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Schedule Changes and Updates

Cancellations and Postponements are as follows: 2/28 Scrimmage with Cary has been CANCELLED. 3/3 games with Middle Creek and 3/5 games with Athens Drive have been POSTPONED to a later date (not confirmed at this time).

The first games will be with Garner on 3/6 at 4pm.. JV at home and Varsity at Garner.

The Parent Meeting for parents/guardians of players that make one of the two teams will be on 3/5 at 6:30pm.

The 1st Pitch Dinner will be on 3/9 at 6:30pm at Ciago’s.  Brinkley Wagstaff will be the guest speaker.  Coach Wagstaff was the coach of the 1987 State Championship Team

Thanks for all your patience.

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2012 Trey Cheek Memorial Golf Tournament Set Records for Players and Donations 

We just wanted to thank everyone who participated in the Trey Cheek Tournament this year.  It was a very successful event as we broke records in participation and donations. 

The tournament committee will set the bar high again next year and we appreciate all your support in making the event a great success every year. 

Missed the Tournament and still want to Donate
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We want to hear from you so let us know what you thought of the tournament.

Brian Tatum briant@carolinahurricanes.com and
Karl Zellman kzellman@nc.rr.com

 

Wilson White Hurles complete game  to get first Victory- Final Score BHS 4 Enloe 1

Wilson White leads the Caps to their first victory of the season.  White goes all 7 giving up just 1 run on 4 hits while striking out 7.  All the offense came in the 5th inning starting with a single by So. Jackson Williams, a walk to Jr. Braden Williamson, another single by Fr. Dom Ford, a Huge 2 RBI single by So. Rob Case and then Jr. Wilson White tacked on another 2 runs with a 2 RBI single.  The 4 run inning proved to be too much as White closed out the final 3 innings.  White showed great leadership and resilience working out of trouble in both the 5th (surrendered 1 run) and 6th innings.  The Caps look forward to taking this momentum into next Monday as they take on Riverside at Wiley Warren Field

Next Game Monday 3/26 vs Riverside 4:30pm Home at Wiley Warren Field

Overall Record (1-6) Conference (1-2)
 

Eric Collins’s Grand Slam Elevates Caps JV over Enloe 11-1  
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Broughton started Yarborough against conference rival Enloe with Kriegsman behind the plate. Enloe managed to get their only run in the first inning off an error. Broughton retaliated with 2 runs in the first with an RBI from Collins. Broughton led 2-1 and never looked back.
 
Yarborough managed to keep Enloe off balance through the rest of the game holding them to the single run. The Caps defense stood strong against their bats and with a handful of Ks, the Eagles just couldn’t score.
 
Broughton’s bats were lighting up. A Grand Slam from Collins in the 2nd inning brought the team out of the dug-out and took the wind out of Enloe’s pitching.
Broughton 6, Eagles 1
 
The 3rdthrough the 5thInning brought more hits from the team, with RBIs from Feeny, Eller, Rodriguez and Collins. The umpires call the game on the 10 run rule. Broughton 11, Eagles 1
 
RBIs Collins 8, Eller 1, Feeny 1, Rodriguez 1
Baldwin 2-4, Eller 2-3, Feeny 2-4, Collins 3-3, Eller 2-3  

Broughton Overall Record (5-3) Conference (2-1)

Broughton JV Narrowly Defeat Riverside 3-2
Game Photos
Riverside traveled to Broughton and came out hitting, with 2 RBIs in the first inning, to lead The Caps 2-0. Sawyer was the starting pitcher for Broughton, and settled in to control the pace, throwing 3 Ks through the 3rdinning.  Broughton’s Eller had a clutch double play at third, and Brannon, had a nice throw down on a third strike, to hold Riverside to 2 runs through 3 innings.

In the bottom of the third, Broughton’s bats caught up with Riverside’s pitcher. A Collin’s RBI drove in a run, and Brannon had a 2 RBI double, putting Broughton on top 3-2.

It was a pitchers battle to finish the game. Riverside brought in another pitcher. Broughton kept Sawyer on the mound, and he responded with 6 additional Ks. The Caps managed to get into scoring position twice, but couldn’t score.

Broughton 3, Riverside 2

Brannon went 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs, Collins with an RBI
Sawyer pitched 7 innings with 9 Ks 

Caps make some costly mistakes and are unable to recover  

The Caps come up short against Leesville losing 7-2.  Leesville did a good job of capitalizing on the Caps’s mistakes.  The Pride scored 3 in the first off some BHS miscues and never looked back.  Wilson White played with purpose throwing 4 great innings and going 2-3 with a big HR in the 4th.  Maclin Batchelor also had a solid day going 2-3 with the other RBI.   The Caps are still searching for the key to bring it all together.  They will continue the search next week, stay tuned.

Next Game Tuesday 3/20 vs Wake Forest Rolesville 4:30pm Home at Wiley Warren Field

Overall Record (0-6) Conference (0-2)
 

Caps JV Shut Out Leesville 3- 0 
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Broughton played a solid home game Friday, taking down Leesville efficiently. Sawyer started for the Caps, pitched 7 innings, and shut out Leesville, with Brannon behind the plate.
 
Leesville couldn’t get the bats started as Sawyer worked the strike zone well. With an RBI from Eller in the 1st, Broughton led 1-0. Leesville had good pitching and defense as well holding Broughton to 1 run through the 3rd. A hit by Brannon in the 4thwas followed with an RBI from Morris. Caps 2, Pride 0
 
Pitching and defense were dominant on both sides of the field through the fifth inning with both teams unable to score. In the 6thinning Broughton’s Eller was brought home with another RBI by Morris. Caps 3, Pride 0
 
Sawyer closed the final inning with 2 K’s, for a total of 7 strike outs. Morris hit 3-3 with 2 RBI’s, Eller hit 2-3 with 1 RBI. 

Broughton Overall Record (3-3) Conference (1-1)

Caps have lead through the 5th and then the wheels fall off
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The Caps played 5 great innings carrying a 4-2 lead into the 6th.  Then Millbrook scored 10 runs in 2 innings as the Caps were held scoreless for a final score of 12-4.  Joe Bialkowski showed great poise on the mound and Garret Willamson had a great game behind the plate but it was not enough to overcome the late inning troubles.  The Caps have been outscored 23-0 in the final 3 innings this year.  This disturbing trend has hindered a talented team too long.   The ability is certainly there but the leadership has not emerged from the young squad.  If the Caps have any hope to turn this year around it is time for the players to step up and be accountable.

Next Game Friday 3/16 @ Leesville 4:30pm

Overall Record (0-5) Conference (0-1)
 

Caps JV struggle against Millbrook pitching, lose 7-2 
 Game Photos
Broughton travels to Millbrook to take on the undefeated Wildcats. The Millbrook starter holds the Caps to zero in the 1st. Yarborough starts for Broughton pitching with Brannan behind the plate. Millbrook is hitting, and with Broughton playing some good defense the Wildcats still get a couple of runs. Wildcats 2, Caps 0
Pitching is consistent for the Wildcats through the 3rd, and the umpire evidently likes the Wildcats pitching placement, high and in or away. Wildcats 3 Caps 0
Collins has a lead off triple in the 4th, and scores a run. The Wildcats answer with a run. Wildcats 4, Caps 1
 
Feeny leads off the 5thinning with a hit, and scores off a Sawyer hit. Johnson relieves Yarborough for Broughton. Millbrook keeps the pressure on and adds another run. Brannan makes a play at the plate, to hold them off. Wildcats 5, Caps 2
 
Top of the 6thand Millbrook brings in a new pitcher and the Caps can’t get on the bases. Millbrook continues to put the ball just out of reach, and add 2 more runs.

Final Score Wildcats 7 Broughton 2
 
Brannon goes 3 for 3, Eller 2 for 3, RBIs by Rodriguez and Sawyer  

Overall Record (2-3) Conference (0-1)
 

Caps Playing well but fall to tough Middle Creek Team
Broughton kept the game even through 5 but could not overcome 4 errors and 4 unearned runs.  Final score Middle Creek 6- Caps 3. Caps did get good pitching from combination of Sr. Michael Saba, Jr. Garret Williamson, Jr. Jacob Kriegsman, and Jr. Austin Walker.  Jr. Joe Bialkowski had a career day at the plate going 3-4 with 2B, 3B, RBI and 2 Run Scored.  The Caps have the talent and skills to compete at a high level, they are just searching for that final piece to bring it all together.  Their next chance will be Friday 3/2 as they look to avenge the loss earlier in the week.
 
Leading Hitters: Bialkowski 3-4(2B,3B,RBI),
Jr. Maclin Bachelor 1-3(2RBIs)
 
Overall Record (0-2) Conference (0-0)
 
Next Game Friday 3/2- Wiley Warren Field (home) vs Garner HS 4:00pm
  
Caps JV win in dramatic 7thInning! 
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The Caps traveled to Middle Creek, and in an exciting final inning came away with a 5-3 victory over the Mustangs.
Soph. Conner Johnson was the starting pitcher for Broughton, and was consistent through 5 innings, holding the Mustangs to 2 runs. Broughton had scored 2 runs on RBI’s from starting catcher Kriegsman in the 2ndand Sawyer in the 4th.
 
Feeny relieved Johnson to start the 6th. Broughton came through with a clutch double play from1stto 3rd, keeping the game tied at 2-2, through the 6thinning.
 
The Caps came out in the 7thwith hits from Brannon, and Corchiani. A bunt from Baldwin brought in a run. Sawyer drove in 2 runs to put the Caps up 5-2. Sawyer relieved Feeny in the 7th inning. A close play at home was called safe and the Mustangs now had 3 on the scoreboard. Sawyer closed the final inning with 2 strike outs, and Caps win 5-3.
 
Sawyer 2/2 3 RBI, Baldwin 1 RBI, Kriegsman 1 RBI   

Overall Record (1-1) Conference (0-0)
 
Next Game Friday 3/2- @ Garner HS 4:00pm
 

Caps Drop Opener to Garner on Late Inning HR
Broughton faced off with Garner in the season opener, the back and forth contest ended in a 5-7 loss.  Jr. Joe Bialkowski started the game, after two inning of work and surrendering 4 runs Coach Jones went with the Jr. righty Chris Schrum the rest of the way.  The Caps cranked up the bats in the 3rd scoring 5 runs on 5 hits including singles by Jr. Garret Williamson, Fr. Dom Ford, Jr. Wilson White, Jr. Max Magallanes and a 2 run double by Jr. Austin Walker.  The 6th inning two run HR by Garner proved to be the death blow for the Caps, final Score 5-7.
 
Leading Hitters for Broughton: Jr. Austin Walker 2-3(2-2B) 2RBIs, Jr. Wilson White 2-4 1RBI, Fr. Dom Ford 2-3 2RBIs, Jr. Joe Bialkowski 1-3 1RBI.
 
Record: Overall (0-1) Conference (0-0)
 
Next Game: Home- Wed. Feb 29th- Middle Creek- 4:00pm Wiley Warren Field (BHS)
  
JV Starts off with Good Pitching but can’t keep it going, lose 3-9
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It was a perfect day for baseball, 64 degrees with the sun shining. The Wiley Warren field looks great, and the smell of the popcorn coming from the freshly painted concession stand made us feel like we were at the DBAP.
 
The Caps and the Trojans squared off in what looked to be a pitchers dual, both teams were scoreless through 3.  Garner found the bat rack in the 4th, as the Caps defense struggled, Garner scored 3.  Broughton retaliated in the bottom half with a solo blast by Ben Eller. Garner continued getting the bat on the ball in the 5th, nothing strong, but 5 runs scored. Broughton answered with 2 runs but it was not enough to close the gap. Final Score Caps- 3 Garner-9
 
Record: Overall (0-1) Conference (0-0)
 
Next Game: Away- Wed. Feb 29th- Middle Creek- 4:00pm @ Middle Creek HS 

Varsity Roster

NAME # YR. POS. B/T HT. WT.  
HOPKINS, ZIQUINE 5 SR. OF R/R 5’7” 165  
SABA, MICHEL 13 SR. P, INF R/R 5’9” 152  
BATCHELOR, MACLIN 3 JR INF R/R 6’2” 197  
BIALKOWSKI, JOE 12 JR. P, OF L/L 6’3” 170  
KRIEGSMAN, JACOB 11 JR. P, INF R/R 5’7” 185  
MAGALLANES, MAX 22 JR. INF R/R 5’10” 135  
SCHRUM, CHRIS 7 JR. P, INF R/R 5’8” 160  
THORNHILL, STEVEN 20 JR. OF R/R 5’10” 160  
WALKER, AUSTIN 9 JR. P, INF R/R 6’4” 180  
WHITE, WILSON 16 JR. P, OF R/R 6’2” 170  
WILLIAMSON, BRADEN 14 JR. P, INF L/R 5’9” 170  
WILLIAMSON, GARRETT 8 JR. C R/R 5’10 162  
CASE, ROB 21 SO. P, INF R/R 5’10” 160  
WILLIAMS, JACKSON 6 SO. OF R/R 5’11” 164  
FORD, DOM 2 Fr. INF R/R 5’8” 150  
WOODS, JOHN 23 FR. C R/R 5’6” 155  


J.V Roster

Last Name First   #   Position
Baldwin John 2 OF
Brannon Nathan 9 C/INF
Collins Eric 20 OF
Corchiani Thompson 13 OF
Eller Ben 6 INF
Feeny Jared 1 INF
Hensley Alex 5 INF
Johnson Conner 11 OF
Kriegsman Daniel 16 C/INF
Robinson Jerome 12 OF
Rodriguez Arian 24 OF
Rotchford Collin 14 INF
Saba Andrew 3 OF
Sam Morris 7 INF
Sawyer Ben 19 INF
Wheeless Daniel 21 INF
Yarborough  Noah 15 INF