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Friday, Apr 26
5:00 PMSoph vs. Klein @ CP
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Monday, Apr 29
6:00 PMEnd of Year Banquet
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Region 2 District 15-6A Varsity Standings
 
Woodlands 13 2 0
Klein Collins 13 3 0
Oak Ridge 12 3 0
Conroe 7 8 0
Klein Oak 7 8 0
Klein  6 9 0
Klein Cain 5 11 0
Klein Forest 3 12 0
College Park 2 13 0

Links to 15-6A Opponents:  Conroe, Klein, Klein Cain, Klein Collins,  Klein Oak,  Oak Ridge, The Woodlands

CP Varsity Loses To Klein Cain

The CP Varsity Team's anemic offense continued on Senior Night.  The Cavs only managed 2 hits, and were shut out again in the 5-0 loss to Klein Cain.  Brandon Garza and Evan Cameron both tallied singles in the game.  The ambidextrous Brandon Garza, threw 158 pitch complete game over 7 innings in the loss.  Garza allowed 7 hits, 5 runs, walked 7, and struck out 13 batters.  The Cavaleirs will play their final game of the season Friday night at Klein.  

"A baseball game is simply a nervous breakdown divided into nine innings".

Robert Earl Wilson 1935-2005, Professional Baseball Pitcher

CP JV Team Blows Out Klein Cain 10-2

The JV Team extends its record to 13-7 on the year with a 10-2 victory at Klein Cain.  Carter Gorling got the Dub pitching 3.1 innings, givng up 2 hits, 1 walk, and 1 strike out.  Logan Murray recorded the save over 2.2 innings giving up 3 hits, 5 walks, and 4 strike outs.  The Cavs kept the bats hot by racking up 10 hits on the night.  Holden Rook (2-4, 3B & HR, 1 RBI), Helton (2-4), and Sisk (2-3, 2B) all had multiple hits.  Others getting in on the hit parade were Malik, Murray, Koslosky, and Porter (2B).  With the victory, the JV Team enters the last game of the season with a 1/2 game lead over The Woodlands.  The Cavs will play a revenge game against Klein on Friday night 7:00 pm.

 

JV

W

L

T

College Park

11

4

 

Woodlands

10

4

1

Oak Ridge

9

5

1

Klein Cain

9

6

 

Klein Collins

6

6

2

Klein

8

7

 

Klein Oak

8

7

 

Conroe

5

8

 

Klein Forest

0

14

 

The Soph Team won its 2nd district game in a row defeating Klein Cain 4-3.  Nick Tanguma got the start pitching 3 innings, giving up 4 hits, 1 walk, and striking out 4 batters.  Jesus Parra pitched 2 innings giving up 0 hits, walking 3, and striking out 1.   The Cavs got 4 hits on the night with Barrientos, Mladenka (RBI), Chavers (Chavers), and Waguespeck all getting singles.  Heinrich had an RBI on a walk.  With the victory the CP Soph Team is 5-8 in district and 6-12-1 on the season.  

CP Varsity Drops Game To Klein Oak

CP Varsity lost 9-4 at Klein Oak.

CP JV lost to Klein Oak 3-0

The Freshman Team beat Klein Oak 5-2

Soph Team Drops Double Header vs College Station

The Soph Team lost 8-2 and 8-5 in a double header vs College Station.  The Cavs out hit College Station 6-5 in Game1 with Tanguma (RBI), Parra, Heinrich, Stonebreaker, Bermudez (RBI), and Waguespeck all getting hits.  Heinrich got the start pitching 4 innings giving up 3 hits, walking 1, and striking out 3.  Barrientos pitched 0.2 innings and gave up 5 runs on 1 hit and 4 walks.  Gill pitched 1.1 inning giving up 1 hit, 1 walk, and 2 k's.  The Soph Cavs will be back in action on Thursday when they play Klein Oak.  They are 4-12-1 on the season and 3-8 in district play. 

Cavs Shut Out By War Eagles

The CP Varsity Team (5-18) was shut out 4-0 by Oak Ridge Friday.  TCU commit Logan Letney ptiched a complete game, only giving up one hit and striking out 12.  Billy Decker broke up the no hitter in the 7th inning with a ground ball up the middle.  Billy Decker got the start and had a solid outing lasting 5 innings, giving up 4 hits, walking 2, and striking out 3.  Bandon Garza made an appearnance pitching 2 innings giving up 0 hits, walking 2, and striking out 3.  The Cavs only had 1 error in the game. 

The JV Team (12-6) won a pivital match up vs Oak Ridge 6-3.  With the victory, the Cavs find themselves in sole possession of 1st place with 3 games to play.  The Cavaleirs were down 3-0 heading into the top of the 4th, when they mounted their comeback.  The War Eagles walked 5 batters and commited 1 error while giving up a sac fly and 2 singles in that inning.  The Cavs only managed 3 hits in the affair with Helton, Diaz, and Rook getting singles.  Carter Gorling got the start pitching 3 innings, giving up 3 hits, walking 3, and striking out 2.  The JV Team has a 1/2 game lead in district with 3 games to play (Klein Oak, Klein Cain, and Klein).  The Cavs are 2-1 against those teams and every game was decided by only 1 run.  

JV

W

L

T

College Park

10

3

 

Oak Ridge

9

3

1

Woodlands

8

4

1

Klein Cain

8

5

 

Klein Collins

6

5

2

Klein

6

7

 

Klein Oak

6

7

 

Conroe

4

8

 

Klein Forest

0

13

 

The Soph Team (4-10-1) lost to Oak Ridge 6-4 on Friday.  They are now 3-8 in district play.

Cavs Lose On The Road @ Klein Forest

“Every day is a new opportunity.  You can build on yesterday’s success or put its failures behind and start over again. That’s the way life is, with a new game every day, and that’s the way baseball is.”

Bob Feller, HOF P Cleveland Indians

The CP Varsity Team was unable to push a run across for the third consecutive game and lost to Klein Forest Tuesday night.  The Cavs managed four hits in the game and left 10 runners on base.  Michael Jones led the team going 2-2.  Others getting hits were Brandon Garza and Eric Vasquez. Dylan McDonald got the start and only lasted 0.2 innings giving up 8 runs on 6 hits.  The Cavs would use four other pitchers in the game that only went four innings.  Hudson (0.2 inn, 2 hits, 3 walks, 1 K), LaFluer (0.0 inn, 1 hit, 2 walks, 0 K), West (1.2 inn, 3 hits, 4 walks, 1 K), Mann (1.0 inn, 0 hits, 0 walks, 2 K’s).  

The JV Team beat Klein Forest 12-2.  Ty Porter got the start pitching 3 innings giving up 0 hits, walking 1, and striking out 1.  Alex Diaz pitched 2 innings, giving up 1 hit, 3 walks, and struck out 5.  The Cavs had 8 hits on the night and Jeremy Garcia (2-2, RBI) and Helton (2-4, 2 RBI) had multiple hits.  Malik, Garcia, Vorst, and Diaz all had hits.  The Cavs will play Oak Ridge in a district show down Friday night. 

Sponsor Appreciation Night

The College Park Baseball Program would like to thank all of our sponsors for the 2019 Season!  A few of our sponsors stopped by prior to the game vs Klein Collins, so we could thank them for their support.  

U.S. Represenative Kevin Brady                                                                        The Republic Grill

Lone Star College

The Varsity Team lost to Klein Collins 11-0 on Friday.  Klein Collins proved they are one of the top 3 teams in district by getting strong pitching and playing stout defense against the Cavs.  Casen Holden got his first start and pitched 4 innings giving up 2 hits, 2 walks, and 4 strike outs.  Tyler Givens pitched 2 innings giving up 7 hits, 0 walks, and striking out 3.  Brandon Lemmons (0.1 inn, 2 hits, 1 walk, 1 K) and Lance West (0.2 inn, 0 hits, 1 walk, 1 K) both made an appearence in the 7th inning.  The Cavs only managed 2 hits in the game, and both came from Billy Decker (2-3).  The bats have gone silent the past 2 games where the Cavs only have 4 hits.  The Cavaliers comitted 4 errors in the game.  

 

The JV Team lost to Klein Collins 11-5 in a back in forth game that included a triple play.  Logan Muray got the start and pitched 3 innings giving up 7 hits, 3 walks, and 4 K's.  Jeremy Garcia pitched 1 inning giving up 2 hits, walking 1, and 1 K.  The Cavs got 8 hits in the affair with J. Garcia leading the team going 3 for 3 with a HR and 3 RBI's.  Others getting hits were Helton (2-3), Malik (1-3), Vorst (1-3), and Diaz (1-2).  The Cavs committed 5 errors in the game and was on the wrong end of a triple play.  With the loss the JV team finds itself 1/2 game back of Oak Ridge for the district title.  

 

The Soph Team lost 9-8 at Klein Collins. 

 

Cavs Shut Out By Highlanders

CP Varsity couldn't get the bats going against their rival and lost 9-0.  The Woodlands Cameron Caley pitched six innings giving up 2 hits, walking 2, and struck out 12 Cavaliers.  Luke Rosson (2-3) was the only Cavalier that managed a hit on the evening.  Billy Decker got the start pitching 5 innings giving up 8 hits, 3 walks, and 3 strike outs.  Camden Farmer was brought in the 6th inning and faced 3 batters, walking all 3.  Matthew Eserman pitched an inning giving up a hit and a walk.  Lack of hitting and fielding again played a huge factor in the loss as the Cavaliers committed 6 errors on the evening. 

JV Completes Sweep of Woodlands, Wins 3-1

The JV Team defeated the Woodlands 3-1 and completes the season sweep.  Carter Gorling got the start and pitched 5 strong innings giving up 2 hits, 3 walks, and struck out 4.  Ty Porter pitched an inning and gave up 2 hits, walked 0, and struck out 1.  The Woodlands had a 1 run lead heading into the bottom of the 6th.  With one out in the inning, CP got a walk from Sisk and then Malik (1-3) follwed with a single to right feild.  Cal Garcia (1-3) would then follow with an RBI single to tie the game 1-1.  The Highlanders would then intentionaly walk Helton (1-2) to load the bases, and hope for a double play to end the inning.  The Cavaliers would then benefit from 2 passed balls and take the lead 3-1.  Time would expire with the Nolen (1-2) at the plate to seal the victory.  With the win, the Cavs are now in sole posession of first with a 8-2 record in district play.  

JV

W

L

T

College Park

8

2

 

Oak Ridge

7

2

1

Klein Cain

7

2

 

Woodlands

5

4

1

Klein Oak

5

5

 

Klein Collins

3

4

2

Klein

4

5

 

Conroe

3

7

 

Klein Forest

0

9

 

 

The Soph Team lost to the Woodlands 12-2 and split the season series.  The Cavs only managed 2 hits on the evening with Barrientos and Tanguma earning singles.  Steven Heinrich got the start and pitched 3 innings giving up 4 hits, 2 walks, and 1 strike out.  Mladenka pitched 1.1 inning giving up 3 hits, 2 walks, and 1 strike out.  Justin Gill pitched 1.2 innings giving up 1 hit, 0 walks, and 1 strike out.  The Cavaliers would commit 6 errors in the game. 

-Nolen

Cavs Can't Overcome 6 Run Deficit, Lose 6-5

The Varsity Team spotted the Conroe Tigers 6 runs in the top of the first and lost 6-5.  Dylan McDonald got the start and lasted 0.2 innings giving up 2 hits, walking 2, and hitting a batter.  Casen Holden was brought in for relief and pitched 3.1 innings giving up 2 hits, walking 5, and striking out 2.  Brandon Garza closed out the last 3 innings allowing 0 hits, 3 walks, and striking out 2.  The Cavs managed a comback in the bottom of the 3rd when they scored 5 runs.  Garza started the rally with a walk, followed by a double by Kyle Mann (2-4).  Evan Cameron would then walk to load the bases.  The Cavs got consecutive singles by Rosen (2-3,RBI), Nolen (1-4, RBI), and Givens (1-2, RBI).  Unfortunately the Cavs would not push across another run, and left 9 men on base.  The Cavaliers out hit the Tigers 6-4 and only made 1 error in the game.  The Tigers only managed 1 earned run, but still got the victory.  

 

The JV Team beat the Conroe Tigers 7-2 at Conroe.  The Cavs out hit the Tigers 5-2 on the evening.  Holden Rook led the team going 2-2, with 2 RBI's, and scored a run.  Others getting hits were Malik (1-2, RBI), Helton (1-2), and Diaz (1-2, RBI).  Andrew Vorst got the start on the mound and pitched 2 innings, giving up 0 hits, walking 9, and striking out 4.  Carter Gorling pitched 2 innings giving up 2 hits, walking 0, and striking out 2.  The Tigers only managed 2 hits and 2 earned runs, while stranding 9 men on base.  The game was called after 4 innings.  The JV Team also got some help from one of their rivals, as the Woodlands downed Oak Ridge.  With the Oak Ridge loss, the Cavs find themselves tied for 1st in district with 7 games to play.

 

The Soph Team also got a win Friday night beating the Tigers 8-2.  It looks like their bats came alive as they managed hits in the affair.  Tanguma (2 1B, 4 RBI) and Maggart (2 1B, RBI) led the team with multiple hits.  Combrink (2B, RBI) and Morgan (1B) also had hits in the victory.  Barrientos gets the win pitching 3.2 innings and gave up 4 hits.  Parra gets the save after pitching 1.1 innings and giving up 1 hit.  With the win, the Soph team is now 3-5 in district play.

"Baseball is 90% Mental & The Other Half is Physical" Y. Berra

The Cavalier Varsity Team finds itself in a precarious situation, but as Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t over till it’s over.”  This 2019 team is just 2 games back of the fourth playoff spot in District 15-6A.  Make no doubt, this team is competing and is still in the hunt going down the stretch.  As we reach the half way point in district, we can look at where this team is from a statistical standpoint.  Stats obtained by me from Game Changer (not official coaching staff GC).  Stats includes actual games played from Georgetown Tournament through Klein Game.

 

“All pitchers are liars or crybabies”  Y. Berra

Pitchers with at least 10 innings pitched on the season:

On the mound Brandon Garza (27.1), Billy Decker (18.1), Dylan McDonald (18), and Tyler Givens (12.1) have pitched the most innings this season.   Billy Decker has the lowest WHIP of the staff at 1.42.  Tyler Givens is next at 1.46, followed by McDonald at 1.72.  Brandon Garza leads the staff in strike outs with 25.  Dylan McDonald leads this group in first pitch strikes at 57% and average pitches per batter faced at 3.45

 

“We made too many wrong mistakes”  Y. Berra

In the field the Cavs have committed 35 errors in 470 total chances for a fielding percentage of 92.6.  Team leaders with at least 20 chances and over 90% are as follows:  Cade Rabson (20 TC, 100%), Brandon Garza (26 TC, 92%), Kyle Mann (105 TC, 97%), 

 

Catching:  Clayton Nolen (93 innings, TC 84, 99% Fielding) has has thrown out 10 runners in 30 attempts for 33% caught stealing.  He has 16 passed balls on the season averaging 1.2 per 7 innings.  

 

“Slump? I ain’t in no slump…..I just ain’t hitting”  Y. Berra

As a team the Cavs are hitting .241 and slugging .356.  They have scored 77 runs on the year and are averaging 4.3 runs per game.  Only players with at least 10 at bats are reported.  

 

The team has 4 players hitting over .250 at this point in the season and Kyle Mann (48 AB, 16 hits, 9 RBI, 7 BB, 13 K) leads the team.  Michael Jones (31 AB, 10 hits, 2 RBI, 1BB, 11K), Billy Decker (40 AB, 12 hits, 3 RBI, 10 BB, 7 K) and Brandon Garza (44 AB, 11 hits, 3 RBI, 6 BB, 7 K) are also in that group.  

 

RBI leaders are Kyle Mann (9), Luke Rosson (9), and Clayton Nolen (8), and Evan Cameron (7), Will Clements (5).

 

Quality at bat leaders:  Kyle Mann (53%), Cade Rabson (52%), Billy Decker (51%), Brandon Garza (49%), Clayton Nolen (46%), Luke Rosson (45%), Evan Cameron 44%) 

 

“You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run.  If you got the timing, it’ll go”  Y. Berra

Will Clements (2), Clayton Nolen (1), Kyle Mann (1)

 

-Nolen

Varsity Roughs Up Klein 10-3

 

 

 

 

 

Players celebrate Clements HR in bottom of 1st

The CP Varsity jumped out to 8-0 lead in the 1st inning and cruised to a 10-3 victory.  Luke Rosson (2 for 3, 4 RBI's) and Brandon Garza (2 for 4) had multiple hits in the game. Will Clements homered in consecutive games and had 3 RBI's. Others getting hits in the game were Rabson, Cameron, Decker, and Farmer.  Billy Decker got the start and pitched 4 innings, giving up 6 hits, 3 runs, 1 walk, and 2 strike outs.  Matthew Eserman pitched 2 innings in relief giving up 1 hit, 1 run, 2 walks, and 3 K's.  Brandon Garza closed out the Bearkats in the 7th with 0 hits, and 3 K's.  The Cavs will try to win 2 in a row on Friday night when they face Conroe at home.

-Nolen

JV Falls Short In Comeback At Klein

The Cavs JV Team found itself down 6-0 after 2 innings of play at Klein.  The comeback fell short, and they lost 7-6 in 6 innings in a game that was called after 1:45 min of play.  Andrew Siccardi got the start and only lasted 1 inning giving up 4 hits, 4 runs, walking 1, and getting 2 K's.  Gorling came in for releif and pitched 3.2 innings throwing 66% strikes while giving up 3 hits, walking 2, and striking out 6.  The Cavaliers managed 7 hits in the game, but left 9 men on base in the loss.  Harrison Helton was 2 for 3 with HBP and 1 RBI.  Others getting hits were Malik (1B), Hill (1B), Nolen (1B), Garcia (1B, 2 RBI), and Gorling (1B, RBI).  The Cavs did not play well in the field, commiting 5 errors in the contest.  With the loss the Cavaleirs drop to 6-2 in district play, and are in second place at the halfway mark.  The JV Standings obtained from other teams Game Changer data. 

 

W

L

T

Oak Ridge

7

1

 

College Park

6

2

 

Klein Cain

6

2

 

Woodlands

4

3

1

Klein Oak

4

4

 

Klein Collins

2

4

1

Conroe

3

5

 

Klein

3

5

 

Klein Forest

0

8

 

 

After the first round of district play, The JV Team finds itself just a game out of first place.  It all starts with pitching and defense, where the Cavs have been solid this year.  Carter Gorling (21.2), Logan Murray (17), and Ty Porter (11) have been stalwards on the mound with the most innings pitched respectively.  Those three also lead the team in WHIP:  Gorling (.923), Murray (1.706), and Porter (1.727).  Logan Murray is the team leader in strikeouts with 23. 

 

As a team, the Cavs are feilding at .926 with 23 errors in 310 chances over 13 games.  Fielding % Leaders with more than 10 Total Chances (TC) on the year.

Fielders: Vorst (TC 56, 94.6%), Nolen (TC 39, 92.3%), Malik (TC 21, 90.5%), Rook (TC 19, 94.7%), Siccardi (TC 15, 100%)

 

Catchers have thrown out 4 baserunners on 33 attempts.  Koslosky (2), Garcia (1), Lane (1).  As a group the catcher position has had 26 passed balls in 76 total innings of play.  That is 2.4 passed balls over 7 inning average.

 

The Cavs have also been productive at the plate this season.  As a team they are hitting .299, slugging .377, and have scored 86 runs in 13 games.  The Cavaliers have 8 players hitting .333 or better with at least 10 at bats.

 

Offensive production leaders with at least 10 at bats are as follows.  Malik (16 hits, 11 RBI, 9 BB),  Helton (13 hits, 14 RBI, 5 BB,),  Nolen (13 hits, 9 RBI, 1 BB), Rook ( 9 hits, 1 RBI, 1 BB), J. Garcia (8 hits, 10 RBI, 2 BB), and Siccardi ( 6 hits, 2 RBI, 2 BB).

 

Quality At Bat Leaders with at least 10 PA:  Porter 59%, Malik 55%, Hill 55%, Helton 52%, Nolen 50%, Vasqeuz 50%, Koslosky 50%

 

On the basepads the Cavs are taking bags at will with 33 bags stolen in 13 games at 85% rate.  Stolen base leaders are Rook (10), Malik (5), Helton (4), Hill (3).  None of those players have been caught stealing.  

 

The Soph Team lost 2-1 at Klein and fall to 2-5 in district play.  The team managed just 3 hits in the game with Stonebreaker (2 singles) and Maggart (1B) getting hits.  Heinrich got the start going 5.1 innings and only gave up 2 hits. Combrink came in for relief for 0.2 innings and did not give up a hit.  Both of Kleins runs were unearned tonight.

 

-Nolen

College Park Gets Edged Out By Klein Cain 4-3

CP Varsity drops to 1-6 in district play with a 4-3 loss to Klein Cain on Friday.  The Cavs left 9 men on base and failed to get timely hitting in the loss.  The night looked promising with Will Clements returning to the line up.  He delivered with a lead off homer in the first inning, and went 1 for 3 with 2 RBI's on the evening.  Others getting hits were Garza, Givens, Nolen, and Mann.  Dylan McDonald pitched well, he threw 96 pitches over 6 innings with 64% strikes.  He gave up 6 hits, struck out 5, and only walked 2.  The Cavs again had a chance to take the lead in the top of the 7th.  With the bases loaded and 1 out, Klein Cain got 2 strike outs to end the game.  The Cavs will play Klein next Tuesday to complete the first half of district play.  

CP JV beat Klein Cain 9-8 and are now 6-1 in district play.  Logan Murray pitched 4.1 throwing 77 pitches with 65% strikes.  He gave up 6 hits, walked 2 batters, and struck out 6.  Jeremy Garcia came in for relief and pitched 1.2 innings, giving up 2 hits, 1 walk, and 1 strike out.  The hit parade was on display with the Cavs getting 10 hits and Klein Cain answering with 8. The Cavaleirs were lead by Malik (2-4, 3 RBI) and Vorst (2-4).  Others getting hits were Nolen (2B, RBI), Diaz (2B), Helton (1B, 2RBI), Sisk (1B), Garcia (1B), Porter (1B).  The JV Team looks to keep the bats hot vs Klein next Tues.

CP Soph lost to The Hurricane 6-3 and are now 2-4 in district play.  Tanguma got the start and pitched 2.2 innings giving up 6 hits and 6 runs.  Pogue was called in for middle relief and went 2 innings and gave up 2 hits.  Combrink closed it out pitching 1.1 innings and gave up 2 hits.  The Cavs had five hits in the game with Mladenka (2B), Combrink (2B), Morgan (1B), Gill (1B), Heinrick (1B), Stonebreaker (QAB, RBI).  

Don't forget to take your Pepcid next Tuesday morning.  Not for the game,  BECAUSE IT'S .50 CENT HOT DOG NIGHT! ....LET'S GO CAVS!

-Nolen

CP Falls In Extra Innings To Klein Oak

The Cavaleirs played another extra inning game, but came up short to the Panthers in 8 innings.  It was a tight affair heading into the 7th, when the Panthers got a solo home run to take a 3-2 lead.  The Cavs got a break in the bottom of the 7th, Luke Rosson scored on a throwing error by the second baseman.  With the game tied 3-3, the Panthers broke it open with a 6 run inning in the top of the 8th.  The first 2 batters reached on errors to start off the 8th inning.  The Panthers then scored on a pass ball and a subsequent single to take the lead 5-3.  The Pathers were then able to load the bases with 3 consecutive singles and a hit batter to extend the lead to 6-3.  The Cavs got a line drive out and apparent double play at first to end the inning, but the home plate umpire overturned the call.  The controversial call left the Panthers with the bases loaded and 2 outs.  The next batter doubled to left center clearing the base pads and taking a 9-3 lead.  The Cavs were unable to answer in the bottom of the 8th.

 

Brandon Garza threw 7 innings giving up 4 hits, 7 walks, and 7 strike outs in the no decision.  Tyler Givens gets the loss pitching 1 inning, giving up 4 runs on 4 hits.  The Cavaleirs collected four hits on the evening from Garza, Cameron, Rosson, and Mann (RBI).  The Klein Oak pitchers struck out 12 CP batters and walked 4.  The Cavs committed 4 errors in the game which proved costly.  

 

The Cavs will return to action on Friday night at Klein Cain 7:00 pm

 

Tonight Is Spirit Day at Russo's Pizza.  Come out and support the Cavs.  Click HERE for info.

 

-Nolen

Sub Varsity vs Klein Oak

JV Team stops its 3 game skid and gets a much needed 4-3 victory at Klein Oak.  With the win, the JV Team is now 5-1 in district.  Winning pitcher Carter Gorling pitched 4.1 innings, and only gave up 4 hits vs The Panthers.  Ty Porter gets the save pitching 1.2 innings, allowing only 1 hit and getting 1 strikeout.  The Cavaliers struck early in the top of the 1st inning and never gave up the lead.  The offense was lead by Hassan Malik who was 2 for 4 and scored a run.  Others getting hits were Rook (1B), Garcia (1B), Siccardi (1B), Porter (1B), Garcia (1B, RBI), Nolen (2B, 2RBI), and Hill (1B).  As a team they had 17 QAB (54.8%) in the game, stole 5 bags (Rook 3, Malik 2), and left 9 men on base.  The Cavaleirs also played good defense only having 1 error on 30 total chances.  The Cavs will face Klein Cain for the first time on 7:00 pm Friday @ CP.  

The Soph Team lost to Klein Oak 5-2.  They are now 2-3 in district play.  Heinrich pitched 3 innings giving up 4 hits, 4 runs, and had 4 K's.  Mladenka came in for relief and threw 2 innings giving up 1 hit, 1 run, and 3 K's.  The Cavs only managed 3 hits in the game with Stonebreaker, Barrientos, and Tanguma each collecting singles.  

Varsity Game Tuesday 7:00 Home vs Klein Oak

-Nolen

Alumni Return For Exhibition Game at Blue Silver.

Congratulations to the 2019 Signing Class

College Park Baseball signs three on National Signing Day.  Pictured from left to right.  Lance West (early signee, Univ. of The Ozarks), Billy Decker (Stephen F. Austin University), Coach Washburn, Clayton Nolen (Southwestern University), & Dylan McDonald (Univ. of The Ozarks).

2018 Season Results

2018 Varsity Results 21-19-1  (7-7)
State Playoffs
Round 1:  TWCP def. Rockwall-Heath  7-4, 2-5, 4-1
Round 2:  TWCP def. Pearce  5-1, 9-5
Round 3:  TWCP def. Oak Ridge  7-3,  4-2
Round 4:  Round Rock def TWCP  8-1, 0-7, 11-2
JV Team Results:  10-13 (6-6)
Soph Team Results:  9-11-2  (3-8-2)

The Woodlands College Park Baseball Est. 2005-06

District Championships
2009, 2010
Playoff Appearences (Bi-District)
2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007
Area Appearences: 2018, 2015, 2009
Regional Quarterfinals: 2018, 2015, 2009
Regional Semifinals:  2018, 2009
Regional Finals: 2009
State (Final Four): None

 

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