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    2 on 1's Have Begun

    Check the schedule posted outside Coach Robinson's office.

    A few guidelines to follow:

    • Be 15 minutes early, warm-up and throw in the right field corner with your partner if you have defensive work first.
    • Pitchers waiting to throw, must warm-up in the right field corner before coming to do their pen work. Be ready to pitch when you toe the rubber.
    • Go directly to the cages if you have batting practice first. 
    • No food or drinks in the cages.
    • TURFS ONLY in the cages, cleats on the field. 
    • CUPS must be worn if you take ground balls.
    • CAPS must be worn.
    • Shorts are fine as long as they are grey, black or royal. 
    • Tee shirts are fine as long as they are grey, black or royal. 
    • We will work your other positions in the coming weeks.
    • DO NOT BE LATE or MISS your 2 on 1 without letting Coach Robinson know by Friday before your scheduled workout.

    Large Donations for Etowah Baseball can be made through the Etowah Foundation

    Large donations from companies or individuals which require a non-profit status can be made through the Etowah High School Foundation. Matching gifts through companies are a great way to make your dollars go farther.  We are working towards a concessions and bathroom building.

    Please CLICK HERE to visit the foundation's website for more information or to donate now! If a donation is made on behalf of the Etowah Baseball Program, please be sure it is designated on the donation or let us know to look for it at

    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.

    Upcoming Events

    • Dec
    • 4
    Poinsettia Pick-up
    • Dec
    • 5
    Goshen Valley Boy's Ranch
    • Dec
    • 21

    EHS Baseball Tryouts Begin