2021 Rover News


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Fall Baseball Schedule - Week of Sept. 27-30
September 26, 2021

Monday - JV Game - Home - Kunkle Field 4pm - Becahi

Tuesday - Varsity Game - Northampton - Kunkle Field -4pm

Wednesday - JV Away @ Nazareth Intermediate School - 4pm

Thursday - Varsity - Central Catholic @ Coplay - 4pm

Fall Baseball - Week of Sept 20-23, 2021
September 19, 2021

Monday 9/20
Practice for Varsity on Varsity Field 2:45pm
JV Game on Kunkle vs Becahi 4pm (Coach Kanusky assigns team)

Tuesday 9/21
Varsity game on Kunkle vs Central Catholic 4pm

Wednesday 9/22
JV game on Kunkle 4pm Central Catholic (Coach Kanusky Assigned Team)

Thursday 9/23
Varsity game on Kunkle Tract 4 pm vs PM East

Fall Baseball Week of Sept. 13-16
September 12, 2021

Varsity - Practice Tuesday 2:45pm
Game Wed vs Bethlehem Catholic at 4pm Home

JV - Players were told there would be practice Tuesday 9/14 at 2:45pm (Kunkle Field) at their first practice. There is NO scrimmage Monday as originally posted. Players are encouraged to listen to the instructions given to them at each practice. Teams will be divided into Red and White teams and told Tuesday which team they are on and when they will be playing each week. Weather and other factors will determine weekly who plays when. Direct contact and questions should be sent to Coach Ryan Kanusky at kanuskyr@eastonsd.org

All players will be playing in each contest and we have the ability to bat more than 9 players and make defensive substitutions at any time. Reentry for all players is possible as well! The Fall league is developmental and no statistics will be kept on Game Changer Apps etc. The goal is to get all players the opportunity to improve their skills in a competitive environment!

Coach Kanusky will let all players know who is playing in game 1 on Wed. A schedule will be given thereafter for all players. The schedule is fluid and may change weekly again due to weather etc.

Fall Baseball - Week of Sept.7-10
September 6, 2021

9/7 - Varsity practice Grades 11-12 Tuesday - Varsity Field 2:45-4:30pm
9/8 - Varsity Practice Grades 11-12 Wed. - Varsity Field 2:45 - 4:30pm
9/9 - Varsity Game - At Nazareth 4:00pm Naz. MS Field

9/8 - JV - Grades 8-10 Practice on Kunkle Tract Field at EAHS (Upper Field), at 2:45pm 8th Grade players should arrive when they are able due to their later school dismissal.

Any questions please direct them to Coach LaDuca - laducac@eastonsd.org

Fall Varsity Practice still on for tomorrow
September 1, 2021

Fall Baseball Varsity Practice is still on for Thursday Sept 2 after school at 2:45pm at the moment! Field conditions will be assessed tomorrow and a decision will be made at that point to practice or postpone.

Please look to Twitter for tomorrow’s update and for those who do not have a Twitter account please look at the site in the lower right corner to see the current Twitter feed.


Fall Baseball Practice September 1 Cancelled
August 31, 2021

Fall Baseball Varsity Grades 11-12 will NOT practice on Wednesday Sept. 1 due to the rain from Hurricane Ida forecasted for our region. Players should look for an announcement on Twitter and the site regarding a possible Thursday practice if we are able and further instruction if we are not.

Grades 8-9-10 practices will begin next week and an announcement will be posted sometime over the Labor Day weekend regarding that schedule.

As always all players should check Twitter and our website daily for up to the minute changes.

Coach LaDuca

Fall Baseball Practice Announcement and Schedules 2021
August 28, 2021

Please follow @roverbaseball on Twitter for the most up to date announcements and changes on Fall baseball practices, games, and announcements. Reminder that all fall baseball activities are NOT affiliated with the EASD and questions about schedules, rain outs, practices, or any other issue with fall baseball must be addressed to the coaches directly and NOT the Athletic Office. Email laducac@eastonsd.org with questions on all aspects of the fall league and then your child's specific coach once we get started.

Practice
Grades 11-12 will practice Sept. 1-2 (Wed. and Thursday at 2:45) after school on the main varsity baseball field.
Games will begin the week of Sept. 7.

Grades 8-10 will begin Practice the week of Sept. 7 and exact practice times and locations will be posted days prior to that week once established.
Games will begin the week of Sept. 13

Fees for the Fall baseball Season will be $150 for Varsity and $100 for JV payable to "Easton Baseball" and is due no later than Sept. 10.

Fees include Insurance, Baseballs, Umpire Fees, Shorts and T shirts for weight training, and a Game shirt for fall. Coaches will discuss all key components of the league and the games as we move forward in practices etc.

Tentative game schedules: These are subject to changes for weather, field availability, etc. All games are 4pm unless noted.

Game Schedules

Varsity
Tuesday 9/7 - Freedom - H
Thursday 9/9 - Nazareth - A
Wednesday - 9/15 Becahi - H
Tuesday 9/21 Central - H
Thursday 9/23 PM East - H
Tuesday 9/28 Northampton - H
Thursday 9/30 Central - A at Coplay
Tuesday 10/5 Freedom - A
Thursday 10/7 Becahi - H
Wednesday 10/13 - Whitehall - A
Playoffs Week of Oct 18-21
Halloween Game - Saturday - 10/30 - H - 1pm

JV
Monday -9/13 - Easton vs Easton Scrimmage - H - 3:30pm
Wednesday 9/15 Central - A at Coplay
Monday 9/20 Becahi - H
Wednesday 9/22 Central - H
Monday 9/27 Becahi - H
Wednesday 9/29 - Nazareth - A - Naz. MS
Tuesday 10/5 Whitehall - A
Wednesday 10/6 Nazareth - H
Monday 10/11 Northampton - A
Thursday 10/14 Nazareth - A
Monday 10/18 - Easton vs Easton - H - 3:30pm
Wednesday 10/20 Northampton - H
Halloween Game - Saturday 10/30 - H - 11am


Fall Baseball Sign ups 2021
August 10, 2021

Please follow Twitter @roverbaseball and website www.roverbaseball.com for up to date information at all times.

We are excited to offer the fall baseball program in 2021. We expect to begin the first week of school for practice , etc. Prospective players will be given all the information regarding specific protocols to follow in person at our first meetings and practices. Games are played on Weekdays – Monday to Thursday and there are no weekend games on the schedule. Varsity games will mostly be Tuesday and Thursday. JV can be M-TH. The fall baseball program is one where players can play the game and practice in an environment of development that focuses on becoming better players for tryouts in the spring. All players interested in grades 8-12 are eligible.

Covid 19 protocols at the moment are not requiring masking in the outdoor setting as in the past. Those who want to wear a mask may do so.

Players interested in playing this fall will be as in the past required to pay a fee to play. (See below) This is because the league is a privately funded league and has costs related to it from baseballs, player insurance, umpire fees, league fees, field fees, etc. The Fall baseball teams have no affiliation with the EASD in any way. No transportation is provided and please do not call the athletic office regarding anything to do with fall baseball. All contacts should be made to the coaches directly.

We will have a Varsity team that will compete against the following list of schools. Typically, we play 10 games with a tournament at the end of the league. The JV squad will play a similar amount of games.The season typically runs through September and to mid October.

Easton
Freedom
Central Catholic
Northampton
Whitehall
Nazareth
Pocono Mountain East
Pleasant Valley - Possible
Pocono Mountain West - Possible

Players going into Grades 10-12 for the 2020-21 school year will be considered for varsity fall placement. Some players may be asked to play JV games and some varsity games at times dependent on ability and positional needs. Flexible rosters will be used. All seniors will play varsity level fall ball at times.

JV games will be scheduled as well with these schools and will also use Kunkle and the main Varsity field as s home field. At times we will intrasquad scrimmage as well.

JV teams will be made up of grades 9-10 primarily and we will have a limited number of spots for players entering grade 8.

Financial amounts will be set very soon once the league gives us the fees schedule etc. Typically, it falls in the $125 range but we expect it to be slightly higher because this year we are adding a few things for our players.

Players will be receiving the following in the fee: This fee will be finalized over the next few weeks after getting information from the league organizer.

Game shirt – used for Fall games

Workout tee with Easton Baseball – Used for weight training and Zoned training in winter Pair of shorts with Easton Baseball – Same as above

All players need their own helmet in red matte by the spring for our program because of not sharing equipment and uniform requirements. Team Helmets will be provided for those in the fall that do not have one. One can also be purchased prior to the spring if needed through the program.See coaches if interested.

Players should fill out the following Google Form for me so I have all contact information and sizes needed.

Any questions – please refer them directly to laducac@eastonsd.org

Click here to complete the Google Form. Please fill out ASAP.

More information will follow in coming weeks.

Purse Raffle Drawing - June 1, 2021
June 1, 2021

The Easton Baseball Program wants to thank all who helped run this raffle and all the wonderful people who purchased a raffle ticket to help support this drawing! Your generosity is much appreciated! Below is a list of the winning ticket numbers. The Varsity moms who did the drawing will be in touch with the winners to alert them and discuss delivery of their prize!

Column 1 is the 26 purses raffled
Column 2 is the winning ticket #
Column 3 is the winner

No. Ticket # Winner
1 210 Jen Collucci
2 399 Judy Marian
3 280 Joell Kissel
4 292 Eileen Di Salva
5 334 Christine LaQuintano
6 304 Kris Lomax
7 048 Amy Harman
8 018 Jody Hess
9 427 Lisa Bowers
10 454 Terri Shuman
11 116 Cara Dinsmore
12 356 Ann Bartolacci
13 272 Ann Marie Vaughn
14 434 Maria Garcia
15 133 Marianne Gale
16 227 Tara White
17 220 Sharon Jones
18 323 Mary Kay Sonsini
19 246 Linda McQuade
20 377 Terri Diehl
21 284 Jen Martellucci
22 448 Ingrid Broughton
23 410 Carol English
24 282 Melody Cuvo
25 004 Desiree Iudicello
26 442 Patti Frederick

Four Rovers Named To All Northampton Division All Stars in the EPC
May 17, 2021

Justin Johnson - 1st Team Pitcher
Max Squarcia - 1st Team Outfielder
Keegan Stem - 2nd Team Outfielder
Braydon Hubbard - 2nd Team Infielder

Congratulations to these four players on their accomplishment.

Easton baseball missed playing Phillipsburg; winning makes it that much better
May 8, 2021

By Kyle Craig | For lehighvalleylive.com

Getting the chance to play Phillipsburg was extremely important to the Easton Area High School baseball team.

Beating the Stateliners made it that much sweeter.

Easton, ranked No. 5 by lehighvalleylive.com, defeated its rival 6-2 on Friday evening at the Phillipsburg Athletic Complex.

"Playing P'burg is always a great tradition. Because of COVID, we didn't get to play our Easton-P'burg football game and we didn't get to do a lot of traditions that have to do with that – the bonfire and all that," Rovers senior catcher Drew Crossman said. "Being able to add this game to our schedule was a great honor."

"It's tremendous to be able to come here and give these kids an opportunity to play Phillipsburg," Easton coach Carm LaDuca said. "What a good baseball game – a hard-fought game from both sides. But it was just a great feeling to play Phillipsburg again."

Both starting pitchers – Easton's Keegan Stem and Phillipsburg's Matt Garatty – faced the minimum through two innings.

Easton (13-6) broke onto the scoreboard with a three-run top of the third. Junior Ethan Reccek led off the frame with a double and later advanced to third base on an error. Crossman hit an infield single deep into the hole at shortstop to tally the opening run.

Junior Justin Ramirez laced a double down the left field line to put runners on second and third. A passed ball scored courtesy runner Josh Braido, and Max Squarcia pushed the lead to 3-0 with a sacrifice fly.

The Rovers tacked on two more runs in the next inning as Reccek registered a sac fly and Ramirez added an RBI single, making it 5-0.

"A good approach at the plate helped us early on to get a lead. I think that was important, getting an early lead to give us some confidence," LaDuca said.

The Stateliners (1-9) got their first hit off of Stem in the top of the fourth, as Ryan Mottley and Michael Wambold led off with a pair of infield singles. Senior Matt Barna brought both home with a base hit to right field, cutting the deficit to 5-2.

Stem got out of the inning, leaving the bases loaded. He then tight-roped through the fifth, stranding runners on second and third, with a critical strikeout.

Phillipsburg had the bases loaded with no outs in the sixth, but Squarcia, who entered in relief, sandwiched two popups around a strikeout to escape danger.

"We could have gotten in some trouble there," LaDuca said. "(Stem and Squarcia) made some big pitches at big times. We hurt ourselves defensively at a couple of spots, but we were able to get through that."

Crossman was happy to see both Rovers pitchers battle.

"Especially as a catcher, I always love it when I can rely on my pitchers to throw strikes. Keegan did it a few times with runners (in scoring position). He did a great job of not getting in his head, especially since we're both chatty teams," the senior said. "... Same thing with (Squarcia), he did an amazing job of shutting it down with the bases loaded. I'm proud of both of them."

The Stateliners had just four hits, but were a knock from changing the complexion of the game.

"We were one hit away a couple different times," Phillipsburg coach Dylan Sapir said. "... I know I've got good hitters. I see it every day. We just need to find a way to get that big one to break a game open."

Sapir was happy with how his team brushed itself off after suffering through a 16-1 setback at Ridge on Thursday.

"We had a bad day yesterday. It was our worst day and probably my worst day that I've ever had on a baseball field, going back to when I started in tee ball," the coach said. "We went down 5-0 (Friday) and my guys didn't give up. They kept fighting; they showed the heart and the toughness that I know they have. I'm very proud of that effort."

2021 has provided a rugged learning curve for the ‘Liners.

"We just need to learn, situationally, how to play the game a little bit better. I think what you're seeing – for all teams, not just us – is that lost year … You see more mistakes than we're used to seeing at this level," Sapir said. "I have two guys that have played regular varsity time before. Even the older guys are pretty inexperienced."

"Our guys are putting too much pressure on themselves. The younger guys want to prove that they belong; the older guys want to show their leadership; and I think everyone is trying to do a little too much, instead of just relaxing and having fun."

Crossman had a team-high three hits for Easton, to complement a solid game at catcher.

"Drew Crossman has done a super job for us behind the plate all year long. Today, (associate head coach Greg Hess) and I were talking, we thought that was one of the best games he's called all year," LaDuca said. "He made good throws; he had three hits today. You couldn't ask for more. He made some big blocks to save a couple of runs."

Ramirez and Patrick Keegan, a junior, each had a pair of hits for the Rovers, who meet Stroudsburg on Saturday morning before turning to the postseason.

"We're in the front seat," Ramirez said. "We're driving right now and we're going to keep driving."

"We're at a really good spot ... After we were on that losing streak and were on a little bit of a low, we all talked and we decided we were going to start a new season in the second half," Crossman said. "Since the beginning of the second half, we've been undefeated. As long as we can continue our momentum, we're going to be really good for the playoffs."

Rovers Slip by Liberty 7-6
May 1, 2021

By Kyle Craig | lehighvalleylive.com

The moment was tense and Justin Johnson could lift the Easton Area High School baseball team to victory with one swing of the bat.

Or, he could keep it on his shoulder.

The Red Rovers senior was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to cap a six-run comeback as Easton earned a walk-off victory, 7-6, over Liberty in Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Northampton Division action at Richards Field.

It’s the first loss of the season for the Hurricanes, who are ranked No. 1 by lehighvalleylive.com.
v "Battle, fight. First, I had to take a strike and then, anything close, I had to go,” said Johnson, whose HBP sent home senior Max Squarcia to end the game. "There was no holding back. I had to get one run in to win the game. I tried to do my best to get the run in.”

The Rovers (10-6), No. 6 in the rankings, entered the bottom of the seventh inning trailing 6-4. Junior Patrick Keegan got things going with a leadoff single and he was quickly joined on the bases by classmate Justin Ramirez and Squarcia.

Liberty reliever Parker Frey had trouble finding the zone and walked Rovers senior Frank Castrovinci, to bring a run home. Keegan Stem, another senior, worked a 3-0 count before Frey was relieved by Brayden D’Amico.

Stem walked, scoring Ramirez. Johnson worked a full count before being plunked, and the Rovers poured onto the field to celebrate.

"We talked to the kids before the game about the fact that we’d yet to perform very well against an upper-echelon team,” Easton coach Carm LaDuca said.” The goal today was to come out and play passionate baseball. I think we did that. You have to give the kids on both sides a lot of credit for playing a good, hard Liberty-Easton baseball game.”

Johnson, who drove in two runs on Saturday, was happy to contribute, especially considering he started for the Rovers during a 12-1 loss to Liberty on April 13.

"It was definitely a kick in the butt after the first game,” the Coppin State recruit said. "... We knew that they were a good team and we had to score runs in order to beat them. We came out great.”

Easton’s comeback began in the previous frame, when Ramirez opened the bottom of the sixth with a double, followed by an infield single by Squarcia. Johnson provided an RBI single, junior Ethan Reccek tacked on an RBI groundout and Stem scored on a wild pitch to cut Liberty’s advantage to 6-4.

"I thought we had some good at-bats today against some really good pitching,” LaDuca said. "You have to be proud of the kids for an effort like this.”

Liberty (13-1) had an opportunity to break the game open in the top of the sixth, with runners on second and third and one out. Easton junior reliever Jacob Hirner struck a batter out before issuing a walk to load the bases.

The Hurricanes initially thought a fielder’s choice at second, on a ground ball by senior Brandyn D’Amico, was going to push the score to 7-1. The umpire, however, ruled Ramirez, the shortstop, was interfered with while attempting to throw to first, resulting in a double play that ended the inning.

From that moment forward, the action and chatter became a little more contentious.

"We have a tremendous amount of respect for Andy Pitsilos and the Liberty baseball team,” LaDuca said. "That is a very good baseball team over there. They’ve proven that all year long. I’m excited for our kids.”

Liberty, which was averaging 10.6 runs per game entering Saturday, scored a pair in the opening half-inning. Senior Eric Ludwick hit an RBI double off the left field wall and senior Jack Rothenhausler, who started and struck out eight in six innings, added a sacrifice fly.

Two more sacrifice flies, by Brandyn and Brayden D’Amico, and an RBI knock by Derek George, another senior, helped push the lead to 6-1.

Hurricanes coach Andy Pitsilos was disappointed, however, that his lineup didn’t work the count more, which allowed Stem, who started for the Rovers, to post some quick innings.

"We did a lot of uncharacteristic things ... You can’t come in and swing at everything. That was a little undisciplined,” Pitsilos said. "We walked way too many guys today (five). That’s baseball. We give Easton credit. They came back and stayed tough the whole game. They’re well-coached over there; they’re a good team; and we lost the game.”

Easton now enters the final week of the regular season, which includes a fixture with rival Phillipsburg, confident that it can hold its own against the best the area has to offer.

"Our goal now will be to attack each game day-by-day to try to get ourselves into a good position for the league playoffs,” LaDuca said.

"I think we were always capable of beating anybody, but when it came down to it, we haven’t been succeeding,” Johnson said. "But now that we’re putting together better ABs and getting guys on base, we’re seeing better results.”

Spectator Policy for EASD Baseball
March 28, 2021

Spectator Policy for EASD Baseball - Letter, Parents and Supporters of Easton Baseball - Please Read!!!


Online Apparel Store Now Open
March 27, 2021

The Easton Area High School Baseball Program is holding an online apparel sale.

The store opens today March 27th and will close on Friday April 2nd at Midnight.

Click here to access the Online Apparel Store


New SVSG Link for Spikes, Turfs, Helmets, Etc.
March 17, 2021

This store closes on Sunday at Midnight!

Varsity:
Required - Red Harper Spike, Black Turf shoe, and you must have a helmet of your own! I have some for purchase and you may purchase one here if you would like. This may be used in multiple years.


Junior Varsity:
Required - Spike Purchase - Your choice - Black Under Armour or Red Harpers
Turf Shoe is Optional
Helmet should be purchased in Red Matte
No Black, White or combination colors - I will have a few team helmets for emergency but with Covid we are not supposed to be sharing equipment per rules!


Freshmen:
Nothing required but suggest helmet purchase and anything else you might like.

Click here to access the Online Apparel Store


Freshmen - Easton Baseball Tryouts
March 16, 2021

March 16-17, 2021
Tuesday and Wednesday - ALL WORKOUTS POSTPONED due to EAHS closure for Covid Mitigation.


Thursday March 18, 2021
Tryouts resume for Grade 9. Time will be posted on @roverbaseball Twitter on Wed evening or Thursday dependent on weather. Grade 8 will not practice Thursday but should watch Twitter for next practice time.

Varsity and JV teams should report after school at 2:40pm

Friday - March 12, 2021 Tryout Schedule
March 12, 2021

Grade 11-12
Report at 2:45pm Varsity Field

Grade 10
Report to Aux Gym

Grade 9
NO Practice!

Grade 8
No practice Friday but will have their first Practice on Sat 3/13 at 8am in Aux Gym

Wednesday - March 10, 2021 Tryout Schedule
March 10, 2021

Grade 11-12
All players report at 2:40 for Bullpens and Hitting
Defensive Practice on Turf at 8pm - Report at 7:45pm


Grade 9
Report to Varsity Field at 2:45pm


Grade 8 and 10
NO Practice!

Click here to Team Spikes and Turfs, Helmets, Etc. Store link is open from Wed. March 10 to Sunday March 15


Tryout Practice Times for Tuesday March 9, 2021
March 9, 2021

Grade 11-12
Outfielders - report at 6:45 to aux gym
Infielders - Report at 7:30 to aux gym
Make sure you have turfs or sneakers for outdoor turf under the lights!


Grade 10
Report to Varsity Field Batting Cage at 2:40pm


Grade 8-9 - No Practice!

Practice Schedule Monday 3/8/21
March 7, 2021

All players should be prepared for Indoor and Outdoor Practice!

Grades 11-12
Outfielders Report at 2:45pm
Infielders and Catchers Report at 4:00pm

Grade 10 report to Gym area at 2:45pm for JV tryouts

Grade 9 - NO practice Monday! Watch Twitter for updates on what days you will attend.

Grade 8 - NO practice Monday the 8th. - They will begin Monday - March 15, however - please watch Twitter for updates about a possible earlier start prior to that date.

Parent Information for the 2021 Baseball Season
March 2, 2021

Hello Parents - The Athletic Department has made the decision to postpone the Spring parents meetings because of Covid restrictions. This attached video and Powerpoint presentation addresses many of the questions you may have heading into the tryout period and gives an overview of all facets of the program and what your son can expect. Please view the presentation and feel free to reach out to the coaches for each level for specific questions you may have.


Program Questions and Varsity Baseball - laducac@eastonsd.org
Junior Varsity - kanuskyr@eastonsd.org
Freshmen/JH - biscoj@eastonsd.org

First Date for Tryouts March 8 for Varsity and JV Week of March 15 - Junior High

Thank you!
Easton Baseball Coaching Staff

Athletic Department Message regarding Physicals Process: 2/19/21
February 19, 2021

Hello parents of Spring athletes. The EASD explored a "paperless" sign-up and physical exam process in the Feb. 2020. Unfortunately, due to Covid and technology research needed, the implementation of the process took much longer than expected. You may choose to complete the previously used sign-up paperwork packet (multicolored forms handed out by coaching staff or downloaded from the EASD main website, click on Athletics, then look for Sign Up Paperwork and print them from home) OR the www.planeths.com website. The PlanetHS site will allow you to complete all necessary forms in a "paperless" process as many of us have become accustomed to with the computer technology available.

There are handy tutorials listed for reference. We have about 100 spring athletes and parents already using the system. Attached to this email are the following items:

1) Sign Up Guide for Parents & Students (Students should have received a welcome email from PlantHS in their roverkids account). If they did not, students and parents should log into www.planeths.com and sign into their account as follows: students use the "roverkids" email and bigteams as the generic password to enter. Once they enter the site, they should change their password.

2)Check out our youtube videos below for more information: Parent & Student Linking Process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3j7COys40E&t=13s

Interested Participants for Baseball 2021
February 16, 2021

There are two ways to complete necessary paperwork to be eligible to participate in tryouts for EAHS Varsity , JV, and Freshmen Baseball.

1. Hard copy packet which any players can pick up from me at intramural workout sessions or from me on Wednesday Feb. 17 at 4-5 pm at EAHS lower parking lot near the baseball field (Black Dodge Ram Pickup Truck) or you can print out and complete paperwork which can be found at Easton Area School District Athletic Department website on the EASD webpage.

2. Online registration, see attached information below on this notice concerning new online registration at Planet HS.

Information is also posted on this website page about physicals in the previous posting on Feb. 9, 2021

There are still a number of potential student athletes who have not picked up paperwork as of yet. Either of the above methods will be accepted. This paperwork and physical must be completed & handed in at baseball's assigned Physical & Paperwork collection time; Wednesday Feb. 24 at 6:30pm in EAHS gym lobby and nurses suit.

If your son is getting a physical at EAHS by St. Luke's staff please arrive on time - Fee is $20 - Recertification Fees are $5

If your son is getting a physical by private physician make sure the physical form is correctly filled out.

If your son has participated or had a physical due to previous EAHS or EAMS sport this school year a recert is required. Student Athletes with recerts must hand in the recert form & other paperwork Wednesday Feb. 24 at 6:30pm also.

Any questions feel free to contact Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org

Click here to download further information regarding registration


Baseball Sign Ups and Physicals 2021
February 9, 2021

Prospective Baseball Players - please READ and follow all instructions on the attached sheet below regarding 2021 Physicals. Please share this information with your parents. I will be passing out paperwork at Intramural workouts this week for Varsity players. Grades 8-10 - I will be posting a date for paperwork pickup on here and the website for later this week since we can not have meetings at school. I can also get the paperwork to you at Zoned on Sunday if you participate.

If you know anyone who is interested in playing but is not currently in the google classroom, is new, or is playing another sport - please have them see me, check our website for these instructions, and fill out the Google Form I am linking below. I will contact them. I ask that you complete this link starting tonight and ASAP!

Click here to download the 2021 Baseball Physical Information Details
Click here to complete the Sign-Up Form


Zoned Training Begins Sunday - January 10, 2021
January 6, 2021

All players who signed up for Zoned Sports Training should report this Sunday the 10th to the training facility for the 11:30am-1:00pm workout. Transportation is the responsibility of the participants this year due to Covid. There is no EASD bus transportation.

1. You MUST complete the WAIVER electronically in this announcement below prior to Sunday. If you do not have this completed you may not work out.

2. Parents unfortunately will not be allowed into the training facility due to Covid protocol and the % number the facility needs to operate at. There are numerous restaurants nearby and commercial businesses for their use during the wait time of the workout.

3. Zoned Sports Academy - 24 Kearney St. - Bridgewater, NJ. 08807
Phone - 732-537-1770.
Coach LaDuca - laducac@eastonsd.org

4. Please wear baseball gear, hat, etc. Those who have the red shorts and white shirt please wear them from fall baseball.

5. Payment will be made to Easton Baseball - $200 on Sunday at check in to Coach LaDuca

6 Enter the building at 11:20 (no sooner) due to Covid protocol for the temperature check and to prepare for the workout which begins at 11:30 sharp. The workout will end exactly at 1pm.

7. All questions or concerns should be directed to Coach LaDuca at laducac@eastonsd.org

Please fill out the COVID Waiver below for Zoned Sports asap and no later than Sunday the 10th before 11:30am.

Dear Zoned Parents/Guardians,

For your convenience, we have made the 2020 Covid-19 Zoned Waiver and Release Agreement an online document to save time and paper.

Completion of the Zoned Waiver and Release Agreement is required of all Zoned families prior to attending a lesson or training at Zoned Sports Academy.

Please Click Here For The Zoned Waiver and Release Agreement

We want our environment to reflect our motto of educate, motivate, and dominate giving you the best experience while having fun in the most safe way. For everyone’s safety face mask will be required for all individual who come into the facility. We appreciate your corporation in creating the new norm.

Thank you!


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    EAHS, Room C111
    7pm
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    EAHS, Room C111
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