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.
|Fall Athletic Awards|
The Fall Sport Banquets have concluded and many athletes were honored for their outstanding accomplishments.
|Amari Oliver on ESPN Radio|
Amari Oliver was featured on ESPN sports radio (104.3) this past Saturday! Oliver was named one of the 5 Guys Burgers Player of the week. Not only does she average 8.6 points per game, but she can also be found playing both volleyball and throwing the shot put for the track and field. Oliver has come a long way from the beginning of 2014, where she was recovering from her second ACL surgery. A HUGE congratulations to Oliver!
|Lady Hornets Win Tip Off Tournament |
The Lady Hornets defeated rivals St Vincents and SCPS to win the SCPS Tip Off Tournament. They won the Championship with a score of 62-31 over SCPS. Congratulations!
|Michael Davis '20 Named to Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl|
Country Day congratulates seventh grader Michael Davis on his selection to participate in the 2014 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. The event will take place in Naples, Florida, on December 20, 2014, and will feature the top 250 youth football athletes in the area. A BIG congratulations to Michael and his family!
|Middle School Swim Team In the News|
The boys and girls Middle School swim teams had outstanding results at the MIddle School Invitational held at the Aquatic Center. The boys' team finished first out of 10 teams with a score of 278 and the girls were 2nd of 9 teams scoring 319 points.
|Michael Keene Honored As Carl Gregory Scholar Athlete|
Savannah Country Day Senior Michael Keene exeplifies the Carl Gregory Scholar
Athlete. He was honored as this month's recepient. He is a leader on the football field and in the classroom. Michael maintains a 95 GPA while playing on the gridiron and the soccer field. He is looking forward to his college years; hopefully at an Ivy League school. Congratulations, Michael!
|Volleyball Athletes in Area Final Stats|
Varsity volleyball players finished the season with high standings in the area stats. The team finished in the Final 12 of State.
7th Amari Oliver - 241
10th Taylor Parker - 210
11th Anna Muller - 176
3rd Chandler Royal - 642
4th Anna Muller - 74
3rd Chandler Royal 105
|Colton Lichtenberg Recognized With Top 5 Performance of the Week|
The GHSA Daily Report in the Atlanta Constitution Journal recognized Colton Lichtenberg's performance in SCDS victory 43-12 over Treutlen as one of the top 5 football performances in the State. Colton scored 31 points. He kicked 5 field goals, 4 extra points, and caught two touchdown passes.
|8th Grade Volleyball Honored by Savannah Morning News|
Over the course of three years of playing volleyball together, the Savannah Country Day eighth-grade team has displayed a great deal of teamwork that led it to numerous wins and titles.
That solid teamwork paid off again this year, when the talent-laden Lady Hornets team defeated Blessed Sacrament in a two-set victory in the finals of the Savannah Parochial Athletic League tournament. With the win, the Lady Hornets, which ended their stellar season at 13-1, claimed their third straight title.
|Boys 13th GHSA State Cross Country Meet|
The boys' cross country team finished 13th in the GHSA Class A Private State Meet held in Carrollton. Top finishers were: 34th - Jack Barnes 19:03.78, 56th - Edward Long 19:47.20, 77th - Asher Kolman 20:35.16, 85th - Sam Bacevich 20:42.52, 91st - Matt Bailey 20:58.48, 92nd - Nathan Luskey 20:58.68, 108th - Jack Thacher 22:30.86.
|Region 3A Softball Players Honored|
Carolina Pinckney and Savannah Draud were honored as 1st Team All Region 3A Softball. Hannah Leadem and Kianna Maynard were 2nd Team honorees and Brenna Nugara and Jennifer Pirkle made Honorable Mention All Region. Congratulations Lady Hornets!
|Alumnus Heys McMath '13 Leads Presbyterian to Big Win|
Down by two points with 4:19 to go in its Saturday Homecoming game against Monmouth, quarterback Heys McMath, SCDS Class of 2013, and the Presbyterian College football team mounted a game-winning touchdown drive to knock off the Monmouth Hawks for a dramatic Big South Conference victory 18-12.
|7th Grade Volleyball SMN " Team of the Week"|
The Savannah Morning News recently honored the 7th grade volleyball SPAL Champions as the "Team of the Week." Great season, athletes, and coaches!
The 13-member team, which finished an undefeated season at 13-0, captured the postseason championship by topping Blessed Sacrament during tournament play earlier this month. The top-seeded Lady Hornets advanced to the title contest by defeating St. James.
Players: Annabel Cairns, Emily Davis, Isabella Guisti, Nyah Hammond, Elizabeth Horn, Emily Johnson, Nyah Johnson, Evelyn Kahn, Ashley Pankey, Gillian Pytte, Lindsay Rockwood, Delle Smith and Margot Strother.
“The most important lesson our team learned this year was making sure they had each other’s backs,” said coach Coon. “Overall, we are certainly proud of what these talented young ladies accomplished this season.”
|Boys Area Runner-Up In Cross Country|
The SCDS boys' cross country team finished 2nd in the GHSA Area Meet in Macon. They will compete in the State Meet on November 8th in Carrollton at 2:50 PM.
Top area finishers for SCDS: 6th Jack Barnes, 18:27; 7th Edward Long, 18:45; 23rd Asher Kolman, 19:57; 28th Sam Bacevich, 20:10; 29th Matt Bailey, 20:12; 32nd Matthew Gompels, 20:23; 34th Nathan Luskey 20:25.
|7th/8th Grade Football In SPAL Championship|
The 7th/8th Grade Football team defeated Pinewood 42-14 to advance to the SPAL Championship Thursday, October 30th at Calvary at 7:00 PM! Congratulations Hornets!!
|Colton Lichtenberg " Player of the Week"|
Colton Lichtenberg was honored by the Savannah Quarterback Club as the “Offensive Player of the Week” for the Portal game. Colton, a senior who kicked 7 touchbacks on Friday night, was 5 for 5 on extra points, 1 for 1 on FGs (45 yards). He also had 5 receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown accounting for 14 of our 38 points. Colton also had 3 punts for a 40 yard average and a long of 45 and one inside the 5 yard line. Congratulations Colton!
|Bri Carney Homecoming Queen|
Senior Bri Carney was selected the 2014 SCDS Homecoming Queen. First Runner-up was Gabby Lauretti and Taylor Parker was Second Runner-Up.
|7th/8th Football to Host SPAL Playoff Game|
The 7th/8th Grade football team is the 2nd seed in the SPAL playoffs. SCDS will host Pinewood on Thursday, Oct 23, at 5:30 PM on Saunders Field. Support your Hornets!
|Volleyball Continues in State Playoffs|
The SCDS Volleyball team defeated First Presbyterian of Macon 25-22, 25-19, 25-17 to continue in the GHSA Class A Private School State playoffs. They will travel to Fellowship Christian in Roswell for the Final 12 in State next Tuesday, October 21st.
|SCDS Football Has Three "Top Performances"|
The Savannah Morning News honors the top 12 performances from the football games on Friday. Three of the 12 were Hornets in their Homecoming win over Portal.
Hunter Hatley, The junior threw for 201 yards and three scores and ran for 90 yards and two touchdowns. Junior Jake Lee had a career-high seven catches for 105 yards and two scores in the Hornets’ win. Colton Lichtenberg, The senior connected on a 45-yard field goal, made 5 of 5 extra points, caught five passes for 96 yards and a score and had touchbacks on seven kickoffs. Congratulations!
|7th and 8th Grade Volleyball Teams Win SPAL Championships|
The 7th Grade Volleyball team defeated Blessed Sacrament 25-16, 11-25, 15-9 to win the 2014 SPAL Championship and finished the season 13-0. The 8th Grade team was a 3-Peat having won the SPAL Championship in 2012 and 2013. They finished the season 13-1 and defeated Blessed Sacrament for the Title. Congratulations!!
|Ole Miss Golfer Joe Lewis Honored|
Joe Lewis, SCDS Class of 2011, has been named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar. To be eligible for the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least three full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70-percent of his team's competitive rounds or compete in the NCAA Championships, have a stroke-average under 76.0 and maintain a minimum of cumulative grade point average of 3.2. Congratulations Joe!!
|Glover Wins Cross Country Meet|
Sarah Glover was the female winner at the SCPS Invitational Cross Country Meet with a time of 20:48. The girls team finished 8th overall.
|Hornets in the Stats|
Chandler Royal and Colton Lichtenberg lead the city in Area stats. Chandler is first in volleyball assists with 471 and aces - 91. Colton has 14 receptions for 258 yards in football with an average of 18.4 yards per carry and 3 touchdowns. Go Hornets!!
|MS Girls Cross Country 1st, Boys 2nd|
Another strong finish from the Middle School Cross Country teams at the SCPS Meet. The girls team finished first and the boys took 2nd.
Individual finishers for the Hornets:
Girls: 1-Megan Kemp, 2-Nina Kolman, 3-Charlton Strong, 4-Ella Stubbs, 5-Summer Lanier
Boys: 1-Ben Goodman-2nd overall, 2-Court Kelley, 3-Harry DeWalt, 4-Hyeon Choi, 5-Finn Repella
|Hunter Hatley Enmark "Player of the Week"|
Junior quarterback Hunter Hatley completed seven passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns as the Country Day Hornets defeated Montgomery County 44-13 on Saunders Field.
|Savannah Draud Pitches No Hitter|
Savannah Draud pitched a no-hitter and struck out 13 as Savannah Country Day blanked Montgomery County in a six-inning contest.
|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.
|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!!
|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!
|Basketball Varsity Boys|
8:30 PM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
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|Games Start at 4:00 PM|
7:00 PM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
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|Basketball 7th Grade Girls|
11:00 AM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
|11:00 AM |
|Basketball 7th Grade Boys Gold|
9:00 AM @ Playing Fields - Demere Gym - 1
|9:00 AM |