After a gutsy, come-from-behind 5-4 victory over Bend, Crater Baseball will return to Volcanoes Stadium in Salem-Keizer for Saturday’s 5A State Championship game for the second year in a row. The team will take on either Churchill or Crescent Valley at a time to be determined. For more info and tickets, visit the OSAA website at OSAA.org. Congrats Crater!
Kindreich fans 20 in no hitter. Hollingsworth delivers walk-off hit to win it in the 8th. Crater faces Bend in semi-finals next Tuesday, May 29th. See the Mail Tribune story here: http://mailtribune.com/sports/preps/kindreich-fans-20-in-no-hitter-to-lead-crater
Today’s first round playoff game vs LaSalle has been rescheduled for noon due to the threat of afternoon thunderstorms. The gates will open at 11 a.m. For a complete playoff bracket and to follow outcomes, visit the OSAA site by clicking here.
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Tryouts for the Crater High School baseball program begin on Monday, February 26th at Anhorn Field immediately after school (approximately 4:00). Students wishing to play need to have completed all paperwork and have completed a sports physical. Contact the Athletic Department for details. Crater has three teams: a Varsity, a Junior Varsity, and a Freshmen team.
Crater Baseball’s Middle School Baseball program will hold tryouts this Sunday, February 11th, at 1:00 p.m. at Anhorn Field. For tryouts, prospective players should wear athletic pants (baseball, shorts, or sweats) and bring a glove. If the players has a favorite bat and cleats, that’s a bonus, but families should not purchase such items until the player is formally placed on a team. For more information email Jay.Campbell@district6.org.
Crater Middle School Baseball informational meeting and sign-up for 7th and 8th grade players and their parents is scheduled for Thursday, February 8th, at 6:30 in the Scenic Middle School library. For additional info, please email Jay Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Second ranked Crater put forth a valiant effort but fell short of a state championship in a 1-5 loss to top-ranked Churchill on Saturday. Crater was limited to an uncharacteristically-low four hits. Though the loss is painful, the fact remains that this team is one of only four Crater teams in the last fifty years to make it to the finals. Congratulations on a great season! For the full story, visit the Mail Tribune by clicking here.
Crater Baseball is heading to Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer to play for the 5A State Championship on Saturday (June 3) after dispatching a tough Crescent Valley team 9 to 5 at Anhorn Field. Larsen Kindreich pitched 5 1/3 innings and homered for Crater, Sebasten Boivin closed on the mound, and Jace Godley and Jake Cartwright each contributed multiple hits. Crater will play #1 Churchill on Saturday, which beat #5 Wilsonville 5-4 in 11 innings. Game time and other details will be announced.