Skyline Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 5
  • Conference Record: N/A

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SEC Crossover Games

Early Saturday morning, the Eagles were back at it again, this time at home for their SEC crossover doubleheader against Tecumseh and Adrian. The Eagles offense struggled against Tecumseh in the first game, getting shut out in a 3-0 loss. Matthew Hagan pitched a strong game for Skyline, nearly going the distance (6 2/3 innings) giving up

Skyline Sweeps Monroe

The Skyline baseball team continued to roll last week, completing a three-game series sweep over conference foe Monroe, with an 11-3 win over the Trojans, Wednesday at Skyline. Eamon Horwedel picked up his second win of the season for the Eagles, going five innings, giving up two earned runs, while striking out seven, and walking

Decker Throws Shutout As Skyline Skyline JV Defeats Monroe

Charlie Decker didn’t allow a single run as Skyline Skyline JV defeated Monroe 2-0 on Monday. Decker allowed just five hits and struck out #7 to end the game. The pitching was strong on both sides. Charlie Decker struck out six, while #16 sat down one. A single by #16 in the first inning was a positive for Monroe. Decker earned the win for Skyline Skyline JV. He

Skyline Varsity Wins DH @ Monroe

Skyline’s varsity baseball team climbed over the .500 mark with a doubleheader sweep (8-0, 10-8) of the Monroe Trojans, Monday evening at Monroe High School. Jack Winger earned his second win of the season in game one of the twin bill, pitching five scoreless innings, striking out four and walking two. Senior Matthew Hagan came on in

Eagles win home opener!

After a frustrating week of rain, the Eagles finally played their first home game of the season Saturday on a picture perfect day. The day was almost perfect in more ways than one, when junior pitcher Eamon Horwedel tossed a near perfect game and a no-hitter against highly ranked Bishop Foley Catholic. The only blemish on the

$354 Hair Cut

A big thank you to all those who came out to support the fundraiser at the Hair Spot, and of course a huge thank you to the barbers who donate their time for this effort.  The Hair Spot has been a wonderful sponsor for Skyline sports, and we hope people continue to support their business

Elusive Home Opener

Mother Nature foiled varsity Eagle’s attempt again for their home opener.  The weather was uncertain but acceptable for most of the day up until game time.  Then the skies opened up and the game was postponed on a date TBD later.  Last attempt at a home opener, it was about 30 degrees and windy. Tonight,

Double Header Sweep

After an 0-3 start to the season, Skyline’s varsity baseball team got on the winning track with a double header sweep over cross-town rival Huron High School, Mondayafternoon at Huron. The Eagles downed the River Rats 7-2 in the opener, and then blanked the Rats 3-0 in the night cap. Jack Winger got the win for

Strong Offense Not Enough As Skyline Eagles Varsity Falls To Allen Park

On Saturday, the Eagles traveled to Allen Park for a doubleheader.  Unfortunately, after two hard-fought games, they still are looking for their first win of the year, dropping the games by scores of 7-3 and 15-11. Eamon Horwedel started the first game for the Eagles, and pitched two hitless, shutout innings before being replaced by

Skyline Eagles Varsity Can’t Hold Up Against Dexter

Skyline Baseball finally got its season underway on Thursday at Dexter, after four early-season weather postponements. The Eagles were blanked 6-0 in their opener, despite a strong performance by starting pitcher Jack Winger, who gave up only two runs in four strong innings of work, and an excellent defensive performance punctuated by a fantastic diving