Fall recap

Nevaeh Walker


Football coach Terrence Mackey said that the season didn’t go as well as he expected since they planned to win two more games.

“Some of our highlights were winning our first couple of games to start the season off, then coming from behind fourteen points down to win,” Mackey said.

Due to unsportsmanlike conduct, Benson and one other school had to forfeit from one of their games.


Volleyball coach, Julie Mason, said the season went well.

“I have a lot of hope for next year! We did not win very many games, but the girls continued to get better and better each game,” Mason said.  “I really feel like there were about six to eight more games that we could have won that were very close but just went the other way.”


“I thought the season went great! We only had two girls out of twelve that have ever played before,” Head Coach Dan Kenny said.

He also said that they learned a ton and developed relationships and memories that will last a lifetime.


Devin Post coached the boys’ tennis season. He said the season went how they expected it to.

“Usually, a majority of our players are playing for the first year,” Post said. “They play for the first time when they try out for the team.”

For a couple of reasons, we did not have a JV this season, so players that would have played JV played on Varsity.

Most of our opponents were able to split their teams, so we had some JV players playing against purely varsity teams.”


Girls golf coach, Thomas O’Hara, said that they were proud of how the season went, and proud of how the players performed.

“The season was challenging and fun! Learning a new sport is not easy and golf is harder than many sports,” O’Hara said. “The girls had a lot to learn in a short amount of time.”