Easton Graduate Corey Webb in the News
June 16, 2017

Former Easton High School graduate, Corey Webb (West Chester) hit a three run double in the bottom of the 6th to give the Allentown Railers a 6-5 lead and Jared Melone (West Chester) doubled in Webb with the seventh run.

Tyler Guidos (Mansfied) closed out for the save.

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell), Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Dino Cattai (Chesnut Hill) each had two hits for the Quakertown Blazers.

The Railers top the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League with a 6-1 record while the Blazers fall to 4-6.

Varsity E Summer Baseball Camps
June 9, 2017

The Easton High School Baseball team and Staff will be holding our annual baseball camp the week of June 19-22 from 9am to 2pm. Come on out and join in some fun and instruction with friends. Campers from all schools are welcome between the grade levels of 4-10. Students going into grade 4 this coming school year are eligible. Varying age level groups will be separated to make the experience the best for all levels. Registrations can be done ahead of time through the form below or on the day of camp.

Baseball specific camps for pitchers and catchers and also hitters will be held the week after.

June 26-27 from 9-11am Pitchers and Catchers will be given direct instruction and feedback in this two day morning camp. Hitters likewise will have a chance to have their swing examined and learn the most important parts of the swing on June 28-29 form 9-11am. The camps will all take place on the Varsity baseball field at EAHS. Registrations will be accepted the day of any new camp. All questions can be answered by contacting Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org or by contacting the Athletic Office at EAHS at 610-250-2575.

Thank you - hope to see you there!

Click here to download the 2017 Camp Flyer.

Easton Falls to Stroudsburg in District XI Playoffs
May 23, 2017

By Mike Kuhns | poconorecord.com

STROUDSBURG – Stroudsburg has squandered its fair share of leads late in games this year.

The Mounties weren't about to let a victory slip through their fingers in the District 11 Class 6A playoffs.

After watching Easton tie the game at 2 in the sixth, Kyle Albert drove in the winning run in the bottom half of the inning on a deep sacrifice fly to lead the No. 8 Mounties to a 3-2 victory over the No. 9 Red Rovers on Monday at Stroudsburg High School.

The victory salvaged a sensational start by left-hander Nate Kitchell (3 hits, 9Ks, 3 walks), and reliever AJ Denny worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh by getting a fly ball to center to end the game.

The opening-round victory advances Stroudsburg (15-7) into a meeting on Wednesday with top-seeded Parkland, this year's Eastern Pennsylvania Conference champion.

Albert has been a key hitter for the Mounties all year. His deep fly ball plated Chad Dorst for the winning run against the Rovers. "Coach told me to get a pitch in the middle of the zone and drive it deep, score the run," Albert said. "The first two pitches, they were down and it was a 2-0 count and I was looking for a fastball and I hit it."

Denny, who relieved Kitchell in the sixth, didn't make it easy on himself in the seventh. After getting the first two outs in order, the lefty gave up two infield hits sandwiched around a walk to load the bases. But he got Eddie Olsen to lift a fly ball to center to end the game.

It ended a game in which Stroudsburg left runners on base in every inning – 11 in total. Luckily for the Mounties, Kitchell was on his game. The lefty had eight strikeouts through four innings.

"With the conditions I think I threw great," Kitchell said. "Balls were wet. Everything was all damp."

Stroudsburg coach Phil Stokes said the senior left-hander was, "on fire."

"He's such an electric kid on the mound and he was able to figure it out," Stokes said.

Working with a 2-0 lead – Kitchell drove in a run on a single and Stroudsburg scored a second on an error in the first inning – Easton got a run back in the second inning. Kitchell walked Olsen to start the second and then allowed a double off the bat of Cam Hubbard, making it 2-1.

Kitchell sat Easton down in order in the third, and after a one-out walk in the fourth, got the next two batters on strikeouts for his seventh and eighth of the game.

"I've really enjoyed him," Stokes said of Kitchell's impact. "Our senior group has been good. We've got 10 of them and I couldn't be more proud of the way they've handled every situation of the season."

Easton tied the game in the sixth on an RBI single, but Denny got a strikeout to end the inning.

Dorst led off the bottom of the sixth with a walk, and after Ben Stokes' bunt single and Emmett McCauley walked the bases full, Albert lifted a deep fly to right field for the winning run.

"We've had a couple of close games," Albert said. "We've had a variety of walk-offs. It always seems we're in it right to the end, so I think that's a great quality to the team."

Stroudsburg will travel on Wednesday to play Parkland at 4:30 in the quarterfinal.

"We're looking for some revenge, so we're excited about that," Albert said.

Rovers Blank Phillipsburg
May 18, 2017

By Greg Joyce | lehighvalleylive.com

Scott Poulson and Eddie Olsen combined to throw seven shutout innings as the Easton baseball team blanked Phillipsburg 4-0 Thursday night at Hackett Park.

Poulson went the first five, allowing just four hits and one walk, while Olsen closed the door with four strikeouts over the final two frames.

Cam Hubbard drove in a pair of runs for the Red Rovers (13-7) while Zach Spray added a double and drove in the first run of the night in the first inning.

Tom Mandry and Garrett DuPont each collected a pair of hits for the Stateliners (11-10). Tyler Diefenbach pitched five and two-thirds innings in the loss, allowing three hits, two walks, four runs (only one earned) while striking out eight.

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