 region championship and advanced to state.
  • Football

    Football won the Region 3-AAA championship (8-0) and finished 11-2 overall, losing to eventual state champion Cedar Grove in the quarterfinals. BC had 11 Cadets on the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams, including Player of the Year Jakeen Harris, the Savannah Quarterback Club's Offensive Player of the Year. Three Cadets were on the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Teams. Danny Britt was named Region 3-AAA Coach of the Year, Harris was Player of the Year, and 16 Cadets were named All-Region 3-AAA. Four Cadets were chosen ESPN Coastal All-Savannah, including Harris (Player of the Year), who was named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Class AAA All-State Defensive First Team. Harris won the 2018 Finocchiaro Award as Chatham County's top high school football player. Harris was selected Savannah's Top Athlete in football by the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Golf

    Golf won the city championship, advanced to the state tournament, and had five Cadets selected to the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams.
  • Lacrosse

    Lacrosse won the region championship and advanced to the second round of the GHSA playoffs. Aidan Coleman was named Savannah Morning News Lacrosse Player of the Year, Charlie Newman was Offensive Player of the Year, and Chris Taylor was Defensive Player of the Year.
  • Raider team (JROTC)

    Raider team (JROTC) won the region championship, placed second in the state and eighth in the nation our of 24 teams (All-Service), and placed seventh in the nation out of 30 teams (All-Army).
  • Rifle

    Rifle advanced to the first round of the GHSA playoffs.
  • Soccer

    Soccer advanced to the GHSA Class AAA semifinals. Nine Cadets were named to the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams. Six Cadets were named to the All-Region 3-AAA teams, including Offensive Player of the Year Gavin Stewart. Stewart was selected Savannah's Top Athlete in soccer by the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Sport Shooting

    Sport Shooting (competitive Shotgun), in its second season, was led by Jake Summerford, who won a GISA Sport Shooting State Championship.
  • Swimming

    Swimming's Tyler Bland won the GHSA Class 1A-3A Boys Swimming State Championship in the 100-yard breaststroke. Aidan Gaskill was second in the 100-yard butterfly and fourth in the 100-yard backstroke. Bland was the Savannah Morning News' Boys Swimmer of the Year. Gaskill was named to the Savannah Morning News' second team.
  • Tennis

    Tennis won the Region 3-AAA championship, advanced to the Elite Eight, and had two Cadets on the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams.
  • Track & Field

    Track & Field won the Region 3-AAA championship, had four Cadets compete at state, and had four Cadets on the Savannah Morning News' all-city teams.
  • Wrestling

    Wrestling placed second at the Area Duals and advanced to state. BC also placed second in the Region 3-AAA Traditional Tournament, and Gabe Tvrdy and Jake Farthing won region championships.
    • Baseball State Champs

      Baseball State Champs

    • Baseball State Championship Celebration

      Baseball State Championship Celebration

    • Soccer State Champs

      Soccer State Champs

    • Soccer State Champs

      Soccer State Champs

    • Region 2-AA Football Champs

      Region 2-AA Football Champs

    • Tennis State Champs

      Tennis State Champs

    • Baseball State Champs

      Baseball State Champs