Skyline Boys Varsity Baseball

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

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Baseball finishes strong

Skyline’s varsity baseball team rolled into Tuesday’s Division 1 District Tournament at Dexter High School as heavy underdogs, taking on the Brighton Bulldogs, ranked tenth in the state. Eamon Horwedel took the mound for Skyline, squaring off against Brighton’s lefty ace, Cameron Tullar. What ensued was a pitching duel that lasted well past seven innings.

Collier Throws Shutout as Skyline Skyline JV Defeats Adrian

Alex Collier didn’t allow a single run as Skyline Skyline JV JV defeated Adrian 5-0 on Wednesday. Collier allowed just four hits and induced a fly out from #3 to end the game. An early lead helped propel Skyline Skyline JV JV to victory. Skyline Skyline JV JV scored on a single by Aidan Stead,

Skyline Eagles Varsity Beats Harper Woods Behind Hagan’s No-Hitter

Matthew Hagan didn’t allow a single hit as Skyline Eagles Varsity defeated Harper Woods 11-1 on Monday. To get the final out Hagan induced a groundout from Quaker. An early lead helped propel Skyline Eagles Varsity to victory. Skyline Eagles Varsity took the lead on a single in the first inning. Skyline Eagles Varsity captured the lead in the first inning. Andrew Fisher drove in one

Skyline JV wins @ Huron

Eagles JV traveled across town to challenge the Huron River rats to a baseball dual Saturday morning. Alex Collier started on the mound for the first game with Aidan Stead as catcher.  After both sides went down 1-2-3 in the first inning, Aidan started things off in the second with a base hit.  After stealing

Skyline Invitational Champions

Skyline had a successful Saturday, taking home the Skyline Invitational three team tournament between the Eagles, Belleville High School and Lincoln High School. Pitchers Colton Guntzviller and Matthew Hagan teamed up to take out Belleville in the morning game, 11-1. Guntzviller got the win, going 4 1/3 innings before Hagan took over and went the rest

Skyline splits DH with Pioneer

Skyline kicked off their week traveling across town to take on rival Pioneer High School for the first two games of their three game series Monday afternoon. When the sun had set, both teams had scratched out wins in a pair of pitching duels to split the twin bill. Pioneer took game one from the Eagles with

Eagles beats rival Bedford to win series

After splitting the first two games of their three game series against conference foe, the Kicking Mules of Bedford High School, Skyline’s varsity baseball team made the long trek to Temperance to see if they could take the rubber game in the series. Eamon Horwedel started on the mound for the Eagles after earning a

Skyline splits with Bedford at home

After one day off the Eagles took to the field on the first day of May in cold, blustery conditions. Periodic rain, and winds gusting to 30 mph made for an interesting day, as junior Jack Winger took to the bump in game one to take on the #7 ranked team in the state, the

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