Welcome to 2014 Eagle Mustang & Viper website
Eagle High School is located 574 N. Park Lane, Eagle , Idaho 83616
School phone number (208) 350-4235
Eagle High Baseball is home of the Mustangs & Legion Vipers
District 3 (5A-Southern Idaho Conference)
Coach Frank Wright contact phone number (208) 631-4042 or email link
District Tournaments for the Eagle Viper A and AA Teams are beginning. The AA Tournament will be a the College of Idaho. The A tournament is at Rocky Mountain High School.
Eagle beats Capital for district title
Varsity Playing Game 1 of Division playoffs
Game is at Capital, Saturday May 3rd at 1:00pm
Eagle Varsity wins game one of District Series 2-1
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Mustangs starter Nate Lainhart doesn’t need much help when he is on the hill and he showed it on Saturday against Capital. Six 1/3 strong innings by Lainhart carried Mustangs to a 2-1 victory over Capital in seven innings.
Mustangs held off Capital, as Capital was unable to overcome a two-run fifth inning deficit. Capital scored one run in the sixth on a sacrifice fly by Connor Poulson. Still, Capital couldn’t draw even. It was a good day at the plate for Mustangs’ Lane brothers. Kam and Kole both went two for three. Kam had two doubles while Kole doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the sixth inning.
Mustangs didn’t relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the fourth inning when it scored on an RBI single by Gavin Speegle.
Game 2 Varsity District Playoffs
The game today is at Eagle at 6pm, 5/6/14. Tonight is West Valley Little League night, come out and cheer the team on to victory!
Legion Registration and Drug, Alcohol & Tobacco policy Form
Other Important Dates
May 19th – 6:00 PM: Mickey Ray’s: Semi Annual EBI Booster Club Meeting 6:30 PM Legion Sign Ups at 6:00 PM
May 20th – 3:45 PM: Legion Tryouts – Eagle Yards
May 22nd – 7:00 PM: End of Season Banquet All Teams – Eagle High Social Center
Varsity Game Summary – By Coach Wright
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Mustangs rolled over Vallivue 8-2 on Friday at Vallivue after a six-run rally in the first inning.
Mustangs scored in the first on an RBI single by Austin Jackson, an RBI single by Gavin Speegle, a two-run double by Garrett Garven, an RBI single by Kam Lane, and an RBI double by Austin Dupuis.
Eli Shubert struck out eight, paving the way for a Mustangs win. Eli allowed one earned run, four hits and two walks over seven innings.
Austin Martin was charged with the loss. He allowed eight runs in six innings, walked one and struck out four.
Mustangs brought home one run in the fourth inning, and matched that run total in the sixth. In the fourth, Mustangs scored on an RBI single by Cody Aden, bringing home Trisden Gothberg.
Mustangs answered Vallivue’s top inning with one run of its own in the sixth. Mustangs scored on an error.
Mustangs loses 6-3 to Rocky Mountain
Cody Aden went 2-3, but Mustangs still fell to Rocky Mountain 6-3 in seven innings on Wednesday at Mustang Field.
Ryan Beard recorded the win for Rocky Mountain. He allowed three runs over seven innings. He struck out nine, walked two and surrendered six hits.
Rocky Mountain was sparked by Ryan and Matt Roll, who teamed up for five hits and three RBIs.
Nate Lainhart was charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in seven innings, walked one and struck out four.
The bottom of the second saw Mustangs take an early lead, 3-0. A double by Cody, plating Kole Lane started the inning off. The scoreboard lit up again for Mustangs when Aden and Dupuis scored on a two-run error.
Offenses dominate as Mustangs outscores Rocky Mountain 9-8
Scoreboard operators were busy at Rocky Mountain on Monday as Mustangs and Rocky Mountain combined for 17 runs. Mustangs eventually won the offensive battle 9-8.
The teams combined for 25 hits, including eight extra base hits.
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to four lead changes in the game.
Mustangs pulled out the win thanks to a strong sixth inning. Mustangs went up for good on a two-run double by Cody Aden off Seth Reisbeck, bringing home Kam Lane and Gavin Speegle.
Mustangs held off Rocky Mountain, as Rocky Mountain was unable to overcome a two-run ninth inning deficit.
Still, Rocky Mountain couldn’t draw even.
JT Williams got it done on the hill on the way to a win. He allowed one run over 3 2/3 innings. He struck out six, walked six and surrendered no hits.
JT, Austin Dupuis and Taylor Brooks helped lead Mustangs. They combined for nine hits and seven RBIs.
Mustangs brought home one run in the second inning, and matched that run total in the ninth. In the second, Mustangs scored on an RBI single by JT, plating Garrett Garven.
After posting two runs in the third, Rocky Mountain again scored two in the fourth. In the third, Rocky Mountain scored on a passed ball, scoring Jackson.
Mustangs got two-run rallies in the fourth inning and the sixth. In the fourth, Mustangs scored on an RBI single by JT, plating Trisden Gothberg.
Nate Lainhart got his second win of the season with a 5 strikeout, 2 walk performance and JT Williams earned his second save of the season. The team played outstanding defense save for a couple of 6th inning boots that allowed Mt. View to tie and go ahead. With three outs to work with the increasingly tough Mustangs put together a rally and pulled it out again. Tonight Jake Stidham will get his first 2014 start on the mound after coming back from a minor elbow problem. Game time is 5:00 vs. Mt. View at the Yard.
Next game, Tuesday vs. Boise at Eagle Yard. #1 starter Griffen Pape will be on the mound and the Mustangs will welcome back All Conference outfielder Kam Lane from the DL.
Freshmen Game Summary – By Coach Ayers
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Game 2-Freshman score: Eagle 12 Vallivue 9. Eagle pitchers only gave up 2 earned runs; great! Defense needs to be more ready next game. Eagle scored 8 earned runs. Played well.
The game stared out with a long umpire delay. We came out flat, but eventually found our groove and turned it into a real ball game. We went through 5 pitchers in the game, but the sticks saved us in the end. A great team effort!
Game 4-Eagle 6, Centennial 2.
After a 2-hour delay while we waited for our opponent to show up, Eagle pitchers Hammond and Pape held Centennial to 2 runs on 3 hits. Eagle scored 6 runs on 6 hits, with Kennedy and May coming through with RBI triples.
Game 5: Eagle 10, Mountain View 1
Starting pitcher Austin Murphy pitched 5 1/3 innings of 2-hit shutout ball, and the defense played errorless baseball. Bats alive today!
Game 6: Eagle 2, Rocky 12.
Rocky had a solid team and came to play ball. Despite a gutsy effort by starting pitcher Jhett Hammond, Eagle’s week off showed and they didn’t come ready to play.
Game 7: Eagle 8, Meridian 4
Max Nichols pitched a great game and A.J. Stein closed the deal. Good offense, good win.
Game 8: Eagle 17, Nampa 0
Pitchers looked good, defense looked good, some of our big hitters learned some things about the importance of being able to hit off-speed pitches, etc. Coach learned Alex Guerrero should probably be in our pitching rotation.
Boys came to play; focused, poised and confident.. Jhett Hammond put up 4 zeroes and Murphy put up the fifth. That was all that was needed with live bats and solid base running.
Game 10: Eagle 9- Rocky
Boys had some fun and came together as a team to bounce Rocky 9-5. Nichols, Schwers, and Hammond joined in the masterpiece on the mound. The defense got rid of butterflies after the 1st inning, and we had great execution at the plate. It was a tremendous team effort.