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  • Pine Creek's Peter McEvoy headed to play baseball at Stanford

    This time next year, Pine Creek senior Peter McEvoy is expecting to be buried in a rigorous college education. He's planning on majoring in physics while also studying pre-med. At Stanford. Oh, and he's going to squeeze in some baseball, too. On Wednesday, McEvoy will sign a national letter of intent to play baseball at Stanford, a school...

  • Blog: Falcon baseball coach opts for college gig

    Don Thompson, who coached Falcon's baseball team the past two seasons, recently accepted the position of assistant baseball and junior varsity coach at Ecclesia College in Springdale, Ark. Thompson, whose Falcons had a 21-18 record, reached the 4A district tournament in 2013. "I'm looking forward to the idea of recruiting and going out and...

  • Falcon can't escape mistakes in sloppy conditions at Palmer baseball tournament

    By the time Falcon finally took the field Saturday at the Pikes Peak Palmer Baseball Tournament, summer-like conditions had yielded to cool and dreary, with nagging showers making most every play an adventure. Then the Falcons seemed to succumb to the elements, opening the floodgates with a sloppy fourth inning in an 8-5 loss to Garden City...

  • Baseball: Air Academy's Singleton tosses gem in tournament

    Mark Singleton didn't throw a pitch for Air Academy during the high school varsity spring season. On Friday, Singleton made a pitch to be a key component for the 2015 rotation. Singleton threw a complete game and Air Academy drove in three runs on sacrifice flies in a 12-5 win over Palmer Ridge at Spurgeon Field in the first game of the day...

  • Baseball: Palmer opens tourney with sweeping success

    Palmer has been building a reputation with its annual baseball tournament. The Terrors players have seen their reputation start to build too. Palmer held off Cherry Creek 5-4 on Thursday behind a solid pitching performance from Joe Simon, timely hitting and a pair of would-be base stealers gunned down by catcher Jacob Briggs. The victory...

  • Bernie Moncallo sees vast potential in opportunity with Vista Ridge baseball

    In four seasons at Air Academy, Bernie Moncallo won more than 70 percent of his games, led the Kadets to the 4A state championship baseball game in 2012 and into the postseason every year. When his contract wasn't renewed after this past season, the former Cheyenne Mountain and minor league baseball coach didn't last long on the free-agent...

  • The Gazette Baseball Peak Performer of the Year: Paul Tillotson, Lewis-Palmer

    Paul Tillotson is one of the most well-rounded baseball players in the Pikes Peak region, and he's fun to watch both on the mound and in the batter's box - unless you're in the opposing dugout. The Lewis-Palmer sophomore had a breakout season in a big way, leading the Rangers to the Class 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference title and an...

  • The Gazette Baseball Coach of the Year: Tom McCabe, Lewis-Palmer

    Tom McCabe isn't just looking to win baseball games at Lewis-Palmer, he's looking to create and sustain a successful program. He's off to a pretty good start. In his third year as the coach of the Rangers, McCabe led the team to a 17-4 record, including going 14-0 in Pikes Peak Athletic Conference play. Lewis-Palmer fell one game short of the...

  • The Gazette's all-area baseball team

    The Gazette's all-area baseball team.

  • Blog exclusive: Doherty baseball, girls' soccer coaches step down

    Just a few weeks removed from the end of the spring season, Doherty announced head coaching openings for baseball, girls’ soccer, and girls’  swimming and diving. After five seasons as the head of the baseball program, Chris Solarek stepped down.

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