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
2014 Baseball Season
Varsity Game Summary – By Coach Wright
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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.