They look good on and off the field
Introducing Calvary’s 2017 Varsity Softball Team
Madison Njust Jackie Cota Gabby Lara Emily Peterson Crystal Eilerts Grace Craig Katie Hare Emily Kahle Bonnie Kahle Madison Taylor Alyssa Lara Christine Simonian Melissa Cruz
Looking forward to watching these girls grow and develop as softball players, teammates and Christian disciples in the coming season. Stay tuned for updates about our season.
Congratulations to Calvary Softball on their incredible and unheard of League Winning Streak of 66 wins that came to an end at the hands of Estancia HS last night. Incredible job ladies, hold your heads up high for you are true Champions and Disciples for Christ. Its great to be born again!!! Coach G.
The Calvary Chapel Eagles jump on Katella early and coast to 11-5 win
Victory! Next game is Saturday, March 21 11am and 12:45pm at Orange HS for games 1 and 2 of the Katella tournament. See you at the fields!
The Calvary Chapel Eagles jumped out to an early lead on Katella and captured an 11-5 victory on Tuesday at TeWinkle Park – Field #1.
With eight runs in the first three innings, the Calvary Chapel Eagles left no doubt about the eventual outcome.
A single by Sophia Peterson, an error, and an error in the first inning and an RBI single by MacKenzie Schultz, a wild pitch, a wild pitch, an RBI single by Darian Gibson, and an RBI single by Amber Arrington during the second inning fueled the Calvary Chapel Eagles’ offense early.
The game was back-and-forth heading into the second, with five lead changes.
It was a good day at the plate for the Calvary Chapel Eagles’ Gibson. Gibson went 3-4, drove in one and scored two runs.
Madison Njust got the win for the Calvary Chapel Eagles. She allowed three runs over two innings. She struck out one, walked two and surrendered seven hits.
Whitney Mesi took the loss for Katella. She allowed eight runs in three innings, walked none and struck out one.
It didn’t take long for the Calvary Chapel Eagles to answer as they scored three runs of their own in the first.
The Calvary Chapel Eagles put up one run in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth. In the fourth, the Calvary Chapel Eagles scored on an RBI single by Arrington, plating Gibson.
The Calvary Chapel Eagles scored on an RBI double by Schultz.
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“Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind… and love neighbor as yourself.” Matthew 22:37–39
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