Kempner Boys Sophomore Baseball

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Pictures, Pictures and More Pictures

HUGE Shoutout and thank you to the softball and baseball parents who are sharing all of these great photos.  We have over 1000 new pictures on the site and I know we have more on the way.  Check out all of the great images.

2019 Long Ball Event Saturday at 10AM

Please come out and support our Kempner Cougars Baseball Team, Saturday, 3/30 starting at 10am. We will be set up at the Baseball Field and will have a Home Run Derby, HUGE Silent Auction, Raffles, Games, Half & Half Contest, Food and much more. All proceeds will benefit the Kempner Cougar Baseball Team on upgrades

JV & Soph baseball teams drop district openers

The sophomore and JV baseball teams kicked off the District 20-6A schedule as both teams took it on the chin against Ridge Point, with the sophomore team losing 15-2 and JV falling 9-2 at Cougar Field. In the sophomore contest, Brandon Phegley retired the first three, and six of the first 10 Panthers he faced,

Soph baseball earns doubleheader split

Follow a long stretch of inclimate weather, the sophomore baseball team finally managed to get on the field for a doubleheader on March 5, winning the first game before dropping the second half of the twin-bill. The Cougars pounced all over Katy Paetow, 11-0, in the opener before falling to host FB Austin, 10-3, in

Soph baseball claims scrimmage victory over Baytown Lee

The sophomore boys baseball team traveled to Baytown on February 15 and came home with a victory in a controlled scrimmage, outscoring the Lee Ganders 6-2. Each team sent five batters to the plate in their at-bats, with the frame ending after the fifth batter regardless of the game situation. Nick Spurlock (photo – left) got

Soph baseball splits opening twin-bill

The KHS sophomore baseball team split a double-header’s worth of scrimmage games on Monday, February 4, besting the homestanding Montgomery Bears before dropping the nightcap to Conroe High. Both scrimmages were four innings in length, with a 25-pitch limit per inning. The Cougs jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and never