St. Augustine Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 13
  • Conference Record: 5 - 7

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St. Augustine Baseball Players to sign Letters of Intent on Wednesday

MEDIA ALERT: NEW ORLEANS, LA. Monday, November 12, 2018 – Two St. Augustine High School baseball, student-athletes will sign letters of intent during a National Signing Day ceremony in the school’s library on Wednesday, November 14, at 1 p.m.  WHO: The following student-athletes will sign letters of intent: Middle infielder Will Spears Jr. will sign with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Purple Knight Baseball Kicks off year with Family meet & greet

When you think of a sport’s preseason preparation you often think of conditioning, long practices, and behind the scenes work developing plays and game strategy. This year the Purple Knight Baseball coaching staff added a family meet and greet to that list. The baseball coaches recently hosted a meeting for the players and their families. The

Purple Knights advance in LHSAA baseball playoffs for first time in St. Aug history

The day started under the beaming sun with baseball fans gathering in the stands at Kirsch Rooney Park to watch the great American pastime. Just as the sun went down, dozens of St. Augustine faithful fans and players alike burst into happiness, jumping with joy as the Purple Knights made school history. For the first

Purple Knights headed to LHSAA Baseball Playoffs

The St. Augustine Purple Knights will play the Archbishop Rummel Raider Baseball Team in the best of 3 series in the LHSAA baseball playoffs. All games will be played at Kirsch Rooney Park. Game 1:  Thursday, April 26, at 5 p.m. Game 2: Friday, April 27, at 4:30 p.m. Game 3: (if needed) Friday, April

Baseball Closes Out Regular Season with Senior Night win over Lusher

The St. Augustine Purple Knights baseball team was in action on Saturday, April 21, as they honored seniors, Kedrick Edwards, Chris Hernandez, Dwayne McGill, Drew Sceau, and Kolby Simms. The Purple Knights defeated Lusher Charter School 14-4 thanks to nine runs in the third inning. Simms, McGill, and Sceau each had RBI’s in the frame.