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Etowah Baseball Try-Outs

Try-Outs for 2017 Etowah Baseball JV and Varsity teams will be Jan 16th - 18th.

Please make sure you have an up to date physical on file with the EHS Athletic Department.

Physical Form

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You may also pick up a form in the Athletic Office.

A Season To Remember!

A Season To Remember!

A Season to Remember

~2016 ~ 

The 2016 Etowah Eagles Baseball team made the community proud.  Etowah finished 3rd in the region with a 12 – 4 region and 18-7 season record.  Etowah was the lone representative in the baseball state championships from Cherokee county.  During the first round of the playoffs, the Eagles were looking for revenge against defending champions Parkview.  After an exciting sweep at Parkview the Eagles headed home for the 2nd round to face Colquitt County.  Etowah needed eight innings to beat them in the first game and did so with a grand slam.  They finished the night with another win to sweep round 2.  Going into round 3, Georgia Dugout Club stated the Eagles were “the hottest team in the state who had won 14 straight.”  The season came to an end at Norcross after two hard fought games. 

Etowah baseball wishes the best of luck to our graduating seniors.  Six out of the six seniors with be furthering their education and their baseball careers.  “The legacy of these seniors, who leave after going to back-to-back Elite Eights, will stick around,” Coach Robinson said.  “It’s time to reflect on the careers of these young men.  They’ll leave a lot of momentum for our program.  We have a good group coming back.  They see how the little things make all the difference in big games, and they can learn from how these seniors handled everything.” (Robinson’s quote taken from Cherokee Tribune article 5.11.16)

Eagles Flight Halts in Norcross

See article in the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News.

For game "GameChanger" summaries click here.

Eagles win to advance to round 3!


The Etowah Eagles reach the "ELITE 8" with impressive outings by starting pitchers Bryce O’Brien and Sawyer Gipson-Long, and in relief pitchers Andrew Keene and Brian Peet. The Eagles swept Colquitt County beginning with a game one grand slam by Andrew Keene in the bottom of the 8th for a 4-0 win in another strong, complete game pitched by Bryce O’Brien.

In the second game Tyler Adams got the offense started with a solo home run in the first inning followed by 10 additional hits for a good offensive night in their 6-0 win.  After an hour and a half rain delay the Eagles came back strong to complete the game in 7 innings with Sawyer Gipson-Long pitching 5 solid shutout innings striking out 9 batters and allowing only three hits.  Andrew Keene and Brian Peet teamed up in relief work to finish the game.

For game "GameChanger" summaries click here.

Eagles return home to Host Round 2 of Playoff Games!

Eagle Peak Baseball


After completing their sweep of Parkview this past Friday, the Etowah Eagles will be hosting the second-round doubleheader against the Colquitt County Packers on Wednesday, May 4th.  If necessary, a deciding game would be played on Thursday.

Come on out and show your support for the Eagles!

Eagles Sweep Parkview! Reach Sweet 16


The Etowah Eagles reach the "SWEET 16" on the backs of starting pitchers Bryce O’Brien and Sawyer Gipson-Long, and some relief work by Nick Torres and Andrew Keene. The Eagles swept Parkview starting with a 4-0 win in a strong, complete game shutout pitched by Bryce O’Brien in game one.

The second game went 10 innings; with a homerun by Drew Waters tying the game in the bottom of the 6th.  Sawyer Gipson-Long pitched an outstanding and impressive 8-1/3 innings striking out 14 batters.  Nick Torres entered the 9th with runners on 1st and 2nd, on one pitch got Parkview to hit into a double play.  Andrew Keene entered the 10th with a runner on first and went forward to strike out the side.  The Eagles scored one run in the bottom of the 10th to complete the sweep.

See also article in the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News.

For game "GameChanger" summaries click here.

Eagles Finish 3rd In Region to Face Parkview in 1st Round of playoffs

Region 5AAAAAA Standings

The Etowah Eagles finish 3rd in the region with a 12-4 region record and an 18-7 season record.  The Eagles will travel to compete against the Parkview Panthers Friday, April 29th for a double header starting at 5:00pm. 

Region play is a best of 3 game series.  If the teams split the first two games a third game will be held on Saturday.

Etowah Baseball Players Team Up with Miracle League!

The Etowah Baseball Team spent Saturday morning, 4/16 teaming up with players from Miracle League of Cherokee County.  The players enjoyed their time and both groups made impressions that will last a lifetime.

Etowah Baseball Teams up with Miracle League!! Select Photo to see more..

Etowah Baseball Players Team up with Miracle League Baseball. Click photo to see more........

Sophomores Need to Register with the NCAA to Play College Ball

Athletes interested in playing college ball need to register with he NCAA. Different divisions have different course work and grade requirements for eligibility. Every high school curriculum is reviewed by the NCAA. See the NCAA Information page on our website for links to NCAA sites regarding core course work requirements and grades. Learn more about important NCAA eligibility academic rule changes that impact the classes of 2013 and beyond. These rules may impact a players eligibility for practice, competition and financial aid in their first year at an NCAA Division I or II college or university.

This information is important to athlete's in all sports interested in playing college athletics. Register with the Eligibility Center to learn more about what Etowah courses are NCAA approved.

Sign-up for e-mail communications

Whether you are new to the area, a rising Freshman, a Player interested in participating in the Etowah Baseball Program, a Parent or Guardian, a family member, an Alumni or someone just interested in following Etowah Eagles Baseball throughout the year you can use this registration site to sign up for e-mail general communications.