Athletics

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  • Baseball

    Benedictine's baseball team advanced to the 2022 GHSA Class AAAA state semifinals, won the Region 3-AAAA championship, and finished with a 30-8 record. Justin Thomas signed with the University of Georgia's baseball program. Thomas was selected to the South Georgia Big 10 by Georgia Dugout Club Preview Magazine. Charles Pulaski signed with Berry College. BC Baseball Head Coach Kevin Farmer '92 was selected as the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Baseball Coach of the Year and first-team selections were Justin Thomas, Parker McCoy, Kam Edge, and Ben Hollerbach. Second-team selections were Charles Pulaski, Landon Ludwig, Carter Welch, and Clay Dean. Honorable mention selections were Kaden Tuten, Robert Carver, and Grayson Britt. The Georgia Dugout Preview 2022 Coaches All-Region 3-AAAA Baseball Team of the Year was BC, Justin Thomas was Player of the Year, Kevin Farmer '92 was Coach of the Year, first-team selections were Parker McCoy, Landon Ludwig, Kaden Tuten, Carter Welch, Kam Edge, Ben Hollerbach, Clay Dean, and Charles Pulaski, and second-team selections were Grayson Britt and Robert Carver.
  • Basketball

    Benedictine's basketball team advanced to the second round of the GHSA Class AAAA playoffs and finished with a 16-7 record. The Cadets entered the game having won nine consecutive games and 13 of their previous 15 games. BC beat Cairo, 69-52, in the first round of the state playoffs. BC won both the Region 3-AAAA tournament championship and the Region 3-AAAA regular-season championship. Frank Williams was selected as the Region 3-AAAA Boys Basketball Coach of the Year, Christiaan Neely was the Region 3-AAAA Co-Player of the Year, and all-region selections were Jamel Mainer, LaDon Bryant, and Caleb Jones.
  • Bass Fishing

  • Color Guard

    Benedictine’s Color Guard team continuously led the opening ceremony charge through the presentation of Colors at all home football games held at Memorial Stadium. In addition, the team displayed citizenship and helped foster BC’s community partnership by participating in civic events such as the Veterans Day Parade, the Investiture of the Grand Marshal, the Celtic Cross, Savannah’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the National Maritime Day Celebration, and support to local feeder schools, just to name a few. The team further showcased its talent by placing third in the region in the Color Guard event during the Regional Drill Meet, qualifying to compete at the Georgia State Drill Competition. Members of the team worked tirelessly over the summer by attending drill camp to further sharpen their skills, and they look forward to continued support of the BC community.
  • Cross Country

    Benedictine's cross country team placed 12th out of 28 teams in the GHSA Class AAAA state championship 5K run, and won the Region 3-AAAA championship . Freshman John Dodson was selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Cross Country Second Team. Kadin Dibkey and Harrison Montavon were honorable-mention selections.
  • Drill

    Benedictine's drill team was consistently competitive throughout the JROTC 6th Brigade Area season. The highly initiative-taking team will return all 11 members for the 2023 season. Through their dedication and commitment, BC's drill team placed fifth out of 11 area schools at the Regional Drill Meet on the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern. The drill team members received additional training from the nationally acclaimed instructors of Drill Dynamics, Inc. Cadets worked tirelessly throughout the summer on the fundamentals of exhibition (rifle spinning) and the precision of squad drill and exhibition. 
  • Football

    Benedictine's football team won the 2021 GHSA Class AAAA state championship, defeating Carver-Columbus, 35-28, at Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta. It was the Cadets' third state championship under head coach Danny Britt. BC won the Class AA state championship in 2016 and 2014. BC won the Region 3-AAAA championship. Britt was named the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Class AAAA Football Coach of the Year, Holden Geriner was named the AJC's Offensive Player of the Year. AJC first-team offensive selections were Geriner, Justin Thomas, and Za'Quan Bryan. Holden Sapp was an AJC first-team defensive selection. The 2021 Georgia High School Football Daly Class AAAA All-State Team included Geriner (also the Offensive Player of the Year), Thomas, Bryan, and Sapp. Britt was Coach of the Year. The ESPN Savannah All-Savannah 2021 Football Team included Geriner, Thomas, Kam Edge, Bryan, Brian Johnson, Bryce Baker, Sapp, Mac Kromenhoek, and Ben Hollerbach. Geriner was selected to compete in the UnderArmour All-America Game. The Savannah Morning News' 2021 All-Greater Savannah Defensive Football Team included first-teamers Sapp, Mac Kromenhoek, Cole Semien, Baker, and Hollerbach; second-teamers Michael Smith and Luke Kromenhoek; and honorable mention selections Lamont Mitchell, Jakobe Gadsden, Henry Hale, and Wilkes Albert. The Savannah Morning News' 2021 All-Greater Savannah Offensive Football Team included first-teamers Geriner, Thomas, Bryan, Edge, Johnson, Drew Morin, and Asher Sigmon; and second-teamer Shayne Strickland. Britt was named the Savannah Morning News' 2021 All-Greater Savannah Football Coach of the Year. Thomas was named to the Touchdown Club of Atlanta All-Star Team. The GPB All-Finals Football Team included Michael Smith (Most Outstanding Defensive Player, First-Team Defensive Line), Geriner (First-Team Quarterback), Thomas (First-Team Running Back); Morin (First-Team Offensive Line); and second-teamers Bryan and Baker. The 2021 GPB Sports Offensive All-Stars were Geriner and Thomas. BC received the Georgia High School Football Daily Team of the Week Award for its performance in a 49-42 victory over Ware County. Geriner was chosen to compete in the Elite 11 Finals. The All-Region 3-AAAA team included Thomas (Player of the Year), Geriner (Offensive Player of the Year), Sapp (Defensive Player of the Year), First-Team Offense selections Edge, Bryan, Johnson, Morin, Sigmon; First-Team Defensive selections Semien, Smith, Baker, Mac Kromenhoek, Hollerbach; Second-Team Offensive selections Mitchell, Hale, Strickland; Second-Team Defensive selection Luke Kromehoek; and honorable mention selections Jeremiah Thomas, Albert, Nyle Rehman, and Hudson Grove. The Savannah Morning News' 2021 All-Greater Savannah Defensive Team included first-teamers Sapp, Mac Kromehoek, Semien, Baker, and Hollerbach; second-teamers Smith and Luke Kromenhoek; and honorable mention selections Mitchell, Gadsden, Hale, and Albert. The Savannah Morning News' 2021 All-Greater Savannah Offensive Football Team included Geriner, Thomas, Bryan, Johnson, Morin, Edge, and Sigmon; and second-teamer Strickland. Britt was named 2021 All-Greater Savannah Football Coach of the Year. Thomas won the Finocchiaro Award for the second consecutive year. The 2021 Georgia High School Football Daily Class AAAA All-State Team included Geriner (also Offensive Player of the Year), Thomas, Bryan, Sapp, and Britt (Coach of the Year). The Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Class AAAA All-State Team included Britt (Coach of the Year), Geriner (Offensive Player of the Year), Sapp (Defensive Player of the Year), Thomas, Morin, Bryan, and Mac Kromehoek. The Savannah Morning News' Boys Athlete of the Year was Thomas (who also was the Baseball Player of the Year and the Most Outstanding Football Player. The Savannah Morning News' Boys Overall Coach of the Year was Britt. The Savannah Morning News' Boys Team of the Year was the Benedictine football team. The Savannah Morning News' Football Defensive Player of the Year was Sapp. The Savannah Morning News' Football Offensive Player of the Year was Geriner. The Savannah Quarterback Club's Offensive Player of the Year was Geriner. The Savannah Quarterback Club's Defensive Player of the Year was Sapp. The Savannah Quarterback Club's Team of the Year was Benedictine. Geriner signed with Auburn University. Thomas signed with the University of Georgia’s baseball program. Sapp and Edge signed with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point (Army). Gadsden signed with The Citadel. Mac Kromenhoek, who signed with Massachusetts Maritime Academy, was the recipient of the inaugural Abbie DeLoach Foundation and Savannah Quarterback Club Scholar Athlete Leadership Award. Hollerbach signed as a preferred walk-on with Georgia Tech.
  • Golf

    Benedictine's golf team placed third in the GHSA Class AAAA state championship. Nicholas Scarano was selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Golf First Team. Hank Tollison and Whit Watson were second-team selections, and Clay Massey, Michael Slatinsky, and Haddon Watson were honorable mention selections. BC placed second in the Area 3-AAAA championship.
  • Lacrosse

    Benedictine's lacrosse team advanced to the second round of the GHSA playoffs and won the area championship. First-year head coach Dustin White '14 was selected as the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Lacrosse Coach of the Year, first-team selections were Kiva Twoguns, Calvin Rose, Kyen Argentinis, Riley Wilson, Brian Johnson, and Payne Watson, second-team selection was Drew Landis, and honorable mention selections were Liam Hogan and Trey Zanone. Among the highlights was BC's 9-8 double-overtime victory over Whitewater in White's debut as the Cadets' head coach, BC's 9-8 triple-overtime victory over St. Pius X, and BC's 16-0 victory over Savannah Christian. Charlie Iannone was chosen to wear the No. 10 BC lacrosse jersey of the late Ricky McAllaster, son of Mr. Dick and Mrs. Elison McAllaster. Kyen Argentinis, recipient of the No. 10 Ricky McAllaster jersey the previous year, selected Iannone and presented the No. 10 jersey to him to wear during the 2023 BC lacrosse season.
  • Raider team (JROTC)

    Benedictine's Raider Challenge team finished as the state runner-up. The Cadets won the area championship.
  • Rifle

    Benedictine's rifle team advanced to the GHSA Sectionals before losing, 1124-1096, to top-seeded Ridgeland High School. The Cadets were led by team captain and lone senior Henry Ollenburg, who shot a 285. Other qualifying shooters for BC were James Thompson (277), Aidan Rachael (275), and Fischer Landon (259).
  • Soccer

    Benedictine's soccer team advanced to the GHSA Class AAAA quarterfinals and won the Region 3-AAAA championship. BC Soccer Head Coach Charlie Moore was selected as the Savannah Morning News' 2022 All-Greater Savannah Boys Soccer Coach of the Year, first-team selections were Phillip Sheppard, Liam McClimans, and Asher Sigmon, and honorable mention selections were Ryan Fabrizio, Andrew Kuyoth, Bo McNamara, Will Abbott, and Sam LeCates.
  • Sport Shooting

    Benedictine's sport shooting team won the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) state championship for a second consecutive season. Jackson Schaaf won High Overall Individual Shooter in the state. Schaaf committed to Georgia Southern University's clay target team.
  • Swimming

    Benedictine was represented at the GHSA state swimming championships by Reese Whelan, Calvin Brown, Kadin Dibkey, and Ethan Dibkey. Whelan placed second in the 100-yard breaststroke (59.41) and fourth in the 200-yard individual medley (1:58.78). Kadin Dibkey placed seventh in the 200-yard individual medley (1:59.88) and third in the 500-yard freestyle (4:50.40). Reese Whelan signed with Florida Southern's swimming program.
  • Tennis

    Benedictine's tennis team advanced to the GHSA Class AAAA quarterfinals and won the Region 3-AAAA championship. Liam Hegarty was selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Tennis First Team. Alex Rhangos, Josh Sussman, Alden Horton, Pace Gustinella, and Graydon Gustinella were honorable mention selections.
  • Track & Field

    Benedictine's track and field team won the Region 3-AAAA championship. John Dodson and Na'Seir Samuel were honorable mention selections on the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Track and Field Team. Amari Addison signed with Suffolk University's track and field program.
  • Wrestling

    Benedictine's wrestling team was led by Shayne Strickland, who placed third in the state in the 182-pound division. Five Cadets placed in the top six at sectionals to qualify for state: Strickland (3rd, 182 pounds); Walker Jenkins (5th, 106); Gabe Tvrdy (5th, 126); Connor Desautels (5th, 132); and Calvin Brown (5th, 160). It was the most Cadets that BC had qualify for the state tournament in one season in more than 10 years, BC Wrestling Head Coach Joe Tvrdy said. BC won the Region 3-AAAA championship for a third consecutive season. The Cadets won the Region 3-AAAA individual tournament for a third consecutive season, placing first in seven of 14 weight classes. Region champions were Gabe Tvrdy (126 pounds), Connor Desautels (132), Xander Argentinis (138), Kaz Meriwether (145), Calvin Brown (160), and Shayne Strickland (182). Runners-up were Walker Jenkins (106), Val Magliulo (170), and Caden Singleton (220). Kenyan Hubbard placed fourth (195).
    • 2020 Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) Sporting Clays State Champs

    • 2019-20 Raider State Champs

    • 2018 GHSA Baseball State Champs

    • 2018 GHSA Tennis State Champs

    • 2018 GHSA Soccer State Champs

    • 2016 GHSA Football State Champs

    • 2014 GHSA Baseball State Champs