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There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow after school in the Drivers Ed room for anyone interested in going out for baseball. The meeting should take somewhere around 15-20 minutes, and there will still be open gym as regularly scheduled at … Continue reading
Attention all prospective baseball players not out for a winter sport. Preseason workouts/training will begin Monday, January 9th in the Fieldhouse. Open gym will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays throughout the months of January and February from 3:00 – 4:30. … Continue reading
The varsity baseball team will be competing at the State Tournament in Peoria this weekend. We are offering a free fan bus on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s game vs. Rockford Lutheran starts at 5:00pm. The bus will leave at 2:30pm from … Continue reading
Practice begins Monday, February 29th for all boys not still playing basketball. Practice times are 4:30 to 6:30 PM. All Varsity players should meet in the balcony of the gym for issuals at 4:30. Fr-So players should meet in Room … Continue reading
ATTENTION HUSTLIN’ COMET BASEBALL PROSPECTS: THINK SPRING!! Practice for the 2016 baseball season begins February 29th. Sign-ups for the Varsity and Frosh Soph teams are taking place this week in the cafeteria. Please sign in and take an information packet. … Continue reading
The Reed-Custer Comets used a 6 run rally after 2 were out in the second inning to pull away from Clifton Central in opening round action of IHSA Regional play on Monday. Reed-Custer would go on to win the game … Continue reading
The Reed-Custer Comets faced Wilmington Monday night and took a 9-2 Interstate Eight Conference decision over the Wildcats. The victory was the sixth straight for Reed-Custer. The Comets are 18-10 overall and 7-4 in the I-8. Read more about this Comet … Continue reading
Eddie Wilkins struck out 11 and walked only 1 as he lead the Varsity Comets to a 3-1 victory over Peotone yesterday. The Comets improve to 13-10 overall and 4-4 in the I-8.
The Fresh-Soph Comets baseball team traveled to Seneca Friday night and won 4-3. The Comets’ offense was led by Carson Anderson and Mason Roach with 2 hits apiece. Doug Blades picked up the win on the mound for the Comets.