The Brazos Valley Bombers ended a three-game losing streak with a 9-2 romp over the Texarkana Twins in Texas Collegiate League action Saturday night at Travis Field.
Franklin senior catcher Luke Ely will play for the South in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Class 4A-2A all-state baseball game Saturday at Round Rock’s Dell Davis.
College Station senior outfielder Bryson Lucas and Brenham junior second baseman Garrison Weiss were selected to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Class 5A All-State first team Wednesday.
College Station’s baseball camp will hold two sessions on Monday through June 20. Session I is for incoming grades three through six from 8-10 a.m., and Session II is for incoming grades seven through nine from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is available at www.cougarway.com. For more inform…
The Brazos Valley Bombers have been too busy winning to think about how many games they’ve won.
Cross words were exchanged. The benches cleared. Officials had to step in between the clubs to separate them. The hitter has reportedly received death threats in the days since.
Former Centerville catcher Jordan Cannon was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 10th round with the 288th overall pick of Major League Baseball’s draft Tuesday.
BATON ROUGE, La. — The Brazos Valley Bombers improved to 4-0 to start the season with a 9-2 win over the Baton Rouge Rougarou in Texas Collegiate League action Monday night.
BATON ROUGE, La. — The Brazos Valley Bombers held on to beat the Baton Rouge Rougarou 8-7 in eight innings Sunday night in Texas Collegiate League action. The Bombers now are 3-0 on the season.
Franklin catcher Luke Ely was named to the Class 2A-4A South All-Star team for the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association’s 46th annual All-Star game at 10 a.m. June 15 at Dell Diamond in Round Rock. The Class 5-6A game is set for 1 p.m.
Brenham, which had its string of 35 straight baseball playoff trips snapped this year, is looking for a new coach.
The Brazos Valley Bombers announced the addition of San Antonio-area pitchers Zach DeLeon and Tyler Flores to their 2019 roster Friday.
The Brazos Valley Bombers have added pitcher Cole Sichley, a right-hander from the University of Pennsylvania, and outfielder Bryant Shellenbarger who played for Lincoln Trail Junior College in Illinois. Sichley, who played at The Woodlands, took a redshirt this season because of an injury. …
WACO — Clifton could have easily gone into a deep funk after watching Franklin send Thursday night’s playoff game into extra innings with a four-run seventh inning.
BEAUMONT — Helped by a strong pitching performance, Blinn College beat Laredo College 8-1 in the NJCAA Region XIV baseball tournament Monday at Vincent-Beck Stadium.
BEAUMONT — The Blinn baseball team lost to Angelina College 12-9 in their NJCAA Region XIV tournament opener Sunday at Vincent-Beck Stadium.
GEORGETOWN — Georgetown made the most of every hit, while College Station kept searching for the one hit to ignite a big inning. The combination resulted in a 7-0 victory for the top-ranked Eagles on Saturday, propelling them to an area baseball series sweep over the Cougars.
A strong five innings by Grant Wood helped the top-ranked Georgetown Eagles to a 4-1 victory over the College Station Cougars in the opener of a Class 5A best-of-3 area baseball playoff series at Bombers Field on Thursday afternoon.
For much of College Station’s short history, its baseball and softball teams’ practices have extended long into May.
Eagle Staff Report
Here are the Texas high school baseball rankings for the week of May 6 as compiled by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association.
The College Station baseball team (26-10) will play top-ranked Georgetown (32-2) in a Class 5A best-of-3 regional quarterfinal series.
College Station didn’t have many hits against Kingwood Park in the third game of a Class 5A bi-district playoff series, but it got the hits it needed to keep its season alive.
KATY — The A&M Consolidated baseball team was one base hit away from forcing a Game 3 in its Class 5A bi-district series against Porter.
HUMBLE — The College Station baseball team’s season will last at least one more day.
WEST COLUMBIA — In a game that started at noon Friday in Conroe and finished at 8:30 p.m. in West Columbia, the Iola baseball team beat Deweyville 11-3 to sweep the Class 2A bi-district series 2-0.
KATY – The A&M Consolidated Tigers have their backs against the wall in their Class 5A bi-district series against Porter.
PORTER — The weather saved the A&M Consolidated baseball team from a potential 0-1 hole in its Class 5A bi-district playoff series against Porter — at least for a few hours.
TOMBALL— Iola pitchers Kaiden Halley and Cody Ozbolt combined on a three-hitter as the Bulldog baseball team opened its best-of-3 Class 2A bi-district series against the Deweyville Pirates with an 8-2 victory Thursday at Tomball Memorial.
MADISONVILLE — While the College Station baseball team had its moments, the ball didn’t bounce its way enough against Kingwood Park in the first game of a Class 5A bi-district playoff series on Wednesday night at Mustang Field.
When A&M Consolidated baseball fans took their seats at games this season, it’s likely at some point they played a game of Where’s Waldo?
When College Station senior center fielder and pitcher Bryson Lucas committed to TCU as a freshman, he was one of two players in his class of Horned Frog recruits. That number ballooned to 20 by the time he signed, leaving Lucas a difficult decision to make.
The A&M Consolidated baseball team will play a best-of-3 Class 5A bi-district playoff series against Porter beginning Thursday.
The College Station baseball team will play Kingwood Park in a Class 5A best-of-3 bi-district series.
Magnolia’s Brady Loving just beat the UIL’s 110-pitch limit, striking out Rudder’s Jaice Garcia on his 108th pitch Friday to clinch the Bulldogs’ spot in the UIL baseball playoffs.
CYPRESS — The Bryan baseball team lost to Cypress Woods 10-0 in District 14-6A play in the Vikings’ season finale Friday.
The A&M Consolidated JV baseball team beat Katy Paetow 12-2 and 9-4 on Thursday.
The Brenham baseball team still has a chance of making the playoffs for a 36th straight year.
It may have been Senior Night, but it was a sophomore who delivered the big hit for the College Station baseball team Tuesday at Cougar Field.
A&M Consolidated’s Jack Hamilton made a bad read, but he pulled off a nifty trick to keep the Tigers in the hunt for the second seed in the District 19-5A baseball race.
The best part of Tuesday’s game for the Bryan baseball team came before the first pitch as nine seniors were honored on Viking Field.
A trio of local high school baseball teams will play their final home game of the regular season Tuesday. In 19-5A, second-place College Station (21-9, 8-4) will welcome league-leading Magnolia West (22-3, 12-0), and third-place A&M Consolidated (13-11-1) will play Katy Paetow (5-14, 0-1…
BRENHAM — A four-run second inning carried the Blinn baseball team to a 9-6 victory over Temple College in nonconference play Monday at Leroy Dreyer Field.
CYPRESS — Cypress Ranch’s JJ Gross, a Texas A&M pledge, threw a five-inning no-hitter in an 11-0 victory over Bryan on Friday in District 14-6A play. The senior right-hander Goss struck out nine and walked two No. 2 Cy-Ranch (25-2-1, 14-0), which won its 20th straight. Tyler Cain pitched…
A new year always brings plenty of excitement, and that was compounded this year for the A&M Consolidated baseball team. Consol got to play in a new facility after significant safety and design upgrades were made to Tiger Field in the offseason.
Justin Faltysek’s Magnolia West baseball team secured an outright District 19-5A championship on Tuesday, the first in program history. Getting a win two days later on the field where he played high school ball was pretty special, too.
College Station senior Cole Marler made the switch from catcher to full-time designated hitter this season, and it’s given him time to focus on his hitting.
The A&M Consolidated sophomore baseball team lost to Magnolia West 10-1 and 11-5 earlier this week.
Following last week’s loss to A&M Consolidated, College Station baseball coach Scott Holder wanted to see rapid improvement from his team down the stretch.