Homeschool Christian Youth Association

Baseball excellence. Christian character.

Comeback gives Eagles Winning record at El Campo

Playing together. Praying together.

Competing against Houston's best high school teams.

And winning...

And winning...

And winning...

And winning...

And winning...

Winners of the inaugural Homeschool World Series

Winners of the inaugural Homeschool World Series

Christian Focus

Our team leadership are Christians committed to honoring God in how we operate the team. Baseball gives our young men great opportunities for character development, and chances to be a testimony for Christ in how they approach the game.

On-Field Success

We’ve posted a winning record across the last decade or more against the best private, public and homeschool teams in Houston. Our coaching staff is focused on building players’ baseball skills and strategy, including training on advanced techniques and situations.

Fall and Spring Seasons

Our Varsity and Jr. Varsity programs practice and compete in regular season games and tournaments in both fall (beginning in Aug) and spring (beginning in Jan). The finale of the spring season is the annual Homeschool World Series in Florida.
  • Comeback gives Eagles Winning record at El Campo

    Having rained out our only other in-season tournament, we were happy to have clear skies and dry ground to play on this weekend at the El Campo Invitational. It was a good chance to get our bats on-track after so many rain-outs.  Across 5 games, HCYA scored 34 runs.  4 of those runs came on […]Read More »
  • Rain washes away more games

    The rain continues to hammer the Houston area this spring, and it’s become increasingly difficult to get in any baseball in between the storms. The Eagles Varsity have had to cancel 5 practices, the alumni game, and 10 regular season games so far this spring. The JV squad has lost 5 practices and 6 games […]Read More »
  • Defense misfires, then catches fire, in double-header

    Contrasting late-18th century London and Paris, Charles Dickens wrote “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” For the Eagles double-header yesterday it was the worst of times defensively, and then the best. The team struggled to find our gloves and make consistent plays in the first outing vs the Houston […]Read More »
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