Graduating Sr Braden Mallory commits to Covenant College

Braden Mallory, who graduates this spring, set a record for the HCYA program by having the most nicknames ever assigned to a single player: AceTunaB-Mal And in a signing ceremony yesterday at our year-end team party, he announced that he's taking...

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Sr Micah Davis will represent Texas in National HS Championships

Congratulations to senior Micah Davis, who has been asked to play for Team Texas in the upcoming National High School Championships June 23-28, 2019. "Mitch" is one of 14 players confirmed so far for this elite team of players from...

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Eagles end 2019 Spring season 12th in the nation

The 2019 season has drawn to a close. Our 4th place finish in Division II at the Homeschool World Series places us in 12th place in the nation. Sadly, the end of the spring season also means the end...

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Thanks to our Sponsors for a successful 2018-19!

Thanks to our sponsors for your support, enabling the Eagles to have successful Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 seasons! Diamond sponsors: ProActive Physical Therapy – www.myproactivept.com Clubhouse sponsors: Sugar Land Skeeters - sugarlandskeeters.com Starflite Aviation – StarfliteAviation.com – 713.644.4800 Prestige Oysters - prestigeoysters.com...

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Jr Micah Davis surpasses his own Strikeout record

HCYA's Team Records have been accumulated over many years (all of the years the program has utilized GameChanger to track stats, at least). So it stands to reason that most of them are not easily bypassed in a...

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Two Eagles named 2019 Homeschool All-Americans

Congratulations to Colin Roberts (senior) and Micah Davis (junior) for their selection as All-Americans after the completion of this year’s Homeschool World Series. The honor is given based on a vote of players and coaches after the completion of the...

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Eagles finish 2019 HWSA with a pitcher’s duel vs Raleigh

HCYA and Raleigh faced off today in a fight for 3rd place in Division II in this year's Homeschool World Series. And both teams sent talented pitchers to the mound. Eagles batters managed only 1 run on...

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Late comeback falls short vs St. Louis

The Eagles gave up too much of a lead to come back from in today's Division II semi-final action. We gave it a good effort, scoring 5 runs in the top of the 7th inning, but in the...

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Awakened bats and strong pitching advance Eagles to D2 final four

The Eagles played our most complete game of the tournament thus far in the first round of Division II bracket play today, defeating the Nashville Monarchs (Division II champions from 2018) by a score of 9-1. Senior Colin...

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Eagles enter Division II, seek to regain crown from 2017

In Qualifying Round action today, the Eagles failed to mount a sustained offensive push against a talented Baltimore Chargers team; the final tally was 4-0. Offense has been our weakness here so far at this year's tournament. The team...

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Pool game split yields berth in Qualifying round

The Eagles split their pool games today to open up the Homeschool World Series in Auburndale, Florida. After a defeat at the hands of the Houston Northside Falcons, the Eagles bounced back strongly against the Richmond Patriots, winning 7-2 behind...

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Eagles head to World Series with momentum

The Eagles head to the Homeschool World Series in Florida with some momentum. Despite losing some close ballgames recently, the team's play has improved in multiple aspects of the game. After a close game on Senior Day on Tuesday,...

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HCYA honors 5 graduating seniors

The Eagles celebrated 5 seniors and their families tonight at Senior Night 2019. Graduating this year are five players who've contributed a lot to the team... Colin Roberts - 5 years in the HCYA program, 4 years on...

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Davis Ks 11, Eagles out-hit but fall 1-0 to 2nd ranked Kinkaid

The Eagles played a tight ballgame today against the Kinkaid Falcons, the 2nd ranked private school in Texas. Junior Micah Davis pitched a great ballgame, fanning 11 while giving up only 3 hits and 2 walks. We out-hit the...

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Eagles gain redemption for early season loss

Back on February 16th the Eagles lost 10-4 to the Houston Power club team, putting out the worst defensive performance the Varsity Eagles have posted in many years. Seven different players were charged with a total of ten errors. Yesterday...

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Win streak ended at 5

The Eagles' longest win streak of 2019 was snapped today after five straight. The streak, brought to an end today by the homeschool Northside Falcons, included wins against Houston Christian Academy, the Sluggers club team, the Spring MtB Mustangs, the...

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Offensive explosion caps winning week

The Eagles' bats are heating up at just the right time now in the core of the season. Today our output reached a new high as the team scored 16 on 29 baserunners in a 16-5 victory over...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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