Saturday, June 26, 2010

Branisel and Marinelli Named to All-Sun Teams

Congratulations to Taylor Branisel for being named to the All-Sun and All-Sun East teams.  Jake Marinelli ‘11 was named to the All-Sun East team.

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Branisel Helps Cuyahoga All-Stars Win At Progressive Field 10-6

The Northeast Ohio Baseball Coaches Association and the Cleveland Indians hosted the annual Senior All-Star Game at Progressive Field.  Taylor Branisel represented the Bengals in the game and helped the Cuyahoga Team to victory over a Team of All-Stars from Summitt County.

Branisel, who will attend Capital University in the fall, started in center-field and hit lead-off.  He had a huge hit in the come from behind win. With the bases loaded late in the game Branisel laced a double into the left-center field gap for two RBI.  Branisel ended his high school career and the game by taking the mound in the bottom of the 9th to secure the win for his team.

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Taylor Branisel Named Honorable Mention OHSBCA All-Ohio

The Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association released their All-Ohio teams this past week.  Congratulations to Taylor Branisel as he was named  Honorable Mention in Division II.  Taylor will finish his high school playing career on Monday June 21st at Progressive Field.  He will participate in the NEOBCA All-Star Game where he will be joined by Coach Sliwinski,  who was named to the coaching staff .  Game time is 9am and admission is free.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Six Bengals Named to News Herald All-Star Team

The Lake County News Herald announced their coverage area All-Star Team this week.  Congratulations to the Bengals who were named to the team.

First Team

  • Taylor Branisel

Second Team

  • Jake Marinelli

Third Team

  • Ryan Kovar
  • Tim Szalay

Honorable Mention

  • Joe Bova
  • John Hromulak

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Coach Sliwinski & Coach Tomc Meet Tim Cheatwood

0604002221Tim Cheatwood ‘97 had a game to remember last night as the Cleveland Gladiators defeated the Utah Blaze 75-39.  Cheatwood had three fumble recoveries and returned one for a touchdown. 

After the game the Bengals coaches got to meet the star of the game, he was named Player of the Game for his defensive efforts.

Cheatwood was a 4-year letterman at Ohio State.  He then went on to play in the Canadian Football League for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes and Edmonton Eskimos.  He was a CFL  Eastern Division All-Star in 2003 & 2004. He was also named to the CFL All-Star Team in 2004 when he led the league with 14 quarterback sacks.

Branisel To Attend Capital University

Taylor Branisel has announced that he will attend Capital University in the fall where he will continue his academic and baseball career.  Branisel, a 3-year letterman for the Bengals and  2010 Team Captain will finish his high school playing career on June 21st when he participates in the NEOBCA All-Star Game at Progressive Field.

Branisel was named the Defensive Player of the Year in the Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference, Lakeland Division All-Star and received the Mr. Baseball team award.

Coach Nolan Announces His Retirement

After 40 year of teaching and coaching with the last 29 years at Benedictine Coach Nolan is retiring.  Congratulations and best of luck !