2011 Rover News


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Easton Baseball Delivers Christmas Cheer
December 21, 2011
We are still a few months away from baseball season. Especially for high school teams who will get going late in March or early April. But the Easton baseball team was doing something for fans tonight, something to spread some holiday cheer. Head coach Carm LaDuca and his players gathered at their field last Wednesday evening to deliver Christmas trees for the holidays to families in need in Easton. Coach Hess did an excellent job of organizing and coordinating all of the tree deliveries and the program in general by working with the Principals of all of the elementary buildings and other outside organizations. It was a great experience for the players and the coaches alike. A big thanks to Coach Matt Rusnock, Coach Ryan Kanusky, and Ron Wood who worked tirelessly along with Coach Hess and LaDuca to sell our trees this year to benefit the boys.

Easton Baseball players bail one of the 20 trees that were delivered to needy families

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December 15, 2011
Start the New Year off with a bang and make a resolution to attend the Easton Baseball Diamond Club meeting. The January meeting will be held on Tuesday the 10th at 7PM in room D208 at the high school. 2012 is shaping up to be a great year, see you at the meeting.

Christmas Tree Fundraiser
Tree's Available November 26th
November 22, 2011
The Easton High School Baseball team is selling Christmas Trees as a fundraiser this Holiday season. Trees are sold right off the Easton High Baseball Field on 25th St. and William Penn Highway Douglas and Fraser Firs are available in various heights. $35 for 6-7 ft, $40 for 7-8 ft trees (Douglas or Fraser) $45 for Douglas 8-10 ft and $50 for Fraser Fir 8-10 ft trees. Location: EAHS Baseball Field Hours: 5-8pm Weeknights / 10am-4pm Weekends When: Beginning November 26 until stock is gone. Support the EAHS Baseball Team and Have a great Holiday Season!!!!!!

December Diamond Club Announcement
November 12, 2011
The baseball season is fast approaching. Get involved, support your son and come to the next Easton Baseball Diamond Club meeting to be held on Tuesday, December 13th at 7PM at the high school, Room D208.

November Easton Baseball Diamond Club Meeting
November 2, 2011
The second meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2011-2012 school year will be held on Tuesday, November 11th at 7PM at the high school, room D208. Many details for the upcoming baseball season will be reviewed. Mark your calendars and come join us!

Easton Baseball Diamond Club Meeting
September 14, 2011
The first meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2011-2012 school year will be held on Tuesday, October 11th at 7PM at the high school, room D208. Discussions on upcoming fundraisers, trips, etc. will be had. Looking forward to all baseball parents getting involved to make the upcoming season the best ever!

Palmer Days Raffle Ticket Return
July 31, 2011
Any returning players who received Palmer Days Raffle tickets at our End of the Year Picnic can turn them into Coach LaDuca on Wednesday - August 3 at the equipment room between 9-10am or email me at laducac@eastonsd.org to make an arrangement for pick up or to turn them in if that time is inconvenient.

2011 Fall Baseball
July 27, 2011
Anyone interested in playing Fall Baseball in the local high school league consisting of 12 schools as we did last year should contact Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org. Players will have a small financial commitment of approximately $100 per player and will include insurance, uniform top, umpire fees, balls, 14 games, etc. This is not a school affiliated league even though local schools put teams in. We need permits to play on EAHS fields and is not a school sanctioned event. Games will begin in late August and end in mid October. Most weekends will be free. We will try to play most games during the week. Interested players need to let Coach LaDuca know of said interest through email no later than Monday August 1, 2011. Questions may also be directed to the email as well. Thank You Coach LaDuca

Easton falls to Emmaus 5-0
Weather ends 2011 season
May 26, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Dave Pisauro pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts and Brandon Kahler was 3-for-3 with a double tonight to lead the Emmaus High School baseball team to a 5-0 victory over Easton in a rain-shortened District 11 Class AAAA semifinal at Sammy Balliet Stadium in Coplay. The game was stopped because of rain and lightning with Easton runners on first and second with one out in the top of the sixth inning. Emmaus plays Nazareth for the district title on Tuesday or Wednesday. The Blue Eagles defeated Northampton 8-2 in the first semifinal at Coplay. Easton pitcher Jonathan Bisci allowed 10 hits and struck out five in five innings.

Rovers tally 4 in the 7th to advance in District XI Playyoffs
May 25, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Easton Area High School's baseball team reached into its bag of tricks just in time to save its season on Wednesday afternoon. Courtesy runner Ian Hayden raced home on a throwing error to cap a four-run seventh inning rally which carried the Red Rovers to a dramatic 7-6 victory over Parkland in a District 11 Class AAAA quarterfinal at Parkland High School. Junior Dominick Mancuso relieved Scott Anderson and pitched 3Ø innings of scoreless relief to earn the win. Ninth seeded Easton (12-10) advances to tonight's semifinals against No. 4 Emmaus at 6:30 at Sammy Balliet Stadium in Coplay. Third seeded Nazareth and No. 7 Northampton play in the first semifinal at 4 p.m. "We don't win here often but we couldn't have picked a better time to do it," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "This shows a lot about the character of this team. I'm thrilled for the kids. Our whole staff is elated." Top seeded Parkland, the Lehigh Valley Conference champion, finishes its season at 18-5. "Easton hung around and kept it close and we didn't make the plays in the last inning," Trojans coach Tony Galucy said. "We left the door open and they took advantage." "I have a tremendous amount of respect for those guys," LaDuca said while pointing to the Parkland dugout. "They're a great team and Tony Galucy does a great job with them." Easton came to bat trailing 6-3 in the seventh inning against Parkland ace pitcher Dan Shaw. Greg Butto reached on an error and Zach Olah singled to put two runners on with no outs. Matt Nelson relieved Shaw and Colin Case greeted him with an RBI double off the center field fence. "That was definitely a momentum swing," Case said. "It put a damper on Parkland and gave us a little fire." "After Case hit that double, that was it," Mancuso said. "It was bound to happen." A wild pitched made it 6-5 and put the tying run on third. Kevin Nemeth walked and Jonathan Bisci delivered a clutch RBI single to center to tie it. Conor Mulrine popped up a bunt for the first out. Scott Anderson bounced a potential double play ball to second but the return throw to first skidded away and Hayden sprinted home to give Easton the lead. "We never give up," Case said. "We always keep faith. Strange things happen when teams believe." Mancuso issued a out-out single to Nick Rabasco in the last of the seventh but retired Ben Breiner on a ground out and Ryan Sutovich on a fly ball to right to end it. "Every time we've called on Dominick this year he's done a great job," LaDuca said. "Today was really a good experience for him. It gave him a taste of playoff baseball and an air of confidence. "This is a great win for our program."

Rovers Hold off Pocono Mountain
District Playoffs, Easton Travel to Parkland
May 24, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Justin Souders must like walking a tight rope. The Easton Area High School senior pulled off his best Houdini act on Tuesday afternoon. Souders pitched four scoreless innings of relief and worked out of two major jams to spark the Red Rovers to a 6-4 victory over Pocono Mountain East in a District 11 Class AAAA preliminary-round baseball game at Richards Field. The win advances the Red Rovers (11-10) into today's 4 p.m. quarterfinal at top seed and Lehigh Valley Conference champion Parkland (18-4). The Trojans rallied to defeat Easton 8-6 on May 9. "Our kids are excited for the opportunity to play a tremendous Parkland team," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "It's a big challenge but our kids will give it everything they have." Greg Butto, Zach Olah, Colin Case and Kevin Nemeth, the first four hitters in Easton's lineup, each had two hits. Butto drove in two runs and Olah scored twice. Easton scored twice in each of the first two innings. The Red Rovers might have added to their 6-4 lead in the seventh except they had one runner caught stealing and another picked off. "I would have liked to have a few more runs," LaDuca said. "We got a little sloppy with our base running, but we did what we had to do to win the ball game." Essentially, that was hand the ball to Souders. The 6-foot-5 right-hander relieved Scott Anderson with Easton leading 5-4 and the Cardinals with a runner on second and no outs in the fourth inning. Souders wild pitched the runner to third but induced three ground outs to end the inning. "I just kept my head on straight and didn't let myself get worked up," said Souders, who used primarily a fastball with an occasional curve. "I have good fielding behind me and I just let the guys make the plays." Souders ran into trouble again in the fifth inning when a walk and a double put Cardinal runners on second and third with no outs. Souders again worked out of trouble with a strikeout, ground out to first base and fly out to right field. "I feel (the pressure) helped me," Souders said. "It gets me pumped up when I feel like my back is against the wall." "Scotty ran out of gas and we had Justin in reserve," LaDuca said. "We can't worry about the next day. Justin has pitched well recently in practice and he came in and did a great job on the mound." Pat Riley had two hits and drove in a pair of runs and Matt Gallagher doubled twice for Pocono Mountain East. "We just didn't have the timely hitting we needed today," said Cardinals coach Matt Loringer, whose team also committed three errors. "We haven't practiced on our field in a week. We've practiced in the gym and we weren't able to get our fielding down, either."

Rovers Open District Playoffs on the Road
May 22, 2011
The Easton Area High School varsity baseball team will open the District XI AAAA playoffs tomorrow on the road. The Rovers will travel to Pocono Mountain East to face the Cardinals in a play-in game tomorrow afternoon. Game time is 4pm.

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The winner of the game will travel to Parkland to face the number one seeded Trojans on Tuesday at 4pm.

June Diamond Club Meeting Information
May 15, 2011
The last meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2010-2011 school year will be held on Tuesday, June 7th at 7:00PM at the high school, room D208. Mark your calendar and plan on attending!

Freshman catcher makes early arrival on varsity
May 13, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Until January, freshman Luis Hernandez was nowhere to be found on the depth chart for Easton Area High School’s baseball team. The dynamics changed dramatically that month when it was learned star catcher Justin Pacchioli transferred to Nazareth. Junior Chase Bryant eventually took over behind the plate. Red Rovers coach Carm LaDuca recently took another hit when Bryant suffered a knee injury, which is expected to sideline him the rest of the season. Hernandez, a native of the Dominican Republic and who doesn’t speak English, was next in line for the job. Hernandez is expected to make his sixth straight start today when Easton plays Nazareth in the regular season finale at 4 p.m. at Nazareth Borough Park. It will be Pacchioli’s first game against his former teammates. Easton (10-9 overall, 7-6 LVC) began Thursday with a half-game lead over Liberty (12-6,, 8-6) atop the LVC East but that changed by day's end. The Red Rovers lost to Bethlehem Catholic 6-1, and the Hurricanes defeated rival Freedom 7-4, giving them the division crown on a division tie-breaker (best record within division). LaDuca first discovered Hernandez at an intramural workout over the winter. “He’s a stocky little thing, a Pudge Rodriguez type,” LaDuca said. “He’s got muscles coming out of the wazoo. The first thing I thought was ‘oh my god, this kid’s only a ninth grader?’ He has a lot of talent but you could tell he’s never really been coached. It took us a lot of work just to get him where he’s at now.” Hernandez’s family moved from the Dominican Republic to Easton two years ago. Hernandez spent last year at Easton Area Middle School. Hernandez is enrolled in Easton’s ESL (English Second Language) program. ESL is essentially the study of English by non-native speakers in an English-speaking environment. “From what I understand, all the teachers really like him,” LaDuca said. “He’s a nice young man. He always has that smile on his face. That’s Luis. He’s a very happy kid.” Danny Gonzalez, a student at Easton who was cut from the baseball team, has served as Hernandez’s interpreter in the dugout. “Danny has been a huge help to us,” LaDuca said. “He speaks perfect English but he also speaks Spanish very, very well. He’s at all the practices and everything. It’s a neat thing to see kids helping kids. Without him, it would be very difficult.” Hernandez began the season as the regular catcher on the Red Rovers’ junior varsity squad. His strong throwing arm was one of the main reasons he was elevated to varsity. Senior Steve Xiques is now the emergency catcher. “Luis has never missed a workout in the weight room,” LaDuca said. “He’s raw as a baseball player. He just needs some fine-tuning. We feel he needs to play.” LaDuca is confident Hernandez’s offense will come around. “He’s sort of a free swinger,” the coach said. “We think he can hold his own against most pitchers. Against the top-notch pitchers he might struggle for a while.” Hernandez has reportedly fit in well with his varsity teammates. “The seniors have done a good job making him feel welcome,” LaDuca said. “He feels he belongs on the team. He’s given us everything he has, and that’s all we can ask of him.” According to LaDuca, Hernandez’s biggest challenge is the spontaneous communication that comes up during the course of a game. “He can pretty much comprehend what we’re trying to get across to him,” he said. “His biggest problem is trying to communicate back to us.

Easton baseball team enduring a rigorous stretch
May 12, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Mother Nature caught up with the Easton Area High School baseball team. An abundance of rainouts resulted in the Red Rovers playing five games in as many days this week. "We had nine cancellations this year," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "I don't recall ever having this many postponements. I may be wrong, but I just don't remember that many. As the season progressed, it became more and more difficult to find possible dates. We've essentially played our last nine games in a real tight window." Easton had designs on winning the Lehigh Valley Conference East Division title. Those plans went by the wayside Thursday. The Red Rovers' loss to Bethlehem Catholic, coupled with Liberty's victory over Freedom, gave the Hurricanes the division crown. Easton could still tie Liberty for first place with a win over Nazareth today, but the Hurricanes own the tie-breaker based on a better record within the division. "It's been a very, very tough stretch," LaDuca said. "The biggest thing is, we haven't had much chance to practice and correct things. But there a lot of other teams in the same boat. You can't complain. You just have to deal with it." It hasn't been a lost week for Easton, however. Wednesday's win over Dieruff assured the Red Rovers a berth in the District 11 Class AAAA playoffs. "It's a nice achievement to get that goal accomplished," LaDuca said. "We have to keep playing good baseball and hope things shake out for us. We have to approach each day in a positive way."

Souders' four-hitter paces Easton to 4-1 victory over Liberty
May 10, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Justin Souders pitched a four-hitter and Kevin Nemeth blasted a two-run homer in the first inning today to lead Easton Area High School's baseball team to a 4-1 Lehigh Valley Conference victory over Liberty at Richards Field. The win ends a five-game losing streak for the Red Rovers (9-8 overall, 6-5 league) and pulls them into a virtual tie for first place with Liberty (11-6, 7-6) in the LVC East. The only run off Souders came on Luis Garcia's RBI groundout in the fourth inning. "We got a tremendous effort from Justin Souders today," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "We know what kind of pitcher he is. This was his best outing of the year." Easton gave Souders all the support he needed by scoring three runs in the first inning off Matt Albright. Greg Butto led off with a walk. One out later shortstop Colin Case smoked an RBI triple to deep right-center. Nemeth followed with a towering drive over the left field fence. The Red Rovers added another run in the sixth inning when Steven Xiques scored on a wild pitch.

May 2011 Diamond Club Meeting
April 29, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club will be held on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7PM in the high school, Room D208. Plans for Roverfest and Senior Day will be discussed. Please plan on attending.

Solid execution carries Easton past Bethlehem Catholic
April 25, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times The Easton Area High School baseball team seemed to do all the right things in the sixth inning of Monday morning's 3-0 victory over Bethlehem Catholic as part of the Lehigh Valley Conference Play Day at Coca-Cola Park. Connor Casey of Bethlehem Catholic and Scott Anderson of Easton were locked in a scoreless pitcher's dual when the Red Rovers came to bat in the bottom of the sixth. Lead off batter Greg Butto started the uprising with a liner into the right-center field gap that he stretched into a double. Anderson struck out, but Butto alertly advanced to third when the ball was dropped by the catcher. With the infield drawn in, Colin Case slapped a ground single to right field to get the Red Rovers on the board. "I thought about a (suicide) squeeze," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said, "but Colin is a senior captain and I wanted to give him a chance to drive the run in." Case admitted his chances improved significantly with the infield moved in. "The holes are bigger with the infield in and if you hit it on the ground it might scoot by," he said. "During batting practice we've really worked on hitting with runners in scoring position. We've struggled in that area lately." The run turned out to be enough for Anderson, who finished with a two-hit shutout. But the Red Rovers didn't stop there. Kevin Nemeth and Jon Bisci walked to load the bases. Conor Mulrine blooped an RBI single into short right-center, and pinch hitter Zach Olah delivered a sacrifice fly to short center field. "Those are the little things you have to do to win a close ball game," LaDuca said. Easton is now 3-0 in Play Day games at Coca-Cola Park. The Red Rovers defeated Parkland and Whitehall the previous two seasons. "This is my third year playing here so the nerves are kind of gone by now," Case said. "My sophomore year I was pretty nervous. Now I'm a senior captain and I get to enjoy it, I'd say." Even in defeat, Bethlehem Catholic coach Mike Grasso was grateful for the opportunity to play at the home of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. "I'm so happy for the kids," Grasso said. "I'm just glad we got the game in. It's a great atmosphere here and I'd really like to thank the IronPigs organization. They've really extended themselves to us."

Rovers fall in 10 innings
April 19, 2011
By Tom Hinkle, courtesy of the Express-Times Junior David Rosenberger had 19 strikeouts and Craig Miller's RBI single broke an eighth inning tie today as Central Catholic High School's baseball team posted a 3-1 Lehigh Valley Conference victory over Easton at Richards Field. The University of Virginia-bound Rosenberger allowed five hits and struck out every batter in Easton's lineup at least once. "You just have to tip your cap to a great effort by Rosenberger," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "He's certainly one of the best pitchers in the entire area." Lead-off batter Greg Butto had two hits for Easton (4-2 overall, 2-1 conference) and scored its run on a first inning throwing error.

Todays Game Postponed
April 17, 2011
Todays Varsity game against Bethlehem Catholic that was supposed to be played at Coca Cola Park, has been cancelled due to poor field conditions. No makeup date has been set.

All Games are Cancelled Today
April 9, 2011
Both the Varsity and JV games against Pleasant Valley have been cancelled. No makeup date has been set. In addition, the Freshman double header against Reading has also been cancelled. Yesterday's rainout against Central Catholic will be made up on April 29th.

Liberty Doubles up Easton
April 7, 2011
Robert Bertolotti struck out four batters in two innings of relief today as Liberty High School's baseball team hung on for a 4-2 Lehigh Valley Conference victory over previously unbeaten Easton at William Sheridan Field. Bertolotti relieved winning pitcher Matt Albright in the sixth inning with Liberty (2-1 overall, 1-1 LVC) leading 4-2 and Easton runners on first and second with no outs. Bertolotti walked the first batter he faced but got out of the jam on a ground out and two strikeouts. Bertolotti walked two more batters in the seventh but struck out Jonathan Bisci to end it. "Robert is as capable as anybody," Liberty coach Andy Pitsilos said. "He really showed he can bear down and focus. That's upstairs. He has a tough mentality." Shortstop Jim McCarthy was 2-for-2 with two stolen bases, a double, run scored, and RBI for Liberty. Greg Butto had an RBI double in the third inning for Easton (3-1, 1-1).

April Diamond Club Meeting Information
April 3, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2010-2011 school year will be held on Wednesday, April 20th at 7:30PM at the High School, in Room D208. Bingo results will be discussed as well as plans for Roverfest. Mark your calendar and plan on attending!

Easton tops Hazleton 10-6
LVC play begins next week
April 2, 2011
Justin Souders picked up the win on the hill for the Rovers in a 10-6 non-league game victory over visiting Hazleton. Souders was backed by two 3 run HR by Jon Bisci and Kevin Nemeth.

Mulrine, Anderson lead Rovers to 13-2 Win
March 29, 2011
Conor Mulrine had 4 RBI and Scott Anderson pitched 4 innings with 5 strikeouts to help lead Easton past East Stroudsburg North in the 2011 season opener for the Rovers yesterday afternoon. Colin Case, Kevin Nemeth and Chase Bryant chipped in with 2 RBI a piece and Steven Xiques knocked in another run.

Bucky Dent Camp Pictures
March 25, 2011


Day 2 at the Bucky Dent School of Baseball
March 22, 2011
Day 2 at the Bucky Dent School of Baseball brought 84 degree sunny skies and a ton of baseball. The Rovers started their day with a second round of morning instruction by the school’s professional instructors including Bucky Dent himself. He worked with our infielders on numerous skills surrounding the bag at second….double plays, footwork, etc. Pitchers and Outfielders worked in their respective areas and as the morning session came to a close the group received praise from the Dent School Instructors. The afternoon brought about game # 2 for the Easton B team who defeated Moses Brown B team 14-2 and Easton A received more instruction from the camp teachers on hitting and fielding. After a very busy two days the Rovers headed for some relaxation and their evening dinner. A study session to complete school work followed before the evening light workout under the lights. Easton team A will play on Friday morning at 9am to complete the scrimmages allowed during the week.


The Florida Trip Begins
March 21, 2011
After a safe arrival into Ft. Lauderdale Airport Sunday night, a solid nights sleep was necessary in preparation for a full Monday of baseball. A 6:30 wake up call made way for a team breakfast and an orientation session with Chicago Cubs great Larry Hoskin. Bucky Dent Baseball School day one started with seventy-degree clear skies, perfect for the Easton Baseball Team to begin a week of hard work with past Major League Baseball coaches and players including Bucky Dent himself. A team stretch and callisthenic warm up started our morning workout followed by position players being divided up for individual instruction. During this time infielders had the opportunity to be instructed and take infield practice with Bucky Dent while outfielders, pitchers, and catchers received individual instruction from other MLB personalities. After a two-hour workout, lunch preceded the afternoons contests between the Easton Area High School Baseball Program Team A and Team B. Glenelg, a high school baseball program from Maryland took on Easton’s Team A on a field built to mimic the historic Fenway Park in Boston. Easton Team A won the afternoon’s contest 8-2. The Easton B team played a program from Rhode Island called Moses Brown. Team B won the contest 8-7.

Yankee great Bucky Dent working with our infielders ( Case, Nemeth, Horton, and McBrairty)Pitching Instruction

Bucky Dent working with 3B Kevin Nemeth's formView from dorm area out to playing facilities


Next Diamond Club meeting announced
March 12, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club will be held on Tuesday, March 29th at 7PM in the high school, Room D208. This will be the last meeting prior to the bingo fundraiser. Please plan on attending.

March Diamond Club Meeting Information
February 21, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2010-2011 school year will be held on Thursday, March 10th at 7PM at the High School, in Room D208. Final plans for the upcoming Florida trip and bingo will be discussed. Mark your calendar and plan on attending!

Post Dance Diamond Club Meeting Scheduled
February 10, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club will be held on Thursday, February 17th at 7PM in room D208 at the high school. The success of the dance, the upcoming bingo fundraiser and details/ undraising for the upcoming Florida trip will be discussed. As our biggest fundraiser is right around the corner, your help is needed to make it a success. Your attendance at this meeting is very important. Please plan to join us!

February Diamond Club Meeting Information
January 12, 2011
The next meeting of the Easton Baseball Diamond Club for the 2010-2011 school year will be held on Tuesday, February 1st at 7PM at the High School, in Room D208. Final plans for the Dance to be held on Feb. 12th will be discussed as well as more information on the Florida Trip and upcoming Bingo. Mark your calendars to attend. Your support is needed!


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    EAHS, Room C111
    7:00pm
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