Boys Soccer – The Eagles didn’t score against MUS in the West Regional “play-in” game, getting the loss, 5-0. They ended their season with a 3-2-10.
Boys Tennis – The boys advanced to the quarterfinals vs Baylor, but ended season with a default to a tough Baylor team.
Baseball – The Eagles season came to a quick close with a double-header loss to CBHS in the Crossover series. CBHS had no trouble in the first game, winning 12-2. It was a little more difficult for the Brothers in the 2nd game as most of the game was tied until the last couple of innings, giving the Brothers a 7-3 victory. The Eagles finish the season, 22-7 overall.
Softball – The Lady Eagles got their 2nd win over Briarcrest, 11-5, in as many days to wrap up the regular season as region champs. They advance to the State playoffs undefeated in the region and with an overall record of 14-14.
Soccer – The Eagles lost their final game in region action to MUS, 6-1. Places them in a “Play-in” game at MUS to determine advancement to State. Kiko Martinez got the Eagles’ only goal off an assist from Nick VanDeven. The Eagles finished regular season at 3-2-9 and 0-6 in the region.
Softball – Rosie Robinson throws shutout to edge Lady Eagles Softball over Briarcrest, 2-0. Eagles undefeated in region at 3-0 and 13-14 overall. Great Senior Night!
Boys Soccer – The Eagles were blanked by Briarcrest, 3-0, in region play. They are 3-2-8 overall and 0-5 in the region.
Softball – The Lady Eagles blanked St. Agnes in region action, 16-0, behind pitcher Grace Sweat’s perfect game. They are 12-14 overall and 2-0 in the region.
Track – The Eagles had some top finishes in the Harding “Last Chance” Relays. Sarah Vosburgh 2nd PV 8-06.00; Eric Johnson 1st HJ 6-02.00; Myah Leflore 1st LJ 15-06.50 & 2nd TJ 32-10.50; Alexis Rittman 3rd in TJ 31-04.00; Sam Baker 6th 110HH 18.19 & 7th 300H 46.03; Olivia Hall 4th 100m 12.91 & 4th 200m 26.31; Catalina Carrasco 8th 100m 13.17; Caroline Armour 4th 1600m; Jennifer Bond 5th 1600m; Bridgette Groben 6th 1600m; Dante Carrasco 9th 1600m; Caroline Bacon 3rd 400m dash 1:02.51; Catherine May 3rd 800m 2:31.85; Girls 4x400m relay 1st 4:19.46 (Bacon, Carrasco, May, Hall); Boys 4x400m relays 5th 3:43.72 (Johnson, Dlabaj, Hobbs, R. Carrasco)
Baseball – Despite having a great region effort in the regular season, the Eagles had a tough regional tournament, losing both games and being eliminated early. In the first game. MUS woke up and pounded the Eagles, 9-4, to put them in the losers’ bracket vs Briarcrest, losing then, 8-2, to finish 4th in tournament. They take on CBHS this week in a best 2 out 3 series to determine who advances in the state tournament.
Water Polo – The Eagles picked to finish 7th in the State Tournament gave a great effort to finish State Runner-up. They upset CBHS in the first game of pool play, 9-7, then handily won the 2nd game vs STEM, 17-0. In overtime, they beat St. George’s, 10-8, to advance to the semi-finals vs Sevierville. After a 10-4 victory over Sevierville, the Eagles advanced to the championship match, losing in a close battle to MHEA, 9-6. The Eagles had Zach Ryan and Andrew Williams named 2nd team All-State, with Ray Wynne named to the 1st Team All-State.
Track – The Lady Eagles had a good showing at the Shelby County Municipal Track Championships, placing 2nd overall in a field of 14. The boys finished 12th out of 12. Olivia Hall was 1st in the 100m race, Catalina Carrasco was 4th followed by Alexis Rittman at 6th. Caroline Armour finished 4th in the girls 3200m, Jennifer Sosnowski finished 5th in the 100m. The girls 4x400 and 4x200 relay finished 2nd. Myah LeFlore finished 1st in the Triple Jump and 3rd in the long jump and Jordie Balton finished 3rd in the discus.
Softball – Grace Sweat pitches the Lady Eagles softball team to a no-hit, 15-0 win over St. Agnes in the 1st region game of the season. They are 11-14 overall and 1-0 in the region.
Tennis – The doubles team of Juliette Hirsch and Lauren Neuhoff advance to the State Tournament with their 3rd place region finish and win over St. Agnes, 7-5, 6-4.
Baseball – Seth Graham's walk off drive to left field sends in winning run in the 7th vs Briarcrest, 4-3. Eagles are 22-3 (3-0 region) on the year heading into postseason double elimination region baseball tournament as the #1 seed!
Soccer – The Eagles held it tight at 0-0 to the half, but CBHS came out with a vengeance in the 2nd half unloading 7 goals on the Eagles. The Eagles are 3-2-7- overall and 0-4 in region.
Softball – The Lady Eagles traveled to Jackson, but got a close loss, 7-4, to USJ. They are 10-14 on the year.
Tennis – The doubles team of Hirsch and Neuhoff lost, in the semi-finals of region, 6-0,6-0 to St. Agnes. They compete for 3rd place.
Baseball – The Eagles get their 2nd region seeding victory, beating CBHS 2-1 to go up 21-3 on the year (2-0 in the region).
Tennis – The doubles team of Juliette Hirsch and Lauren Neuhoff advance to the semi-finals with a 6-0, 6-2 victory over St. Agnes.
Baseball – The Eagles Baseball Team had a great region win over MUS on Saturday, 9-5. Chase Bailey got the win for the Eagles. They are 20-3 on the year and 1-0 in the region.
Softball – The Lady Eagles won the Greenville Day/Redmonds Tournament in Greenville, TN this weekend, winning 6 out of 7 games. Sophomore EC Taylor, senior Grace Sweat and sophomore Rosie Robinson named to the All-Tournament team. This advances their record to 10-13 for the year.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles’ came to a close with a loss to Briarcrest 19-0. They finished with a 8-12 record for the year.
Boys Lacrosse – It was a great senior night for the Eagles as they got a 13-1 win over Bartlett in the last game of the regular season. They are 9-3 on the year.
Soccer – The Eagles got a nice win over Sheffield, 2-1. They are 3-2-6 overall and 0-3 in the region.
Softball – Late score costs Lady Eagles against Fayette Academy, 5-4. They drop to 4-12 for the year.
Track – The Eagles had a good day at the ECS Spring Fling Meet, with the boys finishing 3rd out of 9 teams and the girls finishing 2nd out 7. Eric Johnson tied for 1st in the High Jump, Parker Dlabah finished 1st in the 100mMyah LeFlore finished 1st in the Triple Jump, Catherine May finished 1st in the 3200, the girls 4x100 finished1st and the girls 100 m hurdles finished 1st.
Baseball – The Eagles celebrated senior night with an 8-1 win over Millington, jumping ahead early. They are 19-3 for the year.
Tennis – A tough Collierville squad got the best of both the boys and girls tennis teams.
Girls: Collierville 6 def St. Benedict 3
Singles-Romane Britt (C) def Finn Mullen 8-0; Lauren Neuhoff (S) def Kathy Cui 8-4; Rebecca Mars (C) def Juliette Hirsch 8-2; Katelyn Dabney (S) def Tammy Cestany 8-4; Allie Baxter (S) def Nancy Wolf 8-6; Abby Thompson (C) def Maggie Alexander 8-5
Doubles-Erin Hansen (C) def Noelle Ybos 6-1; RBritt/RMars (C) def LNeuhoff/JHirsch 8-2; KCui/TCestany (C) def KDabney/A/Baxter 8-3; NWolf/AThompson (C) def FMullen/MNeitzke 8-6; EHansen/CFerris (C) def SScoggins/MAlexander 6-4; EGarnett/EHansen (C) def MMatheson/KMorris 6-4
Boys: Collierville 7 def St. Benedict 0
Singles-Reagan Ballard (C) def Joshua Beer 8-6; Josh Thompson (C) def Grady Jennings 8-0; Logan Tyner (C) def Cody Goodnight 8-1; Logan Harvey (C) def Jacob Newbern 8-1; Harrison Stewart (C) def Aiden Little 8-0
Doubles-LVanucci/APathak (C) def GJennings/JBeer 8-1; LMoore/SKim (C) def CGoodnight/ALittle 8-1
Baseball – The Eagles got a double header off MHEA to advance their record to 18-3 – 12-1 in the first game and 1-0 in the 2nd. It was a good night for Christian Presley, driving in 4 runs in the first game and throwing a shut-out in the nightcap.
Girls Lacrosse – Not a good night for the Lady Eagles as they lost to St. Agnes, 8-13. The girls LAX are 8-11 on the year.
Soccer – The Eagles get another loss (vs MUS, 0-4) to go 2-2-6 overall and 0-3 in the region.
Softball – The Lady Eagles can’t hold up against Arlington, losing 9-4. They are 4-11 on the year.
Tennis – Good night for tennis yesterday with the girls and boys both getting victories over Germantown.
Girls: St. Benedict 8 def Germantown 1
Singles-Finn Mullen (S) def Cameron Harding 8-6; Juliette Hirsch (S) de Allia Zakharento 3-Retired; Hayley Rhodes (G) def Katelyn Dabney 8-6; Allie Baxter (S) def Ploma Nireles 8-0; Maggie Alexander (S) def Lohita Basa 8-1; Noelle Ybos (S) def Daisha Ivey6-0
Doubles-LNeuhoff/JHirsch (S) def CHarding/HRhodes 8-4; FMullen/MNeitzke (S) def Hayley Thomas/Jada Thomas 8-3; Sophie Scoggins/Katie Morris (S) def PMireles/LBasa 6-0
Boys: St. Benedict 7 def Germantown 0
Singles--Joshua Beer (S) def Aran Goli 8-4; Grady Jennings (S) def Daniel Kiesel 9-7; Cody Goodnight (S) def Chris Barbre 8-5; Jacob Newbern (S) def Devon White 8-0; Aiden Little (S) def Sraje Johnson 8-2
Doubles-JBeer/GJennings (S) def AGoli/DKiesel 8-1; JNewbern/ALittle (S) def Dwhite/SJohnson 8-3
Baseball – After a huge win over Magnolia Heights last week, the Eagles were stopped by the chiefs in non-region action, 6-2. The Eagles boast a 16-3 record on the year.
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles upped their record to 8-3 with a 10-5 win over visiting Clarksville.
Softball – The Lady Eagles got only one game in of the Northwest Alabama bash due to rain. They clawed back, but fell short to Bob Jones of Madison, AL, 5-4. They are 4-10 on the year.
Trap – Senior Sam Childers won high overall at the Shelby County district trap championship with a score of 99. Sophomore Harrison Lee won 1st place JV alternate male with a 92 and sophomore Joe Walsh won 2nd place JV alternate male with a 90. Joe also earned his 25th straight patch in registered ATA competition. The Eagles advance to the Region Championship on June 3.
Water Polo – The Eagle Water Polo Team came in 4th out of 6 squads at the Western Sectional Tournament. The first game was a hard fought 13-12 double overtime win against St. Georges. The team was powered by Ray Wynne (8 goals), Zach Ryan (2 goals/1 assist), Emily Haff (1 goal/1 assist). Andrew Williams had 10 saves. Playing only an hour later, the Eagles fell to CBHS 9-4. Andrew Williams anchored the defense with 14 saves while Zach Ryan (1 goal), Jacob Hamman (1 goal) and Ray Wynne (2 goals/1 assist) led the offense. The third game was a 12-6 loss to MHEA. The scoring was led by Zach Ryan (3 goals), Ray Wynne (1 goal/1 assist), Jake Coppedge (1 goal/1assist) and Emily Haff (2 assists). Ray Wynne and Andrew Williams were selected to the 1st Team of the Western Section All Star Team. It was Ray’s 4th consecutive year as a first team selectee and Andrew’s 1st. The Eagles advance to the State Championships on May 6 & 7.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles took a loss from an aggressive and seasoned Houston team, 18-2. They are 8-10 on the year.
Baseball – The Eagles Varsity jumped out to an early lead in a victory over Magnolia Heights, 11-3. The Eagles are 16-2 on the year.
Boys Soccer – The Eagles got their second region loss in as many days with their loss, 2-0 to Briarcrest. They are 2-2-5 overall and 0-2 in the region.
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles expand3ed their wins with a 16-6 win over Bartlett. They are 7-3 for the year.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles sustained a loss to a tough Collierville team 18-5. The hold a 8-9 record.
Softball – Despite Grace Sweat’s pitching, the Lady Eagles couldn’t find enough runs and get loss to Lewisburg, 2-1. The Lady Eagles are 4-9 on the year.
Baseball – The Eagles had two nice wins in a DH caused by rain cancellation. In the first game, they beat Cordova in a rout, 17-0 with Tyler Erspamer getting his 2nd win of the year. In the second game, the got a nice, 802, win over Harding with Rayne Dennis getting his 3rd victory of the year. The Eagles are 8-2 on the year.
Boys Soccer – The Eagles couldn’t get a goal vs CBHS, getting a region loss, 5-0. They are 2-2-4 overall and 0-1 in the region.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles shutout the Memphis Nighthawks, 9-0, at home. With an incomplete team for the Nighthawks, the boys match ended in a 2-2 tie.
Girls: St. Benedict 9 def Memphis Nighthawks 0
Singles-Allie Baxter (S) def Molly Ayers 8-4; Sophie Scoggins (S) def Emery Wiley 8-0; Maggie Alexander (S) def Lauren Harris 8-1; Katie Morris (S) def Rachel Smith 9-8; Maddie Matheson (S) def Molly Brown 9-8
Doubles-LNeuhoff/MNeitzke (S) def MAyers/EWiley 8-2; KDabney/JHirsch (S) def RSmith/LHarris 8-5; FMullen/SScoggins (S) def MBrown/MLedet 8-5; NYbos/CGoodnight (S) def MLedet/BNutt 9-7
Boys: St. Benedict 2 – Memphis Nighthawks 2
Singles-Daniel Roshale (N) def Joshua Beer 8-6; Sean Hammond (N) def Grady Jennings 8-5; Jacob Newbern (S) def Bennett Nutt 8-4
Doubles-JBeer/GJennings (S) def DRoshale/SHammond
Baseball – The Eagles picked up their 13th win on the year with a 13-3 win over MHEA. Tyler Erspamer got his first varsity win and the Eagles’ offense was led by Will Huber’s three hits and three RBIs. The Eagles are 13-2 for the season.
Softball – The Lady Eagles’ Gabi Ray drives in four, but the Lady Eagles fall to Brighton, 9-5. They are 4-8 for the year.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles maintained a region runner-up position with a win over St. Agnes, 4-3. The boys lost to CBHS, 8-1.
Girls: St. Benedict 4 def St. Agnes 3
Singles-Mallory Piwonka (SA) def Finn Mullen (SBA) 8-4; Lauren Neuhoff (SBA) def Caroline Conrad (SA) 8-6; Juliette Hirsch (SBA) def Kara Kane (SA) 8-0; Katelyn Dabney (SBA) def Isabella Gattas (SA) 8-4; Mary Harkins (SA) def Allie Baxter (SBA) 9-8; Olivia Ashberry (SA) def Mary Neitzke (SBA) 9-7
Doubles-JJHirsch/LNeuhoff (SBA) def CConrad/MHarkins (SA) 8-3; KDabney/ABaxter (SBA) def MPiwonka/OAshberry (SA) 8-4; F/Mullen/MNeitzke (SBA) def MChapman/KJones (SA) 8-2;
Boys: CBHS 8 def St. Benedict 1
Singles-Joshua Beer (SB) beat Luke Spencer (C) 8-2; Berent Balimk (C) beat Grady Jennings (SB) 8-3; Neil Nandwani (C) beat Cody Goodnight (SB) 8-2; James Strickland (C) def Jacob Newbern (SB) 8-4; Noah Chensasky (C) def Aiden Little (SB) 8-6
Doubles-LSpencer/NNandwani (C) def JBeer/GJennings 8-5; FWilson/HOser (C) def CGoodnight/ALittle 8-0
Boys Soccer – It was a tough night for the Eagles, getting a 3-0 loss to Cordova. They are 2-2-3 on the year.
Track – Great track results from the Briarcrest Meet:
Baseball – The Eagles couldn’t muster a run vs Briarcrest, losing a Region game, 10-0. This loss gives the Eagles their 2nd one of the year, they are 12-2.
Softball – The Eagles fell to 4-7 on the year, losing an early lead vs DeSoto Central. It was 11-2 for Central over the Lady Eagles.
Tennis – Both the Lady Eagles got behind Houston and got losses, the girls, 9-2 and the boys 6-0.
Girls: Houston 9 def St. Benedict 2
Singles-Jesse Nabors (H) def Finn Mullen (S) 8-1; Allison Griffin (H) def Lauren Neuhoff (S) 8-2; Lindsay Carney (H) def Juliette Hirsch (S) 8-1; Emma Holley (H) def Katelyn Dabney 8-4; Allie Baxter (S) def Lauen Gunter 9-8; Mary Neitzke (S) def Caroline Kiser 8-6; Zuzu Pierce (H) def Maggie Alexander (S) 8-4; Chloe Martin def Noelle Ybos 6-2
Doubles-Nabors/KellY Glasgow (H) def L/Neuhoff/JHursch (S) 9-7; Griffin/Carney (H) def KDabney/ABaxter 8-2; FMullen/Mary Neitzke (S) def Holley/Isabella Darder (H) 8-3; Gunter/Piere (H) def Sophie Scoggins/Katie Morris (S) 6-1
Boys: Houston 6 def SBA 0
Singles-Blake Boswell (H) def Joshua Beer 8-2; Yaswanth Vasili (H) def Grady Jennings 8-1; Conner Kilpatrick (H) def Cody Goodnight 8-3; Patrick Grooms (H) def Aidan Little 8-1
Doubles-Boswell/Vasili (H) def Beer/Jennings (S) 8-5; Kilpatrick/Wilson Yearwood (H) def Goodnight/Little (S) 8-4
Baseball – The Eagles routed Cordova with a 25-1 win last night. Rayne Dennis got the win and Connor Phillips gets his 1st high school homerun. The Eagles are 12-1 on the season.
Boys Lacrosse – Boys Lacrosse moves to 6-3 with a nice win over Arlington last night, 13-1.
Boys Soccer – The Eagles were down twice vs Germantown, but Michael Berra scores his first 2 goals ever as an Eagle and Nick VanDeven contributed a goal to have the game ultimately end in a 3-3 tie. The Eagles are 2-2-2 for the year.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles followed their win over Brighton with a very nice win over ECS, 8-1. The boys were blanked for the second day in a row with ECS scoring 7.
Girls: St. Benedict 8 def ECS 1
Singles-Finn Mullen (S) def Kathleen Parish 8-6; Lauren Neuhoff (S) def Virginia Stanley 8-3; Juliette Hirsch (S) def Gaby Roland 8-3; Katelyn Dabney (S) def Maddy Stolnicki 8-2; Allie Baxter (S) def Caroline Bowen 9-8; Mary Neitzke (S) def Caroline Kiser 8-6; Maggie Alexander (S) def Samantha Hyneman 8-6; Darby Roland (E) def Noelle Ybos 8-5; Maddie Matheson (S) def Laura Beth Baker 6-0
Doubles-L/Neuhoff/JHursch (S) def KParish/VStanley 9-8; GRoland/M/Stolnicki (E) def KDabney/ABaxter 8-4; FMullen/MNeitzke (S) def CBowen/Anna Grace Britt 6-1; MMatheson/MAlexander (S) def Ainslee Berry/Lindley Clinton 6-1
Boys: ECS 7 def SBA 0
Singles-Hamilton Jackson (e) def Joshua Beer 8-5; Ray Hughes (e) def Grady Jennings 8-3; Josh McCalla (e) def Jacob Newbern 8-1; Bryce Boyer (E) def Cody Goodnight 8-5; Sumner Darlington (E) def Aidan Little 8-1;
Doubles-Jackson Shropshire/Cyrus Leftingwell (e) def JBeer/GJennings 8-6 Paul Fairly/Phillip Chu (E) def CGoodnight/ALittle 8-2
Tennis – The girls got a nice win over Brighton, 7-1, but the guys couldn’t get past Brighton to score. They lost, 6-0.
Girls: St. Benedict 7 def Brighton 1
Singles-Finn Mullen (S) def Cassie Davis 9-8; Lauren Neuhoff (S) def MG Smith 8-1; Juliette Hirsch (S) def Morgan Leek 8-2; Katelyn Dabney (S) def Mary Grace Washington 8-5; Allie Baxter (S) def Aubrey Burks 8-0; Maggie Alexander (S) def MK Conners 8-0;
Doubles-LNeuhoff/JHirsch (S) def CDavis/MLeek 6-0; MGSmith/MGWashington (B) def ABaxter/Mary Neitzke 6-4;
Boys: Brighton 6 def St. Benedict 0
Singles-Blake Armour (B) def Grady Jennings 8-3; Cody Stockland (B) def Cody Goodnight 8-5; Braden Twisdale (B) def Jacob Newbern 8-6; Austin Russell (B) def Aiden Little 8-0
Doubles-Armour/Twisdale (B) def Jennings/Goodnight 8-2; Russell/Spray (B) def Newbern/Little 8-5
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles sustained another loss to Lausanne, 9-5. They are 5-3 on the year.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles celebrated senior night with a nice win over Bartlett, 13-1. They are even for the year at 8-8.
Boys Soccer – Despite a well-played game, the Eagles came up short, losing to White Station, 1-0. The Spartans scored on a PK. The Eagles are 2-1-2 on the year.
Softball – The Lady Eagles fall to Tipton/Rosemark after a 5th inning surge from the Rebels. They are 4-6 on the year.
Tennis – The Eagles couldn’t muster a score against tough MUS and Hutchison.
Boys: MUS 7 defeated St. Benedict 0
Singles- Ryan Seamans (M) def Joshua Beer 8-1; Jack Crosby (M) def Grady Jennings 8-3; Tom Monaghan (M) def Jacob Newbern 8-0; Hooper Mattis (M) def Cody Goodnight 8-1; William Pollard (M) def Aiden Little 8-1
Doubles-Gregory Guo/Mack Bethel (M) def JBeer/GJennings 8-0; Gentry Harwood/Sunny Charbonnet (M) def JNewbern/CGoodnight
Girls: Hutchison 7 def St. Benedict 0
Singles-Catherine Owen (H) def Finn Mullen 8-0; Grace Ann Dunavent (H) def Lauren Neuhoff 8-2; Megan Richman (H) def Juliette Hirsch 8-3; Anne Grinder (H) def Katelyn Dabney 8-0; Carter Patkias (H) def Allie Baxter 8-2; Hannah Freeman (H) def Mary Neitzke 8-1
Doubles-Maggie Alexander (SBA) def Madeline Danielson 8-1 (Exhibition Match); COwen/GDunavant (H) def LNeuhoff/JHirsch 8-0; MRichman/AGrinder (H) def KDabney/ABaxter 8-1; CPatkias/HFreeman (H) def MNeitzke/FMullen 8-4; Phoebe Rowland/Grace Stallings (H) def Sophie Scoggins/Noelle Ybos 8-2 (Exhibition); Charlotte Merchant/Katie Carpenter (H) def MAlexander/Maddie Matheson 8-2 (Exhibition)
Track – The Eagles had great success at the MUS Home Meet. The boys finished 4th out of 10 teams and the girls finished 2nd out of 9 teams. Of note – Sam Baker placed 4th in 110 Hurdles; Dante Carrasco placed 3rd in 1600; Sarah Vosburgh placed 1st in Pole Vault; Myah LeFlore placed 1st in Triple Jump; Jennifer Sosnowski placed 1st in 100m Hurdles and 8th in 300m Hurdles; Catherine May placed 1st , Caroline Armour 2nd and Jennifer Bond 8th in 1,600m; girls 1,600 relay (Caroline Bacon, Catherine May, Caroline Armour, Olivia Hall) placed 1st; Olivia Hall placed 3rd in 100m; Catalina Carrasco-5th in 100m sprint; Alexis Rittman-6th in 100m; girls 400 relay, new PR at 52.06 (Caroline Bacon, Alexis Rittman, Myah LeFlore, Olivia Hall) placed 3rd . Others: Alexis Rittman-6th in Discus; Kate Brickhill-7th in Shot Put; Kate Brickhill & Jordie Balton-tied for 6th in 100m hurdles. 1600 Relay (Eric Johnson, Dante Carrasco, Javian Vinson, Ricky Carrasco) placed 6th; Sam Baker placed 7th in 300m Hurdles; 400 m Relay (Cam Jones, Charlie Brannon, Jaylen Becton, Maurice Howard) placed 7th. Ricky Carrasco placed 8th in 110m high hurdles and Sam Baker placed 4th
Water Polo – After a great first half of 2-game weekend, the Eagles dropped their two hard-fought contests. The first game against CBHS was a double overtime with the Brothers coming out on top 8-7. Andrew Williams had 26 saves to lead the defense while Ray Wynne racked up 6 goals and 1 assist and Erin Haff chipped in with an assist. In the second game played an hour later, a tired but determined group of SBA players lost to MHEA 13-8. The team was led by Ray Wynne (6 goals/1 assist), Zach Ryan (2 goals) and Erin Haff (1 assist) with big played by Jenny Farler, Jacob Hamman, and Abby Williams.
Girls Lacrosse – The Girls had three tough games in Nashville, finishing 1-2 for the weekend. SBA 2 vs Brentwood 13, SBA 2 vs USN 13, SBA 10 vs Cookeville 4. They are 7-8 for the year. Seven wins makes this team the winningest girls team since SBA established girls lacrosse.
Boys Soccer – The Eagles traveled to Jackson for a game with Sacred Heart and came away even with 1-1 tie for the day. The Eagles had the lead most of the game, but Sacred Heart scored in the last 10 minutes of the game. Jonah Strickland and Nick VanDeven scored for the Eagles and Robby VanBrott was in goal. They are 2-1- 1 for the season.
Water Polo – The Eagle’s water polo team won both games in the first of a two-day schedule. In the first game, a 12-8 victory over Collierville, Ray Wynne (8 goal/3 assists) and Zach Ryan (2 goals/1 assist) led the offense while Emily Haff (1 goal), Jenny Farler (1 assist) and Erin Haff (2 assists) played solid defense and helped shut down the Dragons. The second game was a rematch of last year’s state championship game with St. George’s. It took overtime but this time the Eagles prevailed 16-13. Ray Wynne led the team with 9 goals/3 assists. Zach Ryan (2 goals/3 assists), Emily Haff (2 goals), and Emily Haff (2 assists) also got in the scoring while goalie Andrew Williams made 9 saves and had 2 assists.
Tennis - Trinity Christian Tournament
Boys: SBA vs University School of Jackson 0-3; SBA vs Trinity Christian Academy 1-2; SBA vs MTCS 0-3
Girls: Team Barton: SBA Barton vs SBA Neuhoff 0-3; SBA Barton vs USJ 1-2; SBA Barton vs Trinity Christian 2-1; SBA Barton vs MTCS 1-2
Girls: Team Neuhoff: SBA Neuhoff vs SBA Barton 3-0; SBA Neuhoff vs MTCS 0-3; SBA Neuhoff vs USJ 0-3; SBA Neuhoff vs Trinity Christian 3-0
Track – The Eagles traveled to the Arlington Tigers Invitation and had some good results. Sam Baker—8th in 300m hurdles, PR; Kate Brickhill—5th in Discus throw; Eric Johnson—1st in High Jump, Eric tied the school record at 6’ 2” in his second meet ever, he also now leads our men’s division in HJ; Catherine May—1st in 1600m run, PR; Catalina Carrasco—7th in 100m dash; Alexis Rittman—6th in 100m dash; Girls 4x100m relay—6th place (Myah LeFlore, Catalina Carrasco, Caroline Bacon, Alexis Rittman); Girls 4x400m relay—8th Place (Caroline Bacon, Caroline Armour, Jennifer Sosnowski, Caroline May); Girls 4x800m relay—5th place (Jennifer Bond, Sophia Davis, Bridgette Groban, Caroline Armour); Sarah Vosburgh—4th in Pole Vault; Myah LeFlore—2nd in Triple Jump, 7th in Long Jump
Baseball – The Eagles got another win to up their record to 11-1. They beat FACS, 8-2, with Chris Sanford on the mound for the win and a Daniel Vailes’ homerun, his first of the year.
Softball – The Lady Eagles couldn’t hold up against two tough opponents, losing to Senatobia in the first game 7-1 and then to Tupelo, 8-1. Their record falls to 4-5 on the year.
Tennis – The girls got an exciting win over White Station 5-2, but the boys fell, 5-2 to White Station.
Girls: St. Benedict 5 def White Station 2
Singles-Eesha Gudisevar (W) def Finn Mullen (SBA) 8-0; Lauren Neuhoff (SBA) def Grace Ward (W) 8-0; Juliette Hirsch (SBA) def Austin Todd (W) 8-6; Katelyn Dabney (SBA) def Shreya Visvanathan 8-1; Allie Baxter (SBA) default
Doubles-LNeuhoff/Brooke Barton (SBA) def EGudisevar/GWard (W) 9-7; SVisvanathan/ATodd (W) def Sophie Scoggins/ABaxter (SBA) 8-6
Boys: White Station 5 def St. Benedict 2
Singles-Neil Aurora (W) def Joshua Beer (SBA) 8-1; Lewis Todd (W) def Grady Jennings (SBA) 8-1;George Todd (W) def Jacob Newbern (SBA) 8-0; Cody Goodnight (SBA) def Lyndon Shi 8-4; Aiden Little (SBA) def Krishra Dasar 8-3
Doubles-NAurora/Takuma Walter (W) def JBeer/GJennings 8-0; LTodd/GTodd (W) def CGoodnight/JNewbern 8-0;
Baseball – The Eagles advanced their record to 10-1 behind a 6-0 shutout from Bradley Bourgeios at ECS.
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles couldn’t get it going vs Briarcrest, taking a 16-1 loss. They are still in the winning column for the season with a 5-2 record.
Boys Soccer – The Eagles got a good win over Harding alst night at The Nest. Goals by Nick VanDeven, Jonah Strickland (2), Timmy VanDeven, with assists from Nathan King and Jack Mitchell. Goalkeeper was Robby VanBrott. The Eagles are 2-1.
Tennis – Congratulations to the boys and girls Tennis teams each for their 4-3 victories over Briarcrest The Nest.
Girls: St. Benedict 4 def Briarcrest 3
Singles-Peyton Sessions (B) def Mary Neitzke(SBA) 8-1; Jada Okhiria (B) def Lauren Neuhoff (SBA) 8-6; Kathleen Nutt (B) def Juliette Hirsch (SBA) 8-6; Katelyn Dabney (SBA) def Maddie Allen (B) 8-5; Allie Baxter (SBA) def Grace Le Fleur (B) 8-3; Sophie Scoggins (SBA) def Kathryn Melancon 8-2
Doubles-PSessions/Sarah (B) def LNeuhoff/Brooke Barton (SBA) 8-3; KDabney/JHirsch (SBA) def KNutt/MAllen (B) 8-2; ABaxter/MNeitzke (SBA) def Allie Willoughby/Chandler Schelp (B) 8-2
Boys: St. Benedict 4 def Briarcrest 3
Singles-Ben Austin (B) def Joshua Beer(SBA) 8-6; Christian Vasquez def Grady Jennings (SBA) 8-5; Jacob Newbern (SBA) default; Cody Goodnight (SBA) default; Aiden Little (SBA) default
Doubles-BAustin/CVasquez(B) def JNewbern/CGoodnight 8-3; GJennings/JBeer (SBA) default
Softball – The Lady Eagles couldn’t hold on against a tough Hernando team, losing a double-header, 11-2 in the first game and 9-5, in the second. The Lady Eagles are 4-5 for the year.
Baseball – The Eagles get another finish in the win column after beating Harding, 9-1. Chase Bailey gets his third win of the year. The Eagles are 9-1 on the year.
Softball – The Lady Eagles were 1 for 3 at the weekend Riverdale Classic in Nashville. Their first game was a loss in a back-and-forth game on Friday vs Vestavia Hills (AL), 9-4. The got win in the late match over Heritage (AR), 10-4 and followed with a loss on Sunday to Bloomington Central Catholic, 6-0. The Lady Eagles are 4-3 on the year.
Water Polo – The Eagles’ water polo team split a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon. In the first game, Ray Wynne led all scorers 5 goals and 4 assists and goalie Andrew Williams had 10 blocks in a 12-7 victory over Collierville. Also, getting in on the scoring were Zach Ryan (1 goal/2 assists), Emily Haff (2 goals/1 assist), Jack Leoni (2 goals), Jacob Hamann (1 goal) and Madison Wolfanger (1 goal). In the second game, the Eagles came up just short in a 12-11 loss to Arlington. The team stormed back from a big first half deficit and had a chance to tie at the end of regulation but luck and the clock were not on their side. The team was led by Ray Wynne (7 goals/3 assists), Erin Haff (1 goal/1 assist), Madison Wolfanger (1 goal/1 assist), Emily Haff (2 assists) and Zach Ryan (1 assist). The Eagles are 1-5 for the season.
Baseball – The Eagles moved up, again, in the win column to 8-1 for the season with a 6-1 win over White Station. Rayne Dennis gets the win for the Eagles.
Boys Lacrosse – Boys Lacrosse had a nice home win over Arlington, 15-4. Their record advances to 5-1.
Track & Field – The track team had their first competition at the Bartlett Panthers Invitational. Top SBA performances included: senior Eric Johnson, 2nd in High Jump and cleared 6 feet on his first attempt, sophomore Sarah Vosburgh, 2nd in pole vault at 8 feet 6 inches, senior Catherine May who won the open 800 m run in 2:36 and senior Kate Brickhill and sophomore Jordie Balton who got 4th and 5th in the discus, respectively.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles Lacrosse Team had a great night at Arlington with a 10-5 win. They are even for the season at 6-6.
Boys Soccer – Varsity boys soccer lost 3-2 vs Central at Melrose. The Eagles went up 2-0 and then struggled to maintain after - a lot of shots but not a lot of goals. They are 1-1 on the year.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles rebounded from the previous day’s loss with an 8-1 win over Harding. The boys lost in a close match, 5-2.
Girls: St. Benedict 8 def Harding 1
Singles-Courtney Brown (H) def Finn Mullen 9-7; Juliette Hirsch (S) def Roxanne Xue 8-2: Katelyn Dabney (S) def Olivia Parkhurst 8-5; Allie Baxter (S) def Kennedy Williamson 8-2; Mary Neitzke (S) def Anelq Messomboon Ret 6-0; Maggie Alexander (S) def Angie Medina 8-1
Doubles-Lauren Neuhoff/Brooke Barton (S) def CBrown/KWilliamson 8-3; JHirsch/KDabney (S) def OParkhurst/RXue 8-5; Katie Morris/ABaxter (S) def AMedina/AMessomboon 8-0
Boys: Harding 5 def St. Benedict 2
Singles-Joshua Beer (S) def Boyd Webber 8-6; Matthew Mihalka (H) def Grady Jennings 8-4; Cole Williamson (H) def Jacob Newbern 8-5; Jacob Attrock (H) def Cody Goodnight 8-3; Aiden Little (S) vs default
Doubles-BWebber/MMihalka (H) def JBeer/GJennings 8-6; CWilliamson/JAttrock (H) def JNewbern/ALittle 8-3
Tennis – It wasn’t a good day on the court for the Eagles, with both the boys and girls losing to St. George’s.
Girls: St. George’s 9 def SBA 1
Singles-Hannah Grace Howell (Sg) def Finn Mullen 8-1; Sidney Marr (SG) def Juliette Hirsch 9-7; Hannah Kate McDowell (SG) def Katelyn Dabney 8-1; Caroline McDowell (SG) def Lauren Neuhoff 8-5; Sam Patton (SG) def Sophie Scoggins 8-0; Allie Baxter (SBA) def Carson Moriarty 8-3
Doubles-H/Howell/HMcDowell (SG) def LNeuhoff/Brooke Barton 8-5; SMarr/SPatton (SG) def JHirsch/KDabney 8-1; Grace Opticam/Kate Seabrooke (SG) def Mary Neitzke/SScoggins 8-6
Boys: St. George’s 5 def SBA 0
Singles-Shaun Burgess (SG) def Joshua Beer 8-; Thomas Munn (SG) def Grady Jennings 8-0; John Mann (SG) def Jacob Newbern 8-1; Cade Bishop (SG) def Cody Goodnight 8-1; Mark Clark (SG) def Aiden Little 8-0
Doubles-Walker Stearns/SBurgess (SG) def JBeer/GJennings 8-0;John Kimball/MClark (SG) def CGoodnight/GJennings 8-1
Baseball – The Eagles go up 7-1 for the season with another win in the Best of the West Tournament. They beat Obion County, 7-3, with Bryan Seaman pitching for the win.
Soccer – The Eagles got a tough loss in the 2nd game of the season to FCA Nighthawks, 2-1. Josh Hamann was in goal with six saves for the Eagles. They are 1-1 on the year.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles get another nice win with a 6-3 victory over Arlington. The boys lost their 2nd match in a row, 6-1.
Girls: St. Benedict 6 def Arlington 3
Katie Morris (SBA) def Sophia Kehouk 8-6; Maggie Alexander (SBA) def Ava Jackson 8-3; Julia Estes (Arlington) def Noelle Ybos 8-5; Taylor Dempsey (Arlington) def Maddie Matheson 8-3; Emily McCulley (SBA) def Alexa O’Campo 8-3; Niki Lewis (SBA) def Hannah Pham 9-7
Katelyn Dabney/ Allie Baxter (SBA) def S Kehouk/ A Jackson 8-3; J Estes/T Dempsey (Arlington) def Ashley Magusiak/ Katie Antonapulos 8-4; K Morris/ M Alexander (SBA) def Rebecca Gunter/ Brianna Crosslin 6-1
Boys: St. Benedict 2 vs Jackson Prep 8
Baseball – Bradley Bourgeois got his second win of the season behind a 14-4 rout of Strayhorn in the Best of the West Tournament. The Eagles are now 6-1 on the year.
Boys Soccer – Eagles soccer gets a nice win in the official opening game of the season, beating Raleigh-Egypt, 4-2, with goals by Nick VanDeven (3) and Jack Mitchell, assists from Jonah Strickland, Kiko Martinez and Nick VanDeven. Robby VanBrott was in goal for the Eagles. The Eagles are 1-0.
Tennis – The Lady Eagles Tennis Team opened the season vs the Nighthawks with a 9-2 win. The boys came close, but took a 5-1 loss.
Girls: St. Benedict 9 def Knighthawks 2
Finn Mullen (SBA) def Sascha Steinhauer 8-3; Katelyn Dabney (SBA) def Emery Wiley 8-2; Juliette Hirsch (SBA) def Molly Ayers 8-1; Molly Ayers (Knighthawks) def Mary Neitzke 8-3: Sophie Scoggins (SBA) def Rachel Smith 8-2: Katie Morris (SBA) def Michelle Ledet 9-8: Maggy Alexander (SBA) def Molly Brown 8-4
Lauren Neuhoff/J Hirsch (SBA) def S Steinhauer/LHarris 8-0: K Dabney/Allie Baxter (SBA) def E Wiley/M Ayers 8-0; S Scoggins/F Mullen (SBA) def R Smith/M Brown 6-1; M Ledet/L Harris (Knighthawks) def Maddie Matheson/Noelle Ybos 6-3
Boys: Knighthawks 5 def SBA 1
Daniel Roshak (Knighthawks) def Joshua Beer 8-1; Sean Hammond (Knighthawks) def Jacob Newbern 8-0: Jonathon Whistler (Knighthawks) def Grady Jennings 8-6: Bennet Nutt (Knighthawks) def Aiden Little 6-2
D Roshak/S Hammond (Knighthawks) def J Beer/J Newbern 8-5; G Jennings/Cody Goodnight (SBA) def J Whistler/B Nutt 8-4
Softball – The Lady Eagles finished the Disney World Spring Break Tournament in a winning way with a 13-0 shutout over Hampton Bays. Grace Sweat got her 2nd win in the match-up. The Lady Eagles come home with a 3-1 record.
Baseball – The Eagles got a nice win in the semifinals of the Gulf Shores Classic with an 8-2 win over Huntsville (AL). Chase Bailey got the win. They finished as tournament runner-up later in the day, losing to Farragut (T), 11-1. The finished with a 5-1 record overall for a great season beginning.
Baseball – The Eagles remain undefeated in the Gulf Coast Classic with a strong win over Heritage academy, 10-0. Christian Presley got the shutout win for the Eagles, who are 4-0 for the season.
Softball – The Lady Eagles rebounded from their opening loss, to get a win over Deerfield Academy (MA), 8-4. Sophomore Rosie Robinson gets the win for the Eagles. They quickly followed with another win over Deerfield, 15-0, with Grace Sweat getting her first win and a shutout for the Eagles, who are 2-1 for the year.
Baseball – Another good day for the Eagles at Orange Beach, with a 15-8 win over Oak Hill Academy. Bryan Seaman gets the win or the Eagles, who are now 3-0 in this young season.
Softball – The Lady Eagles, in Orlando, opened the Disney Tournament in a close back and forth game, losing to Union County (TN), 4-6. Grace Sweat took the loss.
Baseball – The Eagles opened the season and the Gulf Shores Classic with two wins. They open with a 9-2 win over Tupelo Christian and follow with a 17-2 win over Sipsey Valley (Ala). Chase Bailey gets the first win and Bradley Bourgeois gets the win over Sipsey Valley. The Eagles are 2-0.
Trap – Senior Sam Childers got the best overall school of the day with a perfect 100 out of 275 competitors.
Water Polo – Water Polo is 0-2 after their first two games of the season. In the first game, senior Ray Wynne scored 7 goals and sophomore Zach Ryan and junior Erin Haff each had an assist but this was not enough to overcome a quick and determined MHEA squad and the Eagles went down 11-7. In the second game against CBHS, Zach Ryan tallied 3 goals, Junior Emily Haff scored 1, and Ray Wynne added another 5 goals but the Brothers prevailed 14-10.
Boys Lacrosse – Split their games in Nashville over the weekend, beating CPA, 11-10 on Friday. Nashville Metro slipped by the Eagles, 12-11. The Eagles are 4-1 on the season.
Girls Lacrosse – The girls lost to Father Ryan, 13-7 on Friday and Baylor, 19-4 on Saturday. They are 3-3 for the year.
Trap – The SBA Trap team brought home 6 awards today at the February Shelby County Scholastic Trap Tournament. The Varsity blue squad won 2nd Place Varsity team award - SBA's first team award in Trap. Shooting for Varsity blue today were Seniors Ivan Scheidhauer, Annie Longoria, and Sam Childers, Junior Bubba Erwin, and Sophomore Andrew Wilkins. SBA also won 5 individual awards. Ivan Scheidhauer won 1st place varsity male and Sam Childers won 2nd place varsity male. Junior Turner Schneider won 2nd place JV male alternate in a shoot off and Sophomore Harrison Lee won 3rd place JV male alternate in a shoot off. Sophomore Ashley Watters won 2nd place Varsity female alternate.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles reversed their results from the previous weekend, getting 1 win to 3 losses. The lost to St. George’s, 2-7, Franklin, 0-15 and Seymour, 5-16, but beat Hendersonville, 9-6. The Lady Eagles are 4-4 on the year.
Basketball – A tough night for the Eagles in the State Quarterfinals, as both the girls and boys lost to tough Ensworth teams. In a lopsided, 58-21 game, the Lady Eagles succumbed and a low shooting percentage. Senior Myah LeFlore, in her last SBA game, was high for the Eagles with 10. They finish the year even at 14-14. The boys also had a lopsided loss, 70-38. High for the Eagles was Moses Fofana for 13 and Avent Blueitt for 12. The Eagles finished 16-13 for the year.
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles have an unbeaten record so far in the year, with a 19-1 win over Bartlett. They hold a 3-0 record.
Girls Lacrosse – The Lady Eagles traveled to the Little Rock Tournament getting 3 wins with only 1 loss. The beat the Comets, 10-3, Republic, 13-1, Jenks, 4-2 and lost to NWA, 1-9.
Boys Lacrosse – The Eagles came away from action in Jackson, MS. with 2 wins over Madison Central, 9-2, and St. Andrews, 15-11. They are 2-0.
Wrestling – Joey Zazzara (106) advanced to the state individuals to meet the ultimate State Champion (McCallie) in the first round. He was pinned, putting him the consolation match with Braircrest wrestler, where he was pinned in the 3rd period.
Basketball – The Eagles wrapped up the regular season at Braircrest in Region games. The girls fell to the Lady Saints, 60-42, with Kristina Ferris leading for the Eagles (16) and Myah LeFlore with 12. The girls finish the regular season as region runner-up and an overall record of 14-13 and 4-2 in the region. The boys got a 2nd huge victory over the Saints, 60-58, giving them the region runner-up position. Leading the way and overall leader was Avent Blueitt with 25, followed by Trey Davis with 13. The Eagles finish the regular season 16-12 and 3-3 in the region. Both teams advance to the State Quarterfinals and host Ensworth girls and boys on Friday.
Basketball – The Lady Eagles won an intense and exciting game at Dyer County last night in double overtime, 76-73. Myah LeFlore was baller of the night for the Lady Eagles with 32 points. She was followed in double figures by Kristina Ferris with 17 and Lily Gleneck with 14. In double figures for rebounds were Catalina Carrasco with 13 (she had 8 points, as well) and Lauren Neuhoff with 11 rebounds. The girls are 14-12 overall. The boys came up short, losing 6-59. They were led by Trey Davis with 15, Avent Blueitt with 13 and Kyree Davis with 11. They have a 15-12 record overall.
Basketball – Congratulations to the Lady Eagles for their victory on Friday vs St. Agnes, 47-25. The Eagles were led by Myah LeFlore with 28 points. The Lady Eagles hold a solid second in the region with a region record of 4-1 going into the final game in the region on Friday vs region leader Briarcrest. The Lady Eagles are 13-12 overall. The boys didn’t fare as well, taking a loss from CBHS, 70-30. The Eagles are 3rd in the region with a 2-3 record heading to Briarcrest on Friday. The Eagles are 15-11 overall.
Swimming – The Lady Eagles finished 20th in the state with the 200 freestyle relay placing 9th and a new school record and junior Mariah Clemons claiming 7th (23.98) and another school record in the 50 freestyle. For the boys, Ray Wynne and Myles Bonner got their best times in the 200 freestyle.
Wrestling – Congratulations to Joey Zazzara for finishing 3rd in the 106 weight class at Saturday’s regional state qualifying tournament. He advances to the individual State Tournament this weekend in Nashville.
Basketball – The Eagles boys had a back-and-forth win over the Chargers of Southaven, 66-58. They had three in double figures with Kyree Davis leading with 18, followed by Trey Davis with 17 and Avent Blueitt with 13. Avent had a double/double, getting 11 rebounds for the night. They are 15-10 overall. The girls dropped a tough one to the Chargers, 52-43, but Myah LeFlore had 17 points and Kristina Ferris had 16. They are even at 12-12 overall.
Basketball – Hats off to the Eagles’ basketball teams for their great region wins on Friday. The girls Hutchison, 45-33, with Myah LeFlore leading the way with 13, followed by Catalina Carrasco, Lily Gleneck and Kristina Ferris all getting 10 points. The girls are 12-11 overall and 3-1 in the region. The boys took care of MUS with a 20-point win, 79-59, over MUS. Five players scored in double figures – Avent Blueitt 22, Trey Davis 15, Kyree Davis 12, Moses Fofana 11 and Eric Johnson with 10. The boys advance their record to 14-10 overall and 2-2 in the region. Congratulations to Trey Davis for being presented with the 100th point basketball before the game. Trey accomplished this achievement in the Brighton game last Tuesday. Eagles Basketball action picks up, again, at home vs Southaven tomorrow night and big region action on Friday vs St. Agnes and CBHS.
Girls/Boys Basketball – Nice wins for the Eagles last night over Brighton with the girls jumping out ahead early and getting a 56-32 win. The girls were led by Myah LeFlore with 17 with Lily Gleneck getting 14. Their record is 11-11 on the year. The boys won, 61-59, in a back-and-forth game. Trey Davis had a huge night with 30 points, followed by Avent Blueitt with 12. The Eagles are 13-10 for the year.
Swimming – The girls swim team placed 5th out of 22 schools at the Shelby County Swim Meet. The girls were led by sophomore sensation Madison Wolfanger who placed 1st in the 50-backstroke (broke the school record) and 3rd in the 100-backstroke. Junior Mariah Clemons added points for our team by placing 3rd in the 50-freestyle (new school record) and 6th in the 100-freestyle. The girls 200-freestyle relay finished 3rd (another school record) with Madison, Mariah, Erin & Emily Haff. Rounding out the top 10 finishers for the girls were Delaney Nolan, Courtney Stephens, Isabell Hoppal and Maddie Ward. The boys placed 7th out of 22 teams and were led by senior Ray Wynne who placed 5th in the 100-freestyle and 8th in the 100-IM. Junior Myles Bonner placed 9th in the 200- freestyle and 7th in the 500-freestyle. Rounding out the boys finishers were Eric Ardis 10th in 50-breaststroke and Zach Ryan who placed 10th in 100-butterfly. Congrats swimmers on a fantastic season! Next up is the State Swim Meet in Knoxville on Feb 9 & 10.
Basketball – Congratulations to the boys basketball team in their exciting win over Briarcrest on Friday, 63-60. Kyree Davis led all scorers with 23 points and Avent Blueitt helped with 15. The win gives the Eagles their first region win of the year. They are 12-10 overall and 1-2 in the region. Great night for the Eagles. The girls lost, 65-54, but battled to get close in the last quarter. This is only their 1st loss in region. The girls are 10-11 overall and 2-1 in the region.
Basketball – The Eagles boys jumped out in front early in their game with MHEA to get a 63-45 victory. Leading for the Eagles was Kyree Davis and Avent Blueitt with 15 and Moses Fofana with 12. The boys are 11-10 overall for the season. The girls had a rough night, losing to MHEA 54-34. Myah LeFlore led with 18 for the night. The girls are even overall at 10-10.
Bowling – The SBA Guys won their 4th ever and second straight State title in a thrilling comeback that saw the Eagles take the last 11 points in their win over CBHS. The 18-9 victory capped a 17-2 season. The Eagles were led by 3-game winner Phillip Tovar (215), seniors Ben Murphy (254,218), Conner Nichols (3-game winner), Daniel Caprio, Spencer Ridgway, juniors Nick Agnew (221,217). Junior Nic Ferrante was a huge part gaining the state title, too. He finishes 4th in the state in the Individual Bowling Tournament and Conner Nichols is 5th.
The Ladies bowled very well and came up just short in the quarters in a nail biter to GPS 15-12. They finished the year with a 10-4 record. Prior to claiming the state title, the Eagles handily beat PJP,II, 19-8 and MUS, 20-7.
Boys Basketball – The Eagles gave it a valiant effort on Friday vs CBHS in region action and a nail biter, losing 53-50. Moses Fofana was game high scorer with 20, followed by Trey Davis with 13.
Girls Basketball – The Lady Eagles Varsity Basketball team got another Region win at St. Agnes, 44-33. Myah LeFlore led with 17 points. The girls are 10-9 overall and 2-0 in the region.
Bowling – Junior Nick Agnew was named the best bowler in the state at the TSSAA Bowler of the Year award ceremony in Smyrna. Individual tournament 1st round results are junior Nic Ferrante (currently in 3rd) and Conner Nichols currently tied for 6th. No girls made the cut for the top 6 and Nick Agnew finished just outside.
Swimming – The Eagles came in 3rd place in last night’s meet by a mere 4 points behind Houston! It was a close one! The swimmers beat out White Station, Bartlett, ECS, Tipton-Rosemark and Harding. The boys were led by senior Ray Wynne, 1st in the 100 IM and 2nd in the 100 free. Also finishing in the top 5 were Myles Bonner in 100 back and 100 breast, and Zach Ryan, 2nd in the 500 free. On the girls’ side, Madison Wolfanger was 4th in 100 back, Delaney Nolan, 4th in 100 breast, Erin Haff swam to a 5th place in 50 fly and sister Emily, 5th in 100 back. Ashley Wieties swam a fantastic leg on the 400 free relay to come up with a personal best time! Congrats! Great job swimmers! The Eagles will compete in the County Championship Swim Meet next Saturday evening at St George's. Go Eagles!
Basketball – Although the Eagles sustained losses, it was some exciting basketball at The Nest. The girls lost 57-51, with Catalina Carrasco and Myah LeFlore each getting 17 points. Their record is 9-9 overall. The boys pushed the game to overtime, losing in the last few seconds by one point, 56-55. Avent Blueitt was high scorer for the Eagles with 20. They hold a 10-9 record overall.
Basketball – The Lady Eagles opened region action with a victory over Hutchison, 51-40. Catalina Carrasco led the way for the Eagles with 17 points. Myah LeFlore had 16 and Lily Gleneck also scored in double figures with 10. The Lady Eagles are 9-8 overall and 1-0 in the region. The boys lost in the final seconds of the game with MUS, 55-54. The Eagles came from behind a 14-point deficit at the half to outscore the Owls by 14 points in the 2nd half. In the valiant effort, the Eagles were led by Avent Bluitt with 15 and Trey Davis with 13. The boys are 10-8 overall and 0-1 in the region.
Swimming – The Eagles swam to a 3rd place finish behind St George's and Houston. They beat out Germantown, ECS and Tipton-Rosemark. Ray Wynne qualified for the State Swim Meet in the 200 freestyle and Mariah Clemmons qualified in the 200 IM. Congrats to these swimmers who swam personal bests: Zach Ryan, Jonah Schiavone, Alex Bindbeutel and Nathan Li. The girls were led by Clemons, Madison Wolfanger, Sarah Haskell, Maddie Ward and Isabella Hughes.
Boys/Girls Bowling – The Lady Eagles capped their regular season in excellent fashion in a 26-1 victory over Lausanne. The Ladies were led by Julianne Cordera (222), Liz Holliday (203), and emerging superstar Christina Rochette as they bowled the highest team game of the season—twice—and finished with the best team pinfall in D2 for the whole season. The boys also defeated Lausanne, 25-2, and were led by Phillip Tovar, Seth Nichols, Carlo Casama and Hayden Jones. Both teams are looking great as they head into the State Tournament next week.
Girls Basketball – The Lady Eagles hung on for a 49-45 win over Bolton in non-conference action. Myah LeFlore had a strong shooting game, finishing with 25, followed by Kristina Ferris with 10. The Lady Eagles are even with an 8-8 record.
Boys Bowling – Boys Bowling gave a valiant effort and won more individual games but came up just short in a 14.5-12.5 stumble against CBHS. The Region runner-up Eagles were led by Spencer Ridgway, Nick Agnew, Ben Murphy, Conner Nichols, Daniel Caprio and Nic Ferrante
Boys Basketball – The boys over Memphis Metro Prep, 77-62, with Trey Davis leading the way with 15 and Avent Blueit with 11. All Eagle players scored in the game. The Eagles are 10-7 on the year.
Basketball – Nice basketball wins today for varsity girls and boys at FACS on Saturday. Girls win, 72-42, with Lauren Neuhoff getting a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Other notable stats-Myah LeFlore with 16 and Katherine Vassallo with 10. The girls hold a 7-8 record. In the boys’ game, the Eagles won, 59-52, and were led by Avent Blueitt with 18, Trey Davis with 17 and Eric Johnson getting 11 in a powerful 3-dunk game. Their record stands at 9-7.
Swimming – At the Excel Invite in Brentwood, placing in the top 10 were Madison Wolfanger 4th in 100 backstroke and 5th in 50 freestyle; Courtney Stephens 7th in 500 freestyle and Emily Haff 6th in 100 backstoke. The boys were led by Zach Ryan who swam the 500 freestyle for the first time. Best times by Alex Bindbeutel in 50 free, Bella Hughes in 50 free, Nathan Li in 100 breast, Thad Ryan in 50 free, Jonah Schiavone in 200 free, Maddie Ward in 100 back and Ashley Wieties in 100 back.
Basketball – The Eagles JV girls and boys and varsity girls got wins over St. George’s. The Varsity girls won, 58-32, with Myah LeFlore and Kristina Ferris each getting 14 points, followed by Lily Gleneck with 11. The Lady Eagles are 6-8 on the year. The Varsity boys lost in a valiant effort, 66-53, with Kyree Davis leading with 12 points, followed by Trey Davis and Avent Blueitt with 11 each. The Eagles are 8-7 on the year.
Bowling – Boys bowling dispatched Briarcrest 24-3 in a rescheduled match. Junior Nick Agnew nearly achieved perfection with a 286 to lead the Eagles who also had huge games of 255, 234 from fellow junior Nic Ferrante. Seniors Ben Murphy (227) and Spencer Ridgway (207, 215) also helped in the blowout. Freshman standout Trey Angotti unleashed a 222 and junior Phillip Tovar kicked in a 200 for the most powerful line-up in the State.
Wrestling – The team was down to one wrestler for this The Bartlett Panther Invitation with Joey Zazarra finishing 3rd in his weight class (113).
Basketball – The Eagles Boys and girls basketball teams had some exciting action in the annual Sandestin beach Blowout over the Christmas holidays. The boys won 3 of 4 games to finish as Consolation Champions. The girls had 1 victory to 2 losses in very close match-ups and one overtime game. Congratulations to Trey Davis and Myah LeFlore for being selected to the All-Tournament team.
Boys scores –
Hughes-Ohio 48 vs SBA 45; SBA 59 vs Bayside 23; SBA 81 vs St. Paul’s-Ala 74; SBA 76 vs Maclay-FL 67. The Eagles are 8-6 on the year.
Girls scores –
SBA 65 vs Lexington-SC 55; SBA 38 vs Starrs Mill-GA 40; SBA 34 vs Olive Springs-TN 38. The girls are 5-8 on the year.
Basketball – A sweep for the Eagles over Lausanne with both girls and boys getting victories. The girls won, 36-31 with Myah LeFlore leading all scorers with 15 points, followed by Kristina Ferris with 8 and Lauren Neuhoff with 7. The Lady Eagles are 4-6 and headed to the Sandestin Blowout after Christmas. The boys were led by Avent Blueitt with 14, followed by Trey Davis with 9 and Eric Johnson with 7. The boys are 5-5 and are also headed to the Sandestin Blowout.
Wrestling – Only three matches for wrestling vs Cordova with Joey Zazarra winning by forfeit and Jaylan Sales winning with a pin and in an extra match by superior decision.
Basketball – Great job by the Lady Eagles in a come from behind win over ranked Arlington, 39-37. Leading all scorers was Myah LeFlore with 16, followed by Lily Gleneck with 13. Lauren Neuhoff contributed with 12 big rebounds. The Lady Eagles hold a 3-6 record. The boys didn’t have the same luck despite Avent Blueitt’s 15 points, getting a 59-39 loss. The Eagles are 4-5 on the year.
Bowling – The Bowling Teams had signature wins at Andy B’s. The Ladies defeated Harding 19-8 in a come from behind win that secured their spot at State. The Lady Eagles were led by Lauren Williams, Veronica Fillion, Olivia Webb, Julianne Cordera and Liz Holliday. They are 9-3. Meanwhile, the Guys flexed serious muscle in a 22-5 victory over Briarcrest. Ben Murphy (238, 224), Nic Ferrante (221,209), Spencer Ridgway (225), Daniel Caprio (205,234), Phillip Tovar (236), Josh Edoff (235) and Conner Nichols (215) led the way. They are 12-1 for the year.
Basketball – Boys: Big Win over defending state champs Harding Academy 61-48 Trey Davis led the pack with 23pts. They are 4-4 on the year. Girls: Fall 48-39 on the road to Undefeated Harding Academy. Myah LeFlore led with 20pts. Their record drops to 2-6
Bowling – Boys Bowling was epic in a blistering 25.5-1.5 win and 3,956 pins against Harding. Nick Agnew led with an 809 series including a 299 second game (241,269) for the series. All team members helped out and Conner Nichols (213, 269) was nearly perfect in his second game as well. Recognition also goes to Nic Ferrante (208,228), Spencer Ridgway (235), Ben Murphy (236, 214), Seth Nichols (211) and Josh Edoff (204). The Eagles are 11-1 for the year. Meanwhile, the girls beat Hutchison 27-0 with good outings by Liz Holliday, Julianne Cordera and Veronica Fillion. They are 8-3 for the year.
Basketball – Both the varsity girls and boys fell to Ensworth and Brentwood Academy on a road trip to Nashville. The girls lost, 48-20, and were really never in the contest with Ensworth. No one had double digit in scoring. They played better the next night vs Brentwood Academy, but still got the loss, 51-32. Senior Myah LeFlore led all scorers with 21. The Lady eagles are 2-5 on the year. The boys lost to Ensworth in the first match-up, 66-56 with Trey Davis leading all scorers with 23. In the 2nd match-up at Brentwood Academy, they lost, 79-51. Avent Blueitt led for the Eagles with 11. The Eagles are 3-4 on the year.
Bowling – The Boys Bowling Team dominated Briarcrest, 25-2, at Andy B’s yesterday. Conner Nichols was phenomenal in a nearly perfect 290 game. Spencer Ridgway, Nic Ferrante, Daniel Caprio and Nick Agnew also had monster days in a match that saw the Eagles post nearly 3700 pins. The Eagles are 10-1 for the year.
Basketball – The Lady Eagles met up with a freight train in Northpoint Christian, losing 60-27. Lily Gleneck led with 11 points. The loss dropped their record to 2-3. The boys had a better night, getting a win over the Trojans, 67-47 with Trey Davis the leading scorer with 17. The Eagles are 3-2 on the year.
Bowling – The Eagles teams got wins with the boys beating MUS, 18-9, behind Nic Ferrante, Phillip Tovar, Ben Murphy, Conner Nichols and Nick Agnew. They are 9-1 on the year. The girls beat Briarcrest, 22-5, with McKenna Smith, Julianne Cordera, Veronica Fillion and Kat Vinton leading the Eagles. Their record is 7-3.
Basketball – Both the girls and boys played in Thanksgiving Tournaments and both split, each getting one win and one loss. At the Jerry Peters MUS Classic, the boys lost their first game vs Lighthouse Christian from Nashville, 61-58. Avent Blueitt led all scorers with 20 points and Kyree Davis added 10. The Eagles regrouped and handily took care of business with a win over Memphis Catholic, 51-28. Avent Blueitt, again, was the high scorer with 12 followed by Moses Fofano with 10. The tournament left them with a 2-2 record. In the girls Tournament in Little Rock, the Eagles lost to a tough Har Ber team, 48-28. Myah LeFlore led the way with 15. The Lady Eagles beat E. Poinsett in the 2nd match-up, 58-41, with LeFlore again leading with 22 points, followed by Lauren Neuhoff with 10. The Lady Eagles posted a 2-2 record following the tournament.
Wrestling – The Eagles wrestling roster, being below quotas for duals had the following finishes- Joey Zazarra received a foreit at 113 lbs; Dalton Kilpatrick lost a narrow decision, 5-6, at 120 lbs; Jaylan Sales won by PIN at 160 lbs.
Basketball - A fun night of basketball at "The Nest" with the Eagles sweeping Millington in the home opener. Myah LeFlore was high scorer for the girls with 21, while Lily Gleneck dropped in 15. Lauren Neuhoff, also in double digits with 10. Gleneck also had 10 big rebounds for the Lady Eagles in their victory, 61-24. They are 1-1 on the year. The varsity boys got the lead in the 2nd quarter and never looked, winning 69-51. Leading the way for the Eagles were Trey Davis with 19, Avent Blueitt with 15 and Eric Johnson with 12. They also hold a 1-1 record.
Bowling – The Eagle Bowling Teams found mixed success at All-Star lanes. The guys retired Lausanne 25-2 as Nick Agnew continued to improve with a 246,233,258 (737 series). Conner Nichols (254,213), Ben Murphy (235) and Spencer Ridgway (226) also had big days. Their record stands at 8-1.Meanwhile the ladies bowled well, but came up 9 pins short in a 14-13 decision to St. Mary’s. Liz Holliday, Julianne Cordera and Olivia Webb paced an Eagle squad that has lots of talent waiting to jell for the run at State. Their record is 6-3.
Swimming – The SBA swimmers combined to place 2nd behind MHEA at their 4th meet of the season. The boys team beat out CBHS, Harding, and Germantown and the girls team beat St Agnes, Harding, Tipton Rosemark, Northpoint Christian, and IC. PR's were made by Marie Ward, Sarah Haskell, Erin Haff, Emily Haff, Lucy Morris, Jenny Farler, Abby Williams, Nathan Li, and Myles Bonner.
Boys Basketball – The Eagles opened with a TSSAA Hall of Champions game at Houston and fell behind early to never recover. They took the loss, 82-47. Record is 0-1.
Girls Basketball – Similarly, the Lady Eagles couldn’t recover from an early deficit, also losing, 77-44. Record, 0-1.
Bowling – The Eagle Bowling teams had a tough day on the lanes at Cordova lanes. Despite a 722 series from Nic Ferrante (including a nearly perfect 288), the guys ran into a CBHS team that was unstoppable. Their record is 7-1. Meanwhile, the ladies couldn't find enough team chemistry and were upended by St. Agnes. They have 6 wins and 2 losses on the year.
Bowling – Eagles bowling team put two more wins on the board at All-Star Lanes. The girls were led by Julieanne Cordera, Veronica Fillion and Jordi Balton to get a win over Hutchison, 25-2. The girls are 6-1 on the year. The boys moved to 7-0 with a 17-10 decision over Harding. They were led by Nick Agnew (269), Conner Nichols (237) and freshman Trey Angotti.
Swimming – The SBA swimmers combined to place 3rd behind Collierville and Arlington at St. George’s. For the girls: Outstanding swimmers were Mariah Clemons, Madison Wolfanger, Emily Haff and Erin Haff. For the boys: Outstanding swimmers were Ray Wynne, Eric Ardis, Myles Bonner and Zach Ryan.
Bowling – The Lady Eagles won in an Election Day landslide 23-4 over Briarcrest, led by Julianne Cordera (203), Veronica Fillion(196) and Liz Holliday to advance to 5-1. Meanwhile, the guys took care of business with a win over MUS 20.5-6.5 to go to 6-0 and #1 State ranking. Leading the way were Nick Agnew (223,211,211), Nic Ferrante (213,222), Conner Nichols (234) and Spencer Ridgway (208).
Cross Country – Great results at Steeple Chase in Nashville at the State Cross Country Meet with both the boys and girls teams finishing 7th in the state. Leading the boys was senior Ray Wynne finishing 8th with a time of 16:53.37 - the best from West Tennessee - and Jake Coppedge with a 17:55.90 time. For the girls, leading were senior Catherine May finishing 33(22:25.55), sophomore Kaitlyn Butze 35 (22:33.37) and freshman Caroline Armour-37th (22:40.74).
Football – The Eagles’ season came to a close in the 1st round of the State Playoffs with a loss, 43-18 to CBHS. The game was closer than the score would indicate, with the Eagles coming back from a huge deficit, late, to put up 18 points. The Eagles finish overall 3-8 on the year.
Swimming - SBA swimmers finished in 3rd place at their 2nd meet of the season. Leading the boys were Myles Bonner and Zach Ryan. Outstanding swims for the girls were Mariah Clemons, Delaney Nolan, and Madison Wolfanger. Emily Haff qualified for the state meet in the 100 backstroke.
Football – The Eagles had a tough night with their last regularly scheduled game at Briarcrest in region action. SBA was held to only 5 first downs and never got on the board in the loss, 41-0. The Eagles end the regular season 3-7 and 0-3 in the region. They travel to CBHS on Friday for the 1st Round of the State play-offs.
Bowling – The Eagles Bowling Team had mixed results at Winchester with the guys beating Lausanne 25.5-1.5. Nick Agnew (199,279,257) and Nic Ferrante (226,221) were dominant in leading the 5-0 Eagles and Ben Murphy (223,204) and Conner Nichols (207) also chipped in big days for the Eagles, who are now ranked #1 in State. Conner Nichols (207) and Phillip Tovar (208) also chipped in stellar games as the Eagles continue their inexorable push to State. Meanwhile, the Ladies fell just shy in a 15-12 battle with St. Agnes. The Ladies were without some needed help but still managed to push the Stars to the final frame as Julianne Cordera (223) won all three of her matches. This should be an interesting matchup when the two teams meet again in just 19 days. The Lady Eagles are 4-1 on the year.
Swimming – Swim starts the season with a 2nd place combined win! The boys were led by Myles Bonner and Zach Ryan in the backstroke and freestyle events and finished 3rd behind MUS and St Georges. New comer Mariah Clemons won the 100 butterfly to lead the girls to a 2nd place finish behind St Georges. Also swimming well on the girls side: Emily and Erin Haff, Delaney Nolan and Madison Wolfanger.
Bowling – The Eagle Bowling men shrugged off first game jitters at All-Star Lanes and came roaring back from a 6-2 deficit to crush CBHS 18-9 with one of the best scores recorded in D2 history at 3788 pins---a 207.6 average. Junior standout Nick Agnew (232, 243,257--732 series) led all bowlers, but this was a total team effort. Nic Ferrante (255, 224), Conner Nichols (246,207,200), Ben Murphy (221,202), Phillip Tovar (212, 215) and Daniel Caprio also came up huge for your 4-0 Eagles. Meanwhile, the girls advanced to 4-0, as well, with their lopsided 26-1 decision over Lausanne. The constantly improving Eagles were led by Olivia Webb, Kat Vinton, McKenna Smith, Julianne Cordera, and Lauren Williams.
Varsity Football – The Eagles hosted the Eagles of ECS in a non-region game, but gave up 37 points, losing 37-9. Michael berra put points on the board in the 2nd quarter with a 39-yard FG and Bubba Erwin put up six late in the last quarter to make it 9. The Eagles are 3-6 on the year.
Bowling – The Eagle Bowling Teams keep getting stronger as both advanced to 3-0 for the 2016 campaign with wins over St, Mary's and MUS. The ladies won 21-6 behind a huge performance by McKenna Smith (204) and a lot of help from Julianne Cordera, Olivia Webb, Liz Holliday and Allie Carr. Meanwhile, the guys put away MUS 18-9 with big-time games by Nick Agnew (254), Nic Ferrante (244, 201) and Ben Murphy (211, 221).
Soccer – Despite a valiant and hard fought effort in the State Quarterfinals at Fr. Ryan, the Lady Eagles Soccer Team lost an “oh so close one,” 1-0, to end the season. Their overall record was 3-6-10 for the year.
Cross Country – The Eagles cross country teams participated in the West Tennessee XC Championships before heading to the State. In the girls Varsity race, senior Catherine May was the top SBA finisher (24th place) just ahead of freshman Caroline Armour (25th place). The girls finished 8th out of 14 teams. In the boys Varsity race, senior Ray Wynne medaled (11th place) with Jake Coppedge (17th place) not far back. He boys finished 6th out of 16 teams. In the JV races, seniors Courtney Cremerius, Kaitie Camp and Matthew Faasse concluded their racing careers with determined and gutsy efforts on a hot and sunny afternoon.
Bowling – The Bowling Team put on a strong performance in a big win over D1 powerhouse Brighton. The Boys are 2-0 on the season after their 17-10 victory. Led by junior Nick Agnew (257, 236), junior Nic Ferrante (236,235), senior Conner Nichols (232, 226) and junior Phillip Tovar (204), the Eagles are getting stronger by the match. Meanwhile, the Ladies looked very solid in their 20-7 decision, giving them a 2-0 record, also. Led by seniors Julianne Cordera, Liz Holliday and Veronica Fillion with big help from juniors Allie Carr, Lauren Williams and Olivia Webb, the 2-0 Ladies could make some big noise as the season progresses.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles extended their season to advance to the State Quarterfinals next week with a huge win over rival St. Agnes, 3-1. The girls’ record is 3-6-9 overall.
Volleyball – The season came to a close for the Lady Eagles in Chattanooga, as Baylor got the state quarterfinal win in 3 sets, 13-25, 8-25, 7-15. The Eagles captured a winning season, advancing to the quarterfinals and ending with an overall record of 25-17.
Football – The Eagles had a great first quarter, but fell behind early in the 2nd quarter, giving up 28 points and never recovered, losing a region game to CBHS, 35-0. The Eagles are 3-5 overall and 0-2 in the region.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles Varsity Volleyball Team got a huge win over St. Agnes in 5 sets in the 1st round of the TSSAA tournament; 25-25-17, 22-25, 25-19, 17-25, 15-13. The Lady Eagles advance to the State Quarterfinals at Chattanooga Baylor on Saturday. Their record is 25-16 heading into the quarters.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles held even, 0-0, through the half, but got behind in the 2nd half, losing a region game to Briarcrest, 4-1. The Eagles finish the regular season with 2-6-9 overall record and 0-3-3 record in the region.
Football – The Eagles got on the winning track with a strong win over Manassas at home, 45-8. Josh Thornton threw TD passes of 9 yards to Cam Jones, 32 to Avent Blueitt and 33 to Fischer Clarke. Jones also caught a 9-yard TD pass from Jesse Komoroski while Lincoln Caldwell scored on a 31-yard interception return. Michael Berra offered points with 5 extra-point kicks and a 33-yard field goal.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles succumbed to a tough Munford team and took a 1-0 loss. The team is 2-6-5 overall and 0-3-2 in the region as they finish on Tuesday in the last regular season game vs Briarcrest in region action.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles wrapped up the regular season with an exciting region win over St. Agnes in four sets, 25-19, 25-16, 227-27, 25-22. The Eagles swept St. Agnes during the season, therefore advancing to the 1st round of the State Tournament as the region 3rd seed. They host St. Agnes, again, on Wednesday, in a match that determines who advances to the semifinals. The Lady Eagles are 24-16 overall and 2-4 in the region.
Girls Soccer – It was a tough night on the pitch for the Lady Eagles as they succumbed to the ECS Eagles, 5-1. Record 2-6-4 (0-3-1).
Volleyball – Lady Eagles Volleyball brought house down over at SFA with huge senior night victory over Houston in 4. All close games: 25-21,21-25,26-24, 25-21. The Eagles are 23-16 overall (1-4).
Cross Country – The cross country team ran the Jesse Owens Classic in Danville, AL, the largest high school cross country race in the Southeast. Eight Eagles set personal bests: Jake Coppedge (17:08), Caleb Hobbs (17:50), Sam Baker (18:34), Joe Merrill (19:49), Jack Leoni (19:59), Jamie Brannon (25:41), Bridgette Groben (25:42), and Courtney Cremerius (27:35).
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles held St. Agnes to a 0-0 to halftime, but allowed the Stars to score their lone goal in the second. They are 2-6-5 overall and 0-3-2 in the region.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles traveled to Franklin for the annual Mid-Tenn Classic coming away with 6 wins and only 2 losses. They advanced to the Gold Bracket playoffs with wins on Friday over Smyrna, 25-13, 25-23 and Dyersburg, 25-21, 22-25, 21-19. Their loss on Friday was to Summertown, 22-25, 28-30. On Saturday they beat Eagleville, 25-17, 25-22; Covenant, 25—8, 25-9; Columbia, 25-21, 25-7 and Fr. Ryan, 25-23, 22-5. Their only loss on Saturday was Ooltewah, 18-25, 20-25. With this tournament, the Lady Eagles are 22-16 overall (1-3).
Football – The Eagles were only behind 16-0 at the half at MUS, but the tired Eagles succumbed to the Owls offense and ultimately lost 43-0 in the first region game of the year. They fall to 2-4 overall and 0-1 in the region.
Golf – Congratulations SBA golfers Anikka Ferro, Maribeth Peevy and Mitchell Bowlin on a great State Tournament. Mitch finished 14 of 35 and Maribeth finished 5 of 25 and Anikka 22nd.
Girls Soccer – The varsity girls soccer team hand an exciting senior night game vs Hutchison. The game ended with a defensive battle in a 0-0 tie. The Lady Eagles are 2-6-4 overall and 0-3-1 in the region.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles varsity volleyball team had a decisive victory over ECS, winning in three quick sets, 25-21, 25-11, 25-12.. The Lady Eagles hold an even overall record of 16-16 (1-3 in the region).
Football – The Eagles jumped out ahead early in the game with a reception by Cam Jones for a TD to go up 6-0, but Raleigh-Egypt answers in the 2nd half and remained ahead of the Eagles and eventually win, 41-19. Maurice Howard excited the Eagles’ fans with a time-off-the-clock 50-yard run to score at the end of the game. It was a valiant effort by the Eagles. They are 2-3 on the year.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles were shut-out at home vs Arlington, 3-0. This drops their record to 2-5-4 overall (0-2-1 in region).
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles got a nice win on the road vs. Germantown, 225-15, 18-25, 25-16, 25-22. They are 15-16 overall (region 1-3).
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles fall 3-1 vs Bartlett. They are 2-5-3 overall and 0-2-1 in the region.
Volleyball – Just as last night, the Lady Eagles started off with a good start and win in the first set, 25-20, in region action with Hutchison, but lost the next 3, 25-16, 25-19, 25-19 to drop their record to 14-16 overall and 1-3 in the region.
Boys Golf – Shooting a 70, Mitchell Bowlin wrote his ticket to the State playoffs and was named to the All-Region Team.
Volleyball – Despite getting off to a great start in the 1st set with a win, 25-20, the Lady Eagles succumbed to a tough Harding team with losses in the next 3 sets, 25-11, 25-15, 25-19. The Lady Eagles are 14-15 overall and 1-2 in the region.
Cross Country – The Cross Country team ran in the annual Tennessee Classic at the Steeplechase course in Nashville with freshman Caroline (Coco) Armour (30th place – 20:49) leading the way and taking home her first “Top 40” medal. In a rain-delayed and soggy boys varsity race, Ray Wynne (21st place-17:26) and Jake Coppedge (31st place – 17:43) both medaled while junior Joe Merrill (19:52) broke 20 minutes for the first time and freshman Hayden Thompson moved up to the varsity and ran a respectable 20:50.
Football – The Eagles had an outstanding Homecoming victory over Catholic, 51-14. The Eagles got two rushing TD’s apiece from Cam Jones and Parker Cody and a TD each from Bubba Erwin, Maurice Howard and Baylor Bearden while holding the Chargers to minus-49 yards on the ground. Michael Berra’s extra points were good, adding 7 points for the Eagles. The Eagles hold a 2-2 record on the year.
Boys Golf – The Eagles (184) lost to CBHS (150) And Briarcrest (155), but Mitchell Bowling was co-medalist at 35. The Eagles are 21-30 on the year.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles got a nice region win over St. Agnes in three sets, 25-21-, 25-16, 25-19. This gives them their first region win of the year. Their overall record is even at 14-14 and region is 1-2.
Girls Golf – Lady Eagles’ golfers Maribeth Peevy and Anikka Ferro qualified to advance to the State Tournament in region play-off action. Maribeth finished 3rd individually in the overall field with a 78 and the 2-member team finished 3rd in the region.
Boys Golf – The Eagles (193) were last in a 3-team match, coming in behind MUS (147) and Briarcrest (177). The Eagles are 21-29 on the year.
Girls Soccer – Catalina Carrasco had 2 goals as Lady Eagles Soccer beat Germantown, 6-0. Phoebe Conine,Isabella Giddens, Chloe Beth Heath, Emily Sosnowski also scored. The girls are 2-5-2 overall (0-2-1).
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles were beat in 3 sets at Houston, 25-13, 25-19, 27-25. Theya re 13-14 overall (0-2).
Girls Golf – The Lady Eagles (88) succumbed to Hutchison (85) and St. George’s (86) at a match at Windyke. They prepare, now, for regions with a regular season record of 21-28-1.
Girls Golf – The Lady Eagles (83) got wins over St. George’s (84), Northpoint (94) and Tipton/Rosemark (106) and tie with Hutchison (83) on Saturday. They hold a 21-26-1 record heading into region play.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles Varsity Soccer Team had a good Rivals Tournament. They finished with a win over Lexington, 4-1, and tied two with St. George’s and Farragut, 1-1 each. The Lady Eagles are 1-5-2 overall (0-2-1).
Volleyball – Congratulations to the Lady Eagles varsity in advancing to the finals and finishing 2nd in the River City Tournament Silver Bracket this weekend.
Boys & Girls Golf – The Eagles traveled to annual Fr. Ryan Invitational with senior Maribeth Peevy capturing 2nd after a play-off round with a score of 69. Other scores of note were: Mitchell Bowlin with 78 and Jesse Hollingsworth with an 82.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles opened the Rivals Tournament with an exciting 1-1 tie with St. George’s. Their record is 0-3-3 overall.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles fought hard and challenged St. Agnes to 1-1 tie. They are 0-2-3 overall and 0-2-1 in the region.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles captured a nice non-region win over St. George’s in three sets, 25-21, 25-18, 25-23. They hold a 10-11 overall record (0-2 in the region).
Girls Golf – Yet another medalist day for senior golfer Maribeth Peevy with a score of 40, as the Lady Eagles (85) beat Briarcrest (104) at Quail Ridge.
Cross Country – The Eagle cross country team participated in the Brooks Twilight race on Saturday night. In the boy’s JV race, freshman Hayden Thompson ran a 21:14 to finish 196 of 370 runners. Senior Catherine May (21:07) and freshman Caroline “Coco” Armour (21:36) paced the girls in the Varsity girl’s race and senior Ray Wynne (17:06) was one of three boys including senior Jake Coppedge (17:29) and sophomore Caleb Hobbs to run the 5K in 17 minutes – the first time in over four years where three Eagle boys broke 18 minutes in the same race.
Football – The Eagles put up yards and hung tough with multiple injuries, but succumbed to BGA, 37-0. Looking to Homecoming in 2 weeks! Their record is 1-2.
Girls Golf – Maribeth Peevy was low scorer with a 40 as Lady Eagles Golf (96) beats Arlington (101). They hold a 7-15 record
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles got behind, 1-0, in the first half vs Briarcrest in region action, and couldn’t muster a score, ultimately losing, 2-0. Their record stands at 0-1-2 and 0-1-1 in the region.
Volleyball – The nationally ranked and #1 team in the area Briarcrest Saints handily beat the Lady Eagles in 3 sets, 25-10, 25-20, 25-19. The Lady Eagles are 9-11 overall and 0-2 in the region.
Boys Golf – The guys lost in a close to Tipton/Rosemark, 168-162. Congratulations goes out to Mitchell Bowlin who led the Eagles with a 34. Special congratulations to Brandon Stevens who shot a 46. The boys hold a 4-16 record.
Boys Golf – The Eagles finished 3rd (193) in a 3-team match, losing to St. George’s (160) and CBHS (162).
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles got behind early and never could rebound, losing to an aggressive White Station team, 5-1. They are 0-1-2 overall, 0-1-0 in the region.
Boys Golf – The Eagles (183) lost to CBHS (160), but Mitchell Bowlin shared medalist honors with CBHS shooting a 36.
Girls Golf – The Lady Eagles, with only a 2-member team, finished with a 182 in the West Tenn Girls Invitational. They finished 8th out of 11 varsity teams.
Varsity Volleyball – The Lady Eagles rebounded from a tough weekend tournament and went four sets to beat Arlington, 25-14, 22-25, 25-23, 25-20. The Lady Eagles are 8-10 (0-1).
Varsity Volleyball – The Lady Eagles had a tough schedule at the annual J. Broddie Tournament in Hoover, AL. They won 2 matches and lost 4, finishing 21st in the tournament. The beat Austin, 25-12, 25-18; lost to Spanish Fort, 25-22, 22-25,14-16; lost to Hoover, 7-25, 17-25; lost to Arnold 25-23, 23-25, 11-15; beat Mosley, 25-21, 25-19 and lost to Columbus, 13-25, 10-25. Their record is 7-10 (0-1).
Varsity Football – The Eagles were held to zero yards as the Germantown Red Devils scored in every quarter, beating SBA 45-0. The Eagles are 0-2 on the year.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles went five sets, but lost to Hutchison in region action, 19-25, 20-25, 26-24, 26-24, 15-13. This was their first region game of the year. Their record stands at 5-6 overall and 0-1 in the region.
Girls Golf – The Lady Eagles didn’t field a full team in a match with St. Agnes, St. Mary’s and FACS, as Maribeth Peevy was their only golfer.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles came back from a huge loss to Collierville last week to tie Hutchison, 1-1, in region action thanks to a PK by Olivia Hall. Keeper for SBA was Sarah Henson., the Lady Eagles are 0-1-1 overall and 1-1 in the region.
Boys & Girls Golf – Both Eagles teams didn’t have a good day on the course in the FCA Tournament. The boys finished 12 out of 13 teams and the girls finished 8th out of 8. Mitchel Bowlin was a 5th place medalist for the boys.
Girls Golf – The Lady Eagles played in a rare Saturday match vs Hutchison and Tipton/Rosemark at Quail Ridge. They finished 2nd behind Hutchison (83) with a (93), but ahead of TRA, (110). Senior Maribeth Peevy was medalist with a 39 for the second consecutive match. The Lady Eagles are 1-2 for the year.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles pooled into the Gold Bracket of the annual Collierville Dragon Memorial Classic. In pool play they opened with a loss to St. Mary’s, 25-14, 25-12, 15-9. They followed with a victory over Germantown, 25-23, 25-20 and FACS, 25-14-, 25-12. In the next day’s pool play, Harpeth Hall beat the Eagles, 26-25, 25-11, followed by Page, 25-19, 25-19. They rebounded in the final pool play match over BGA, 25-12, 25-21. In gold bracket action the opened with a victory of Hutchison, 25-22, 25-17, but lost to St. Mary’s, again, in the quarterfinals, 30-28, 25-13, 15-10. The Lady Eagles record stands at 5-5.
Football – The John Cooley era got off to a slow start as the Collierville Dragons dominated on both sides of the ball in the Eagles’ season opener at Collierville, The Eagles were held to negative yardage and only 2 first downs in the 45-0 loss.
Girls Soccer – The Lady Eagles didn’t open the season on a high note with their loss to a tough and disciplined Collierville, 6-0.
Volleyball – Rebounding from their opening season loss, the Lady Eagles hosted Collierville and took a nice victory in 3 sets, 25-18, 25-12, 25-20. The Lady Eagles are 1-1.
Volleyball – The Lady Eagles opened the season at St. Mary’s sustaining a loss in 4 sets, 25-23, 25-23, 22-25 and 25-18. It was a valiant effort by the Eagles.
Boys Golf – The boys golf team got their second loss vs White Station at Audubon, 168-177, but Mitchell Bowlin tied for Medalist with a 39. The Eagles are 0-2.
Girls Golf – The girls opened their season with White Station at Audubon, getting a 83-89 loss, but having Maribeth Peevy come in low for a Medalist score of 38. The Lady Eagles are 0-1.
Boys Golf – The Boys opened the season with Bartlett at Quail Ridge, losing a close one, 167-169.