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KHS Baseball Banquet

this Sunday, May 1 

Check in starts at 2:45, food service starts at 3:05 

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BASEBALL: Conroe takes tough walk-off loss to Kingwood

Posted Thu Apr 28th, 2016 12:00:PM
by By Rob Tate

KINGWOOD — It’s crunch time in District 16-6A and every small moment matters now. Especially for two teams on the outside looking in like Conroe and Kingwood. Late in the game Saturday afternoon, the Tigers twice battled back to tie the game on the Mustangs’ home field. With the game all square in the bottom of the seventh, Kingwood’s Thomas Allison cranked a...[MORE]

Kingwood splits district openers

Posted Tue Mar 22nd, 2016 5:23:PM
by By Dave Shurmack

The Kingwood High School baseball team opened District 16-6A play last week with a split of two games. The Mustangs opened district play early last week with a 6-2 win at Oak Ridge before dropping the district home opener 4-2 to Summer Creek on Friday.Sean...[MORE]

KHS varsity baseball plays at Minute Maid Park

Posted Tue Mar 22nd, 2016 5:27:PM
by By Jacqueline Havelka

The Kingwood Mustangs Varsity baseball team played the Caldwell Hornets at Minute Maid Field March 8. Many fans from Kingwood showed up to support the team. The Mustangs started the game with hot bats. Senior Chase Evans hit a triple on his first at-bat. Later in...[MORE]

Tony Gennusa joins the Texas Lutheran Baseball coaching staff

Posted Fri Jan 22nd, 2016 3:03:PM

  Tony Gennusa Graduate Assistant Coach for Baseball All-conference player and four-year letterman Tony Gennusa joins the Texas Lutheran Baseball coaching staff for the 2016 season. Gennusa was a four-year starter for the Bulldogs as an outfielder. He led TLU to the 2013 NCAA Division III playoffs and to four consecutive conference championship tournaments. Gennusa graduated from TLU in 2015, and...[MORE]

BASEBALL: Finnegan reflects on first season in Minors with Brewers

Posted Mon Oct 12th, 2015 9:53:PM

Sitting at a restaurant inside Boston Logan International Airport in late July, Jack Finnegan was awaiting a call. At the time the former Kingwood High School ace was listening intently for the boarding call for his flight home back to Houston. Finnegan, just completing a season...[MORE]

Finnegan, 'Moneyball' cross paths

Posted Mon Apr 18th, 2016 6:49:PM
by Dave Shurmack

One of the most revered systems in Major League Baseball history set its sights on former Kingwood High School baseball pitcher Kyle Finnegan. The revolutionary system changed the way players are evaluated and sparked the movie “Moneyball.” Billy Beane, general manager and minority owner of the Oakland Athletics, devised the system, which applies statistical analysis to players such as Finnegan. Oakland...[MORE]