Team Schedules & Information

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  • Baseball

    Benedictine finished the 2021 season as the GHSA Class AAAA Baseball State Runner-Up! BC fell to Marist, 5-0 and 2-1, to finish the season with a 33-6-1 record. BC Baseball Head Coach Mr. Kevin Farmer '92 was chosen All-Greater Savannah Baseball Coach of the Year by the Savannah Morning News. Carter Holton, Trent Markiton, Cody Cowan, Justin Thomas, and Kam Edge were first-team selections; Parker McCoy and Will Walker were second-team; and Charles Pulaski, George Mullen, Trent Warren, and Ben Hollerbach were honorable mention. Holton was selected Georgia Player of the Year by Prep Baseball Report. Holton also was named the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Male Athlete of the Year, as well as the All-Greater Savannah Baseball Player of the Year. Holton also was selected to the 2021 MaxPreps All-America Baseball first team. The left-handed pitcher threw a perfect game March 6 to lead BC to a 10-0 victory over Class AAAAAAA Camden County. It was the second perfect game of Holton's BC career (his first was as a freshman). Holton pitched a second perfect game during the 2021 season (the third of his BC career) May 4 to lead the Cadets to a sweep (9-6 and 10-0) against Thomas County Central in the second round of the GHSA Class AAAA playoffs. Holton was the Region 3-AAAA Player of the Year. Farmer was the Region 3-AAAA Coach of the Year. Benedictine was the Region 3-AAAA Team of the Year. Region 3-AAAA first-team selections were Markiton, Cowan, Edge, McCoy, Thomas, and Walker. Region 3-AAAA second-team selections were Brooks Glover, Mullen, Pulaski, Warren, and Hollerbach. Holton turned down offers from several Major League Baseball teams and will attend Vanderbilt University on a baseball scholarship.
  • Basketball

    During the 2020-21 basketball season, Benedictine advanced to the first round of the GHSA Class AAAA playoffs. Our Cadets fell, 57-51, to Carver High School from Columbus, Ga., in BC Gym. BC led, 26-21, at halftime. Trent Broadnax was a Savannah Morning News All-Greater Savannah Boys Basketball second-team selection. Christiaan Neely and Hunter Lanier were honorable mention.
  • Bass Fishing

    Benedictine's John Michael Ortman earned a Bass fishing scholarship to attend Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga. Ortman is the first Savannahian to earn a Bass fishing scholarship. Emmanuel College is one of two colleges in Georgia and 17 nationally that have such a scholarship. 
  • Color Guard

    Benedictine's Color Guard led by CSM Jeremiah Celestine placed third in the region. BC's Color Guard led by PFC Harrison King placed fourth in the region. BC's unarmed regulation squad led by Cadet LTC Joey Suhr placed fifth in the region. BC's unarmed regulation squad led by Cadet CPL Thomas Storey placed fourth in the region.
  • Cross Country

    Benedictine's cross country team won the Region 3-AAAA Cross Country Championship and Ben Bailey won the individual Region 3-AAAA Cross Country Championship. BC also won the Savannah Private School Championship, Raider Invitational, Stinger Invitational, Hornet Invitational, and Hornet Challenge. BC placed 11th in the GHSA Class AAAA Cross Country State Championship. Bailey, Reagan Ducey, and James Reynolds received honorable mention on the Savannah Morning News' 2020 All-Greater Savannah Boys Cross Country team.
  • Drill

    Benedictine's drill team competed in the regional drill competition at Ware County High School.
  • Football

    Benedictine's football team advanced to the 2020 GHSA Class AAAA Football Semifinals before falling, 42-35, to Jefferson. BC finished the season with a record of 9-3 overall and won the Region 3-AAAA championship. The Savannah Quarterback Club named BC the 2020 Football Team of the Year, and our Cadets finished No. 1 in the Coastal Empire football power ratings. Justin Thomas was named co-winner of the 2020 Finocchiaro Award, Savannah Quarterback Club Player of the Year, and Savannah Morning News All-Greater Savannah Football Offensive Player of the Year. Trent Broadnax, who signed with Duke University, won the 68th Annual Ashley Dearing Award, which is presented annually to the most versatile male student-athlete in Savannah. Broadnax also was named the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Most Versatile Male Athlete. LeShon Brooks signed with Alderson Broaddus University in Philippi, W.Va., and Nick Dillon signed with Berry College in Mount Berry, Ga. Dillon was the recipient of a $10,000 scholarship from the Savannah Quarterback Club. Holden Geriner was selected to compete in the Elite 11 finals, the nation's premier quarterback camp, in Los Angeles, Calif. Geriner, Broadnax, and Holden Sapp were selected to the RecruitGeorgia Class AAAA All-State Football Team, and honorable mention selections were Thomas, Brooks, Za’Quan Bryan, and Mac Kromenhoek. The 2020 All-Region 3-AAAA Football Team that was chosen by the region's head coaches: PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Justin Thomas; DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Holden Sapp; ATHLETE OF THE YEAR - Trent Broadnax; FIRST-TEAM: Quarterback - Holden Geriner; Kicker - Nick Dillon; Running Back - LeShon Brooks; Receiver - Za'Quan Bryan; Offensive Line - Andrew DeFilippis; Defensive Line - Bryce Pashke; Linebacker - Mac Kromenhoek; SECOND-TEAM: Offensvine Line - Brian Johnson; Defensive Back - Ben Hollerbach; HONORABLE MENTION: Running Back - Hunter Dunn; Offensive Line - Henry Hale, Drew Morin, Shayne Strickland; Defensive Line - Brock Seyden, Brady Seyden; Linebacker - Keiran Glover, Evan Scarbrough; ALL-ACADEMIC: William Crawford, Nick Dillon, Hunter Dunn, Holden Geriner, Thomas King, Mac Kromenhoek, Cameron Outler, Evan Scarbrough, Blake Schwabe, Lawton Smith. Geriner and Broadnax were selected to the 2020 All-State Class AAAA Football Team on offense, and Thomas was an honorable mention selection. BC Football Head Coach Mr. Danny Britt was selected as the Savannah Morning News’ 2020 All-Greater Savannah Football Coach of the Year and First-Team Offense selections were Geriner, Thomas, Broadnax, and Andrew DeFilippis, First-Team Defense was Sapp, Second-Team Offense was Brooks, Bryan, and Nick Dillon, Second-Team Defense was Bryce Pashke, and honorable mention selections were Kromenhoek, Hollerbach, Drew Morin, Kieran Glover, Brian Johnson, Evan Scarborough, and Bryce Baker.
  • Golf

    Benedictine's golf team won the city championship for a second consecutive season and Hughes Threlkeld won the individual city championship, shooting a 2-over-par 73. Benedictine finished sixth in the GHSA Class AAAA Boys Golf State Championship and Threlkeld tied for 15th. Threlkeld, who signed with the University of North Georgia, was selected as a Georgia High School Golf Coaches Association all-state honorable mention. Threlkeld and Nicholas Scarano were selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Golf first team; Clay Massey and Hank Tollison were second team; and Alex Bokina and Whit Watson here honorable mention.
  • Lacrosse

    Benedictine's lacrosse team won the area championship with an 18-7 victory over Richmond Hill. BC advanced to first round of the GHSA playoffs and fell, 18-5, to Fellowship Christian School. BC Lacrosse Head Coach Mr. Peter Newman was selected as the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Lacrosse Coach of the Year. Cal Bowers was selected as the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Lacrosse Player of the Year. Bowers, Kiva Twoguns, Kyen Argentinis, Andrew Landis, and Payne Watson were selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Lacrosse first team; Owen Winckler and Brian Johnson were second team; and Riley Wilson and Austin McKendree were honorable mention. Argentinis was chosen to wear the No. 10 jersey of the late Ricky McAllaster. Bowers, the previous recipient, presented Argentinis with McAllaster's No. 10 to wear during the 2022 season.
  • Raider team (JROTC)

    Benedictine's Raider team won the unofficial North Georgia Championship in Hiram. The BC White team won the Cadet Raider Challenge at BC and also was first at the Adairsville Raider Rampage. The BC Maroon team placed fourth at Adairsville.
  • Rifle

    Benedictine's rifle team advanced to the GHSA sectional playoffs as a No. 6 seed and fell to No. 1 seed Georgia Military College in Milledgeville. BC finished the season with a 3-5 record. In the final area match at Camden County, BC's Henry Ollenburg shot a personal-best 282 and Thomas Coleman shot a personal-best 258.
  • Soccer

    Benedictine's soccer team advanced to the GHSA Class AAAA quarterfinals before falling, 2-0, to top-ranked and eventual state champion Southeast Whitfield. The game was scoreless at halftime. BC finished the season with a 9-8-3 record. AJ Bagnoli, Jackson Hudgins, and Nick Dillon were selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Soccer first team. The trio also represented BC in the Coastal Empire All-Star Soccer Tournament, and Hudgins was named MVP in that tournament. Sebastian Gough, Carter Smith, and Asher Sigmon were Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Soccer honorable mention. Bagnoli signed with Savannah College of Art and Design to play goalkeeper. Dillon signed with Berry College's football program as a kicker.
    IN PROFESSIONAL SOCCER: Benedictine's Tristan DeLoach signed with Clemson University, becoming the first Tormenta Academy professional to play collegiate soccer.
  • Sport Shooting

    Benedictine's sport shooting team won the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) state championship! Cadet shooters shot 100 rounds each of sporting, skeet, and trap over the course of three days. Their first event of the tournament was sporting clays. The Cadets got off to a good start with Jackson Schaaf leading the way with a 91/100 on a very tough sporting course. Jake Kinlaw (88/100) and Pete Hodge (87/100) brought in solid scores as well, and the scores were rounded out by JoJo Foran and Walker Brooks setting the team up in good position going into trap on Day 2. There was a steady wind for trap but nothing our Cadets couldn’t push through. Kinlaw and Foran led the way on the trap scores with 91/100 and 92/100, respectively, setting the Cadets up for Day 3, which was skeet. BC was in great position for the win going into skeet, but with some scores still outstanding from other teams, the Cadets needed five solid skeet scores to solidify the win. Our top five Cadets showed up with Walker Brooks bringing in his personal best when it mattered the most! The combined total from Kinlaw (96/100), Foran (96/100), Schaaf (95/100), Hodge (97/100), and Brooks (97/100) took the championship with a lead of 14 clays over second-place Savannah Country Day. Kinlaw’s combined score (275/300) took HOA making it the third year a Cadet had won Individual HOA State! Schaaf placed HOA for his sporting clays score with Kinlaw and Hodge in second and third, respectively. It was great to see three Cadets on the podium at 1,2,3. Foran, Kinlaw, and Schaaf also made the 2020 All-State Team (top 10 highest overall combined scores). Freshman Charlie Moody had a great showing and his combined score put him just behind the Cadet top five. There were impressive showings from all of the Cadets in the three different disciplines, with many earning a letter.
  • Swimming

    Benedictine's swimming team won its regular-season finale, the Savannah Country Day Invitational, defeating the host school and three other schools. BC scored 485 team points and the second-place team scored only 270. Cadets Reese Whelan, Kadin Dibkey, Charles Crossley, and Cowen Bland represented BC in the GHSA state championship meet at Georgia Tech. At the state championships, Whelan placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke (1:00.20) and swam a personal-best in the 200-yard freestyle (1:49.78). Whelan was selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Swim team.
  • Tennis

    Benedictine's tennis team advanced to the GHSA Class AAAA Boys Tennis quarterfinals before falling, 3-2, to visiting Madison County at Bacon Park in Savannah. Luke Conneff was selected to the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Tennis first team. Alex Rhangos and Alden Horton were honorable mention.
  • Track & Field

    Benedictine's track and field team won the Region 3-AAAA championship. Cadets won region championships in seven events: Reagan Ducey (3200 m), Ben Bailey (1600 m), Cowen Bland (800 m), Cole Semien (shotput), Evan Scarbrough (discus), Christiaan Neely (high jump), and the 4x800 m relay team of Calvin Brown, Joan Wood, Zeke Harris, and Cowen Bland. Scarbrough placed seventh in discus at the state championship with a throw of 149 feet, which set a new BC record. Scarbrough, Bailey, and Neely were honorable mention selections on the Savannah Morning News' All-Greater Savannah Boys Track & Field team.
  • Wrestling

    Benedictine's wrestling team won the Region 3-AAAA Championship. BC had 11 wrestlers enter the Region 3-AAAA tournament and emerged with eight champions and three runners-up: Shep MacDonald 113 (pound division) champion; Gabe Tvrdy 120 champion; Xander Argentinis 126 champion; Willie Crawford 132 champion; Kyen Argentinis 138 champion; Kaz Meriwether 152 runner-up; Zeke Harris 160 champion; Alec Ramsey 170 runner-up; Val Maglio 182 champion; Patrick Lyng 195 runner-up; Shayne Strickland 220 champion. Cadets who earned medals at the GHSA Class AAAA Wrestling State Championships in Macon were Harris (3rd place, 160 pounds), Tvrdy (5th place, 120 pounds), and Kyen Argentinis (5th place, 138 pounds).
    • 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