“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” Psalm 133:1
SHOUT OUT TO OUR SENIORS!
For the past five years, Cason Grumbles has played with FEAST Baseball and served as Varsity Team Captain for two. His hard work and determination are evident to everyone around him, and he constantly strives to better himself as a player. Cason is a natural leader, and you can almost always hear him on the diamond encouraging his teammates or offering advice. His presence on the team will be missed in the seasons to come. Cason plans to study engineering while attending Texas State University.
Jackson Kennemer has been a part of Patriot Baseball for five years, serving as Varsity Team Captain for two. His love for the game and his teammates is apparent to anyone who knows him. Not only is he a skilled player, but his quiet leadership consistently provides an example of a hard work ethic and how to play The Game with integrity and class. We will miss Jackson but wish him success in this next season of life! Jackson will be attending Abilene Christian University on an academic scholarship, majoring in math and science.
Noah Gernenz blessed our FEAST baseball program with his presence for the past three years, serving as Varsity Team Captain for one. Noah is always edifying his teammates, both on and off the field; winning or losing, he finds a positive outlook. It has been a joy to watch him grow stronger as a player and see the friendships he’s developed with fellow players over the years. Noah will be participating in the Honors program studying math and history while attending Baylor University on an academic scholarship.
“May the Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine on you and be gracious to you….” Numbers 6:24-25
Varsity baseball traveled to the Houston area for a DH against the HCYA Eagles. Luke Batey, was brilliant on the bump, as he threw a no-hitter with a winning score of 1-0! The Patriots 5 game win-streak began with an errorless victory against Cigarroa in Laredo at the Border Olympics Tournament. The Patriots’ reign continued as they were crowned Champions at the Peter Garza Invitational in San Marcos. Varsity put up six runs in the fourth inning. Thomas Yost, Holden Kennemer, Will Muckleroy, and Aidan Meeks powered the big inning with RBIs. Jackson Kennemer’s pitching was perfect, striking out ten batters and not allowing a single run to score. Well done, Patriots!
After two months of practice, FEAST MS kicked off their season with their first game and a big win against Concordia, 18-0! Pitchers, Tanner Gernenz, and Trenton Otto, threw a combined shut-out. Gernenz surrendered zero runs on zero hits, striking out five and walking one. Otto’s last out of the game ended with a strikeout. The Patriots’ bats were strong at the plate with Asher Hubbard hitting 3 for 3 with a double and two singles. Bo Schott, Garrison Thomas, and Gernenz also had multiple hits. Our MS boys stole fifteen bases with Andrew Meeks leading the way with four stolen bases. We are excited for a great Middle School season!
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Varsity Patriots started off the season with back to back games against Antonian. In game 1, Liam Zapata, Cruz Garcia, Jackson Kennemer and Luke Batey each collected one hit; however, FEAST came up short with a 1 run loss. From the mound in game 2, Jackson Kennemer allowed 4 hits and 6 runs over 2 innings, striking out 2 batters. Jake Foster, Thomas Yost, and Sam Nichols each contributed in relief pitching.
FEAST Patriots defeated Austin Texans 15-0 as 2 pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Jake Foster went 4 innings, striking out 5 and walking 0. Sam Nichols induced a fly out to finish off the game!
Middle School Patriots kick off their season March 5th at 4 o’clock against Concordia. Come out and support your Patriots baseballers!
Patriots baseball is underway! As in years past, FEAST calls the Mission Baseball Academy “Home” for both our Varsity and Middle School squads. Head Coach Gene Muckleroy and Assistant Coaches Brian Meeks and Jon Hubbard have all returned to lead our Middle School Patriots in a successful year of ball. Practices for Middle School have begun and games will soon be scheduled. Under the new leadership of Head Coach Jeff Clements, our high school players have a jam packed February game schedule. Come on out and support your Varsity Patriots!
- February 8th, 2:30pm FEAST v. Austin Texans
- February 11th, 4:00pm FEAST v. Winston School
- February 13th, 4:00pm FEAST at Winston School
- February 20th, 6:00pm FEAST at Cornerstone Christian
- February 21st, 6:00pm FEAST at Cornerstone Christian
- February 22nd, 12:00pm FEAST at Cornerstone Christian
Thank you to all of our volunteers, parents, siblings and friends who love, encourage and sacrifice so that these young men can play the great game of baseball. Go Patriots!
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The new year is upon us, and the FEAST Patriots’ 2020 baseball season is just around the corner. Our dedicated staff is hard at work seeking to ensure a season full of fun, faith, development, and success.
Player registration for both High School (ages 15-18) and Middle School (ages 11-14) is open and will run through January 15th, 2020. Players do not need to be enrolled in FEAST co-op classes in order to be eligible for FEAST athletics.
Our Home Field location is Missions Baseball Academy (MBA), located at 5707 Highway 151, San Antonio, TX 78227.
Please mark your calendars with these important dates and information:
– January 4th, Noon-4:00pm. HS & MS evaluations/combine at (MBA)
– January 13th, practices begin for both HS and MS at MBA
– January 15th, Registration closes
If you or someone you know is interested in participating in FEAST’s baseball program or should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Commissioner Hunter Kennemer at email@example.com.
As always, we are grateful for our volunteers and their families who selflessly give their time, energy, knowledge, and love for the benefit of our young men—thank you!