2008 Rover News

Intramural workouts resume Friday
December 23, 2008
Intramural Baseball workouts will resume Friday morning Dec. 26 at 9am. Pitchers and Catchers will throw and the weight room will be open for position players.

Diamond Club Meeting
October 6, 2008
A Diamond Club meeting will be held in room D208 on Tuesday - October 14th, 2008 at 7pm. All parents are welcome to attend the meeting to help discuss ideas for the 2009 teams.

Thank you for making the Easton Baseball Golf outing a success
October 5, 2008
The 2008 Easton Baseball Golf outing was held at Riverview Country Club on Saturday October 4th and was a great success. Thank you to the efforts of organizer Scott Austin and the many sponsors and participants who helped make the day a fun day for the Easton Baseball Program. The coaching staff wishes to thank all who attended.

Diamond Club Sponsors Annual Golf Outing
Sponsors and players still needed
September 23, 2008
The Easton Baseball Diamond Club is a booster group that wishes to support the Easton High baseball team. We are looking for corporate sponsorships for our annual golf tournament being held Saturday - Oct. 4, 2008 at 12:30pm at Riverview Golf Club in Forks Township. It will be a 4 man scramble grouping. Monies are used for many field items, equipment, and team trips. Your company sign will be on display at one of the course holes that Saturday. Donation is $100 per hole. Other monetary amounts are accepted. Prize donations from businesses are also needed and much appreciated. Please send checks made payable to: Interested in playing in or sponsoring the 4 man scramble – contact: Mr. Scott Austin 1225 Whitney Ave. Easton, Pa. 18045 Mr. Carm LaDuca 2601 William Penn Hwy. Easton , Pa. 18045 Any questions may be directed to Mr. Carm LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org Your contribution will be greatly appreciated and used to support the 2009 Red Rover baseball team.

4 Rovers participate in All Star Classic
June 2, 2008
Tom Hughes, Jarred Holley, Kevin Heilman, Antonio LaValva, Coach Hess, and Coach LaDuca participated in the American Cancer Classic - Howard Deppe All Star Classic yesterday at Limport where local high schools meet in an all-star game where all the proceeds are donated to cancer research. The team consisting of these players won 8-7 and all Easton players played a significant role in the win.

Easton stranded in quarterfinals
May 22, 2008
By MICHAEL BLOUSEThe Express-Times STROUDSBURG | The saying goes that all good things come to an end sometime. For the Easton Red Rovers and Jarred Holley, the end came Wednesday in the District 11 Class AAAA baseball quarterfinals at Stroudsburg High School. Coach Carm LaDuca's club stranded the bases loaded in the seventh inning -- Holley grounded into a forceout to shortstop -- and the Red Rovers left Stroudsburg with a 3-1 season-ending loss. The Mountain Valley Conference champion Mountaineers scored three times in the third inning. Second-seeded Stroudsburg improved to 18-5 and advances to meet Liberty in Tuesday's semifinals. Liberty knocked off Pleasant Valley 12-0 in five innings Wednesday. Easton managed just three hits against Mounties starter Matt Burger, and Vinny Pignotti relieved for the final out. "This was one of those games where we couldn't find the holes," LaDuca said. "I thought we had some good swings but everything was right at someone. And Pat (Minchin) pitched really well. Things just didn't seem to fall our way." The game also marked the inevitable conclusion of Holley's four-year athletic career at Easton. He was a Lehigh Valley Conference All-Star in football and baseball and will graduate with 11 varsity letters. Holley, who plans to play in next month's Big 33 Football Classic, is headed to the University of Pittsburgh. The senior center fielder had one last chance to prolong the Red Rovers' season -- and his career. Easton, with two outs in the top of the seventh inning, loaded the bases with two walks and a hit batter. That brought up Holley, who was 2-for-3 with a solid single, a booming triple and a lineout to third base. Mountaineers coach Phil Stokes called on Pagnotti, who induced Holley to hit a hard grounder on an 0-1 count. Shortstop Joey Bennie ranged up the middle, stabbed the ball and stepped on second for the final out. "He had a little bit of a different motion," Holley said of Pagnotti, "but like any pitcher, you see the ball and hit it. Anytime you step to the plate, you've got to be confident. It was a fastball over the plate." "Certainly, Jarred's the guy who's come through all year for us," LaDuca said. "We had a good situation." Stroudsburg solved Minchin, a reliever throughout the season, with four hits and three runs in the third inning. Chris Keenan singled and was caught between first and second, but a late throw allowed the No. 9 batter to reach second. Adam Miklovich then doubled home Keenan; Nick Costanza dumped an RBI single into right field; and Dan Fehr capped the rally with a run-scoring single. Burger, a junior right-hander, held the Rovers at bay. He retired the first nine Easton batters of the game. Burger struck out two and walked three. "Matt pitched really well," Stokes said. Easton won its final two games of the season to qualify for districts, then beat Freedom 4-1 in Monday's first round before falling to Stroudsburg. The streaky Red Rovers finished 11-11. Holley was sad to see it all end. "It's tough," he said. "I'll really miss baseball. The coaches were great and I'll never forget the friendships and experiences." EASTON (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Holley cf 4-1-2-0, LaValva 2b 2-0-0-0, Hughes rf 3-0-1-0, Heilman ss 4-0-0-0, Rhinehart 3b 2-0-0-0, Harvey ph 0-0-0-0, Cordero dh 3-0-0-0, Minchin p 0-0-0-0, Oakley 1b 2-0-0-0, Pursell lf 2-0-0-0, Kraus c 2-0-0-0, Penyak ph 0-0-0-0. Totals 24-1-3-0. STROUDSBURG (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Miklovich rf 3-1-2-1, Pugliesi 1b 1b 3-0-1-0, Bennie ss 2-1-0-0, Costanzo lf 3-0-1-1, Gray 3b 3-0-0-0, Fehr c 3-0-1-1, Fortin pr 0-0-0-0, Forth dh 3-0-1-0, Eilenberger 2b 0-0-0-0, Burger p 2-0-0-0, Crowe ph 1-0-0-0, Pignotti p 0-0-0-0, Keenan cf 2-1-1-0. Totals 25-3-7-3. Easton 000 001 0--1 3 0 Stroudsburg 003 000 x--3 7 0 LOB -- Easton 6; Stroudsburg 5. DP -- Stroudsburg 1. 2B -- Miklovich 2. 3B -- Holley. SB -- Hughes; Keenan. Minchin and Kraus; Burger, Pignotti (7) and Fehr. W -- Burger. Save -- Pignotti. SO-BB -- Minchin 1-1; Burger 2-3, Pignotti 0-0. HBP -- by Burger (LaValva, Pursell). WP -- Burger. Balk -- Burger. Records: Easton 11-11; Stroudsburg 18-5. Michael Blouse can be reached at 800-360-3601 or by e-mail at mblouse@express-times.com.

Penyak, LaValva step up
May 20, 2008
By MICHAEL BLOUSE The Express-Times BETHLEHEM TWP. | It'd be easy for opponents to overlook Brian Penyak or Antonio LaValva on the baseball field. Neither one of the Easton Red Rover seniors appears particularly imposing at first glance. Penyak is a soft-tossing lefty who relies on control, guile and smarts. LaValva is a skinny 5-foot-4 second baseman. But both Penyak and LaValva have played big parts this season for Easton Area High School, and they again played key roles Monday in the Red Rovers' 4-1 victory over Freedom in the first round of the District 11 Class AAAA tournament. Easton, the No. 10 seed with an 11-10 record, advances to play at second-seeded Stroudsburg in Wednesday's quarterfinals. Penyak totally befuddled Freedom batters, scattering five hits -- four singles and a double -- while walking three and striking out six. "I try to keep the other team confused, get them guessing," Penyak said. "I don't throw too hard -- or really hard at all -- so I need to mix my pitches. The big play, I thought, was Tommy Hughes' diving catch in right field (to end a threat in the fifth inning)." LaValva finished 2-for-3 at the plate, driving home the tie-breaking run and delivering a hit-and-run single to key the sixth inning. "I'm pretty confident at the plate right now," LaValva said. "I like when the pressure's on me. I was looking for fastballs, and trying to hit them into right field." Easton coach Carm LaDuca appreciates the 100 percent effort both Penyak and LaValva bring every day -- to practices and games. "Brian's the kind of kid who wants the baseball. He's the one who got us where we are," LaDuca said. "And Antonio's done a great job all season. You can count on him in the two-hole. He's a contact hitter who's come up with big hits ... and he's also a great team player." Penyak indeed saved the Red Rovers' season. Easton was 8-10 before Penyak beat both Liberty and Bethlehem Catholic in a five-day span to qualify the Rovers for district play. The Patriots, who beat Penyak 1-0 early in the Lehigh Valley Conference season and were 2-0 against Easton, touched up the left-hander for a run in the first inning. Josh Fortin-Smith doubled with one out, and Mike Zanoni followed with an RBI single. Three times over the next two innings Freedom batters reached base but were almost immediately picked off. Easton catcher Neil Kraus gunned down one runner, and Penyak picked off two others. The Patriots, who finish 11-10, had won five straight. "One mistake cost us two runs and the baserunning took us out of innings," Freedom coach Nick D'Amico said. "We did the things today we were doing when we struggled, rather than doing what we did when we were winning." Easton took the lead with two runs in the third inning. Ian Oakley singled to start the rally and Kraus lifted a fly ball to center field that was dropped for an error, allowing Oakley to score. LaValva then stroked a two-out single into right field. Jarred Holley started off the sixth inning with a line-drive single. LaValva dumped a hit-and-run single into right to advance Holley to third. Hughes then plated the run on a fielder's choice groundout. The final tally came in the final inning as Chris Cordero singled and Oakley lined an RBI double down the left-field line. Easton's win was its third in a row. The streaky Red Rovers had previously lost five straight. "The last two games were playoff games," LaValva said, "and we're positive with the way we're playing right now. Liberty was 10-10 and won districts last year. We're confident maybe we can do the same thing." EASTON (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Holley cf 3-1-1-0, LaValva 2b 3-0-2-1, Hughes rf 3-0-0-1, Heilman ss 3-0-0-0, Rhinehart 3b 3-0-0-0, Cordero dh 3-0-1-0, Harbridge cr-pr 0-2-0-0, Penyak p 0-0-0-0, Oakley 1b 3-1-2-1, Peterson pr 0-0-0-0, Pursell lf 2-0-0-0, Kraus c 3-0-0-0. Totals 26-4-6-3. FREEDOM (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Mika cf 3-0-0-0, Fortin-Smith dh 3-1-1-0, Emrick ss 0-0-0-0, Zanoni lf 3-0-2-1, Close p 3-0-0-0, Slanovec 3b 3-0-0-0, Snyder c 3-0-1-0, Weaver cr 0-0-0-0, McCready rf 1-0-0-0, Lear ph 1-0-0-0, Mease 1b 1-0-1-0, Mazyka 2b 0-0-0-0, Uribe 2b 1-0-0-0. Totals 22-1-5-1. Easton (11-10) 002 001 1--4 6 0 Freedom (11-10) 100 000 0--1 5 1 E -- Mika. LOB -- Easton 3; Freedom 4. DP -- Easton 1. 2B -- Oakley; Fortin-Smith. SB -- Hughes, Harbridge. CS -- Weaver, Mease, Mazyka. Sac -- Pursell. Penyak and Kraus; Close and Snyder. SO-BB -- Penyak 6-3; Close 7-0. HBP -- by Close (Holley). Michael Blouse can be reached at 800-360-3601 or by e-mail at mblouse@express-times.com.

Easton will travel to Freedom
Distict XI playoffs begin
May 19, 2008
Rovers will play Freedom in Round 1 of District XI Playoffs at Freedom High School in Bethlehem at 4:30pm Monday, May 19. 2008.

Holley and Hughes named to LVC All Conference Team
May 15, 2008
Jarred Holley and Tom Hughes have been named to the Lehigh Valley Conference All Conference Team. Jarred was selected as an All Conference Outfielder hitting .542 in the LVC and Tom Hughes as the Utility Player hitting .447 in the LVC. Tom has played right field, left field, shortstop, and pitched for the Rovers this year.

Rovers rely on crafty Penyak
Senior lefty keeps season alive
May 13, 2008
By TOM HINKELThe Express-Times BETHLEHEM | Even a nagging back injury couldn't stop Brian Penyak on Tuesday afternoon. The senior left-hander simply wouldn't be denied in Easton Area High School's biggest game of the season. Penyak pitched a complete game four-hitter and Kevin Heilman went 4-for-4 with a run and an RBI as the visiting Red Rovers clinched a district playoff berth with a 6-2 Lehigh Valley Conference victory over Bethlehem Catholic. It was the eighth straight year coach Carm LaDuca's Red Rovers (10-10, 9-9) have made the postseason tournament. The loss knocked the Golden Hawks (9-11, 8-10) out of the district playoffs. It was the final regular-season game for both teams. "It feels really nice to get the win," Heilman said. "Penyak pitched a great game. This was very important because we didn't want to be the first team not to qualify for districts. "Now it's a brand new season. Once you're in districts anything can happen." Despite experiencing tightness behind his left shoulder, Penyak took a two-hit shutout into the seventh inning before the Golden Hawks finally broke through. "The trainer told me that is a real tough area to stretch," Penyak said. "I took some velocity off my pitches and just tried to keep them off-balance. I mixed up my fastball, curveball and changeup. My pitches feed off one another." Penyak struck out five and walked one in out-dueling Bethlehem Catholic junior Bryan Morris. "There was no doubt Brian was going to get the baseball today," LaDuca said. "He has a lot of guts and determination. He's crafty with his pitches and changes speeds well. He's sneaky fast." "I tried to get them off their front foot as much as possible," Penyak said. Easton took a 1-0 lead in the first when Antonio LaValva singled and eventually scored on Heilman's single. The Red Rovers tacked on single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings and plated two in the seventh. No. 9 hitter Neil Kraus contributed two hits to Easton's 11-hit attack. LaValva scored two runs and drove in another. "Our goal was to put pressure on them every inning," LaDuca said. "We were very aggressive and took advantage of some situations." Greg Desarro doubled in the seventh inning for Becahi's only extra base hit. "It just didn't happen for us," Golden Hawks coach Mike Grasso said. "We just weren't clicking with the bats. Credit their pitcher. Now we have to work hard and regroup for next year." EASTON (ab-r-h-bi) -- Holley cf 4-1-1-0, LaValva 2b 3-2-1-1, Hughes lf 3-0-0-1, Heilman ss 4-1-4-1, Rhinehart 3b 4-1-1-0, Cordero dh 3-0-1-0, Oakley 1b 2-0-0-0, Harvey rf 3-0-1-0, Kraus c 3-0-2-0, Pursell cr 0-1-0-0. Totals 29-6-11-3. BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC (ab-r-h-bi) -- Zubia ss 3-0-0-0, Peluso lf 3-0-1-0, Eichman cf 3-0-0-0, Desarro c 2-0-1-0, Keim dh 3-1-0-0, Walshe 3b 2-0-0-0, Morris p 3-0-1-0, Longernecker 1b 3-0-1-1, Cronauer rf 3-0-0-0, Bahnick 2b 0-0-0-0, Connell cr 0-1-0-0, Gill ph 1-0-0-0. Totals 26-2-4-1. Easton 100 111 2--6 11 2 Beth. Catholic 000 000 2--2 4 3 LOB -- Easton 5; Bethlehem Catholic 4. 2B -- Rhinehart; Desarro. SB -- Holley, LaValva, Heilman, Rhinehart, Oakley. CS -- Oakley; Connell. Sac -- LaValva, Oakley. SF -- Hughes. Penyak and Kraus; Morris and Desarro. SO-BB -- Penyak 5-1; Morris 6-0. WP -- Morris 2. Records: Easton 10-10, 9-9; Bethlehem Catholic 9-11, 8-10. Tom Hinkel can be reached by e-mail at sports@express-times.com.

Varsity Baseball Practice Announcement
Varsity will practice today!
May 10, 2008
The boys varsity baseball team will have practice today, Saturday May 10th at 1pm. Practice will be held at EAHS.

Easton Tops Liberty 5-4
District XI playoff hopes still alive
May 8, 2008
Jarred Holley went 4-for-4 to spark Easton and left-hander Brian Penyak went the distance to earn the win. The Red Rovers would qualify for the District 11 playoffs with a win over Bethlehem Catholic on Monday. Ryan Snyder drove in a pair of runs for Liberty. Easton 000 002 3--5 9 1 Liberty 000 020 2--4 5 0 2B -- Holley, LaValva (E). RBI -- LaValva 2, Hughes, Oakley (E); Snyder 2. Penyak and Kraus; Ortiz, Gotzon (7) and Marzella. L -- Ortiz. SO-BB -- Penyak 3-0; Ortiz 4-3, Gotzon 0-1. Records: Easton 9-10, 6-9; Liberty 14-5, 11-4. JV score: Easton 14-1.

Rover rally falls short
May 6, 2008
Mike Squires pitched a complete game and went 2-for-3 with an RBI as Nazareth edged Easton 6-5, in Lehigh Valley Conference baseball on Tuesday. Jerrell Elliot went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs. Easton's Tom Hughes went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs. Easton needs to win its final two games against Liberty and Bethlehem Catholic to capture its eight straight district playoff berth. Nazareth needs one win against either Bethlehem Catholic or Northampton to qualify for districts. Nazareth 111 300 0--6 11 2 Easton 000 230 0--5 7 1 2B -- Ball, Mackovitz, Elliott (N). 3B -- Hughes (E). RBI -- Elliot 2, King 2, Squires, Mackovitz (N); Hughes 2, Rhinehart, Heilman (E). Squires and Dauscher. Heilman, Kemmerer (3), Minchin (4) and Kraus. L -- Heilman. SO-BB -- Squires 3-3; Heilman 0-1, Kemmerer 1-0, Minchin 5-0. Records: Easton 8-10, 5-9; Nazareth 9-9, 7-7. JV score: Easton 7-1 -- WP Aaron Barry.

K-Kids can the Rovers
May 3, 2008
Kevin Kowalishen's RBI single sparked a three-run seventh inning rally and Northampton downed Easton 6-4 in a Lehigh Valley Conference game at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown. William Geosits, who had two RBIs, and Eric Domitrovits each had two hits for Northampton. Mike Glassic earned a complete-game victory. Seth Rhinehart, who drove in two runs, and Jarred Holley each had a pair of hits for Easton. Northampton 000 030 3--6 9 2 Easton 300 010 0--4 10 2 2B -- Boyce, Glassic (N); Holley, Hughes, Rhinehart (E). 3B -- Baker (N). RBI -- Geosits 2, Boyce, Kowalishen, Domitrovits (N); Rhinehart 2, Cordero (E). Glassic and Baker; Penyak, Kemmerer (7) and Kraus. L -- Penyak. SO-BB -- Glassic 4-1; Penyak 3-0, Kemmerer 0-0. Records: Northampton 12-5, 10-3; Easton 8-9, 5-8.

Freedom edges Easton with two unearned runs
May 2, 2008
Chad Lear hurled a complete game nine-hitter and Freedom scored two decisive unearned runs in the fifth inning to top Easton, 3-2, in Lehigh Valley Conference baseball on Friday. Joe Rich went 2-for-4 and Frank Snyder hit an RBI single in the fourth for the Patriots. Jarred Holley and Chris Cordero each went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Tom Hughes also had two hits for Easton. Freedom 000 120 0--3 4 1 Easton 000 001 1--2 9 4 RBI -- Snyder (F); Cordero, Holley (E). Lear and Snyder; Heilman, Minchin (7) and Kraus, Wood (5). L -- Heilman. SO-BB -- Lear 4-3; Heilman 7-6, Minchin 0-1. Records: Freedom 8-9, 6-7; Easton 8-8, 5-7. JV: Easton 7-1 -- Winning pitcher Justin Souders.

Barr puts a crimp into Rovers' playoff drive
April 29, 2008
By MICHAEL BLOUSEThe Express-Times L. MACUNGIE TWP. - The Easton Red Rovers have their sights set on qualifying for the District 11 baseball tournament for a seventh straight season. This spring, the streaky Red Rovers will need a strong finish to their Lehigh Valley Conference season to earn a playoff berth. Easton Area High School owns an 8-7 overall record after Tuesday's 7-3 setback to Emmaus, which parlayed a strong outing by John Barr and a five-run inning into a comfortable victory. Coach Carm LaDuca's Red Rovers must win two of its final five games -- all against Northampton County Division competition -- to qualify for the postseason. Easton, which is 5-6 in the conference, was 1-4 vs. NorCo Division foes the first time through its schedule. "Making it to districts is always the first order of business," LaDuca, in his seventh season as head coach, said. "We have our work cut out for us. We're a streaky team and hopefully we can put some wins together and go into the playoffs on a hot streak." Easton won its first two games this season, lost four in a row, then won six of seven and has now lost two straight. Barr and his Emmaus teammates were too good for the Red Rovers on this day. Three consecutive Easton errors led directly to two Green Hornet runs in the second inning. Emmaus broke out its big bats in the fourth frame as six hits and a hit batter turned into five runs. Brandon Wilt stroked a two-run double to right-center field and Kyle Gable, Dan Johnson and Barr contributed RBI singles. Gable collected three hits and Barr two for Emmaus, which is 10-4 overall and 7-4 in the LVC. "We're playing pretty well right now," Green Hornets coach John Schreiner said. "We started two seniors today, but we have a real nice club. I think we'll be a formidable team in districts." Barr, a junior left-hander, kept Easton batters off balance with a fastball and change-up. He struck out four and did not issue a walk while improving to 4-2. "It's relaxing to get a lead," Barr said, "but whether you're up or down by five, you still have to make pitches and hit spots. Easton's a very good team and it always feels great to beat a good team." Antonio LaValva and Chris Cordero both had two hits for Easton. Jarred Holley scored a run and drove in one. "Give Barr the credit," LaDuca said. "He really kept us off-balance. That and our defense was a little sloppy." EASTON (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Holley cf 3-1-1-1, LaValva 2b 4-0-2-1, Hughes rf 3-0-1-0, Heilman ss 3-0-0-0, Cordero dh 3-1-2-0, Parrish p 0-0-0-0, Kemmerer p 0-0-0-0, Rhinehart 3b 2-0-0-0, Harvey lf 1-0-0-0, Pursell lf-3b 3-0-0-0, Penyak 1b 3-0-0-0, Kraus c 3-0-1-0, Harbridge cr 0-1-0-0. Totals 28-3-7-2. EMMAUS (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Mastroianni ss 3-1-0-0, Parkes ph 1-0-0-0, Gable 2b 4-1-3-1, Johnson 1b 4-0-1-1, Barr p 3-0-2-1, Focht cr-rf 0-1-0-0, Howells lf 1-2-0-0, Bitto rf 2-1-1-1, Gallagher 3b 3-0-1-0, B. Wilt c 3-0-1-3, Clay cr 0-0-0-0, K. Wilt cf 2-1-0-0, Lechmanik ph 1-0-0-0. Totals 27-7-9-7. Easton 001 001 1--3 7 3 Emmaus 020 500 x--7 9 3 E -- Heilman, Parrish, Kraus; Mastroianni, Gallagher 2. LOB -- Easton 4; Emmaus 5. DP -- Emmaus 1. 2B -- Cordero, Kraus; B. Wilt. SB -- Holley, LaValva, Cordero; K. Wilt. CS -- Focht, Bitto. Sac -- Gable. SF -- Holley. Parrish, Kemmerer (5) and Kraus; Barr and B. Wilt. L -- Parrish. SO-BB -- Parrish 1-0, Kemmerer 0-1; Barr 4-0. HBP -- by Parrish (Howells). WP -- Parrish; Barr. Records: Emmaus 10-4, 7-4; Easton 8-7, 5-6. JV score: Easton 7-0. Michael Blouse can be reached at 800-360-3601 or by e-mail at mblouse@express-times.com.

Acton-Boxborough stops Rovers 5-0
April 26, 2008
Clemson-bound pitcher Scott Weismann struck out nine and held the Red Rovers to four hits for Acton-Boxborough, Mass., which is coached by Easton High graduate and former player Patrick Grucela. Chris Hearne was 3-for-4 with an RBI for the Colonials. Brian Penyak had a pair of hits for Easton. Acton 100 100 3--5 7 0 Easton 000 000 0--0 4 3 3B -- Hughes (E). RBI -- Weismann, Ashline 2, Hearne (A). Weismann and Carmire. Heilman, Markus (7), Kemmerer (7) and Kraus. SO-BB -- Weismann 9-2; Heilman 3-4, Markus 0-1, Kemmerer 1-0. Records: Easton 8-6, 6-3 JV score: Easton 4-1.

Penyak, Rovers Top Whitehall 3-1
April 24, 2008
Antonio LaValva and Tom Hughes had RBI singles in the sixth inning when Easton rallied for all three runs. Winning pitcher Brian Penyak allowed five hits and struck out seven. Losing pitcher Ryan Beck struck out 15. Whitehall 000 001 0--1 5 1 Easton 000 003 x--3 5 3 2B -- Bet (W); Holley (E). RBI -- Johnson (W); LaValva, Hughes, Cordoro (E). Beck and Handwerk; Penyak and Kraus. SO-BB -- Beck 15-0; Penyak 7-0. Records: Whitehall 5-6, 4-5; Easton 8-5, 5-5.

Easton blanked by undefeated Parkland, 7-0
April 22, 2008
Joe Candelmo pitched a six-hit shutout and Nate Zimmel went 2-for-3 with five RBIs for unbeaten Parkland. Jarred Holley went 3-for-3 for Easton. Easton 000 000 0--0 6 0 Parkland 310 003 x--7 8 1 2B -- Zimmel (P). RBI -- Brandstetter, Zimmel 5, Klem (P). Parrish, Snyder (6) and Kraus; Candelmo and Gabriel. L -- Parrish. SO-BB -- Parrish 4-2, Snyder 1-1; Candelmo 7-2. Records: Easton 7-5, 4-5; Parkland 12-0, 8-0. JV score: Easton 12-4 (Aaron Barry winning pitcher).

LaValva is a hit for Easton
Easton tops Phillipsburg 10-5
April 19, 2008

By RORY FAUST The Express-Times EASTON | Both sides were understandably exhausted by the time the final out settled into the glove of Easton Area High School right fielder Tom Hughes. But even after 10 innings and nearly four hours of edge-of-your-seat baseball, the Red Rovers still had enough spring in their legs to celebrate like it was the final out of the World Series. Second baseman Antonio LaValva slapped a tie-breaking single in the 10th inning to complete Easton's astonishing comeback and give the Red Rovers their first win over archrival Phillipsburg in five years Saturday night at Hackett Park. "This means a lot because we didn't win for so long," said LaValva, who finished 2-for-6 with two hits and three RBIs. "It's about time we show them what Easton baseball is all about." Phillipsburg led 5-2 behind the solid starting pitching of Brian Del Rosso (six strikeouts, no walks) but Easton rallied for a run in the fifth and two in six to tie it. Then, Phillipsburg's potent lineup suddenly went flat against Red Rovers reliever Dylan Kemmerer, who held the Stateliners scoreless over 5Ø solid innings. "These kids are just fantastic and I can't say enough about the effort of Dylan Kemmerer," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. Both teams had plenty of chances to win late -- Phillipsburg had runners in scoring position in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings -- but no one could break through until LaValva's big hit with one out in the 10th. "I was looking for a first-pitch fastball," LaValva said. He got one and poked it to right field to plate pinch- runner Kyle Harbridge with the go-ahead run. Easton added four more runs against the deflated Stateliners, who had 15 hits and left 15 runners on base. "We deserved a better fate," Phillipsburg coach John Stillo said. We had the winning run 90 feet away three or four times and we just couldn't get a big hit." EASTON (ab-r-h-bi) -- Holley cf 5-2-2-0, LaValva 2b 6-1-2-3, Hughes 5-1-1-3, Heilman ss 5-1-3-1, Rhinhart 3b 3-0-0-0, Cordero dh 5-0-1-1, Parrish ph 1-0-0-0, Oakley 1b 6-0-1-0, Peterson pr 0-1-0-0, Pursell lf 3-0-0-0, Kraus c 2-0-1-0, Harbridge pr 0-4-0-0. Totals 41-10-11-8. PHILLIPSBURG (ab-r-h-bi) -- Crossley 2b-p 5-1-1-0, Del Rosso p-cf 4-1-2-1, Jones c 4-0-3-0, Brousseau pr-rf 0-1-0-0, Solimani lf 5-1-2-1, Marino pr 0-0-0-0, Congdon 3b 5-0-1-1, Wyckoff 1b 5-0-0-0, Murray rf 5-1-3-2, Moran cf 0-0-0-0, Spino dh-2b-p 3-0-2-0, Watson ss 5-0-1-0. Totals 41-5-15-5. Easton 002 012 005--10 11 3 Phillipsburg 104 000 000--5 15 4 LOB -- Easton 12; Phillipsburg 15. 2B -- Jones. 3B -- Heilman; Crossley. HR -- Murray. CS -- Holley. Sac -- Brousseau 2; Pursell. SF -- LaValva. Penyak, Kemmerer (3), Minchin (9) and Kraus. Del Rosso, Crossley (5), Solimani (7), Spino (10) and Jones. W -- Minchin. L -- Solimani. SO-BB -- Penyak 1-1, Kemmerer 2-3, Minchin 0-0; Del Rosso 6-0, Crossley 1-4, Solimani 3-1, Spino 0-1. WP -- Kemmerer. HBP -- Kraus 2, Hughes, Heilman; Jones, Del Rosso. Records: Phillipsburg 4-3; Easton 7-4. JV score: Easton 5-4.

Easton Routes Central Catholic 13-1
Phillipsburg Game today at Hackett's Park
April 18, 2008
Tom Hughes blasted a two-run home run in Easton's big six-run third inning and Kevin Heilman went 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs to lead the Red Rovers in a mercy-rule shortened game. Brian Penyak went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and Chris Cordero went 2-for-3 for Easton, which plays cross-river rival Phillipsburg tonight at Hackett Park. Central Catholic 010 00--1 3 3 Easton 246 1x--13 12 1 2B -- Vrabel (CC); Pursell, LaValva (E). 3B -- Holley, Heilman (E). HR -- Hughes (E). RBI -- Faust (CC); Holley, Heilman 3, Penyak 2, Hughes 2, LaValva 3 (E). Madeja, Arner (3) and Vrabel. Parrish, Markus (5) and Kraus, Ellison (5). W -- Parrish. L -- Madeja. SO-BB -- Medeja 1-2, Arner 1-2; Parrish 3-2, Markus 0-0. Records: Central Catholic 2-5, 2-4; Easton 6-4, 4-4. JV score: Easton 12-0

Hughes and Heilman lead Rovers past Dieruff 12-2
April 16, 2008
Tom Hughes went 3-for-4 with four RBI and Kevin Heilman was the winning pitcher as Easton scored early and often in Lehigh Valley Conference play. Easton 320 202 3--12 12 2 Dieruff 000 000 2--2 4 6 2B -- Corpora, Heilman (E). 3B -- Hughes (E); Klucharich (D). RBI -- Hughes 4, Heilman 2, Holley, LaValva, Wood (E); Hoffman (D). Heilman, Oakley (6), Kemmerer (7) and Kraus; Morel, Farr (4), Collado (6) and Klucharich. W -- Heilman. L -- Morel. SO-BB -- Hielman 6-1, Oakley 1-0, Kemmerer 2-0; Morel 0-1, Farr 0-2, Collado 1-1. Records: Easton 5-4, 3-4; Dieruff 1-9, 0-7. JV: Easton 10-5.

Easton tops Allen 13-2
April 14, 2008
Winning pitcher Tom Hughes was 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Allen 000 20--2 7 8 Easton 670 0x--13 8 1 2B -- Holley (E). 3B -- Hughes (E). RBI -- Sanchez, Anoia (A); Hughes 3, Holley, LaValva, Pursell (E). Lantigua, Evans (2) and Kresge; Hughes, Minchin (4), Markus (5) and Kraus, Wood (3). W -- Hughes. L -- Lantigua. SO-BB -- Lantigua 0-4, Evans 2-1; Hughes 0-2, Minchin 2-1, Markus 2-0. Records: Allen 2-5, 2-4; Easton 4-4, 2-4. JV score: Easton 15-0.

Penyak, Holley and Heilman help Easton stop skid
April 12, 2008
Brian Penyak scattered six hits over six innings and Jarred Holley and Kevin Heilman each had two hits to help Easton earn its first conference win. Craig Ball and Hugh Harris each had two hits for Nazareth. Easton 015 000 0--6 7 1 Nazareth 000 000 0--0 7 0 2B -- Cordero (E). RBI -- Cordero, Heilman, Rhinehart (E). Penyak, Rhinehart (7) and Kraus; Vent, Elliott (3) and Dauscher. W -- Penyak. L -- Vent. SO-BB -- Penyak 5-1, Rhinehart 1-0; Vent 0-1, Elliott 2-2. Records: Easton 3-4, 1-4; Nazareth 1-5, 1-4. JV score: Easton 5-4 (8 innings).

Easton rally falls short
April 10, 2008
Greg DeSarro went 3-for-4 with two RBIs as Bethlehem Catholic edged Easton, 8-6, Thursday in Lehigh Valley Conference baseball. Easton committed two errors in the third inning and one in the sixth, which allowed Bethlehem Catholic to score the go-ahead run. Jarred Holley tripled and drove in a run for the Red Rovers. Becahi 004 103 0--8 9 0 Easton 000 041 1--6 8 3 2B -- Kraus (E); DeSarro (BC). 3B -- Holley (E). RBI -- LaValva, Heilman, Holley, Pursell (E); DeSarro 2, Kein, Morris, Zubia, Bonick (BC) Gill, Walsh (5) and DeSarro; Heilman, Parrish (3), Minchin (5), Snyder (6), Kemmerer (6) and Kraus, Wood. W -- Gill. L -- Heilman. SO-BB -- Gill 4-3, Walsh 3-4; Heilman 2-3, Parrish 0-0, Minchin 0-1, Snyder 0-1, Kemmerer 2-1. Records: Bethlehem Catholic 4-3, 2-2; Easton 2-4, 0-4. JV: Easton 11-2.

Rovers Drop 9-4 Decision to Liberty
April 8, 2008
Leadoff hitter Colin Santoro went 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI as Liberty remained undefeated in conference play. Alex Specht and Tyler Brong also had two hits. Hurricanes starter Colin Reaser worked five innings for the win. Tom Hughes went 2-for-3 with a double for Easton. Liberty (4-1, 3-0) 023 130 0--9 11 1 Easton (2-3, 0-3) 010 110 1--4 9 4 2B -- Sawyer (L); Hughes, LaValva, Rhinehart (E). 3B -- Pursell (E). RBI -- Specht, Camacho, McCormac 2, Santoro (L); Pursell, Cordero, Rhinehart (E). Reaser, Gotzo (6) and Marzella; Penyak, Parrish (4), Kemmerer (5), Snyder (5), Rampulla (7) and Kraus, Wood (5). W -- Reaser. L -- Penyak. SO-BB -- Reaser 3-2, Gotzo 5-0; Penyak 1-1, Parrish 2-0, Kemmerer 0-0, Synder 0-1, Rampulla 1-0. Records: Liberty 4-1, 3-0; Easton 2-3, 0-3

Northampton Rallies Past Easton 10-8
April 3, 2008
Kevin Kowalishen went 2-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored for Northampton. Chris Boyce had two hits, including a two-run home run in the decisive sixth inning for the Konkrete Kids. Jarred Holley hit a solo home run and drove in two runs for Easton. Easton 102 122 0--8 7 1 Northampton 000 334 x--10 12 4 2B -- Domitrovits, Kowalishen, Mickley (N). HR -- Holley (E); Boyce (N). RBI -- Holley 2, Hughes 2, Heilman, Kraus (E); Domitrovits 3, Boyce 3, Kowalishen 2, Mickley 2 (N). Heilman, Kemmerer (5), Marcus (5), Minchin (5) and Kraus; Domitrovits, Weiner (6) and Groller. W -- Weiner. L -- Minchin. SO-BB -- Heilman 2-1, Kemmerer 0-0, Marcus 0-1, Minchin 0-0; Domitrovits 6-2, Weiner 1-1. Records: Easton 2-2, 0-2; Northampton 3-1, 2-0.

Penyak Outdueled by Close
Rovers Fall to Freedom 1-0
April 2, 2008
Mike Zanoni drove in Pete Petraglia with a single to left in the first inning and Brendan Close threw a four-hitter with eight strikeouts Wednesday to lead Freedom to a 1-0 victory over Easton in Lehigh Valley Conference baseball. Chris Urbie went 2-for-2 for Freedom. Brian Penyak scattered six hits and struck out seven against no walks for Easton. Easton 000 000 0--0 4 1 Freedom 100 000 0--1 6 0 2B -- LaValva, Kraus (E). RBI -- Zanoni (F). Penyak and Kraus; Close and Petraglia. SO-BB -- Penyak 7-0; Close 8-2. Records: Easton 2-1, 0-1; Freedom 3-2, 1-0.

Rain Washes Out Northampton Games Again
April 1, 2008
All scheduled games vesus Northampton scheduled for this afternoon have been postponed until Thursday, April 3rd.

All Games Postponed until Tomorrow
March 31, 2008
All scheduled games vesus Northampton scheduled for this afternoon have been postponed until tomorrow, April 1st.

Kraus HR leads Rovers past Bears 7-5
March 29, 2008
Neil Kraus' two-run, seventh-inning homer broke a 4-4 tie, and Chris Cordero went 3-for-4 with a home run for Easton. Antonio LaValva and Brennan Harvey each had two hits for the Red Rovers. Dylan Kemmerer was the winning pitcher in relief. Easton 100 012 3--7 11 3 Pleasant 030 100 1--5 9 3 2B -- LaValva (E); Chamberlain (PV). 3B -- Cordero (E); Ramos (PV). HR -- Cordero, Kraus (E). RBI -- Cordero 2, Kraus 2, LaValva (E); Ramos, Beck 2, Concepcion, Chamberlain (PV). Heilman, Kemmerer (4) and Kraus; Kregloh, Frantz (6) and Labar. W -- Kemmerer. L -- Frantz. SO-BB -- Heilman 3-1, Kemmerer 2-0; Kregloh 6-0, Frantz 1-3. Record: Easton 2-0.

Pleasant Valley Game Time Change
March 28, 2008
The game on Saturday March 29 that was originally scheduled for 11am has been moved to a 3pm start time due to poor field conditions.

Harvey delivers big wall-bangers
Hot-hitting Red Rovers start off season with shellacking of Hazleton
March 25, 2008
By MICHAEL BLOUSE The Express-Times PALMER TWP. - Brennan Harvey or Harvey Brennan, it really doesn't matter much to the senior right fielder on the Easton Area High School baseball team. "As long as I keep hitting home runs, they can call me whatever they want," Brennan (first name) Harvey (last name) said with a smile after the Red Rovers' 11-1 season-opening win over Hazleton. The public address announcer at Richards Field referred to "Brennan Harvey" as "Harvey Brennan" throughout Tuesday's game. Harvey was unaffected -- or perhaps motivated -- by the inadvertent mistake, stroking a single, double and three-run homer in four at-bats. His blast to left field in the sixth inning was the first longball of his varsity career. "I was a little anxious my first at-bat," Harvey said of his popout to second base. "After that, the jitters were gone and I felt real comfortable, real good at the plate. "I didn't think (the home run) was gone ... I think the wind helped it out but it felt good off the bat." One day after Hazleton was no-hit by Parkland ace Jon Candelmo in a 10-0 Trojans' win, coach Carm LaDuca's Red Rovers broke open a scoreless game with five runs in the third inning. Jarred Holley reached by error, Tom Hughes' single drove in Holley with the first run and Harvey, Seth Rhinehart and Chad Cordero contributed two-out RBI hits. Rhinehart's two-run single brought home the third and fourth runs. Hughes, a switch-hitter, had hits from both sides of the plate. Rhinehart also collected two hits. "I'm pleased with our offense," LaDuca said. "We were struggling a little bit in our scrimmages and it's nice to see us get going. Brennan had a great day at the plate and a lot of different guys contributed." Brian Penyak's outing also left LaDuca pleased with the pitching. Penyak went five scoreless innings for the win, working his way into and out of trouble. The soft-tossing senior left-hander allowed seven hits but he did not walk a batter and struck out six. Pat Minchin yielded a run in his only inning on the mound. "Brian's got a lot of guts," LaDuca said. "He's not afraid and if he can locate his pitches, he's going to do very well. We were able to turn a couple (three) double plays behind him and we got out of some trouble." Overall, it was a highly successful opening game for Harvey -- Brennan Harvey -- and the Red Rovers. "We were excited to get the season going," Harvey said, "and we wanted to prove ourselves to the rest of the (Lehigh Valley) conference. It's a good first win." HAZLETON (ab-r-h-rbi) -- LaBracio p-1b 3-0-2-0, Dudinyak pr 0-0-0-0, Miller 2b 2-0-1-0, Carsia 2b 0-0-0-0, Brodeur dh 3-0-1-0, Burrows rf 0-0-0-0, Bigatel lf 3-0-0-0, Nahay cf 3-1-2-0, Marchetti c 2-0-1-0, Rowlands c 1-0-1-1, Martin ss 2-0-1-0, Benyo ss 1-0-0-0, Drumheller 1b 2-0-0-0, Nicholas 1b 1-0-1-0, Kukowski 3b 2-0-0-0, Pawlowski 3b 1-0-0-0. Totals 26-1-10-1. EASTON (ab-r-h-rbi) -- Holley cf 4-2-0-0, LaValva 2b 3-0-1-1, Hughes lf 2-2-2-1, Heilman ss 1-2-1-0, Kraus c 4-0-1-1, Harbridge cr 0-1-0-0, Harvey rf 4-2-3-4, Rhinehart 3b 4-1-2-2, Cordero 1b 2-0-1-1, Minchin p 0-0-0-0, Oakley ph 1-1-1-0, Parrish dh 2-0-0-0, Pursell dh 2-0-0-0, Penyak p-1b 0-0-0-0. Totals 29-11-12-10. Hazleton (0-2) 000 001--1 10 3 Easton (1-0) 005 006--11 12 2 E -- LaBraico, Marchetti, Benyo; Heilman 2. DP -- Hazleton 1; Easton 3. LOB -- Hazleton 7; Easton 10. 2B -- Hughes, Harvey, Cordero; Nahay. HR -- Harvey. SB -- Holley, Harbridge. Sac -- Miller. LaBraico, Nicholas (3), Mariano (6) and Marchetti, Rowlands (6); Penyak, Minchin (6) and Kraus. W -- Penyak. L -- LaBraico. SO-BB -- LaBraico 3-3, Nicholas 2-5, Mariano 0-0. HBP -- by Mariano (Heilman). WP -- Minchin 1. Umpires -- Rich Frey (HP); Bill Berkheimer (B). Michael Blouse can be reached at 800-360-3601 or by e-mail at mblouse@express-times.com.

Varsity to Play Game at Coca Cola Park
Iron Pigs Play host to the Rovers and Kids
March 10, 2008
The Easton High School Varsity Baseball Team will play in Coca Cola Park (Home of the Iron Pigs Triple AAA Philadelphia Phillies Affiliate) on Saturday, May 3 against Northampton High School at 1pm. Rain Date will be Monday - May 5 at 4pm. Easton will be the Home team. A $12 ticket will be sold as a fundraiser which gives the buyer admission to the high school game and also a general Admission ticket to a selected Iron Pigs baseball game. We are excited about the opportunity to work with the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.

Easton Baseball Diamond Club Dance Cancelled
March 9, 2008
The Easton Baseball Diamond Club Dance scheduled for Saturday March 15 at the Easton Moose Club has been CANCELLED due to a problem with the venue. We are very sorry for the inconvienance and anyone who turned in Dance ticket money will be reimbursed this coming week. We hope your support of our upcoming Basket Bingo on Sunday March 30 will be in your plans. Come out and support the players within the Easton Baseball Program! The Diamond Club

EAHS Baseball Tryouts Schedule Announced
February 29, 2008
Grade 9-12 EAHS baseball tryouts will be held March 3 - March 7 from 5-7pm in the gyms at Easton Area High School. All players should come prepared for Indoor and Outdoor parts of practice. Running, infield/outfield on turf, etc. are all possible. Please dress accordingly. All Varsity players Grades 11-12 should report to the high school main gym lobby at 4:30 for stretching. All 9-10 JV candidates should report at 4:45 to the high school gym lobby as well. Coaches will then keep you abreast of any schedule changes as weather permits outdoor workouts. As always www.roverbaseball.com will have the latest announcements about practices. Grade 8 candidates will need to listen to announcements at Shawnee as their practices will start later next week or they can see Coach LaDuca in room C341 for information.

Physicals Cancelled Today
February 23, 2008
Physicals for Saturday February 23rd are rescheduled for Wednesday February 27th at 5:30.

Important Upcoming Dates
Physicals, Intramurals and Other Dates are Set
February 18, 2008
Physical Dates - Wednesday February 27th at 5:30 EAHS Gym Lobby Intramural Dates: Both Gyms Wed. Feb. 20 5-7pm Fri. Feb. 22 3-5pm - Cancelled Mon. Feb. 25 5-7pm Wed. Feb. 27 5-7pm Parent Meeting - Spring Sports - Feb. 28 - 6pm - Gymnasium First official practice - Monday March 3, 2008

Intramurals are Cancelled for Wednesday Feb 13th
February 13, 2008
Intramurals that were scheduled for today are cancelled. The next Intramural sessions will be held Friday, February 15th from 3-5pm.

Mattingly Baseball Becomes a Supporter of EAHS Baseball
February 10, 2008
Mattingly Baseball and the V-Grip(tm) Ripped bat has become a supporter of Easton High School Baseball. The Easton High School Baseball program with support of the Diamond Club Boosters has purchased team bats for the baseball program this year. Easton Baseball and the Diamond Club would like to thank former University of Connecticut pitcher and now Mattingly Baseball Representative Joe Smeraglino in helping the Easton Baseball Program fill its needs for the 2008 season. If anyone would like to learn about Mattingly Baseball please go to our link section and look at their website or click one of the two links on the home page. Mattingly Baseball has also joined our outfield fence sponsorship program and we would like to welcome them to our host of supporters.

Announcements and Intramural Schedule
February 2, 2008
March 15 - Oldies Dance at Easton Moose - 7-11pm March 30 - Basket Bingo at Easton High School Cafeteria Chad Warga, 2007 Catcher, has walked on and made the Pitt Baseball team at catcher! We are all very proud of Chad's hard work and his achieving this goal. Congratulations Chad. Best of Luck this season. Jarred Holley - Center Fielder, has verbally comitted to play football for Dave Wannstadt at Pitt also in fall 2008. Congratulations Jarred on your college choice and in receiving your football scholarship. Intramural Schedule is as follows: Monday February 4th, Pitcher Bullpens- 2:30pm @ EAHS Pitch Room Wednesday February 6th, Pitcher Long Toss session 2:30 @ EAHS Friday February 8th, Pitcher bullpens 2:30 @ EAHS Pitch Room

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