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Tryout Advancers

These are the numbers continuing on to tryouts on Monday:

4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 23, 24, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58.

We will be continuing tryouts on Monday so be ready to stretch at 5:00pm .

CP Prep Team Tryout Info

Holden Rook Signs With ACU!

2022 Grad Holden Rook Signs with Abilene Christian University.  Holden will be a 3 year letterman in baseball where he plays outfield for The Cavaleir Baseball Program.  He has also earned 3 letters in football as a WR.  

Slugfest 2021

Slugfest is Back!

Click on the Slugfest Tab at the Top for Team Registration & Waiver Forms

Way To Go Will

2020 Graduate Will Clements will continue his baseball jouney at The University of Oklahoma.  Will had to overcome a lot of adversity but kept a positive outlook and continued to work.  Will was highly touted as a sophomore and was on pace to have huge Jr and Sr seasons at CP.  Unfortunately Will missed most of his Jr and Sr seasons at College Park due to injuries.  Will went the JUCO route, and will now take his game to Norman.  Congratulations to The Clements Family from CP.  

Fall Baseball Class Tryout

Attention: If your number is listed below, you have been chosen to be in the baseball class this Fall.  Please report to the baseball field on Thursday. 

1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 15, 16, 18, 25, 29, 30.

If your number is not listed, you have not been chosen for the baseball class this Fall.  Please report to Coach Washburn's room on Thursday.  Don't give up.  Please continue to work hard this Fall.   

Senior Class 2021

Congrats To Hank Hudson

Hank Hudson becomes the 7th Player in the 2021 Class that will play at the next level.  Hank will be attending Vernon College.  This class will mark the 3rd time CP has 7 commitments that will play in college (2021, 2018, 2013).  The 2015 Class leads the way with 9 signees (6 Division 1 Players).

2021 Season Comes To An End


"You spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time"


College Park ended the season with a 6-1 loss to Bridgeland on Friday night.  The Cavs ended their 2021 campaign 19-14-1, 2nd place in district, and a Regional Playoff appearance.  As with any sport, it comes down to match ups and Bridgeland was a tough second round match up.  Tip your cap to The Bears who pitched well, hit well, moved runners, and executed.  You can also tip your cap to CP and Coach Faherty.  The 2021 Cavs have set a standard for future teams to follow.  Every player on this team improved their game in some fashion.  


Bridgeland started a junior Justin Kim who lasted 1.2 innings and struggled with control. He allowed 0 runs and 2 hits, walking 3 batters and striking out 2.  Will Croft came in for relief and trew 5.1 innings for the Bears.  The junior right hander gave up 1 run on 5 hits.  He struck out 6 CP batters and walked 1. The Cavs had their chances in the game loading the bases in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd innings but were unable to get the timely hit.


In an elimination game CP had all arms on deck and would use three pitchers in the game.  Carter Gorling got the start and went 2.2 innings.  He gave up 4 runs on 6 hits, walking 2 and striking out 2.  Andrew Vorst (3.1 inn, 2 runs, 3 hits, 3 walks, and 3 K’s) and Logan Murray (1 inn, 0 runs, 0 hits, 1 walk, 1 K) both saw action in the game.


Offensively the Cavs were better in game 2 but still only managed 1 run vs The Bears.  Hassan Malik (3 for 3, with a walk) and Alex Diaz (2 for 3, 1 RBI) were the offensive standouts for the Cavs.  As a team the Cavs were 7 for 27 (.259 ave) in the game.


  • 1B: Malik (3), Diaz (2), Helton, Gorling
  • RBI: Diaz
  • Team Steals 1/1: Malik


“In baseball, my theory is to strive for consistency, not to worry about the numbers.  If you dwell on statistics you get shortsighted, if you aim for consistency, the numbers will be there at the end”.   – Tom Seaver


Post Season Stats:  Record 1-2, Regional Playoff Area Finalist



Team: 20 inn, 18 Hits, 13 Runs (12 Earned), 15 BB, 17 K, 7 HBP, 4.2 ERA, 1.65 WHIP


Gorling: 8.2 inn, 6 Runs, 9 Hits, 4 BB, 10 K, 3 HBP, 1.5 WHIP

Vorst: 4.1 inn, 2 Runs, 3 Hits, 4 BB, 4 K, 1 HBP, 1.6 WHIP

Hudson: 3.1 inn, 3 Runs, 4 Hits, 3 BB, 0 K, 1 HBP, 2.1 WHIP

Murray 2.2 inn, 0 Runs, 1 Hit, 3 BB, 3 K, 1 HBP, 1.5 WHIP

Brunner: 1.0 inn, 2 Runs, 1 Hit, 1 BB, 0 K, 1 HBP, 2 WHIP


% Strikes:  Gorling (.63), Vorst (.60), Murray (.58), Hudson (.54), Brunner (.46)

K/Batter Faced: Gorling (.25), Murray (.23), Vorst (.1)


Offensive Stats:

Team:  .239 Ave, .689 OPS, 17 Hits (1B: 15, 2B: 2), 11 RBI, 12 Runs, 5 HBP, 18 BB, 22 K


  • Hassan Malik: GP 3, AB 7, H 4, 4 BB, .571 Ave, 1.32 OPS
  • Hank Hudson: GP 3, AB 8, H 3, 2 BB, .375 Ave, 1.05 OPS
  • Ty Porter:  GP 3, AB 3, 1 H, 0 BB, .333 Ave, 1.0 OPS
  • Alex Diaz:  GP 3, AB 7, 2 H, 1 BB, .286 Ave, .661 OPS
  • Edgar Bermudez: GP 3, AB 7, 2 H, 3 BB, .286 Ave, .786 OPS


QAB: Diaz (75%), Helton (70%), Malik (67%), Hudson (64%), Nolen, Bermudez, Sisk (50%)


1B: Malik (4), Diaz (2), Gorling (2), Bermudez (2), Hudson (2), Nolen, Helton, Rook

2B: Porter

RBI: Hudson (3), Porter (3), Gorling (2), Diaz, Bermudez, Rook

Runs: Gorling (3), Malik (3), Hudson (2), Diaz, Nolen, Helton, Rook

HBP (Biggio Award): Garcia (2), Malik, Hudson, Rook

Stolen Bases 6/10: Gorling, Malik, Hudson, Helton, Rook, Sisk


It’s been a pleasure being a part of College Park Baseball and running the website.  The website is a window to our program, and I was hoping to show that we have good players, good coaches, great facilities and supportive families.  We have a lot to be proud of at College Park, and our sports programs have continued to improve over the years.  It’s been a joy watching the kids develop and be part of that journey.  Good luck to future Cavaliers and try to live like you have a 3-1 count.


-M. Nolen 

Cavs Drop Game One 5-1

College Park dropped the first game of the series to Bridgeland 5-1 at Cy Woods last night.  Bridgeland started TCU commit Murphy Brooks who threw 5.1 innings for the Bears in the win.  The junior right hander gave up 0 runs on 2 hits and struck out 8 CP batters.  College Park utilized 3 pitchers on the evening in the loss.  Hank Hudson got the start and lasted 3.1 innings.  He gave up 3 runs on 4 hits, walking 3 and striking out none.  Logan Murry (1.2 inn, 0 runs, 1 hit, 2 walks, 1 HBP, 2 K’s) and Dylan Brunner (1.0 inn, 2 runs, 1 hit, 1 walk, 1 HBP, 0 K) both saw action in relief.  

The Bridgeland pitchers made it tough on College Park at the plate.  As a team CP was 3 for 21 at bats with a .143 average.  The lone run came in the top of the 7th when Holden Rook hit a sac fly to score Carson Nolen.  The Cavs loaded the bases in the 6th and 7th but were not able to get the timely hit.

  • 1B: Malik, Nolen, Rook
  • RBI: Rook
  • Team Steals 0/1

Game 2 of teh series will be played tonight at College Park 7 pm.  With their backs against the wall, The Cavaliers need to win to force a game 3 at Cy Woods tomorrow

Cavs Advance to Round 2 with 10-2 Victory

College Park beat Spring Westfield 10-2 in a one game Bi-District Playoff.  With the win CP advances to the Regional Playoff and will wait for the winner of Bridgeland vs Klein Cain.  Bridgeland holds a 1-0 lead in the 3-game series that will be completed today.  

Carter Gorling got the start and the W for the Cavs after he settled in after the first inning.  Gorling would throw 86 pitches over 6 innings giving up 2 runs on 3 hits.  He would walk 2 and strike out 8 Mustang batters.  Andrew Vorst got the save pitching 1inning.  Vorst would only face 4 batters in the bottom of the 7th.  He ended the inning with 0 runs, 0 hits, 1 walk, 1 strike out.  

The Mustangs started Alvin CC commit Mateo Lamas who threw 107 pitches over 5 innings.  Mateo gave up 7 runs on 6 hits, walking 10 and striking out 5.  Hector Pereira would throw 1 inning of relief in the 6th inning (3 runs, 1 hit, 4 walks, 1 K). 

College Scouts filled the student section in the Bi District Playoff Game

As a team the Cavaliers had 7 hits on 23 at bats for a .304 average.  The Cavs had 9 RBI’s and 10 walks on the evening.  Hank Hudson was the offensive standout going 3 for 4, driving in 3 runs and scoring twice.

  • 1B: Hudson (2), Bermudez (2), Gorling
  • 2B: Hudson, Porter
  • RBI: Hudson (3), Porter (3), Gorling (2), Bermudez 

Team Steals 5/8: Hudson, Helton, Sisk, Rook, Gorling

The Cavs should find out their Regional Playoff opponent later today.  The Cavs have faced Bridgeland (26-7-1) twice in tournament play earlier this season.  The Cavs are 0-2 vs the Bears in the 2021 season.  The Cavs have not faced Klein Cain (16-14) this season and is 0-2 all time vs the Hurricanes.  The Caines had their inaugural season in 2019 and beat CP 4-3 and 5-0 in the 2 game district series. 

Season In Review

Looking back on this season, this senior class, and the varsity team, one thing for sure is they are resilient.  Coming into this season there was not one highly touted preseason D1 player filling this roster.  There was no preseason hype from Vype Magazine or Student Center.  This team was coming off a season that was taken away from them by a pandemic.  They continued to work hard day in and day out becoming what they are, baseball players.  The 2021 Cavalier Team looked inward, bought into their coach, and worked to get better.  

“One of the beautiful things about baseball is that every once in a while you come into a situation where you want to, and where you have to, reach down and prove something.”  -Nolan Ryan

Coming out of the tournament season and into district play, the team was 7-6-1 and looked like an average baseball team.  Although the Cavs had played good competition, their play seemed to be inconsistent at best.  The district campaign started with a rain delay and a loss to Grand Oaks at home.  After playing 7 district games the Cavs found themselves at 3-4 in district play and on the road at Conroe in a must win game.  Heading into the 6th inning of that affair, the Cavs were down 7-0 and staring at another loss, and a 3-5 district record.  Over the next 2 innings the Cavs would score 10 runs and walk off the field with a 10-7 victory.  This was the spark that this team needed and was the turning point of the season.  

After the Conroe victory, the Cavs would go 7-2 overall and win 6 of their next 7 district games.  Those victories would include 2 wins over Oak Ridge and The Woodlands.  This team would solidify a playoff spot for the first time since 2018.  Heading into the last game of the season they were in a 3-way tie for 2nd place.  This team would finish in 2nd place in district play, which is its highest district finish since 2015.  Looking back, this team was nothing but resilient and dug down deep when it mattered.  Maybe it was 6 am weight room, maybe it was chemistry, maybe it was leadership, maybe just maybe, ……it was the mullets?

“I became a good pitcher when I stopped trying to make them miss the ball and started trying to make them hit it” – Sandy Kofax

On the mound the Cavaliers had 3 senior work horses that were consistent throughout the season.  Hank Hudson, Logan Murray, and Carter Gorling made up the starting rotation for the Cavs.  Andrew Vorst settled in the role as closer and showed signs of dominance towards the end of the season.  The future is bright for the Cavs as Dylan Brunner and Conner Judge seem to be the go-to guys in upcoming seasons.

Season Stat Leaders (Tournament – District):

  • H. Hudson: 42 IP, 11 GP, 24 R, 36 H, 24 BB, 29 K, 10 HBP, 3.17 ERA, 1.43 WHIP
  • L. Murray:  38.2 IP, 11 GP, 29 R, 33 H, 24 BB, 43 K, 6 HBP, 2.72 ERA, 1.47 WHIP
  • C. Gorling:  35 IP, 10 GP, 20 R, 25 H, 14 BB, 35 K, 6 HBP, 3.0 ERA, 1.4 WHIP
  • D. Brunner: 20.2 IP, 8 GP, 8 R, 13 H, 19 BB, 15 K, 1 HBP, 1.69 ERA, 1.55 WHIP
  • C. Judge: 20 IP, 9 GP, 22 R, 23 H, 19 BB, 17 K, 2 HBP, 4,2 ERA, 2.1 WHIP
  • A. Vorst: 19 IP, 11 GP, 7 R, 13 H, 18 BB, 33 K, 1 HBP, 1.84 ERA, 1.632 WHIP

K/Batters Faced: Vorst (.371), Murray (.236), Gorling (.219)

% Strike Leaders: Murry (.616), Gorling (.611), Hudson (.549)

District Only Stats:

  • H. Hudson 32.1 IP, 7 GP, 19 R, 30 H, 18 BB, 19 K, 7 HBP, 3.46 ERA, 1.49 WHIP
  • L. Murray: 26.2 IP, 8 GP, 14 R, 21 H, 18 BB, 30 K, 1 HBP, 2.0 ERA, 1.39 WHIP
  • C. Gorling: 26.2 IP, 7 GP, 18 R, 30 H, 10 BB, 29 K, 4 HBP, 3.41 ERA, 1.5 WHIP
  • A. Vorst:  9 IP, 6 GP, 6 R, 7 H, 9 BB, 18 K, 1 HBP, 3.11 ERA, 1.78 WHIP
  • C. Judge: 3.1 IP, 4 GP, 3 R, 2 H, 7 BB, 3 K, 0 HBP, 6.3 ERA, 2.7 WHIP
  • D. Brunner 2.1 IP, 2 GP, 1 R, 2 H, 3 BB, 3 K, 0 HBP, 0.0 ERA, 2.143 WHIP

K/Batters Faced: Vorst (.409), Murray (.240), Gorling (.227)

% Strike Leaders:  Gorling (.630), Murray (.608), Hudson (.598)

“No baseball pitcher would be worth a darn without a catcher who could handle the hot fastball.”  -Casey Stengel

Like an offensive lineman, nobody notices you until you mess up.  Catchers get the same rap by most fans, but there might not be a more important position on the field.  Too bad there is not a stat for blocked balls, receiving, framing, and calling a good game.  The Cavs started two catchers this season Cal Garcia and Ben Blanchard and both were solid behind the plate.  

  • C. Garcia: 84.2 INN, 10 PB, 23-28 SB-ATT, 5 CS
  • B. Blanchard: 15 INN, 1 PB, 0-0 SB-ATT, 0 CS


Part 2

“During my 18 years I came to bat almost 10,000 times.  I struck out about 1,700 times and walked maybe 1,800 times.  You figure a ballplayer will average about 500 at-bats a season.  That means I played 7 years without ever hitting the ball.”  -Mickey Mantle

As a team the Cavs played 31 games and had 913 plate appearances.  They hit .267 and had an on base % of .392   The Cavs scored 170 runs on 197 hits, including 136 RBI’s.  They hit 39 2B, 6 3B, and 8 HR on the season. Opposing pitchers walked 136 Cavs and 22 were HBP.  On the base pads the Cavs stole 57 bases and were caught 15 times for a .792 SB%

In District Play the Cavs played 15 games and had 460 plate appearances.  They hit .270 and had an on base % of .366   The Cavs scored 82 runs on 104 hits, including 65 RBI’s.  They hit 23 2B, 4 3B, and 2 HR.  Opposing pitchers walked 54 Cavs and 9 were HBP.  The Cavs stole 35 bases and were caught 9 times for a .735 SB%


Season Stat Leaders: Tournament-District (20 PA Min)

  • C. Gorling: .366 (90 PA, 71 AB, 26 H, OPS 1.01)
  • H. Hudson .351 (100 PA, 77 AB, 27 H, OPS .955)
  • C. Nolen .317 (96 PA, 82 AB, 26 H, OPS .812)
  • H Rook:  .309 (70 PA, 55 AB, 17 H, OPS .883)
  • H. Helton: .301 (100 PA, 83 AB, 25 H, OPS .820)

QAB%: Hudson (.61), Malik (.582), Diaz (.544), Helton (.53), Rook (.514)

  • 1B: Nolen (20), Gorling (19), Hudson (19), Helton (18), Malik (13)
  • 2B: Hudson (7), Helton (5), Gorling (5), Nolen (4), Rook (4)
  • 3B: Diaz (2), Rook (2), Nolen, Koslosky
  • HR: Gorling (2), Blanchard, Nolen, Hudson, Helton, Porter, Cline 
  • Sac Fly: Nolen (3), Hudson (2), Rook (2), Bermudez, Gorling, Helton, Cline
  • RBI’s:  Nolen (21), Helton (20), Gorling (17), Hudson (16), Bermudez (14)
  • 2 OUT RBI: Helton (7), Nolen (6), Rook (5), Gorling (4)
  • Runs Scored:  Malik (24), Gorling (23), Nolen (19), Hudson (18), Helton (18)
  • Walk Kings:  Malik (20), Hudson (19), Helton (15), Diaz (14)
  • HBP (Biggio Award):  Gorling (6), Garcia (4), Nolen (2), Bermudez (2), Malik (2)
  • Stolen Bases: Rook (13), Nolen (11), Hudson (8), Diaz (5), Cline (4)

District Play Stat Leaders:

  • C. Gorling:  .439 (47 PA, 41 AB, 18 H, OPS 1.096)
  • H. Rook:  .392 (40 PA, 33 AB, 13 H, OPS 1.086)
  • H. Hudson .341 (53 PA, 44 AB, 15 H, OPS .946)
  • C. Nolen .333 (49 PA, 42 AB, 14 H, OPS .820)
  • H. Helton .326 (51 PA, 43 AB, 14 H, OPS .807)

QAB%: Malik (.672), Nolen (.612), Gorling (.575), Hudson (.566), Helton (.529)

  • 1B: Gorling (14), Helton (11), Nolen (10), Bermudez (9), Hudson (9)
  • 2B: Hudson (5), Rook (4), Nolen (3), Gorling (3), Helton (3), Bermudez (2)
  • 3B: Rook (2), Nolen, Diaz
  • HR: Gorling, Hudson
  • Sac Fly: Nolen (3), Rook (2), Hudson, Helton, Cline
  • RBI’s:  Hudson (10), Nolen (10), Bermudez (10), Gorling (8), Helton (8)
  • 2 OUT RBI:  Helton (4), Nolen (4), Rook (4), Bermudez (3), Hudson (2)
  • Runs Sored:  Malik (16), Gorling (14), Nolen (11), Rook (9), Helton (8)
  • Walk Kings:  Malik (15), Hudson (7), Garcia (6), Helton (6), Rook (6)
  • HBP (Biggio Award):  Gorling (2), Malik (2)
  • Stolen Bases:  Rook (8), Nolen (6), Hudson (4), Diaz (2), Gorling (2), Malik (2)

The most important stat is the 2021 Team Finished 18-12-1 and 10-5 in District.  Those numbers are good enough for 2nd place, and that is the only statistic that matters.  Stats obtained from my Gamechanger and may differ from others.  Always remember, "there are lies, d*mned lies, and statisics". 


Congrats to your District Champion Soph Cavs!

  • The Soph Team finished the season 16-5-2 & 9-3 in District!
  • So District Standings: CP 9-3, GO 9-5, Woodlands 7-5, OR 7-6, Willis 6-5, Conroe 0-12

The JV Team finished the season 10-15-1 & 4-8-1 in District


Region 2 District 13-6A Final Varsity Standings
Clinched Playoff Spot: GO, CP, OR, Woodlands
Grand Oaks 11 4 0
College Park 10 5 0
Oak Ridge 10 5 0
The Woodlands 9 6 0
Willis 3 12 0
Conroe 2 13 0

Links to District Opponents:  ConroeOak Ridge, The Woodlands, Willis, Grand Oaks

Cavs Take 2nd in DISTRICT 13-6A

"The way a team plays as a whole determines its success.  You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club wont be worth a dime".  -Babe Ruth

2015 was the last College Park Team to win a series vs the Woodlands.  That streak just ended today with a 2-1 extra inning victory over the Woodlands.  Heading into the top of the 8th inning the Cavs were down 2 outs when Holden Rook hit a double in the gap.  Haasan Malik was the next batter, and Rook stole 3rd base on a 1-1 count.  He would then score on a pass ball on the same at bat.  The Cavs would fail to get another run in the inning.  Holding onto a 1 run lead the Cavs entered the bottom of the 8th.  The Woodlands would strand runners at 1st and 2nd as Carter Gorling struck out Escovedo to end the game.

The Highlanders started Baylor Commit Brayden Sharp who was victorious in game one vs the Cavs earlier this season.  Sharp did not disappoint as he threw 111 pitches over 7.2 innings.  His running fast ball and curve kept the Cavs off balance as he gave up 1 run on 4 hits while striking out 11.  The Cavs started Hank Hudson who again answered the call.  Hank pitched 5.1 innings giving up only 1 run on 4 hits.  He walked 3 batters and struck out none.  Carter Gorling would come in the 6th inning with 1 out, and finished out the 8 inning affair (2.2 inn, 0 runs, 2 hits, 1 walk, 2 K’s).

Offensive production was tough going in this game, and the Cavs relied on their pitching and defense to win this one.  The Cavs were clean in the field and turned the double play of the season in the bottom of the 7th inning.  With one out and a runner on first, Zac Pine would ground to Hank Hudson at first who would turn a 3-6-3 DP to end the threat.  

As a team the Cavs were 4 for 26 at the plate.  But as the old saying goes, “it ain’t how many, it’s when you get em”.  The hottest Cav as of late is Holden Rook, and he led the team going 2 for 3 and scoring the winning run on a passed ball.  

  • 1B: Rook, Helton, Hudson
  • 2B: Rook
  • RBI: Helton
  • Stolen Bases 2/2: Rook, Diaz

The Cavs complete the regular season 18-12-1 and 10-5 in District 13-6A.  Those numbers are good enough for second place in one of the toughest districts in the state.  Congratulations to these kids and the toughness they have shown throughout the season.  There is no doubt they are battle tested and ready for playoffs.  As of today, it looks like the Cavs will play the 3rd place team in Spring ISD (Westfield?) with time and place TBA.  

On another note, this senior class beat the Woodlands in football, swept them in basketball, and won the series in baseball.  I let someone else see when the last time that happened -Just Sayin.

Cavs Get Sweep, Move Into 2nd Place

"Baseball gives every American boy a chance to excel, not just to be as good as someone else but to be better than someone else.  This is the nature of man and the name of the game. -Ted Williams

The College Park Cavaliers 17-12-1 (9-5) had a season high 15 hits and scored 13 runs in their season sweep of Oak Ridge on Tuesday night.  With the victory the Cavs enter the final district game in a 3-way tie for second place in district 13-6A.  The Cavs bats have gotten hot as of late outscoring their opponents 37-12 in the last 3 games.  At the plate the Cavs were 15 for 37 (.405 ave) and had four players with multiple hits.  Holden Rook led the way, going 4 for 4 on the evening at the plate.  Hank Hudson, Haasan Malik and Carson Nolen also had multiple hits in the 13-7 victory.  

  • 1B:  Rook (2), Malik, Garcia, Hudson, Helton, Nolen, Bermudez, Gorling
  • 2B:  Hudson (2), Malik, Nolen, Rook
  • 3B:  Rook

RBI: Hudson (3), Helton (2), Rook (2), Garcia, Bermudez, Gorling

Stolen Bases 6/6:  Rook (3), Malik, Hudson, Gorling

The Cavs would use 3 different pitchers in the game.  Hank Hudson would get the start and he lasted 2.1 innings, giving up 2 runs on 3 hits.  He walked 3 batters, 2 HBP, and struck out 0.  Logan Murray pitched 3.1 innings in middle relief.  He gave up 5 runs on 2 hits, walking 6, and striking out 3.  Dylan Brunner closed out the game pitching 1.1 innings, giving up no runs on 1 hit, and struck out 3 batters.  

The regular season comes to an end Friday afternoon at Scotland Yard when the Cavs face the Highlanders in the final game of The Battle of the Woods.  The Highlanders won game one (7-1) and The Cavs won game two (5-4).  With a victory, the Cavs could finish second place in district which would be its best finish in district since the 2015 season.  One other Cavalier team has finished second in district, it was the 2007 Team.  In other important district match ups, Grand Oaks will face Oak Ridge in their last game of the season.  

  • Sub Varsity:
  • JV Cavs:  10-15-1 (4-8-1) Host The Woodlands Friday Night
  • Soph Cavs:  16-5-2 (9-3) Host The Woodlands Friday Night

The Soph Team is still in the hunt for a District Title on Friday Night

  • College Park 9-3, Grand Oaks 9-5, Woodlands 7-5, Oak Ridge 7-6, Willis 6-5, Conroe 0-12
  • Games cancelled due to weather: Willis (3), Woodlands (2), CP (2), Conroe (2)

Cavs Earn Playoff Spot!

College Park clinched a playoff spot with a 11-4 road victory at Willis.  With the victory, The Cavs swept the season series vs Willis.  The Cavaliers improved their overall record to 15-12-1 and are 7-5 in district play.  Hank Hudson gave the Cavs 6 solid innings on the mound.  He earned the victory throwing 77 pitches and giving up 4 runs on 6 hits.  He walked 1 batter while striking out 6.  Logan Murray earned the save by facing 5 batters in the 7th inning and striking out the side.   

The Cavaliers got things going in the top of the 3rd inning by scoring 4 runs, and never gave up the lead.  As a team the Cavs were 11 for 32 (.344 ave) and 5 of the hits were for extra bases.  Willis would use 2 different pitchers in the game giving up 10 earned runs. The Wildcats walked 5 batters and struck out 11.

  • 1B: Malik (2), Bermudez (2), Hudson, Nolen
  • 2B: Hudson, Nolen, Rook, Gorling
  • 3B: Rook

RBI: Nolen (4), Bermudez (2), Gorling (2), Hudson, Malik

Stolen Bases 2/2: Nolen, Bermudez

Friday CP will return to action when they face The Conroe Tigers at home.  This will be the rubber match in the 2021 series with Conroe winning game one (1-0) and CP winning game two (10-7).  Neither team has protected their home field.  

Varsity Remaining District Games: 

  • CP: Conroe, @Oak Ridge, @Woodlands
  • GO: Woodlands, @Willis, Oak Ridge
  • OR: Willis, CP, @GO
  • Woodlands: @GO, Conroe, CP


  • JV Team 9-15-1 (3-8-1) @ Conroe Friday
  • Soph Team 16-4-2 (9-2) @ Conroe Friday

The Soph Team still leads District 13-6A with 3 games to play!

  • College Park 9-2, Grand Oaks 7-4, Willis 6-4, Oak Ridge 6-5, Woodlands 5-5, Conroe 0-12
  • Games Cancelled due to weather: Willis (2), Woodlands (2), CP (1), GO (1)


Congratulations Logan!

Logan Murray becomes the 6th player in the 2021 class to play at the next level.  Logan committed to University of Texas at Dallas.

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College Park Baseball Thanks All Their Sponsorships for 2021

Prior to the Grand Oaks Game several sponsors showed up for recognition.  From Left to Right Sponsor Chair Brent Rook.  Representing Zac Attack, Marc Berger and son Zac Berger.  Representing Cruise Planners, JJ Kuykendall.  Representing Surgical Group of The Woodlands, Ryan Maggart.  Representing Spring Creek BBQ, Taylor Radcliffe.  Representing Helton Chiropractic, Glen Helton.  Representing Hearts Matter, Nicole Maggart.  Representing America's ER Michael Nolen.  Please remember to patronize these sponsors with your business.


Cavs Dig Deep and Earn Victory Over Rival 5-4

25 year Military Veteran Octavius and his rescue dog Petey throw out the first pitch on Military Appreciation Night.



There are three things you can do in a baseball game.  You can win, or you can lose, or it can rain.   -Casey Stengel

Last night Cavalier Fans got the win after a 45-minute rain delay.  The delay came with bases loaded and two outs in the top of the 7th inning, with the Cavs hanging on to a one run lead.  After the delay, Carter Gorling took the mound and struck out South Alabama commit Justin Barry-Smith looking on a 3-2 count for the win.  The Cavs walked off the field 1-1 in The Battle of the Woods Series in a game that did not disappoint.  The Cavaliers 14-10-1 (6-4) have won 5 games in a row and find themselves a game out of 1st place in the district race with just 5 games to go. 

The Highlanders started Tx State Commit Dylan Kerbow, and the Cavs would get to him early.  Kerbow would last only 2 innings giving up 4 runs on 4 hits while walking 1 batter and striking out 2.  James Marin (1 run, 2 hits, 0 walks, 4 K’s) came in in relief, and gave the Highlanders 4 solid innings on the mound.  The Cavaliers would take advantage of 4 Highlander errors on the evening.  As a team the Cavs were 6 for 25 AB with a .240 ave. 

  • 1B: Malik, Hudson, Nolen, Gorling, Helton
  • 2B: Helton

RBI: Helton (2), Gorling

Stolen Bases 1 for 2: Nolen

Hank Hudson would get the start, and was stellar on the mound earning the victory on 109 pitches over 5.2 innings.  Hudson gave up 2 runs on 3 hits, while walking 7 and striking out 5 batters.  Andrew Vorst (2 runs, 2 hits, 2 walks, 3 K’s) would come in for relief, and pitched 1 inning prior to the rain delay.  After the delay, Carter Gorling would get the save striking out one batter on 6 pitches.  The Cavs played error free in the field and the Highlanders would strand 10 runners on base.  

All teams will return to action on Friday night this week.  Varsity will face Grand Oaks at home in a key district game.  Grand Oaks has won the series taking game 1 (7-4) and game 2 (8-3).  

  • JV Team 8-13-1 (2-7-1) @ Grand Oaks Friday
  • Soph Team 14-4-2 (8-2) @ Grand Oaks Friday​
  • The Soph Team finds itself at the Top of District 13-6A with 5 games to play!
  • College Park 8-2, Willis 6-3, Grand Oaks 6-4, Woodlands 5-4, Oak Ridge 5-5, Conroe 0-10
  • *Willis & Woodlands had a game cancelled due to weather


CP Tops Oak Ridge With A Team Effort

The Cavaliers 12-10-1 (5-4) moved into 3rd place in the district standings with a victory over the War Eagles last night.  Logan Murray was solid on the mound lasting 6 innings and giving up 2 runs on 6 hits.  He walked only 1 batter and struck out 3.  Andrew Vorst got the save facing only 3 batters in the bottom of the 7th.  He did not give up a hit or walk and struck out 2 batters.

Sr. Logan Murray 

Offensively the Cavaliers kept the pressure on all evening churning out 9 hits in 25 at bats for a team average of.360.  The War Eagles would use 3 different pitchers on the evening, and as a staff they walked 2 batters and struck out 8 Cavaliers.  Carter Gorling led the offense at the plate going 3 for 3 in the game.  

  • 1B: Gorling (2), Blanchard, Bermudez, Cline
  • 2B: Gorling, Hudson, Rook
  • 3B: Nolen

RBI: Bermudez (2), Nolen, Blanchard

Stolen Bases 1/1: Rook

The Cavaliers have won 3 games in a row heading into the Battle of The Woods Series with the Highlanders.  The Highlanders won the 1st game of the series 7-1.  The Cavs will host on Tuesday night at 7 pm.

JV Team 8-11-1 (2-6-1) tied Oak Ridge 6-6, next district game @ Scotland Yard on Monday night.  The Highlanders won game 1 of the series 9-0. 

Soph Team 12-4-2 (6-2) beat Oak Ridge 15-4, They are @ Scotland Yard on Monday night.  The Highlanders won game 1 of the series 11-5. 


Holden Rook Commits to ACU!

Holden Rook becomes the first member of the 2022 Class to commit.  Congratulations on your commitment to Abilene Christian University!


Cavs Overcome 7 Run Deficit to Tigers

It Aint Over Till It's Over   -Yogi Berra

Down 7-0 heading into the top of the 6th inning, it appeared that Conroe was rolling to its 6th consecutive victory over College Park.  Conroe’s starting pitcher Gibson (5.1 inn, 5 hits, 5 runs, 2 BB, 6 K’s) was cruising to victory, when the Cavs mounted their comeback.  H. Malik would lead off reaching base on an error by the Tigers.  The Cavs would then get consecutive hits by Helton, Gorling, and Nolen.  Cal Garcia would earn a walk loading the bases.  With the bases loaded, the Tigers would change pitchers holding on to a 7-2 lead.  Edgar Bermudez lined a double down the 1st base line clearing the bases.  Nolan Koslosky would get a sac rbi cutting the lead to 7-6.  

The scoring would continue in the top of the 7th for the Cavaliers.  H. Malik would lead off with a single.  Hudson would follow with a walk and Helton would tie the game with a double. Carter Gorling would single driving in the game winning run.  Carson Nolen would add an insurance run with a sac fly to right field.  N. Koslosky would add another insurance run getting a fielder’s choice rbi.  In the last two innings College Park would score 10 runs on 8 hits and 3 walks.

  • 1B: Gorling (2), Nolen (2), Malik, Helton, Bermudez
  • 2B: Gorling, Helton, Bermudez

RBI: Bermudez (3), Nolen (2), Koslosky (2), Helton (2), Gorling (1)

Stolen Bases 1/1: Nolen

Carter Gorling would get the start pitching 5 innings, giving up 9 hits, 7 runs, and 7 K’s.  Andrew Vorst earned the victory in relief.  He pitched 2 innings, giving up 2 hits, and 4 K’s.  With the victory the Cavaliers find themselves 4-4 in district heading into another showdown with Oak Ridge on Friday night. The Cavs overcame their largest deficit of the season (7 runs).  Their last victory over Conroe came April 27, 2018 when the Cavs won 13-3.

  • Varsity 11-10-1 (4-4) will face Oak Ridge at home on Friday 7 pm
  • JV 8-11 (2-6) Will face Oak Ridge @ Oak Ridge Friday Night
  • Soph 10-4-2 (5-2) Conroe Result? will face Oak Ridge @ Oak Ridge Friday Night

Cavs Get Victory On Teacher Appreciation Night

Kris Tesh CISD Teacher of The Year Throws Out The First Pich (Scored as a Wild Pitch)

The Cavs improved their district record to 3-4 and are 10-10-1 overall for the season.  With the victory over Willis on Teacher Appreciation Night, the Cavs find themselves in fourth place in District 13-6A with 8 games to go.  Logan Murray threw a complete game pitching 7 innings giving up 1 run, walking 3, and striking out 8 batters.  The Cavs played error free on the evening on 32 total chances.

Offensively the Cavs got things going in the bottom of the second when Carson Nolen led off with a double. Edgar Bermudez followed with a bunt single putting runners at first and third.  A Costly error by the Willis allowed Nolen to score, and Bermudez would advance to third.  Zack Cline would get a sac fly rbi in the inning.  Two runs were all the Cavs would need in the 2-1 victory over Willis.  

  • 1B: Helton, Nolen, Bermudez, Cline
  • 2B: Nolen

RBI: Cline

Team Stolen Bases 1/2: Hudson

Varsity will return to action @ Conroe on Tues Night 7 pm.  The Cavs are 0-1 vs Conroe this season losing the series opener 1-0


Grand Oaks 8, College Park 3

U of H commit Jason Burger threw just 62 pitches over 6 innings and hand cuffed the Cavaliers on Tuesday night.  The senior gave up just 3 hits, walking none, and striking out 6 batters.  The Cavs started Carter Gorling who lasted 2.1 innings giving up 5 hits, 3 runs, walking 1 and hitting 4 batters.  Hank Hudson came in for relief for 2.2 innings, giving up 5 runs on 6 hits.  Conner Judge pitched 1 inning, giving up 0 runs and walking 2 batters.  

Offensively the Cavaliers were 4 for 23 (.174 ave) at the plate.  

  • 1B: Malik, Hudson, Helton
  • HR: Gorling

RBI: Gorling, Nolen

Stolen Bases 1/1: Malik

The Cavaliers will face Willis on Thursday Night 7 pm 


Cavs Drop Game To Highlanders 7-1

The Cavaliers had a tough night a Scotland Yard and lost to the Woodlands 7-1 last Friday.  Baylor commit Brayden Sharp got the start for the Highlanders and went 5.2 innings throwing 101 pitches.  The left hander gave up 3 hits, walked 5, and struck out 11 Cavalier batters.  The Cavaliers tried to answer with three different pitchers over 6 innings.

  • Conner Judge (start): 1 inn, 3 runs, 1 hit, 4 walks, 1 K
  • Logan Murray: 3.2 inn, 4 runs, 5 hits, 2 walks, 1 K
  • Andrew Vorst:  1.1 inn, 0 runs, 1 hit, 2 walks, 2 K

Offensively the Cavs were 4 for 24 (.167 ave) at the plate, managing 7 walks and 14 strike outs.  The Cavs managed 1 RBI with 10 at bats with runners in scoring position.  

  • 1B: Helton, Nolen
  • 2B: Garcia, Blanchard

RBI: Blanchard

Stolen Bases 0/2

The Cavs (2-3) find themselves 2 games out of 1st place heading into the 2 round of district play.  This week they will play at Grand Oaks (4-1) on Tuesday @ 4 pm.  Willis (1-4) will visit The Diamonds at College Park on Thursday @ 7 pm.  

Cavs Even District Record To 2-2 vs War Eagles

Sr. Hank Hudson 

Coming off a disappointing loss to Conroe, The Cavaliers rebounded beating Oak Ridge 3-2 last evening. Hank Hudson lead the way on the mound and at the plate in the game.  Hudson kept the War Eagles off balance pitching a complete game (7 inn, 4 hits, 2 runs, 1 walk, 1 hbp, and 6 K’s).  Oak Ridge’s only threat came in the bottom of the 6th down 3-0.  The War Eagles were on their way to a comeback after scoring 2 runs.  With the bases loaded and only one out, Wells hit a sac fly to Hassan Malik who hosed the tag up runner (Howard) at the plate for an inning ending double play.  The Cavs played error free in the field and hung on for the victory, improving their district record to 2-2.

Haasan Malik sets up to catch a fly ball

Westin Moss, a 2023 graduate and Texas A&M commit got the start for the War Eagles.  After Hank Hudson touched him up for a 2 run homer in the 1st inning, he settled in for a solid start (6 inn, 3 runs, 5 hits, 2 walks, 7 K’s).  Moss is another power pitching right hander with a good curve ball which seems to be a common sighting in district 13-6A.  

As a team the Cavs managed 5 hits with 25 at bats (.200 ave).  Carter Gorling and Edgar Bermudez each earned multiple hits in the game.  

  • 1B: Carter Gorling (2), Edgar Bermudez (2)
  • HR: Hank Hudson

RBI: Hank Hudson (2), Carter Gorling

Stolen Bases 2/2:  Alex Diaz, Holden Rook

The Cavs will face their Rival (2-2) in the Battle of the Woods on Friday Night @ Scotland Yard. 

CP Drops Pitchers Duel To Conroe

“Baseball is 90% mental and the half is physical”  -Yogi Berra

The Conroe Tigers came into The Diamonds at College Park and left with a 1-0 victory.  The victory left the CP Cavaliers still searching for a district home win.  The Tigers scored an unearned run in the 1st and then road the strong arm of right hander A. Berg.  The Conroe pitcher threw 113 pitches over 6.2 innings.  He only allowed 4 hits, struck out 10 CP batters and walked 2.  The Cavaliers stranded 7 runners on base and were 0-10 with runners in scoring position.

  • 1B: Rook, Helton, Garcia
  • 2B: Gorling

Logan Murray was efficient on the mound giving up 3 hits over 5 innings while striking out 8.  Andrew Vorst was solid in relief pitching 2 innings, giving up 1 hit, 1 walk, and striking out 4.  The Cavaliers will go on the road to face Oak Ridge (3-0) and The Woodlands (1-2).

The Cavs are 15-13 all time vs the Oak Ridge.  The teams did not meet last season.  The War Eagles swept the 2019 series 8-5 and 4-0

The Cavs are 15-19 vs the Woodlands.  The teams did not meet last season.  The Highlanders swept the 2019 series 13-0 and 9-0


Long Time Coming

It was March 26, 2019 and 718 days ago when CP Varsity won its last district game defeating Klein 10-3.  Last night the Cavs broke a 10 game district losing streak, and earned the win defeating Willis 8-3.  With the wind blowing out, the stadium played like a softball field and the Cavs found themselves in a 3-0 deficit heading into the top of the 4th.  The Cavs came from behind scoring 2 in the 4th, 3 in the 6th, and 3 in the 7th for the victory. 

Carter Gorling got the start pitching 5.2 inn, giving up 3 runs, 4 hits, walking 2, and striking out 5 batters.  Dylan Brunner (1 inn, 1 run, 1 hit, 3 BB) attempted to close the door, but ran into some trouble in the bottom of the 7th.  With the bases loaded and two outs, Coach Faherty gave the ball to Conner Judge who got a 2 pitch ground out to Hank Hudson seal the game.

For the second time in a row, the Cavs got the opposing teams Ace and still managed 10 hits scoring 8 runs.  As a team they hit .370 (10/27) and had 7 RBI’s.  Hank Hudson, Harrison Helton, and Carter Gorling all had multiple hits.

  • 1B: Hudson (2), Gorling (2), Malik, Helton, Diaz, Nolen, Vorst
  • 2B: Helton
  • RBI: Vorst (2), Malik, Hudson, Nolen, Rook, Diaz
  • Stolen Bases (1/2): Hudson

The Varsity Team 8-7-1 (1-1) is back in action Friday vs Conroe 1:00 @ Home

Cavs Drop District Opener 7-4

The Varsity started its district 2021 campaign against Grand Oaks on Monday Night.  After the skies cleared,  Hank Hudson took the mound and threw 3.1 innings, giving up 3 runs, 4 hits, walking 2, and hitting a batter.  The Cavaliers would use 3 more pitchers over the next 3.2 innings in a 7-4 loss in the district opener.  Andrew Vorst (1.2 inn, 4 R, 1 hit, 4 BB, 3 K), Logan Murray (1 inn, 0 hits, 1 BB, 3 K), and Conner Judge (1 inn, 0 R, 1 hit, 1 BB, 2 K) came in in relief.  

The Cavs outhit the Grizzlies 10-6 in the loss.  The team hit .300 on the evening, earning 2 walks, striking out 6 times, and all 4 runs were earned.  The Cavs stranded 8 runners on base.  The offensive production should have been enough to solidify a win, but 3 untimely errors and walks cost the Cavs a victory.   

Sr. Alex Diaz was the offensive standout: (4 PA, 4 AB, 2 Hits, 0 K, 3 QAB) 

  • 1B: Helton (2), Garcia (2), Hudson, Nolen, Rook
  • 2B: Diaz, Rook
  • 3B: Diaz

RBI: Malik, Garcia, Hudson, Helton

Stolen Bases: 0/2

The Cavs are back in action tomorrow at Willis

Both Sub Varsity Teams Lost: 



Brenham Tournament Recap

What a difference a year makes.  Heading into district play the CP Varsity is 7-6-1 and is still playing baseball!  This team seems to be heading in the right direction and competing against good competition.  Prior team records in tournament play: 

  • 2020: 6-5 (Covid cancelled 3 games)
  • 2019: 2-7 (missed playoffs)
  • 2018: 5-10 (made playoffs)

The Brehnam Tournament is hosted in one of the best venues for high school baseball in the state.  This year didn’t disappoint with a playoff atmosphere on Thursday night.  The Cubs started a TCU commit that made it tough on the Cavs throwing a complete game, giving up 4 hits, and striking out 9 for the win 12-2.  Earlier in the day the Cavs beat a good Lamar team 8-5 at Fireman’s Park.  The following day the Cavs moved to Holt Park where they lost to Bridgeland 6-10 and had a bounce back win vs St. Thomas Catholic 10-6.

Facing good pitching the CP Offense got back on track.  Over the four games in the tournament the Cavs scored 26 runs on 25 hits, and hit .294.  Offensive Leaders in Batting Ave for the Tournament were: (5 PA Minimum).      

  • Nolan Koslosky: .750 (PA 5, AB 4, H 3)          
  • Harrison Helton:  .444 (PA 13, AB 9, H 4)
  • Cal Garcia:  .400 (PA 6, AB 5, H 2)
  • Edgar Bermudez .400 (PA 9, AB 5, 2)
  • Carter Gorling: .375 (PA 12, AB 8, H 3)
  • 1B: Hudson (3), Helton (3), Koslosky (3), Garcia (2), Nolen (2), Bermudez (2), Malik (2), Gorling, Porter
  • 2B: Helton, Gorling, Diaz
  • 3B: None
  • HR: Gorling, Porter, Blanchard    Sr. Carter Gorling Hits A Bomb at Fireman's Park             

RBI (22): Helton (4), Nolen (3), Gorling (3), Bermudez (3), Diaz (2), Blanchard, Garcia, Brunner, Malik, Hudson, Koslosky, Porter, 

Stolen Bases:  Team 8/9   Bermudez (2), Rook (2), Cline (2), Nolen, Hudson

Soph Dylan Brunner Pitches vs St. Thomas

On the mound CP threw 10 different pitchers over the tournament.  As a team the pitching staff gave up 27 Hits, 33 Runs, 20 ER, 16 Walks, 3 HBP, and 14 SO over 4 games (20 innings).  ERA 7.0 & WHIP 2.15


  • Logan Murray vs Brenham:  2.2 IP, 8 Runs, 3H, 4 BB, 2 K, 1 HBP, WHIP 2.63
  • Carter Gorling vs Lamar:  4 IP, 2 Runs, 4 H, 0 BB, 1 HBP, 1 K, WHIP 1.0
  • Conner Judge vs Bridgeland: 3 IP, 9 Runs, 6 H, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 2 K, WHIP 3.0
  • Dylan Brunner vs St. Thomas: 3 IP, 1 Run, 2 H, 3 BB, 0 HBP, 2 K, WHIP 1.67

Andrew Vorst was again stellar in relief vs Lamar: 1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 2 K, WHIP 0.0


  • Garcia: 10 Inn, 2 PB, SB 2/3, 1 caught stealing
  • Blanchard: 10 Inn, 2 PB, SB 7/8, 1 caught stealing


The District Season starts this week with 3 games on slate: 

  • Grand Oaks Mon: This will be the 1st Varsity District Game vs Grand Oaks in program history
  • @ Willis Wed:  This will be the 1st Varsity District Game vs Willis in program history 
  • Conroe Friday:  The Cavs are 19-8 vs Conroe in District Play.  Conroe swept the series last year 5-3, 4-0 and has won 4 in a row.   

Sub Varsity:

The JV Team enters District Play: 6-5

The Soph Team enters District Play: 5-2-2



Ferrell Classic Recap

The Cavalier Varsity (5-4-1) stepped up in competition in the Ferrell Classic this past weekend going 2-3 overall.  The Cavs dropped games to Klein Collins 2-4, Memorial 0-4, and Cypress Christian 3-9.  They were able to win back-to-back games against Klein 1-0 and Klein Oak 4-3.  A lack of hitting and 10 costly errors seemed to plague the Cavs in this tournament.  

As a team the Cavs batting average for the tournament was .143.  They only had 15 hits and left 22 runners on base over 5 games.  Offensive leaders in Batting Ave for the Tournament were: (5 PA Minimum)    

  • Nolan Koslosky: .400 (5 PA, 5 AB, 2 Hits)
  • Holden Rook:  .250 (10 PA, 8 AB, 2 Hits)
  • Hank Hudson:  .222 (14 PA, 9 AB, 2 Hits)
  • 1B: Koslosky (2), Helton (2), Rook (2), Nolen (2), Hudson, Diaz, Vorst, Gorling, Brunner
  • 2B: Blanchard, Hudson
  • 3B: None
  • HR: None

RBI: Hudson (2), Vorst (1), Garcia (1)                                                                   Sr. Alex Diaz executes a bunt

Stolen Bases:  Team 9/11   Helton (2), Rook (2), Vorst, Brunner, Hudson, Koslosky, Cline

On a good note, the Cavs continue to get good pitching performances from their starters.  As a staff they gave up 31 hits, 20 runs, 25 BB, 7 HBP, and 34 K’s over 5 games.  Team ERA was 1.75 and WHIP 1.75 for this tournament.  Logan Murry, Hank Hudson, and Andrew Vorst were work horses in this tournament, each pitching 5 total innings.  

 Sophomore Conner Judge Pitches vs Cypress Christian

  • Logan Murry vs Memorial: (5 Inn, 5 Hits, 4 Runs, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 7 K, WHIP 1.4)
  • Conner Judge vs Cypress Christian: (4 Inn, 6 Hits, 3 Runs, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 4 K, WHIP 2.0)
  • Dylan Brunner vs Klein: (3.2 Inn, 2 Hits, 0 Runs, 5 BB, 2 K, WHIP 1.9)
  • Hank Hudson vs Klein Oak (4.0 Inn, 4 Hits, 2 Runs, 2 BB, 3K, 1 HBP, WHIP 2.4)
  • Carter Gorling vs Klein Collins: (2.1 Inn, 0 Hits, 0 Runs, 4 BB, 1HBP, WHIP 1.7)

Lock Down Relievers:

  • Holden Rook with the Save vs Klein: (3.1 Inn, 2 Hits, 0 Runs, 2 BB, 2 K, WHIP 1.2)
  • Hank Hudson vs Klein Collins: (1 Inn, 0 Hits, 0 Runs, 0 BB, 3 K, WHIP 0.0)
  • Vorst vs Cypress Christian: (2 Inn, 0 Hits, 0 Runs, 2 BB, 3 K, WHIP 1.0)

Catching Standout:

Cal Garcia: 21 Innings, 1 Passed Ball, Caught Stealing 2/5 

Next Week the Cavs will be back in action at The Brenham Tournament where they will face Lamar, Brenham, Bridgeland, and St Thomas.  

JV Team will play in the Woodlands Tournament

Sophomore Team will host a Tournament at home

Spring ISD Tournament Recap

The CP Varsity Team went 3-1-1 in the Spring Branch ISD Tournament over the past weekend.  The program earned victories over Klein Collins, Goose Creek Memorial, and Terry.  CP blew a 4 Run lead in the last inning to tie George Ranch.  Saturday did not go CP’s way, as they suffered the only loss of the tournament to a ranked Bridgeland Team.  

Offensively CP started out with a bang, scoring 41 runs in 4 games and the team hitting .364 for the tournament.  Offensive Leaders in Batting Ave for the Tournament were: (8 PA Minimum)

  • Cal Garcia: .500 (PA 8, AB 6, H 3)
  • Alex Diaz:  .429 (PA 10, AB 7, H 3)
  • Carson Nolen:  .429 (PA 14, AB 14, H 6)
  • Carter Gorling: .364 (PA 16, AB 11, H 4)
  •                                                                                                           Hank Hudson rounds 3rd for a CP run
  • 1B: Nolen (5), Vorst (3), Gorling (3), Malik (3), Hudson (3), Sisk (3), Diaz (2), Garcia (2), Brunner, Bermudez, Helton, Rook
  • 2B: Helton (2), Garcia, Gorling, Bermudez, Koslosky, Cline 
  • 3B: Diaz 
  • HR: Cline, Helton, Nolen

RBI: Nolen (7), Gorling (6), Helton (6), Diaz (3), Garcia (3), Cline (3), Vorst (2), Hudson (2), Sisk (2), Koslosky (2), Malik, Rook

Stolen Bases:  Team 11/13   Nolen (3), Hudson (2), Diaz, Malik, Helton, Rook, Sisk, Koslosky


Carter Gorling on the mound                                                       

On the mound CP got solid performances from their seniors and a talented sophomore who threw 4 innings of no-hit baseball.  As a team the pitching staff gave up 17 Hits, 22 Runs, 10 ER, 20 Walks, 5 HBP, and 32 SO over 5 games.  ERA 2.9 & WHIP 1.54

  • Conner Judge vs Terry: 4 IP, 0 H, 1 BB, 6 K, WHIP .500
  • Hank Hudson vs George Ranch:  3.2 IP, 1 H, 4 BB, 4 K, WHIP 1.36
  • Logan Murray vs Klein Collins:  3 IP, 4H, 0 BB, 4 K, 3 HBP, WHIP 1.33
  • Carter Gorling vs Goose Creek:  2 IP, 1 H, 0 BB, 2 K, WHIP .500

Andrew Vorst was solid in relief appearing in 2 games: 4 IP, 2 H, 4 BB, 7 K, WHIP 1.5

Your Varsity Cavs will be back in action this week as they will host The Ferrell Classic.  

Sub Varsity Results:  JV Team: 4-0 @ New Caney Tournament

                                  Sophomore Team:  1-1-1 @ Klein ISD Tournament




Annual Mother & Son Dinner

The Sr. Class showed their appreciation at the Annual Mother & Son Dinner at Pallotta's Italian Grill.  Shout out to all the baseball moms who drove us to practice, volunteered to be team mom, and support us in the stands.


Concession Stand Sign Up

Please sign up HERE for your concession stand duty.  Everyone needs to sign up for 2 shifts.  It's easier on everyone if we can get this task completed ASAP.

2021 Sr. Class

“You always get a special kick on Opening Day, no matter how many you go through. You look forward to it like a birthday party when you're a kid. You think something wonderful is going to happen.” — Joe DiMaggio

From Left to Right: Mgr Mike Lucario, John Montenegro, Alex Diaz, Cal Garcia, Carson Nolen, Ty Porter, Carter Gorling, Logan Murray, Hank Hudson, Johnathan Sisk, Andrew Vorst, Haason Malik

The 2021 Sr. Class has high expectations and looks to make a return trip to the playoffs since 2018.  A lot has happened at College Park since the 2018 Varsity Team went four rounds deep in the playoffs.  That team was 21-19-1 overall, 7-7 in district, and lost to Round Rock in round 4 of the state playoffs.  The following year was tough when varsity went 5-22 and 2-14 in district play.  It was only the 2nd time in CP history they did not make playoffs.  That season ended with Head Coach Jason Washburn leaving for Sam Houston State, and Mike Faherty came over from Memorial HS as the new head coach.  

In his first year at the helm, Coach Faherty inherited a young varsity team that only had two senior starters.  Faherty quickly let his expectations known to his players with his upbeat and fiery attitude.  The 2020 Varsity Team seemed to be buying in to the culture change last season when it was cut short by COVID.  After beating Morton Ranch at the Brenham Tournament, the 2020 season was cancelled.  When the lights were turned out, the Varsity Team found themselves 5-8 overall and 0-2 in district in an important program building season.

With 2020 behind us the future is bright for College Park Baseball.  The senior class is filled with under rated scrapy baseball players who are looking to get CP Baseball back on track.  There are also numerous under classman who will contribute to this Varsity Team.  As we head into this season, let’s keep “Watering The Bamboo” and watch it grow.

Signing Day 2020

Congratulations to our 2021 Class who signed to play in college!

From Left to Right:  Assistant Coach Brett Washburn, Andrew Vorst (UT Dallas), Carson Nolen (ETBU), Alex Diaz (Chipola JC), Head Coach Mike Faherty

Season Results

2021 Varsity Results (2nd Place):  19-14-1 (10-5)
State Playoffs:
Round 1: TWCP def Spring Westfield 10-2
Round 2: Bridgeland def TWCP 5-1, 6-1
JV Team Results:  10-15-1 (4-8)
Soph Team Results: District Champs 16-5-2 (9-3)
2020 Varsity Results (COVID SEASON CANCELLED):  5-8 (0-2)
JV Team Results:  9-4 (2-0)
Soph Team Results:   8-2 (2-0)
2019  Varsity Results (9th Place):  5-22  (2-14)
JV Team Results:  District Champs 14-7  (12-4)  
Soph Team Results:  7-12-1  (6-8)
2018 Varsity Results (4th Place): 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)
2017 Varsity Results (3rd Place): 10-16-1  (9-6)
State Playoffs:  Round 1 Rockwall Heath def TWCP 11-1
JV Team Results:  5-16-3  (2-14-1)
Soph Team Results:  9-11-3  (7-5-2)
2016 Varsity Results (5th Place):  11-16  (7-7)
JV Team Results:  10-11-1  (4-6-1)
Soph Team Results:  2-17  (1-11)

The Woodlands College Park Baseball Est. 2005-06

District Championships
2009, 2010
Playoff Appearences (Bi-District)
2021, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007
Area Appearences: 2021, 2018, 2015, 2009
Regional Quarterfinals: 2018, 2015, 2009
Regional Semifinals:  2018, 2009
Regional Finals: 2009
State (Final Four): None


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