2017 Rover News


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Fall Baseball 2017 Practice Announcement
August 27, 2017

Fall baseball will meet this Wed. Aug.30. Practice for grades 11-12 will be after school at 2:45 to 4:30. Grades 8-9-10 will then follow and meet at 4:45 - 6:30. These practices will take place on the main Varsity field at EAHS.

Each player should come prepared for practice with their baseball equipment, hat, and may wear shorts or baseball pants. Checks for $125 should be made to Easton Baseball and must be in to Coach LaDuca or Bisco by no later than Thursday Aug. 31. Again - as posted in the original announcement this league is privately run and has no affiliation with Easton High School Athletics or the PIAA. Monies are used for insurance, field maintenance, umpire fees, baseballs, shirts for the players, and league fees.

A copy of game schedules will be posted to the website this week and will be given to the players at practice Wed. Each level will play a schedule of 10 fall games throughout the month of Sept. and early Oct. The Varsity Level will play in a round robin single elimination playoff also.

Any questions you may have can be directed to Coach LaDuca for Grades 11-12 at laducac@eastonsd.org or for grades 8-9-10 to Coach Bisco at biscoj@eastonsd.org

Thank you! We look forward to a great Fall season.

Coaching Staff

Fall Baseball 2017
August 8, 2017

Easton will be participating in our annual 2017 Fall baseball league in conjunction with other high schools in the area starting in early September. Freedom, Phillipsburg, Salisbury, Whitehall, PV, and Stroudsburg are a part to just name a few. Generally, it includes about 10 teams and the season runs through approximately mid October. Generally, the schedule will have us playing two games a week on average during school days from Monday through Thursday. We do not have any scheduled weekend games which allows players to play tournament ball on weekends if they so desire.

The league is not affiliated with Easton High School Athletics due to PIAA rules out of season. Therefore the league will charge a fee for each team and player to pay for Insurance through USSSA, Balls, Umpires, Shirts and other league costs. The cost is determined by the need for all of the listed expenses. Again - The school does not pay for anything related to this program in the fall. The league feels the costs to be very reasonable as the goal of the league is to provide players with an outlet to improve their game in an inexpensive way.

In the past a fee of $125 was charged - we would expect that figure to remain constant. This fee can be made out to Easton Baseball.

Players entering grades 8-12 are welcome to participate. We will field two teams based on age and grade level and ability level as well.

Players interested in participating in the fall - there are no tryouts or cuts. All players will be included in the league. Players should send Coach LaDuca their the following bits of information by Wednesday August 23.

Email and Player Cell Phone Contact #
Birthdate
Shirt Size
Full Name and Grade Level in Fall 2017

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.

Former Rover Beinlich Among NCAA Division II HR Leaders
April 30, 2017

Article Courtesy of Tom Bonekember, Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League
Nick Beinlich Photo Courtesy of Belmont Abbey Athletics

Nick Beinlich Photo Courtesy of Belmont Abbey Athletics Nick Beinlich (Belmont Abbey, Lehigh Valley Catz, 2014) has hit 20 home runs and is tied for second in the NCAA Division II statistics.

Beinlich, a speedy RS-junior outfielder, leads off for Belmont Abbey and has a .387 average with 29 stolen bases. He is in the elite 20-20 club with 20 home runs and 29 stolen bases.

The Easton Pa. native was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year and his walk off 11th inning home run gave Belmont Abbey a win in the first round of conference playoffs. Beinlich went three-for-five on Saturday and the Crusaders advance to the Conference Championship game on Sunday.

Easton Tops Voorhees in Cooperstown, NY
April 26, 2017

Easton defeated Voorhees, NJ on Doubleday Field in Cooperstown NY at the Baseball Hall of Fame this afternoon 7-3.

Eddie Olsen picked up the win on the mound throwing 6 innings allowing one unearned run.

Nick Yannuzzelli had a two RBI single and Scott Poulson had a solo home run.

George Eberle was 2-4 with 3 RBI for Voorhees.

Voorhees is now 7-3 and Easton 6-5.

Nazareth baseball surges ahead with win over Easton
April 20, 2017

By Greg Joyce | lehighvalleylive.com

Ben Suter lived life on the dangerous side Thursday afternoon.

With his Nazareth baseball team already trailing Easton 2-0 in the third inning, Suter loaded the bases with one out. He then buckled down and struck out the next two batters.

Again in the fourth, the Red Rovers put runners on every bag with two outs and couldn't cash in as Suter got a fly ball to keep it a two-run game.   

"I just figured if we were going to win this game, we can't give up a lot of runs," the pitcher said. "So I just fought through it." Suter's offense soon rewarded him for it as the Blue Eagles rallied for four runs in the top of the fifth en route to a 5-2 win over Easton at Richards Field.

"Really, (Suter) won us the game getting out of those two innings," Nazareth coach Bryan Wolf said. "That's a huge EPC win for us. Any time you come down to Easton on their home field and get a W, that's huge."

The Blue Eagles (7-4) have now won four straight and are surging at the right time as they enter the gauntlet part of their schedule. The win over the Red Rovers (4-4), Nazareth's first since 2013, comes on the heels of a 7-5 win at Whitehall on Wednesday.

Senior Cade Stoneback drove in the winning run in both games. On Wednesday, it was a three-run home run in the seventh inning and on Thursday it was a line drive single that scored Ian Henderson and made it a 3-2 game.

"I was just keeping my head small, looking for singles," Stoneback said. "We have excellent momentum. We're playing better as a team, we're actually awake in the dugout now and our bats are coming alive tremendously."

Henderson, Steven Stasolla and Nick Skirtich each drove in a run in the inning, with some help from a pair of Red Rovers errors.

With the 4-2 lead in hand, Suter went back to the mound in the bottom of the fifth and came through with a shutdown, 1-2-3 inning. Then after Nazareth added a run in the sixth, he did the same thing again in the bottom of the inning.

"That was huge," Suter said. "The morale just had a huge swing over to our dugout after that."

The junior pointed to his fastball command as key to getting out of the jams. He located the heaters when he needed to most, finishing the day throwing six-plus innings with six strikeouts while scattering eight hits and two walks.

"Ben's the ultimate competitor and when he's on the mound, he thinks he is going to beat the opposing team no matter who it is," Wolf said. "The way Ben is, he's fearless."

Stoneback relieved Suter with a man on first in the top of the seventh and needed just five pitches to pin down the save.

Henderson went 3-for-3 out of the leadoff spot with a run and a pair of RBIs while No. 9 batter and senior shortstop Kevin Wagner added a pair of hits and a sacrifice bunt that led to a run.

The Blue Eagles had hit the ball hard in the early innings but often found gloves — including a pair of stellar grabs by Easton center fielder Cam Hubbard and shortstop Sean Boylan. They stuck to the same approach, though, and it finally paid off late.

"I kept telling them when they came off the field from defense that we were having really good at-bats," Wolf said. "The balls weren't falling, but I just kind of told them to keep having good at-bats, they'll fall. They did. We kept good approaches all day, hit line drives, ran around the bases a little bit and made things happen."

Hubbard added a 3-for-4 day at the dish with a run scored for the Red Rovers and Eddie Olsen and Boylan each added RBI singles, but clutch hits were otherwise tough to come by.

"I believe the game was lost when we had bases loaded in consecutive innings and didn't score," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "We could have lengthened that lead and made the game a whole different kind of game. And then defensively, we fell apart in that (fifth) inning. … It was very frustrating today because we feel like we had the opportunity to win that ballgame and we didn't execute." The Red Rovers still have a chance to win three out of four games this week if they can bounce back Saturday against Bethlehem Catholic.

"Credit to Nazareth for getting out of it (the jams), but we talked about having better at-bats and doing a better job," LaDuca said. "Our practices have been all about putting balls in play with less than two outs and giving yourself up to get those runs in. The kids are trying and I'm not slighting them. This is a difficult game, as we all know."

Rovers Support EPC Initiative Fighting Pancreatic Cancer (Lustgarten Foundation)
April 19, 2017

Please read the league press release and support our cause by clinking on the link below to join the Rovers in this great cause!

This preseason, Parkland senior pitcher, Michael Jenkins' father passed away after battling pancreatic cancer. Some of the Emmaus baseball players went to the viewing for Mr. Jenkins and immediately wanted to do something to help the family and offer their support in a meaningful way. While we are all opponents on the baseball field, each and every one of us is on the same team against cancer. Unfortunately, there are more players than just Michael Jenkins whose family members are negatively impacted by cancer each season. Our league has many great players, coaches, family members, and members of the community. It is time that we come together as teammates to do our part and play against cancer.

This year, on April 22, all the EPC teams are playing a league game on a Saturday and this will be our Strike Out Cancer Game for all teams that want to participate. Players of participating teams are seeking donors to pledge for every offensive hit and strikeout from their pitching staff. All of the proceeds will go to the Lustgarten Foundation for pancreatic cancer research.

In this fundraising campaign, everyone wins. Our players will play their best for reasons way more important than batting averages and ERA's. The performance of our players will raise money and awareness for the Lustgarten Foundation. Lastly, while we battle on the playing field, our programs will support one another in this effort. We will come together as a league and show that we are all on the same side as we attempt to Strike Out Cancer.

Please join the Rovers and use the following link! Thank you!

Click here to Help Strike Out Cancer.


Easter Egg Hunt and Collegiate Prospect Camp Info
April 10, 2017

The Rover baseball teams will again be conducting our annual Easter Egg Hunt for children of the EASD this coming Saturday April 15 at 10am on our main Baseball Field. Children ages Kindergarten to Grade 4 are eligible to participate.

Easton Players and Parents,

All Star Baseball will be hosting their annual Lehigh Valley Prospect Camp at our field again this June. This is the 4th year of their Lehigh Valley Event at Easton. This year's showcase will have 30 College Coaches in attendance and I know over the years a lot of our players have attended and benefited from the camp.

ASBA will offer any Easton player a discount on the camp until May 1st. The camp will be discounted $75 through May 1st. They do take limited players by position for the event.

All Star Baseball has has over 600 alumni who have moved on to College or Professional Baseball.

Players will play 2 games over the course of this 2 day event as well as run the 60 yard dash, perform the defensive showcase and take batting practice in front of all the colleges.

Mike McCardell will be our contact for this event and he can be reached to register or follow up with any questions at 610-764-6879. He has already come out to the school and talked with all of our underclassmen.

Click here to view the event page.


Rovers fall to Liberty in EPC Opener
April 8, 2017

By Greg Joyce | lehighvalleylive.com

Sammy Kraihanzel had himself a day at the plate Saturday, going 4-for-5 with four RBIs and even a stolen base.

But it was the senior's relief pitching that had the biggest hand in the Liberty baseball team's win over Easton.

Kraihanzel provided a calming touch to an otherwise chaotic game as the Hurricanes beat the Red Rovers 11-5 in an EPC Steel Division matchup at Richards Field.

"I'm always looking to go forward to the next pitch, regardless of what happens," Kraihanzel said. "I'm usually one of the most level-headed kids on the team, so I'm usually the one picking them up. Just gotta keep calm."

Kraihanzel took over on the mound in the second inning as Liberty was clinging to a 6-3 lead. He allowed a two-run single to the first batter he faced to make it a one-run game, but got out of further trouble and escaped the jam.

In the third inning, Kraihanzel loaded the bases with one out on an error, a walk and a single, but again locked down to keep Easton off the board.

From there, Kraihanzel recorded three straight 1-2-3 innings, the first of which almost came as a shock to those in attendance — a 10-pitch frame that lasted a fraction of any other half inning before it.

"That was the greatest," Kraihanzel said. "Got to sit down for a little bit."

After starting the game at third base, Kraihanzel didn't allow a run over the final five innings while striking out six and allowing only two hits.

Meanwhile, he and his teammates kept on hitting to record their second EPC win in less than 24 hours.

"Sammy can do a lot of things," Liberty coach Andy Pitsilos said. "He can start, he can relieve, he can throw three or four pitches for strikes at any time. On a lot teams, he'd be their No. 1. It just happens we have a lot of depth pitching. He plays third base also, so we won't kill his arm. He'll be in relief most of the year and he can just come in and throw strikes and he has good secondary pitches." Kraihanzel was just one of a handful of Hurricanes who made an impact at the plate. Shortstop Elias Gross went 3 for 5 with two doubles, a triple and two RBIs; second baseman Jake Morgan went 3 for 4 with a walk and an RBI; and catcher Jared Burcin went 1 for 3 with a triple, a sacrifice fly and two RBIs.

After beating Nazareth 11-2 on Friday afternoon, Liberty hung another 11-spot on Easton and looked like their bats were in midseason form despite playing just their third game of the season after a pile of rainouts.

"We're all hitting the ball pretty well," Kraihanzel said. "We were just ready to go after the first loss to Wilson West Lawn and not playing while everyone else had three or four games. We were just ready to go."

Easton, which ended the Hurricanes' season last year on this same field in the District 11 quarterfinals, had answers for Liberty's early punches but couldn't keep up.

After going down by two runs in the top of the first, the Red Rovers came back with three runs in the bottom half of the inning, including a two-run single from Stephen Baiardi. And when the Hurricanes took the lead back in the top of the second, Easton responded by closing within 6-5 in the bottom half of the inning on another two-run single, this one from Eddie Olsen.

"For a young team, we were happy with the way our kids responded after the first and second innings, but let's face facts: we made some mistakes against a very good hitting team that you can't make," Red Rovers coach Carm LaDuca said. "… That's a good hitting team over there. We're a young group, we're learning and I think it was important to see themselves match up against a very good team today. Now we know what we have to work on and how we have to move forward."

Easton's pitching staff racked up eight walks, which hurt their case for a comeback. After losing 177.2 of its 179 innings from last year's district championship squad, the Red Rovers are still trying to find and build up pitching depth as the season goes on.

"I know our pitching coaches are working very hard with a lot of the guys and we're doing our best to try to figure out where we're going with things," LaDuca said. "If we can get good work from Eddie and (Scott Poulson) and then complement a few other guys, we'll be okay. I think we're going to be okay."

Easton Baseball Alumni Featured!
March 19, 2017

The Easton Baseball program is unveiling a new feature on our website that will allow us to share with all of our supporters and past players and fans a deep history of special people who made significant contributions to Easton Baseball through the years.

Past players and coaches will be spotlighted to show the rich history of Easton Baseball and honor their achievements. People from each decade will be given the chance to share their memories and to basically give us all a snapshot of "where are they now?"

Please take note of this new feature to share in this rich tradition and to also see the current Red Rovers in College playing baseball. These new features are located under the new Alumni menu option.

We are extremely proud of all of our alumni! Enjoy!

Rover Coaching Staff

Varsity , JV, and Freshmen Team Equipment Order: Important!
March 18, 2017

Please use the following link for SVSG and our spike, turf, and helmet order. Please complete your order by Wed. 3/22/2017.

Refer to the paper given to you by each your coach in order to understand what each level is responsible to order. Any questions regarding this order please contact Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org

Thank you!
Coach LaDuca

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Rover baseball Apparel Sale
March 14, 2017
Easton Baseball Apparel Sale
Rover Players, Parents, and Supporters - if you are looking for 2017 Rover Baseball Apparel please click on the link below to see various choices of Rover clothing!

The sale is completed through Schuykill Valley Sporting Goods in the Palmer Mall. Information is available on the SVSG link. If there are any questions regarding the sale - please contact Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org.

The Link is also available on Twitter @roverbaseball

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EAHS Baseball Designer Purse Bingo
March 6, 2017
Easton Baseball Diamond Club
The Easton Baseball Diamond Club is sponsoring our annual Designer Purse Bingo on Sunday April 2, 2017 in the EAHS Cafeteria.

Doors Open at 10:30am and Bingo begins at Noon. Purses include Vera Bradley, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, and Coach.

Please see the attached link for the flyer concerning tickets for the event and the proper contacts.

A Donation Letter to use for local businesses is also linked. Hope to see you there!!!!

Click here to download the flyer with information.


Click here to download the business donation letter.


Rovers in College Baseball
February 23, 2017

The Easton Baseball Program would like to recognize our current alumni playing College Baseball currently to show our pride in their continued pursuit of a strong education and their excellent contributions to their current collegiate baseball teams.

Please see our page above, Grads in College, to view the list with a to link collegiate websites for more information on each player.

We wish all of them well in their upcoming season.

Players are listed by Graduation, PlayerName and University/College below.

2013 - Nick Beinlich, Belmont Abbey

2014 - Jarrid Kosa, Eastern University
2014 - Troy Naiden, Eastern University
2014 - Brad Wilkins, King’s College

2015 - Conor Smith, Misericordia University
2015 - Jayson Mitch, Drew University
2015 - Casey Brown, Centenary University
2015 - Sean McKee, King’s College

2016 - Devon King, Post University
2016 - Corey Webb, West Chester Univ.
2016 - Trey Durrah, Lafayette College
2016 - Pete Violante, Drew University
2016 - Bryan Reagle, Drew University
2016 - Alex Kounoupis, DeSales University

Impact Concussion Testing Postponed
February 21, 2017

All Baseball Players who were to take the Impact Concussion Testing on Wed. Feb.22 at 5:15pm - it has been postponed due to a computer issue.

Our training staff has asked that the test for baseball players will now be administered on Monday Feb. 27 at 5:15pm in the Writing Lab.

8th Grade Gym Schedule
February 12, 2017

8th Grade Open Gyms - Monday 2/13, Tuesday 2/21, Tuesday 2/28 will be held in EAHS Aux Gym from 5-7pm each date.

All questions regarding these dates should be sent to biscoj@eastonsd.org

Important February Dates for Easton Baseball
February 9, 2017
Important Announcements for Easton Baseball can be found here on the site or on Twitter @eastonbaseball. Please use both media sources for staying informed.

1. With the cancellation of school today - interested players who still need sign up and physical paperwork should report to room B220 and see Coach LaDuca for the papers as soon as possible!

2. Baseball players who have not had the computer based "Impact" concussion test for an EASD team this current school year or last year 2015-16 will have to report to the EAHS Writing Lab (Next to Library) on Wednesday Feb. 22 at 5:15pm to take this test with our training staff.

3. St. Luke's Post workout testing will take place at EAHS in the main gym on Thursday Feb. 23 at 2:30pm after school. This is for Grade 9-12 players only who have been lifting all winter with the St. Luke's physical trainers. All other players signing up do not need to attend.

4. Easton Baseball Physicals - All interested players in Grades 8-12 MUST attend this physical date (Sat. Feb 25 at 9:15am ) to turn in all paperwork medical and otherwise. Located in EAHS Main gym lobby.....Physicals cost $20 that morning if you need a doctor at the school to complete one. If you have had your physical done by a private physician you must attend that morning to turn in that paperwork. Please make sure all signature areas of the forms are signed by you and your parents.....Recertifications by St. Luke's doctors are free unless you are under the care of a physician for an injury that occurred during a previous season....a $5 fee for reexamination will be charged in that case. This only applies to those who had physicals at EAHS for a prior sport. No Physical - No tryout! All players must be approved and cleared by our medical staff. The Medical staff will collect all papers dealing with medical information. The remaining papers will be collected by our coaching staff that morning. Our coaches can not accept the medical forms early or at anytime in any way. Any issues with the time of the physical or any conflicts must be addressed with Coach LaDuca and Rochelle Gilbert our head trainer. We strongly suggest YOU be there at the assigned time.

5. Parent Orientation Meeting will be held at 6pm on Thursday March 2 in the main gym for all Spring Sports and then breakout rooms for each individual sport also.

6. First day of PIAA practice and tryouts are Monday March 6, 2017!

If there are any questions feel free to email them to:

Varsity and General Program Questions:
Coach LaDuca - laducac@eastonsd.org
Junior Varsity - Coach Kanusky (kanuskyr@eastonsd.org)
Freshmen - Coach Bisco (biscoj@eastonsd.org)

Thank you - The Coaching Staff

Booster Club Meeting - February 1, 2017
January 30, 2017
Easton Baseball Diamond Club
Hello everyone. We will be meeting this Wednesday, February 1, at 7:00 in room C111.

It is important to have as many people there so we can get ready for the Purse Bingo being held April 2.


  • Next Meeting
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    EAHS, Room C111
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