An Episcopal, co-educational boarding school in Middletown, Delaware for grades 9 – 12

Lamar Duncan ‘20 Joins 1,000 Point Club!
Jacob Myers

 

The varsity boys basketball team improved to 14-5 on Tuesday evening, defeating Wilmington Friends School by a final score of 45-33. Lamar Duncan ‘20, playing in his last regular season home game at the Sipprelle Fieldhouse, scored 18 points and became the fifth boys basketball player to eclipse 1,000 career points. Brandon Graves ’22 continued his stellar play, adding 15 points and shooting a perfect 5-5 from the charity stripe. The Saints will play their last regular season contest on Thursday evening when they travel to Newark HS. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:15 p.m.

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Finding Your Calling
Jason Kunen

In this Wednesday night Chapel Talk, religious studies faculty member, Jason Kunen, shares about how sometimes you don't find your calling, but sometimes it finds you!

In this Wednesday night Chapel Talk, religious studies faculty member, Jason Kunen, shares about how sometimes you don't find your calling, but sometimes it finds you!

 

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Bentil ’14 Named to All-Decade Team
Jacob Myers

 

Ben Bentil ’14 was recently named to Delaware's Finest Boys All-Decade Basketball First-Team for his outstanding play from 2011-2014. A two-time captain and two-time Delaware Independent School Conference champion, Bentil earned 1st-Team All-State honors as a junior and senior, setting school records for most offensive rebounds in a game (9) and season (98). Following his incredible career at St. Andrew’s, Bentil attend Providence College for two seasons where he was an unanimous First-Team All-Big East selection during the 2015-16 season. In his ’15-’16 campaign, Bentil averaged a team-high 20.5 points per game and corralled 7.5 rebounds per contest. Following his incredible sophomore year, Bentil entered the 2016 NBA Draft and was selected 51st overall by the Boston Celtics. 

In 2017, after signing a ten-day contract with the Dallas Mavericks, Bentil became the first player born in Ghana to suit up in an NBA contest. He would go on to play two more games with the Mavericks before continuing his career abroad. Bentil currently plays for Panathinaikos BC of the EuroLeague. 

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The Key to Happiness
Dr. Harvey Johnson ’97

In this Wednesday evening Chapel Talk, Dr. Harvey Johnson ’97 shares about the key to happiness. 

In this Wednesday evening Chapel Talk, Dr. Harvey Johnson ’97 shares about the key to happiness. 

 

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Four Saints Earn Second at DISC Tournament
Jacob Myers

The varsity wrestling team traveled to Sanford School on Tuesday afternoon to compete in the Delaware Independent School Conference (DISC) Tournament. Nick Osbourne ’23 continued his impressive rookie campaign, placing second in the 132-pound bracket. Tyler Wood ’21 (138-pound bracket) turned in another outstanding performance, earning a silver medal for the second consecutive year. For the 2019-20 season, Wood has earned medals in five events. Graham Abramo ’22 and Ibrahim Kazi ’23 became the third and fourth Saints to take home silver medals as Abramo finished second in the 152-pound bracket while Kazi earned silver in the 285-pound bracket. The Saints will travel to the Charter School of Wilmington on February 21st to participate in the Independent Conference Championship.

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