Baseball - Middle School
Hunter Grey '10 (Covenant College)
Taylor Fisher '12 (Gardner-Webb University)
Garrett Vaughn '13 (Lenoir Rhyne University)
Taylor Stewart '13 (Lenoir Rhyne University)
Spencer Hutchinson '14 (Cedarville University)
Matt Cotton '14 (Lynchburg College)
Peter Englert '14 (Lenoir-Rhyne University)
Chris Cotton '16 (Washington and Lee University)
Mitchell Cope '17 (Anderson University)
Heath McKay '17 (Anderson University
Ellison Byers '17 (Catawba College)
Eli Ellington '17 (UNC-Charlotte)
Caleb Embry '18 (Lenoir Rhyne University)
Elijah Hunt '18 (Guilford Technical Community College)
Jackson Bertelsen, ’19 (United States Military Academy at West Point)
Baseball - Middle School
Congratulations to our Team Award Winners!
Christian Character - Branson Daniell
Coaches' Award - Cooper McLemore
MVP Award - Tanner McCammon
Weekly Recap 3/25-29
Following the spring break, our MS Lions started off the week with a 3-0 win against Charlotte Country Day. The Lions pitching and defense put forth a solid performance, and even a one-run lead would have held up for a victory. It was a good overall team win after coming off a loss. On Thursday, 3/28, the Lions suffered a 1-6 loss to Charlotte Latin. The guys couldn't seem to get their bats going against a pretty good pitcher, while the Hawks had some impressive, long hits. Despite the loss, Coach Smith felt the team grew from the experience. and will look forward to facing Charlotte Christian and Cannon School next week.
Weekly Recap 3/11-15
Our Lions suffered their first loss of the season this week when they took on the Holy Trinity Bulldogs. We jumped out to an early lead but couldn't sustain it. Our bats went cold and Holy Trinity had some big innings and hits to end the game 2-11. The Lions will look to bounce back after spring break.
Weekly Recap 2/25-3/1
The MS Lions had a great first week of the season! Tuesday's 3-1 victory against Lake Norman was a well-played, competitive game by both teams. Our defense and pitching were exceptional, and the Lions were aggressive swinging the bats which resulted in some timely hits. On Thursday, our guys took on conference rival, Charlotte Christian. The Lions came out on top again with a final score of 6-2, thanks to a solid performance on the mound as well as on the defensive side. Our bats started slow but picked up as the game went on, and our offense stayed aggressive and took advantage of some walks and errors to secure the victory. The coaches were very pleased with the team's performance, especially given the lack of on-field practice time due to the persistent rainy conditions. Next week, the team will play two away games as they travel to Cannon School on Tuesday, and Providence Day on Thursday.