Benedictine Boys Freshman Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 8
  • Conference Record: 3 - 6

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Freshmen Basketball Falls to NDCL, 45-37.

The freshmen basketball team was defeated on Thursday evening at NDCL by a score of 45-37. Leading the way was Joseph Sandman-Siemen with 11 points. The team returns to action in a triple header on Tuesday at University School.

Basketball Splits Weekend Games

The varsity basketball team defeated Hawken, 49-46 on Saturday evening to improve to 5-1. The freshmen and JV also won contests in the triple header. On Sunday, the Bengals were invited to play in the Play by Play Classic at Baldwin Wallace where a tight ball game ended in favor of Warrensville, 56-44. The Bengals

Vibrant Atmosphere Gives the Bengals a Big Win

A sold out crowd was the extra piece the Bengals used to defeat Cleveland Central Catholic on Tuesday evening defeating the Ironmen 73-69. The Bengals took advantage of a 31 point first quarter to aid the victory. Justin Layne and Justin Sylver led the Bengals with 22 and 18 points, respectively. The Bengals freshmen and

Basketball Defeats Mooney, 46-44

The Bengals improved their record to 3-1 on Tuesday night at Youngstown Cardinal Mooney. The Bengals were led by Justin Layne who scored 11 points. Next up: Triple Header beginning at 4:00PM vs. Cleveland Central Catholic on Tuesday, December 29. Come early to reserve a seat!

Bengals Defeat Padua, 83-67

Four Bengals scored in double figures as the Bengals defeated Padua 83-67 on Friday evening. The Bengals will return to action in a triple header on Tuesday, December 22 at Youngstown Cardinal Mooney beginning at 4:30PM. Team 1 2 3 4 Final Padua 17 19 15 16 67 Benedictine 19 19 21 24 83 Player

Basketball Falls to Hoban, 81-68

The Bengals fell on the road to Archbishop Hoban, 81-68. The team next returns to action on Friday vs. Padua beginning at 5:30PM. Team 1 2 3 4 Final Benedictine 19 19 11 19 68 Archbishop Hoban 19 21 15 26 81 PLAYER FIELD GOALS MADE FREE THROWS MADE POINTS Mario Caywood 1 – 2

Bengals Shine in Season Opener

The Bengals started the year 1-0 with an impressive 92-53 victory over Brush High School on Tuesday evening. The Bengals return to action in NCL play on Friday at Archbishop Hoban. Tuesday’s stats are below: Brush at Benedictine Tue, Dec. 8, 2015, 7:30 p.m. Team 1 2 3 4 Final Brush 14 7 23 9

Stircula Named Head Basketball Coach

Rob Stircula new basketball coach at Benedictine April 28, 2015 Contact: Wally Mieskoski walbengal@aol.com Rob Stircula has been named as the new head basketball coach at Benedictine High School, where he has been a business  and computer teacher since 2003. Stircula, a 1997 Benedictine grad, returns to the position he held for the Bengals from

Former Bengal Great Excels On and Off Court

Former Benedictine basketball standout and the school’s all-time leading scorer has found success both in the classroom and on the basketball court. Take a look at a couple of articles on Benedictine graduate and current Pitt Panther player, Cameron Wright, below: http://triblive.com/sports/college/pitt/6519366-74/wright-pitt-award#axzz3TQV0bO7s http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/ron-cook/2015/03/04/Pttt-senior-guard-displays-Cameron-Wright-stuff-on-and-off-court/stories/201503040093

Bengals Defeat Walsh Jesuit, 52-49

The Bengals defeated Walsh Jesuit on Tuesday night, 52-49. Marlon Moore and Justin Layne led the Bengals with 18 and 14 points, respectively. The Bengals return to action on Friday at Akron Hoban and on Saturday at St. Ignatius to conclude the regular season.