Varsity Baseball

Coach Rich Bailey

5-12 - Comstock 4 - Hackett 3
5-12 - Comstock 5 - Hackett 4

The Colts came together to put two good ballgames together over a pumped up and ready Hackett baseball team last night coming from behind to win the first game 4-3 on a walk off wild pitch and breaking a tie ball game in the 6th inning of the second game to win 5-4. Mason Groll pitched a 7 strikeout complete first game and drew a walk in the 7th that proved to be the tying run on a Shane Easter drive to right. Easter came in to pitch in the second game shutting the Irish out over four innings while Brad Clements big, one out double brought Mikey Derhammer in with the go ahead run. Ryan Eames drove in three runs on the night and gave the Colts three great innings on the mound. The Colts travel to Parchment on Friday for a 4 o'clock double header.  Thank you to those who came out on a cold day to support us.

5-8 - Comstock 4 - Schoolcraft 10

Bryan Moore's 2 run sacrifice tied the game at four apiece and the Colts played hard but were done in by rain delays and miscues in dropping a conference match-up to Schoolcraft 4-10 Friday night.  The Colts, 13-6 on the season, host Hacket on Tuesday in a rare home game.

5-6 - Comstock 6 - Constantine 8
5-8 - Comstock 7 - Constantine 2

A fired-up Constantine took the Colts into extra innings and came away with a conference win, 6-8 in the first game Wednesday night.  The Colts came back to win the second game 7-2 behind the strong pitching of Bryan Moore and Chad Paddock's three RBI's.

4-30 - Comstock 17 - Gobles 7

The Colts unloaded on Gobles last night with 13 hits and 17 runs behind the bats of Shane Easter who had 3 doubles, a triple and drove in 5 runs, and Logan Tiller, Chad Paddock and Gage Major who had two hits apiece. Mikey Derhammer had a double and an rbi and Ryan Eames, Brad Clements and Cal Ormanovich kept the Tigers in check on the mound. The Colts are home Tuesday to host conference opponent Constantine.  Thank you to those who traveled in support of us, especially you Ms Ramsey.

4-28 - Comstock 3 - Kalamazoo Christian 4
4-28 - Comstock 0 - Kalamazoo Christian 3

The Colts made a valiant effort to come from behind in the first game of a conference double header with Kalamazoo Christian last night but came up short despite a 7th inning 2 run double by Logan Tiller as the Colts lost 3-4.  In the second game the Comets jumped out to a 3 run lead in the first and despite a great shut out relief performance by Logan Tiller, the Colts couldn't push across any runs in a 0 -3 loss.  The team travels to Gobles on Thursday for a single non-conference game.

4-25 - Comstock 3 - Hastings 0
4-25 - Comstock 4 - Hastings 2

Saturday the Colts hosted Hastings.  In the first game, Ryan Eames threw a 5 hit complete game shutout while Shane Easter and Chad Paddock drove in all the runs the Colts would need for a 3-0 win.  In the second game, Brad Clements threw 5 strong innings and drove in 2 runs as the Colts picked up their 11th win of the season 4-2.  The Colts travel to Kalamazoo Christian on Tuesday for an important Conference match-up.

4-24 - Comstock 4 - Delton-Kellogg 3

4-24 - Comstock 14 - Delton-Kellogg 2

The Colts won  the first game against Delton in dramatic fashion Friday night, coming from behind to win in the bottom of the ninth that started with a Max Raphelson drive to right, a walk to Logan Tiller, an RBI single by Shane Easter and a walk off 2 RBI double by Chad Paddock for a 4-3 victory.  In the nightcap, the Colts exploded for 5 runs in the first and never looked back as Bryan Moore held Delton in check and the Colts rolled to a 14-2 win.

4-21 - Comstock 14 - Galesburg-Augusta 2

4-21 - Comstock 13 - Galesburg-Augusta 0

The Colts swung the bats and made the some fine defensive plays as they opened conference play by taking two games from Galesburg,14 -2 and 13 - 0.  Shane Easter had 6 hits including a triple and a double and drove in 3 runs while Logan Tiller had 4 hits and drove in 3.  Ryan Eames also had 4 hits driving in 3 runs.  Mason Groll picked up the win in the first game and Bryan Moore and Brad Clements shut the Rams out in the second game.  The Colts host Delton in a conference match-up Friday and take on Hastings at home on Saturday.  Thank you to all of you who came out and braved the cold to cheer us on.

4-17 - Comstock 7 - Buchanan 8

4-17 - Comstock 3 - Buchanan 3

The Varsity Baseball team travelled to Buchanan Friday night and wound up in an extra inning battle that despite some heroic efforts on the part of the Colts, ended up with an 8th inning Bucs 8-7 win.  Logan Tiller had four hits and three RBI's, Shane Easter had three hits and Chad's 2 run double took the Colts into extra-innings. The second game was called after three innings due to darkness and ended in a 3-3 tie.  The Colts would like to thank all of you who came out to enjoy the 100 Inning Game Saturday and to remind you that they travel to Galesburg Tuesday to open up Conference play.

4-14 - Comstock 6 - Coldwater 10

4-14 - Comstock 10 - Coldwater 3

The Colts traveled to Coldwater last night for a doubleheader under the lights and came away with a split against an honorable mention division 2 team.  The Colts played to a 6-6 tie through to the 5th but the Cardinals took advantage of Colt miscues to break the game open for a Coldwater 10-6 win. Brad Clements had 2 hits and 3 RBI and Logan Tiller and Chad Paddock both hit doubles.  In the nightcap the Colts exploded for 5 runs in the third and went on to win a 10-3 ball game in which Cal Ormanovich and Chad Paddock had three hits apiece, Two of Chads hits were doubles. Bryan Moore had 2 hits and 2 RBI's, and Mason Groll pitched four great innings of 3 hit ball before Shane Easter came in to shut the Cardinals out for the final three innings and turn off the lights.  The Colts travel to Buchannan on Friday and are home for the 21st Annual 100 Inning Game on Saturday.

4-11 - Benton Harbor Invitational Champion

Comstock 8 - Kalamazoo Home School 2
Comstock 12 - Benton Harbor 2

On a cold Saturday in Benton Harbor, the Colts Varsity Baseball team took on the Kalamazoo Cougars in the first game of the Jackie Robinson Classic and ground out a 8-2 victory led by Bryan Moore's 3 hit pitching and backed up by Chad Paddock's 2 hit, 3 RBI's, and 2 hits apiece by Shane Easter and Max Raphelson.  In the second game, both the temperature and the bats warmed up and while Mason Groll struck out 6, Cal Ormanovich, Shane Easter, Bryan Moore and Max Raphelson had two hits apiece.  Cal and Mason drove in two runs each and Shane Easter drove in 4 runs.  Bryan and Shane had two doubles each, Gage Major had his first varsity RBI and Dylan LaBrie picked up his first varsity hit. Thanks to all of you who came out to support us.  A special thank-you for the food and banana pudding. 

3-31 - Comstock 13 - Battle Creek Central 0

3-31 - Comstock 15 - Battle Creek Central 2

The Varsity baseball team warmed things up last night with two wins over visiting Battle Creek Central, winning the first game behind a stellar pitching performance by Bryan Moore and the torrid bats of Shane Easter and Max Raphelson who had 2 hits apiece.  Max drove in 3 runs and Chad Paddock ripped a 3 run triple as the Colts cruised to a 13 - 0 victory.  The bats stayed hot for the second game as Mason Groll struck out 4 batters in 3 innings, Logan Tiller struck out 2 in an inning of work and Shane Easter struck out the side in his inning of work.  Meanwhile Logan and Chad had two hits apiece, Brad Clements drove in 2 runs and Shane drove in 2 more runs on 3 hits in a 15 - 2 win.