EAGLES FRESHMEN BASEBALL
EAGLES LOSE TWICE, ELIMINATED FROM FRESHMEN PLAYOFFS
The Eagles Freshmen team was eliminated from the playoffs losing to Triple Play, 10-0, and to Mater Academy, 5-0. Jorge Rivero had two hits in the first game and George Alexander had two hits in the second contest. The Eagles complete the freshmen season with a record of 8-6.
FRESHMEN SWEEP JACKSON, PLAYOFFS NEXT
Luis Fuentes drew a walk-off walk to force in Justin Estevez with the winning run as the Eagles defeated Jackson, 10-9 in the first game of a doubleheader. Fuentes, who had doubled twice, Yankiel Gonzalez and Jorge Rivero all had two hits in the contest. In the second game, the Eagles scored four runs in the top of the final inning to complete the sweep, 6-4. Ezra Zavala pitched three strong innings but Michael Cabado picked up the win and Ethan Cuadrado recorded the save. J.J. Cominsky had a triple, single and walk in the doubleheader for the Eagles (8-4), who begin post-season play Sunday with two games at Killian. The 9am opponent will be Triple Play and the 11:15 opposition is Mater Academy.
FRESHMEN SPLIT WITH SOUTH DADE
Luis Fuentes had four hits in the doubleheader and Kailob Santos had three to lead the Eagles in a doubleheader split with South Dade. The Buccaneers won the first game, 10-3, and the second game was tied 7-7 after six innings when South Dade ran out of pitching and chose to forfeit. By rule, the second game is recorded as a 7-0 victory for the Eagles. Alfredo Armeda made a diving catch in right field to end a South Dade rally in the final inning.
FRESHMEN SPLIT WITH WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN
Gabriel Sjostrom struck out the first seven batters of the game to lead the Eagles to a 7-3 victory over the Westminster Christian freshmen at Andre Dawson Field. Andre Romero had two infield hits and George Alexander had an RBI double to lead the offense. In the second game, the Warriors jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings and held on to defeat the Eagles, 7-4. Ethan Cuadrado had a good game at the plate with a single and a base on balls. The Eagles are 5-3.
FRESHMEN SWEPT BY COLUMBUS
Matthew Fernandezwas 2-for-3 with an RBI, but the Eagles freshmen dropped a 9-2 decision at Columbus. The Explorers had only four hits, but the Eagles (4-1) pitching staff had trouble throwing strikes. The two teams met two nights later at Southwest with Columbus winning 13-3. Luis Fuentes hit the ball hard both times up and Jorge Acevedo had an RBI single.
The Eagles freshmen team ran its record to 4-0 with a doubleheader sweep of Killian's Gold team. Gabriel Sjostrom threw four shutout innings, allowing only one hit while striking out six to lead the Eagles to an 8-4 victory in the opener. Fabian Dennes hit for the cycle to highlight a 16-4 mercy rule win in the second game. Gabriel Escobar hit a 3-run, inside-the-park home run for the Eagles.
FRESHMEN SWEEP KILLIAN TO MOVE TO 4-0
FRESHMEN SWEEP HIALEAH GARDENS ON OPENING WEEKEND
The Eagles freshmen team opened the season with a doubleheader sweep of Hialeah Gardens. The Eagles won the first game, 4-3, on a walk-off double by Evan Padron, his second two-bagger of the game. A seven-run fourth inning lifted the Eagles to a 9-6 victory in the second game. Padron's 3-run double highlighted the big inning.
Front row (L to R) Eric Fernandez, Jake Estevez, J.J. Cominsky, Justin Estevez.
Middle row (L to R) Kristian Arnosa, Christopher Nuñez, Luis Fuentes, Jorge Acevedo, Matthew Fernandez, Evan Padron, Ethan Cuadrado, Michael Cabado.
Back row (L to R) Joshua Gonzalez, Luis Rodriguez, Alfredo Armeda, Jorge Rivero, George Alexander, Andre Romero, Yankiel Gonzalez, Kailob Santos, Kyle Araujo.