SBCS put up a valiant effort in the final game of the 2017 season. The Ravens held the Oskaloosa Bears to only 12 total points, playing their strongest defense all year. Additional practice on defensive strategies and tackling in practice this week really paid off for SBCS. However, despite their success on defense, the Ravens were unable to score any points themselves, getting shut out for the first time this season. SBCS players were very happy with their efforts despite the 12-0 loss. The Ravens were outnumbered and outsized in every game of the season, and still managed to be competitive in most games, learning the game of football while having plenty of fun. Congratulations to the Ravens for their diligent efforts throughout the year. Great job, Ravens! 

The SBCS Ravens started off strong on 8th grade night, posting the first touchdown in the game. The lead was short-lived though, as Pleasant Ridge came roaring back to connect on a couple quick touchdowns. The Ravens then scored a second touchdown, but the Rams always answered. Pleasant Ridge owned a 28-12 lead at the half. The Ravens posted several big plays, including several completed passes, but were unable to find the endzone. Drew Caudle broke away for a 72 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the Ravens fell to the Rams 18-50.

The Ravens have one more game on their schedule, as they will take on Oskaloosa next Thursday night, October 12, at 5:30pm, on the Maur Hill Mount Academy Football Field. Good luck, Raven football! 


The Raven football team put up a valiant effort, but could not contain the large and quick line of the Everest Chargers. SBCS fell 18-72, in the long and slow moving game. The Ravens were unable to get much offense going due to the huge line of Chargers. Additionally, containing the speedy and versatile linemen proved to be difficult on defense.

The Ravens return home to play the Pleasant Ridge Rams on next Thursday, October 5. That will be 8th grade night for both volleyball and football. Good Luck, Ravens! 

The SBCS Raven football team fell to the JCN Chargers on Thursday night. The Chargers kept the pressure on the Ravens from all angles, running away with the game 52-6. SBCS kept the game close in the first quarter before allowing the Chargers to pile on the points. The Chargers completed many interceptions that were run back for touch downs. SBCS was simply outsized and outnumbered, making the game against the huge Charger line almost impossible to compete in.

The Ravens will play on the road again next Thursday, September 28, at Everest. Kick off will be at 6:30. Go Ravens! 


The SBCS football team defeated the visiting Valley Falls Dragons on Thursday night. The Ravens posted a 32-14 win at the MH-MA football field. SBCS was able to build an early lead, and maintained it throughout the game. The Ravens are now 2-1 on the season, and 2-0 in the NEKL.

SBCS will travel to JCN next Thursday, September 14, to take on a tough Chargers team. Kickoff is set for 6:30pm. Good luck Ravens! 

SBCS football fell to the visiting Veritas Christian Academy Eagles on Thursday night at the Maur Hill Mount Academy Football Field. The 8-man game was played between the two schools in an effort to host a competition for similarly matched teams. While both teams played hard, Veritas prevailed 22-8. SBCS scored in the final quarter to avoid the shutout.

The Ravens will be at home again next week, hosting Valley Falls. Game time is a 6:30pm. Go Ravens! 


The SBCS Raven Football team was ready for action on Thursday night. The Ravens posted a 60-24 victory over the host bulldogs. The Ravens took full advantage of the opportunity to score more points in the 8-man football game. Many different SBCS athletes put points on the scoreboard, with all the players making key contributions to the success of the team.

The Ravens will play at the Maur Hill-Mount Academy football field next Thursday, September 7. SBCS is hosting Veritas Christian Academy. Kick-off is set for 6:00pm. Good luck, Ravens! 

In their final game of 2016, the SBCS Ravens fell to the Bears of Oskaloosa by a score of 46-14. The Bears overpowered the Ravens in both size and number, making it hard for the Ravens to get much offense going on the cool fall evening of football.

Despite several small injuries, all the Raven players were able to remain in the game, fighting alongside their teammates as they have done all season. This team, now being referred to as one of the toughest in SBCS history, went the distance in every game, playing every down on both sides of the ball, and competing well with very limited rest. 

The Ravens finished the season at 3-4. The SBCS team brought a great deal of passion to their play, making them a fun team to watch throughout the season. Congratulations to the Raven football team on a great season! 


The SBCS football team travelled to Winchester to take on the JCN Chargers on Thursday night with major thunderstorms looming in the distance. The game began as planned, but JCN quickly took control of the scoring, jumping out to a 22-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. The Ravens collaborated for several big plays on defense to keep the JCN score from building even more. SBCS put together a couple of solid drives in the second quarter, but came up just short of the end zone twice. The Chargers scored two more times in the second quarter, taking a 36-0 lead into halftime. With the impending storms, halftime was shortened, but even before play could begin again, lightening was spotted and the game entered a rain delay. After a few minutes, the game was called due to the forecasted storms over the next few hours.

The loss drops the Ravens to 3-3 on the season. SBCS will be back in action for the season finale next week at Oskaloosa. Game time is at 5:30pm. Good luck to the Ravens! 


The SBCS Ravens defeated the McLouth Bulldogs on 8th Grade Night by a score of 32-14 to capture another NEK League win. The Ravens won their second straight game to move their season record to 3-2.

Before kickoff, ten 8th grade football players were honored. The 8th graders are: Andy Brox, Garrett Johnson, Joe Kerr, Grant Kocour, Lucas Martin, Brody Mispagel, Willie Noll, Jake Peltzer, Jackson Spencer, and Samuel Underwood. This core group of football players has helped the Ravens to a 9-3 record over the last two seasons.  

Touchdowns were scored by Grant Kocour, Brody Mispagel, Drew Caudle, and Jake Peltzer. SBCS also played stellar defense, with the Ravens picking off the Bulldogs three times. Drew Caudle recorded two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown. Brody Mispagel also grabbed an interception from McLouth. Andy Brox, Joe Kerr, and Willie Noll recorded key tackles for the Ravens.

The Ravens take on the JCN Chargers on the road next Thursday night, October 6, beginning at 5:30pm. The game will be played at JCN High School in Winchester. Good luck to the Ravens.  


The Ravens posted a 28-8 win over the visiting Valley Falls Dragons on Thursday night.  The win improves the SBCS season record to 2-2 in the NEK League. The tiny but tough Ravens continue to hold their own against team with much greater size and numbers.

SBCS will play at home again next Thursday night, September 29, at 6:30pm. The Ravens will play McLouth at the MH-MA football field, and will celebrate 8th grade night at the game. Good luck to the Ravens!            

The Raven football team put up a tough fight, but couldn’t match up against the big Cobras team at Jackson Heights. The Ravens scored a touchdown early in the first quarter, but were unable to score again, as the Ravens fell 6-36. Despite the lopsided score, the Ravens completed several passes, made numerous key tackles, and rushed through the enormous Jackson Heights line on multiple occasions. The Ravens will return to action next Thursday at home, taking on Valley Falls at 6:30pm at the Maur Hill-Mount Academy football field. Good luck, Ravens.

SBCS put up a tough fight in a 12-30 loss to the visiting Pleasant Ridge Rams on Thursday night. Despite a slow start, with the Rams scoring three times in the first quarter, the Ravens held their own, and made some big plays. The “Tough 12,” as the Ravens are now calling themselves, never gave up in the hard fought battle, working and improving in all aspects of the game. Jake Peltzer had a strong game, scoring for the Ravens, as well as posting several blocks on defense.

The Ravens take on the Jackson Heights Cobras in their first road game of the season next Thursday, September 15 at 6:30pm. Good luck to the Ravens!


The Raven Football team played with plenty of heart on Thursday night, to open their 2016 season with a 16-0 win. The tiny but mighty Ravens never gave up, and were relentless on both sides of the ball, shutting out the visiting Chargers.

The SBCS Ravens capped a stellar season with another great performance on Thursday night. The Ravens defeated the Oskaloosa Bears 48-38, as both teams offenses exploded in the final game of the season.

Jack Caudle led the Raven offense with 5 total touchdowns. Caudle recorded 201 yards rushing in the game. This included his 4 touchdowns and two extra point scores. Caudle also tacked on 64 yards receiving, and one touchdown reception. The other Raven touchdown came on a Taylor Folsom reception. Folsom caught the pass from Caudle, and then plowed into the end zone for a score. Abe Siebenmorgen passed for 143 yards in the victory. Defensively, Abe Siebenmorgen led the Ravens with 11 tackles, and Blaine Kramer added 5 tackles and a sack.

Eight 8th grade boys were recognized as part of 8th grade night- Conner Becker, Jack Caudle, Taylor Folsom, Blaine Kramer, Garrett Miller, Johnny Mulholland, Garin Noll, and Abe Siebenmorgen. Congratulations to these student-athletes on an outstanding football season! Their leadership and dedication to the team is admired and appreciated.

Since SBCS beat Oskaloosa, and Jackson Heights defeated JCN that same evening, the win also gave the Ravens the NEK League Title. This is the first team football title for SBCS. The Ravens finished with a 6-1 overall record. The Ravens owned the tie breaker after they defeated Jackson Heights earlier in the season, making the Ravens NEK Champions!



The St. Benedict Ravens suffered their first loss of the 2015 season to the JCN Chargers on Thursday, October 8th. The Ravens were held to only one touchdown in the 26-6 loss. Johnny Mulholland provided the one bright spot for SBCS with his touchdown in the game.

The Ravens will host Oskaloosa on October 15, 2015 at MH-MA. The 8th graders will be recognized at the start of the game before playing in their final SBCS football game.

SBCS is currently in a 3-way tie for first place in the Northeast Kansas League with JCN and Jackson Heights. If SBCS wins next Thursday night, and Jackson Heights defeats JCN, the Ravens still have a chance at the league championship. Go Ravens!



The SBCS Raven football team continued their winning ways, as they secured a 36-18 victory over McLouth. Great team play helped the Ravens to the win, and preserved their still-perfect season record at 5-0.  

SBCS totaled 182 yards rushing and 50 yards receiving in the win. Jack Caudle led the Ravens with two touchdowns scored, two extra points scored, and 144 yards rushing. Additionally, Abe Siebenmorgen played a crucial role for the Ravens as he scored a 54 yard touchdown. Brody Mispagel also scored a rushing touchdown for the Ravens, while Taylor Folsom added a touchdown from a 50 yard reception.

Defensively, Siebenmorgen had an interception, acquired a fumble recovery, posted two solo tackles and 10 assisted tackles. Blaine Kramer also helped the Ravens on defense, with his three tackles and two sacks.

The Ravens will play at home at Maur Hill-Mount Academy Football field on Thursday, October 8. SBCS takes on JCN at 5:30pm. Go Ravens!




The SBCS Ravens posted another victory of the 2015 season over Valley Falls last Thursday, September 24, to improve their record to 4-0. The Ravens played together and stayed tough despite several injuries plaguing the team. SBCS was victorious 32-8.

Jack Caudle led the Ravens with 204 yards rushing. Caudle scored three touchdowns for the Ravens to give SBCS some breathing room in the second half. In addition to his rushing, Caudle also finished with 36 yards receiving. Joe Kerr and Grant Kocour added 32 and 30 yards rushing, respectively, before they both left the game with season-ending injuries.

Defensively, Abe Siebenmorgen anchored the Ravens with his 14 tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery. Brody Mispagel also had a fumble recovery, and Jake Pelzter forced a fumble.

SBCS plays on the road at McLouth on Thursday, October 1. Kickoff is set for 5:30pm. Good luck to the Ravens!





The SBCS football team’s defense played a key role in their 12-8 victory in their home opener on Thursday night. The Ravens stayed tough to hold Jackson Heights to only one touchdown, improving their season record to a perfect 3-0.


Blaine Kramer grabbed a fumble out of the air and ran 30 yards for a touchdown. The fumble was caused by a big hit from Joe Kerr. Abe Siebenmorgen joined Kramer and Kerr with great defensive play, recording a team leading 20 tackles, 8 of them solo. Kerr added 16 tackles and two forced fumbles.  Jack Caudle had 11 tackles, and one for a loss.  


The offense was led by Taylor Folsom with an 11 yard run with zero time on first half clock.  He also caught 3 passes for 65 yards.  Jack Caudle rushed for 29 yards. In addition, Caudle passed for 65 yards on 3 completions on 5 attempts. 


The offensive line blocked well and included Siebenmorgen, Kramer, Willie Noll, Sam Underwood, Jake Peltzer, Jackson Spencer, and Andy Brox.


The Ravens are back in action this Thursday night, September 24, at Valley Falls. Game time is 6:30pm, with volleyball also playing at Valley Falls before the football game. Good Luck, Ravens! 


The SBCS football team lines up against Pleasant Ridge    

The SBCS Football team cruised to their second straight victory, moving to 2-0 on the season. The Ravens beat Pleasant Ridge 28-8 with several players contributing to the big win. The great team effort propelled the Ravens past the Rams last Thursday night.

Jack Caudle led the Ravens with 50 yards rushing on 8 carries. Caudle also had 3/5 passing for 88 yards and two touchdowns passing.  Defensively, Caudle had two fumble recoveries and an interception with a 43 yard return.

Taylor Folsom contributed greatly to the Raven scoring effort, as he had two touchdowns receiving, and 88 yards on three catches. The Ravens were also aided by Garrett Miller’s touchdown, as well as his 48 yards on 12 carries.

SBCS was led on defense by Joe Kerr and his 9 tackles. Kerr also contributed offensively with his touchdown, gaining 12 yards on four carries. Abe Siebenmorgen also played a big role on the Raven defense, as he had four tackles and forced a fumble. Blaine Kramer chipped in two tackles and a forced fumble.

The Ravens will be back in action on Thursday night, September 17, at the football field at Maur Hill-Mount Academy. Game time is set for 5:30pm. SBCS will take on Jackson Heights, who also enters the game 2-0 in the NEK.