Your War Eagles put up 4 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to beat College Park 5-4. With a large crowd on hand the game was a battle most of the night. College Park scored one run in the 3rd inning and another 2 in the 5th with Oak Ridge responding with a run in the bottom of the 5th. With a 3-1 lead, College Park added another run in the top of the 7th inning. That ended the night for the starting pitcher, Feltman. (6IP, 6H, 4K, 3ER, 2BB) Bailey Cobb finished the rest of the inning unscathed. College Park entered their closer, Nate Fisbeck in the bottom of the inning and then the hits came. After scoring two runs, with based loaded an 1 out, down 3-4 Anthony Smith hit the walk off single to lead the War Eagles over College Park, 5-4.
Thursday, April 2nd, is Senior Night. We will salute our senior players and their parents on the field before the game. Parents, please show up to the game by 6:00 pm.
Friday, April 10th will be local youth baseball night. All kids that wear their local little league or youth baseball uniforms will receive free entry into the game. After the game, they will be able to meet the players and run the bases. Come support your War Eagles and show off your team pride.
Saturday, April 11th will be Sponsorship Day. We will invite our sponsors out to the game. Please come and thank our sponsors for their dedication to our boys.
An Early Start Lifts The War Eagles over Atascosita
Oak Ridge started off with two runs in the first inning off a double from Luken Baker, an infield hit by Riley McKnight and a hit by Michael Lawson. Baker shut out the Eagles in 6 innings pitched. The only real threat by the Eagles was in the fourth inning with bases loaded and no outs, but Baker struck out the side to end the threat. Anthony Smith hit a solo home run in the top of the seventh inning to add to the War Eagles total. Miles Dunn completed the save in the seventh to give the War Eagles a 3-0 win.
Oak Ridge takes Conroe
The War Eagles stay undefeated in district by beating the Conroe Tigers 5-2. Durbin Feltman gets the win, going 4-0 on the season, pitching 5 1/3 innings. Addison Moss hit a timely double that scored 2 in the first inning and the War Eagles never looked back. Michael Lawson went 2-2 and Anthony Smith went 1-1 scoring a run each. Next Up Atascocita Tuesday night.
Oak Ridge Wins District Opener!
Oak Ridge comes back late in the game to win 3-1 in 8 innings. Luken Baker pitched all 8 innings and only gave up 1 run in the 1st. The War Eagles trailed the whole game until the top of the 7th inning when the tying run was scored on an error to keep the War Eagles alive. Riley McKnight knocked in the winning run on a double that scored Matt Maholov from first. The War Eagles added another run in the 8th to take the lead 3-1. Baker completed the game in the bottom of the 8th, three up three down. Next up, Conroe, at home Friday night.
BASEBALL season is off to a good start at Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Varsity stays undefeated.
The War Eagles picked up three games last weekend to make up for the tournament in Arlington that was canceled. They took on Georgetown Friday and played a double-header against Willis High School on Saturday. Addison Moss knocked in the winning run against Georgetown as the War Eagles won 4-3. Your War Eagles beat Willis 9-0 and 7-5 to stay undefeated on the season.
Oak Ridge goes 4-0 on the season.
The War Eagles went 4-0 in the War Eagle tournament, beating Magnolia (4-1), Caney Creek (13-0), Huffman (7-4), and St. Thomas (5-1). Quality pitching and timely hitting helped the varsity team win all four games of their opening tournament. Congratulations for going undefeated in the tournament!
JV and Sophomore teams went undefeated in their season opening tournaments as well.
Wing -N-More Tournament
The next tournament will be the Wings-n-more tournament at home, March 12-14th. We will host Memorial, Keller, Georgetown, Deer Park, and Clear Creek. Be there to support your War Eagles. Check the schedules page for game times.
ORHS Baseball Golf Tournament
THe Oak Ridge Baseball Golf Tournament was a huge success. Fun was had by all. First Place went to the McKnight foursome. (There is a deflated ball controversy that is being investigated. We will let you know the results of our internal investigation soon.) Second Place went to Gerhard Britz, Reinard Britz and Vince Gibbs. Thanks for all who help with this event and especially those that attended.