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Baseball Program Information

This spring 2023, Eagles Baseball begins its sixth year of high school baseball in KASHAA. We begin in March and run through early May with an emphasis on refining our baseball skills through repetitive drills, practice and games. The team is made up of homeschool students from around the area (freshman through seniors).

This is high school baseball at the 1A level. We compete against public school JV teams like Southeast of Saline Trojans, Canton-Galva Eagles as well as homeschool teams like Wichita Warriors and Kansas Oaks.

***Player fee: $65 (with a discount for a 3rd player in the same family). Player provides gray baseball pants, black belt, cleats and glove. We have an assortment of bats, along with other baseball gear. We will wear our maroon jerseys on the road and at home. Each player receives a team hat to keep.***

Basketball players must finish their season before practicing with the baseball team.

Initial practice schedule (also on the online calendar):

Practices are 2:50pm-4:30pm at Sunset Park; home games are played at Matson Field, both in Salina.

Wednesday March 1 First Official Practice

Thursday March 2

Monday March 6 (basketball players may join from this point)

Tuesday March 7, Thursday March 9, Friday March 10, Monday March 13, Tuesday March 14.

The rest of the practice schedule will be released as we head into the first game of the season on March 20th. They will be updated on this page via the Google calendar.

Games begin March 20 at SES and end May 6 at the Wichita Homeschool Baseball Tournament

***Throughout the spring, some voluntary batting practice days will be held at Sunset Park in Salina or Eagle Park near Lindsborg on our farm on some Saturdays or off days as weather and schedules permit. They are not mandatory, just held for extra hitting time and fellowship***

All plans are subject to weather. We will see what early March weather brings to our practice schedule and add from there. We are endeavoring to make an agreement with an area church when weather is bad for early March practices.

Coach Jeff Garretson enters his sixth season at the helm of the Eagles. Garretson played college baseball at Kansas Wesleyan University and the University of Northern Colorado. He has coached at the high school level in Colorado, as well as leading B and C Legion teams in the summer and youth rec league baseball teams for several years.

Questions? Email Jeff at svhebaseball@gmail.com

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