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Ziquine Hopkins Wins the Trey Cheek Memorial Scholarship
Photos of Awards Banquet

Zi Hopkins is the winner of the 2012 Trey Cheek scholarship. Zi is a young man who has displayed great poise through difficult times.  Always positive and ready to help out.  A man of high personal responsibility and possessed of good morals.  We wish Zi good luck as a college student in the fall.  

 
Additional Awards

 

GOLDEN SPIKES AWARD   

ROB CASE

FOR THE MOST COMPLETE PLAYER

HIT .343, LED TEAM IN HITS & DOUBLES

PLAYED 4 DIFFERENT POSITIONS

HAD AN OUTSTANDING OVERALL YEAR

HON MENTION ALL CONFERENCE

 

“BUST YOUR BACKSIDE AWARD”           

AUSTIN WALKER

CONSTANT EFFORT & APPLICATION OF IT èIMPROVEMENT IN SELF & TEAM

GOES WITH OUR MANTRA “EFFORT IS THE BEDROCK OF EXCELLENCE”

 

GPA AWARD:           

CHRIS SCHRUM & MACLIN BATCHELOR

HIGHEST CUMULATIVE GPA ON THE BASEBALL TEAM.

 

HONORABLE MENTION ALL CONFERENCE

JOE BIALKOWSKI

HIT .357

LED TEAM IN OB%

3.43 ERA,  W/ 39 K’S IN 34 INNINGS PITCHED, INCLUDING 2 COMPLETE GAME 1-HITTERS

 

4-STAR COACHES AWARD:

ZI HOPKINS

FOR COMRADHIP, TEAMWORK, LEADERSHIP & OVERALL CONTRIBUTION.  HIS MANTRA IS TO PLAY WITH THE HEART OF A CHAMPION.  & HE DID

MVP :

WILSON WHITE

LED THE TEAM IN AB’S, RUNS SCORED, & STOLEN BASES.

LED THE TEAM IN IP, & ERA (2.04)

GAVE US A CHANCE TO WIN EVERY GAME.

 

BLAYNE BROWN AWARD

MICHEL SABA

THIS AWARD IS AN EXTENSION OF A WEEKLY AWARD, GIVEN IN HONOR OF BLAYNE BROWN.  EACH WEEKLY WINNER WEARS #1 (BLAYNE’S #) AS THE NUMBER 1 TEAMMATE OF THE WEEK.  THE WEEKLY AWARD IS GIVEN BY THE STAFF.  THIS AWARD WAS VOTED ON BY TEAM.  THEY VOTED FOR THE PLAYER WHO EMBODIES THE QUALITIES THEY MOST ADMIRE IN A TEAMMATE.  THEY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TOO:

DEDICATION, ABOVE & BEYOND EXPECTATION

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The Caps season came to a close Monday afternoon with a Loss to Sanderson Final Score 4-0
Game Photos of Senior Day and Game

The Caps finished the season with an overall record of 6-17 and a confernace record of 5-9.  With only 2 graduating seniors and the entire pitching staff set to return next year there will be high expectations for the Caps in 2013. 

We want to thank Coach Harry Jones, Chris Newton, Harold Kelly, Will Carter, Rick Jones, Nick Luhm and Ted Cashion for the endless hours spent on and off the field. 

Overall Record (6-17) Conference (5-9) 

Broughton JV Defeats Sanderson 4-3, to Close their Winning Season
 
 
Noah Yarborough pitched a solid game for The Caps today, completing all 7 innings, while keeping the Spartans at bay. This was an exciting game to watch. The Caps won as a team, with only one error on defense.
In the first inning Broughton was held scoreless by good Spartan pitching. It was Sanderson’s turn at the plate, and they scored a run off one hit. The Caps had a nice double play to close the inning. Spartans 1, Caps 0
The next 2 innings were scoreless for both teams as both pitchers were controlling the bats. Yarborough had 2 Ks in the 3rd.
The 4thinning was exciting. Baldwin and Collins led off for Broughton with nice hits, and seemed to rattle the Spartan pitcher. Morris pushed one enough to get Eller home. Robinson came in to run for Caps catcher Morris, and made it home on a steal and a couple of Spartan errors. The Spartans retaliated with a run, but The Caps stayed focused and closed the inning. Caps 2, Spartans 2
The 5thinning was 3 up, 3 down for both teams, with nice defense from Broughton.
In the 6th, Baldwin led off another inning with a hit, and Eller drove him in with an RBI double. Morris followed with his second RBI. The Spartans drove in another run, and the Broughton D held. Caps 4, Spartans 3
 Broughton had men in scoring position in the 7th, but came up short. Yarborough had battled well through the game, and this inning was no exception. With a K from Yarborough and 2 in-field plays later, it was game over.
Broughton 4, Sanderson 3
 
Yarborough 5 Ks; Morris 2-3, 2 RBI; Baldwin 2-3, 1 BB; Collins 1-2, 1 BB; Eller 1 RBI
 
The JV team had a great game and an exciting season, many thanks to the coaches.     
   
Overall Record (11-9) Conference (7-7)

The Caps will celebrate their 2 seniors Zi Hopkins and Michel Saba against Sanderson this afternoon @ Wiley Warren Field 4:30

The Caps will be playing for pride as they face Sanderson this afternoon, a loss to Wakefield on Friday night has knocked them out of the State Playoff Race.  Come out and celebrate the last game of 2 great Seniors Ziquine Hopkins and Michel Saba.

The Caps next game will be at Wiley Warren Field on Monday 4:30- Come support our Seniors

Overall Record (6-16) Conference (5-8) 

Wakefield Pitcher Shuts out Broughton JV 6-0
 
This game was a pitching duel for the 1st5 Innings. Feeny took the mound for Broughton and kept Wakefield scoreless through 5. The Caps had great defensive plays from the infield and outfield both, with no errors through the 5th. 
In the 6th, the Wakefield bats woke up, and scored 3 quick runs. Johnson relieved for Broughton, with men in scoring position. Wakefield scored 2 more to close the inning with 5 runs. The Caps were 3 up 3 down, in the 6th
Wakefield scored another run in the 7th. The Caps bats were shut own again by Wakefield.
Wakefield 6, Caps 0
 
 
Baldwin 2-3, Corchiani 1-2, Feeny 4 Ks   
   
Overall Record (10-9) Conference (6-7)

With 2 Games to Go the Caps Still Control their own Destiny

The Caps got a big win on Tuesday against Heritage.  Broughton won the slugfest 14-10 on a hot muggy night.  With every starter getting at least one hit the Caps put themselves back in the driver seat to get into the State Playoffs.  With a win tonight and another win on Monday the worst they can do is end up in a tie with Heritage.  If that happens a one game playoff will be held to fill the last State Playoff spot.

A 40 min lightning delay and hot muggy conditions put a strain on both pitching staffs Tuesday night but the Caps bats picked up the slack.  Jr. Max Magallanes led the team going 3-4 (2 Runs). Jr. Joe Bialkowski (2-5 2B RBI), Soph Rob Case (2-5 RBI), Jr. Wilson White (1-2 RBI), Jr. Austin Walker (1-3 RBI 3 Runs), Jr. Maclin Bathelor (1-4 2 RBIs), Jr Jackson Williams (1-2 RBI), Fr. Dom Ford (1-5 2 RBIs) and Sr. Zi Hopkins (1-5 RBI)

The Caps next game will be at Wakefield on Friday night 7:00pm- Come support the Caps!!!!

Overall Record (6-15) Conference (5-7) 

Capitals JV Falls to Heritage 7-2
 
 Broughton seemed disconnected today. The team played some great defense, yet we didn’t see the energy transfer to the plate. Yarborough started for The Caps. Heritage seemed to have everything going their way. They scored 3 runs in the 1stoff one hit. Morris was behind the plate, and had a nice play to Eller for a run down at 3rdto stop Heritage. Broughton was unable to score in the 1st.
The second inning was no different for Heritage, after 2 quick outs, they scored 3 more runs. Eller led off with a hit for Broughton, Rotchford drove him in with an RBI single. Heritage 6, Caps 1
In the 3rd, Yarborough started controlling the pace. 2 infield plays and a K shut down Heritage. Neither team scored.
The 4thinning was no different, with both pitchers controlling the bats. Broughton defense stopped Heritage which included a rundown at 2nd. No runs scored.
The 5thinning was 3 up, 3 down for both teams.
Heritage scored 1 run in the 6th, before Baldwin threw a runner out at 3rdfrom center. Heritage 7, Caps 1
In the 7th, Johnson closed for Broughton, 3up 3 down with a K. In their last ditch effort, Eller led off for The Caps, and was hit with a wild pitch. Saba pinch ran for Eller. Rotchford hit his second RBI for Broughton. Then 2 infield plays later, it’s game over for Broughton.
Heritage 7, Caps 2   
 
Rotchford 2-3 with 2 RBIs, Sipila 1-3, Eller 1-1 with 2 BB         

   
Overall Record (10-8) Conference (6-6)