“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”  Psalm 133:1


Head Commissioner: Richard Batey – baseball@homeschoolfeast.com



Steps to take:

  1. Register for/Renew your Patriot Pass as soon as possible.  (activation may take up to 48 hours after payment is received)
  2. Pay only through the payment links provided.   (PayPal, Venmo, cash, or checks are accepted)
  3. Register your student-athlete for their specific sport. 
  4. Enjoy the season!




  • PRACTICES: McAllister Park fields,
  • WHEN: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
  • TIME:  3:30-5:30 PM
  • COST:  HIGH SCHOOL – $625.00    MIDDLE SCHOOL – $400.00

If you have any questions about the FEAST Baseball program, contact Richard Batey at baseball@homeschoolfeast.com


January 2021

FEAST Baseball hopes everyone had a Merry Christmas and that your New Year’s has started off great!

Baseball kicked off their season with an Informational Meeting last month. There were a lot of familiar faces as well as some new ones!

Practices will be held at McAllister Park Fields on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:30-5:30pm. The cost will be $625 for High School (includes tournaments plus the Border Olympics) and $400 for Middle School.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON FEAST BASEBALL: Contact Richard Batey at feastbaseball@homeschoolfeast.com


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December 2020


Let me introduce myself! My name is Richard Batey, and I am a homeschooling father of four (k-12). My 2 oldest have now completed degrees in Economics and Business Administration from Texas State University. My third is currently a sophomore at Texas State. My youngest is a senior in high school and competes on the FEAST Patriots baseball team. I am a Research Analyst at Texas State University, and I submitted my life to Christ Jesus at age 12.

As a homeschooling dad, I appreciate the life lessons athletics provides for our kids. They are introduced to an authority outside of the home. They learn to work within a group. Hopefully, they learn of how hard work, training, teamwork, and leadership bring improvement of skills and  accomplishment of goals. I especially appreciate lessons of humility in baseball. We all strikeout, we all make errors, and we all need forgiveness.
For the team to succeed, players must learn performance improves when mistakes are greeted with forgiveness and encouragement.

As commissioner, I hope to field two high school teams, a Varsity and a JV. If numbers permit, we may do the same in middle school. We are currently scheduling games and hope to secure at least 30 for the Varsity. At present, we have entered 3 tournaments and may add a fourth. Middle school will continue to participate in the ISAL league, which will end with a championship tournament.

My overall vision for FEAST baseball is to be competitive with higher levels of opponents. Last year’s leadership acquired us entrance into the prestigious Border Olympics Tournament in Laredo. In doing so, we were able to compete against 5 and 6A schools like Veterans Memorial in Corpus (5A top ten, L 9-3) and Austin High (6A top 15, L 4-0). These may have been losses on our schedule, but they were victories for our program.
We went on to win our next tournament and 7 games in a row. We have been invited back and hope to attend again this year.

I look forward to hearing from all interested in promoting FEAST baseball.



November 2020


Welcome Richard Batey as the new FEAST Baseball Commissioner!  Keep looking for updates on the upcoming season!


If you have any questions about the FEAST Baseball program, contact Mr. Batey at baseball@homeschoolfeat.com


September 2020

FEAST Athletics was truly blessed by the leadership team we had for the 2019-20 baseball season. Hunter and Kitty Kennemer were amazing!

Unfortunately, due to Covid19 and the pressure being placed on Hunter with his regular job, the Kennemers will not be returning for the 2020-21 FEAST baseball season. Please join the Athletics Office in thanking them for their service and wishing them well!

FEAST Athletics once again finds itself in search of a Commissioner for the upcoming baseball season – the Baseball Commissioner will work in partnership with the Athletics Administrator to maintain, organize, and administer the FEAST Baseball program. They are responsible for the overall direction of the program as well as ensuring compliance with all-league and FEAST Athletics policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. If there are no applicants for the Commissioner position, then FEAST Baseball cannot be offered until such time as a Commissioner is found.

If you or anyone you know is interested in applying for the Commissioner position, please fill out the application found on the FEAST Athletics page


July 2020

FEAST Baseball is currently accepting applications for High School and Middle School coaches who wish to serve in the 2021 season. If you or someone you know is interested, please submit all applications, as soon as possible, online at homeschoolfeast.com/athletics. If you have questions or need more information, email Hunter Kennemer at feastbaseball@gmail.com or contact Sherri Kunkel at (210)342-4674.

In the meantime, we are working on our Varsity Patriots’ 2021 spring schedule lineup. We plan to have our Varsity team return to compete in both the Laredo Border Olympics and Blanco County tournaments. Through the summer and early fall, we will continue to fill in our schedule with local and extended game competition. Stay tuned for further scheduling updates regarding informational meetings, registration opening/closing, skills evaluations, and the season start.

For more information on either Varsity or Middle School baseball, please reach out to either Hunter Kennemer or Sherri Kunkel.

Please make sure your family is on the MANNA subscription list so that you get reminder notifications on all FEAST Baseball events. You may also follow us on Instagram at @feast_baseball or Twitter at @FeastBaseballSA