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Hockey Begins State Tournament on Saturday, February 22nd at Brooklyn!

Benedictine Hockey Team will play Strongsville High School on Saturday, February 22nd starting at 7:30 pm.  The state tournament game will play at the John M Coyne Recreation Center, 7600 Memphis Ave, Cleveland, OH 44109.  It’s also known as the Brooklyn Ice Arena.  Good luck Bengals!

Luke Faulisi Qualifies for the State Diving Tournament!

Junior Luke Faulisi has qualified to compete in the Division I State Diving Championships.  The Championships are on Saturday, February 22, 9:00 am at the C.T. Branin Natatorium Canton McKinley High School.  Good luck Luke!

Varsity Bengals defeat Harvey on Senior Night, 67 to 51!

Bengals defeat Harvey High School on Senior Night, 67 to 51.  Detric Hearst led the Bengals with 21 points.  Senior, Jashun Cobb had 17 points, 12 in the fourth quarter.  Bengals finish the regular se

“Signing Day” for Student-Athlete Football Players.

On Monday, February 10, three young men signed letters of intent.  Jalen Edwards signed with the University of Findlay.  Charles Rosser signed with Bowling Green State University.  Levi Fair will join the Navy.  Congratulations gentlemen and enjoy your journey.

Hockey Baron Cup Begins Thursday, February 12th.

Bengals Hockey will start their Baron Cup run on Thursday, February 12th at the Brooklyn Ice Arena, located on 7600 Memphis Ave.  The puck will drop at 7:30 pm against Hudson.  The Bengals finished the regular season with a 10-13 record. Come out to Brooklyn on Thursday to support the Bengals!

Chuck Malberti and Luke Faulisi qualify for District Diving Tournament!

Congratulations to Senior Chuck Malberti and Junior Luke Faulisi for qualifying for the Division 1 District Diving Tournament, next Thursday, February 13th at Cleveland State.  Malberti finished in 5th place and Faulisi finished in 6th place at the Solon Sectional Diving Tournament on Wednesday, February 6th.

Luke Faulisi is a Man of Benedictine – and Euclid – this winter in hockey, diving

  Had it come to fruition Feb. 6 as it has before, Luke Faulisi would have personified fortitude as it was. A defenseman in hockey and one of The News-Herald coverage area’s premier divers throughout his career, Faulisi likely would have tackled two sports — for two schools — in a matter of hours. His rib cage rendered