Baseball Kickoff Meeting
January 10, 2019 at 4:30pm
Missions Baseball Academy
The New Year has arrived and that means Patriots Baseball season is kicking off! Our Parent Orientation Meeting will be held January 10, 2019 at Missions Baseball Academy, 4:30pm. This meeting is mandatory for all those wanting to be a part of the FEAST baseball program, returning players included.
Please mark your calendars for the following events:
January 14, 2019 First day of Winter Workouts 3:30-5:30pm at MBA
January 24, 2019 High School Tryouts, 3:30-5:30pm
January 28, 2019 First Day of Practice 3:30-5:30pm
Be sure to check the website for updated baseball information.
We know that we will have an amazing 2019 Season under the capable coaching of our volunteer staff and the blessing of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Please come join us!
The 2018 FEAST baseball season has wound down, and the Patriots did not leave their fans wanting!
FEAST Middle School ended the season on a high note, winning the ISAL tournament, defeating Shepherd of the Hills 8-2! Eighth-grader, Jadon Rendon, took the hill pitching a complete game, holding the Rams to two runs. Angel Espinoza hit a triple down the right field line, driving in two runs for the Patriots. The team, along with coaches, Ross Gonzalez, Brian Harris and Gabe (Gatroade) Cruz was rewarded for their solid efforts and teamwork with the ISAL championship title!
FEAST Varsity’s home fields at Mission’s Baseball Academy hosted the second annual Texas Homeschool State Tournament, with 16 teams participating. The Patriots advanced past the defending champion, Austin ISBL Waves, taking them to the semi-final game. However, they fell short against their longtime rivals, the Wolverines, losing 9-1.
To wrap up their season, the Varsity Patriots traveled to Georgetown, TX for a doubleheader facing the talented Austin Royals. Freshman, Thomas Yost pitched a fantastic complete game shutout against the Austin Royals JV team with a final score of 10-0, every starter collecting at least one base hit. Feast lost to the Austin Royals Varsity 7-2; providing a bright spot was Junior, Caleb (Sha-Boom-Boom) Krauchunas hitting the Green Moster twice in one game!
As always, we are grateful for the Lord’s provision of health, fun, and good sportsmanship through the FEAST baseball program. We are indebted to our faithful volunteer commissioner, Suzan Rutherford and coaches Ross Gonzalez, Brian Harris, Gabe Cruz, Skip Bradley, David Anderson and Al Grumbles who pour their time, effort and love into these young men.
*NOTE: You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.