Benedictine Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 4 - 6
  • Conference Record: 2 - 3

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Bengals Defeat University, 70-18.

Benedictine 70, University School 18 Benedictine used a school-record 42 points in the second quarter to roar past host University School, 70-18, in a non-league game on Saturday afternoon. The Bengals improved their record to 4-0. It is the first time since 2007 that the Bengals have won their first four games to open the

Bengals Scoreboard Nears Completion

A photo was taken just as the freshmen football team was concluding practice. In the background, you’ll see the nearly completed scoreboard at Bossu Field. Legendary coach, Augie Bossu’s son, Frank Bossu, is the freshmen head coach addressing the team. We are grateful for all who supported this project to make it a reality. Go

Former Bengal Doing “Good” Things

Former Benedictine Offensive/Defensive Lineman and current John Carroll University Defensive Tackle, David Porter, has been recognized to the AFCA Good Works Team. For details of David’s achievement, please click on the link:

Bengals Improve to 3-0 with Win Over Holy Name

The Bengals improved to 3-0 with a win over Holy Name on Saturday evening at North Royalton High School. The Bengals travel to University School to compete against the Preppers with a kick-off at 1:00PM on Saturday. Benedictine 14-7-0-7=28 Holy Name 0-0-0-0=0 B – Dontez Rash 18 run (Brandon Kelly kick) B – Justin Layne

Freshmen Football Improves to 3-0

Congratulations to the freshman football team for extending their unbeaten record to 3-0 with a 28-6 victory over Holy Name last night at Bossu Field.  Scoring was led by Devon Fox with two punt returns and a long run off a short pass.  Matthias Chmielewsi  added a running touchdown and a two point conversion behind

Freshmen Football Defeats Shaker, 27-0

Congratulations to the freshmen football team for their 27-0 victory last week over Shaker Heights.  In a lightening-shortened contest, the defense was again strong with their second shutout, which included a forced fumble return for a touchdown by DiMarco Williams.  Offensive scoring also included a strong combination of run and pass with a long touchdown


Youngstown – Big plays propelled Benedictine past Youngstown Ursuline 24-14 in a non-league game played at Youngstown State University’s Stambaugh Stadium. After Ursuline scored in the first quarter to take a short-lived 7-0 lead, the Bengals Warren Saba returned that kick-off 87 yards for the tying touchdown. It took only 13 seconds off the game


2015 Game Stats vs. Toledo Central Catholic August 29, 2015 It took several decades, but the Bengals finally evened the all-time series at 1-1 with Toledo Central Catholic. The teams had played only once before in Toledo back in 1962 with the Irish earning a 16-8 win. This year, in a game televised on ESPNU


The commemorative ESPN week 1 tickets vs. Toledo Central Catholic are available now! Pre-sale tickets are are $8 adults and $6 students. ALL tickets at the gate are $10. Please contact the Athletic Office at 216-421-2080 X 343 or at to find out specific ticket selling times beginning July 6.