Guilford Tech CC could not fend off the Eagles on Saturday, February 14. Guilford fell 4-3 at USA Baseball after falling behind by three runs in the fifth inning.
Guilford Tech couldn't get anything going so long as Justin Huggins was on the hill. They managed just two hits off of Huggins, who allowed one earned run, walked two and struck out three during his five innings of work.
The Wake Tech Eagles jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. A double by Brandon Gragilla, and a run by Austin Warren started the inning off.
The Wake Tech Eagles didn't relinquish the lead after scoring three runs in the fifth inning when they scored on three singles.
Wake Tech hung on to beat NC State Club 7-6 on Saturday, February 7. The Eagles were led by Dakota McFadden, who went 4-4 against NC State Club's pitching. He doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the first, third, and seventh innings.
Bailey Rice recorded the win for the Eagles, even though he allowed five runs over one inning. He struck out two, walked one and surrendered five hits. Chase Fuquay put away the final three outs to record the save.
In the top of the first, Wake Tech grabbed an early 2-0 lead. Austin Warren singled for the Eagles. Brandon Gragilla hit a double, which scored Warren. Gragilla also scored on an RBI single by McFadden.
Wake Tech scored two runs in the third and fourth innings.
Thanks to all our athletes and coaches who participated in the 2014 Triangle Heart Walk on Sunday, September 28. The Eagles were well represented! We hope to see you back next year to support a great cause.
The baseball team recently volunteered at The Miracle League. The Eagles participate in this league each year. It provides children with special needs the opportunity to play a game they love. It is always a great experience for the kids and for our players. The children look forward to seeing the volunteers and the volunteers leave with a new appreciation for the participants and the game.
On Thursday, May 8th the Athletic Department held their annual Athletic Banquet to honor their student-athletes for their accomplishments on and off the field. The banquet began at 5:00 p.m., where students were greeted by a slideshow of the memories made from the past year and then took part in a catered meal.Athletes were welcomed by Athletic Director, Barry Street, who summarized the year’s accomplishments. AD Street highlighted the first ever opportunity for men’s basketball to compete at National level, the baseball team making the Region X Tournament for the first time, and the Volleyball team advancing further than before at the Region Tournament. The following awards were received by the 2014 baseball student-athletes: Zach Cooper - Most Improved, Jake Beaver - MVP, and Hunter Brown - Coach's Award