The Savannah Country Day School's Athletics Mission Statement
The Savannah Country Day School’s Athletics Mission Statement is committed to excellence in athletics as an essential part of a larger commitment to excellence in education. The guiding principle behind Savannah Country Day School's athletic program is its educational value for our students. Athletics promote the highest traits of personal development needed to meet with confidence and integrity the challenges of college and of life. These traits include the drive to take one's talents to the highest level of performance, the discipline needed to reach high standards, the willingness to work with others as a team in pursuit of a common goal and the adherence to codes of fairness and respect. Athletics also play an important role in fostering the spirit of community at Savannah Country Day School.
Savannah Country Day School is committed to programs that are specific to each age and developmental stage. No matter their age, athletes are expected to adhere to a level of conduct that brings credit to themselves and the school and upholds the values of citizenship and service.
The Savannah Country Day School's Coaches Mission Statement
By fostering a team culture of excellence through hard work, dedication, mental discipline, self-sacrifice and personal improvement, Country Day coaches will help athletes to perform at levels and achieve successes they did not know were possible.
|7th Grade Volleyball Undefeated|
The 7th grade volleyball team is 8-0 for the SPAL season. The team coached by Dean Coon has defeated all their opponents in two games in a best of 3 format except one match which they won 2-1. The members of the team are: Annabel Cairns, Emily Davis, Isabella Giusti, Nyah Hammond, Lizzie Horn, Emily Johnson, Ryah Johnosn, Evelyn Kahn, Ashley Pankey, Gigi Pytte, Lindsay Rockwood, Delle Smith, Margot Strother. Congratulations!
|Middle School Dominates Cross Country Meet|
The Middle School girls' cross country team finished first and the boys' team second in the SCDS meet. Finishing top for the girls were: Megan Kemp 2nd, Nina Kolman 3rd, Charleton Strong 6th, Summer Lanier 10th, Ella Stubbs 15th and Catherine Goodman 16th. Top finishers for the boys were: Court Kelley 5th, Coleman Mowry 14th, Harry Dewalt 15th, Reid Keller 18th, Hyeon Choi 23rd, Ross Goodman 25th, and Rogan Steele 26th.
|Glover -Top Runner for SCDS|
Sarah Glover finished first in the girls' home cross country meet. She led from the start to finish with a time of 21:13. The girls' team was 5th overall.
|Hornets in the Stats|
Chandler Royal and Anna Muller lead the city in Area volleyball stats. Chandler is first in assists with 381 and Anna has 35 blocks.
|Mark Silvers Wins PGA Tour Canada Title|
SCDS Mark Silvers, Class of 2005, came up with a clutch effort Sunday to win his first PGA Tour Canada title and, perhaps, improve his future status as a pro.
Silvers, 27, defeated Matt Harmon on the first playoff hole to capture the Cape Breton Celtic Classic at The Lakes Golf Club in Ben Eoin, Nova Scotia. Silvers carded rounds of 70-65-72-66 for 15 under par, with six birdies to win the event.
|McMath Leads Presbyterian to Victory|
Heys McMath, Class of 201,3 led the Blue Hose of Presbyterian College to a big win over Bluefield College. Heys as the starting quarterback was 7 for 8 for 155 yards and two touchdowns. Congratulations Heys!!
|Colton Lichtenberg National High School Kicking Player of the Week|
After a total of 1,743 public votes were cast for the five finalists, Colton Lichtenberg has been named the first Kohl's Kicking National High School Player of the Week for the 2014 season. Lichtenberg is currently ranked as the No.10 kicking prospect in the nation by Kohl's Kicking Camps and was also named the Kohl's Kicking All-America Kickoff Specialist for the 2013 football season. Lichtenberg's game performance to earn this week's National Player of the Week honors included a 77-yard punt, a 59-yard punt a 49-yard field goal and a touchdown at wide receiver.
|Softball Undefeated |
The SCDS softball team is undefeated with great wins over Windsor Forest 16-0, Claxton 9-2, and Jenkins High 21-16. Their bats are blazing! Next home game is Region rival Savannah Christian at HOME at 5:00 PM on Tuesday the 26th. Support your Hornets!!
Carolina Pickney was honored as Optim's Healthcare "Player of the Night."
She nearly hit for the cycle with a single, three triples and a home run to lead the Savannah Country Day softball team over host Jenkins 21-16 on Saturday.
Pinckney, who scored five runs and drove in four, also was the winning pitcher. Pinckney (2-0) pitched four innings in relief, allowing two hits, three earned runs and one walk with three strikeouts. Congratulations Carolina!
|Savannah Draud "Player of the Week"|
The Prep Sports Report selected SCDS softball athlete, Savannah Draud as the 1st female "Player of the Week" for the 2014 fall season. Savannah pitched a complete game, a no-hitter with 8 strikeouts in the Hornets' 16-0 win over Windsor Forest. This was a great start to the softball season. The Prep Sports Report is a monthly Savannah magazine dedicated to covering local prep sports. Representatives from the magazine and the sponsor, Five Guys Burgers & Fries will present Savannah with her award before the next home game Thursday, August 21st at 4:30 p.m.
|Joe Lewis Qualifies for US Amateur|
A rising senior at the University of Mississippi and former Savannah Country Day star, Joe Lewis shot 66-68—134 to finish second at 8-under par to qualify for the 114th US Amateur which will be held at the Atlanta Athletic Club from August 11-17. Congratulations Joe!
|Volleyball Varsity Girls|
7:00 PM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
|7:00 PM |
|Volleyball 8th Grade Girls|
7:00 PM @ Playing Fields - Saunders Gym - 1
|7:00 PM |
|Football 7th/8th Grade|
6:30 PM @ St Peter's School
|6:30 PM |
|Softball Varsity Girls|
5:00 PM @ Jenkins County-Softball
|5:00 PM |
|Volleyball Varsity Girls|
5:00 PM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
|5:00 PM |