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vs.
Fayetteville Christian School
Baseball Field
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
Coastal Christian High School
Coastal Christian High School
Loss 5-16
vs.
Fayetteville Christian School
Baseball Field
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
Village Christian Academy
Baseball Field
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
Arendell Parrott Academy
Arendell Parrott Academy
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
Grace Christian School
USA Baseball National Training Complex
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Roster

Varsity Baseball
  • Edward Adams
    2019
  • Thomas Bartholomew
    2020
  • Edward Carey
    2021
  • Ford Everett
    2021
  • Luke Fuller
    2022
  • Hans Homeister
    2019
  • Jesse Martin
    2022
  • James Motter
    2019
  • Luke Nelson
    2022
  • Andy Plyler
    2020
  • Jake Shelton
    2019
  • James Talton
    2020
  • Josh Teague
    2021
  • Paxton Williams
    2021

Coaches

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors season is over after a 6-4 loss to Grace Christian Friday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The game was tied at two until the Eagles rallied for four runs on three hits and a St. David’s fielding error. “I enjoyed coaching this group,” said David Simmons, whose team finished 1-13. “Even though our record wasn’t what we wanted, this group tried their best in every practice and were competitive in most of the games.”  

Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors earned their first victory this spring, 6-5 in 10 innings, over South Wake Academy of Holly Springs Friday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Paxton Williams singled up the middle to score Jake Shelton to cap the game-winning rally. St. David’s (1-4) led 4-0 after two innings, but the Lions battled back to tie the score in the sixth, then took a 5-4 lead into the bottom of the 10thbefore Luke Fuller started the Warriors rally with a lead-off single. Shelton and Ford Everett walked to load the bases, then Andy Plyler singled off the pitcher’s glove to score Fuller and tie the score. Williams then drove the first pitch up the middle for the game-winner. “I am proud of the way we didn’t give up after having the early lead,” said coach David Simmons. “Jake and Ed Carey were great on the mound and got us out of some tight spots. Paxton came through when we needed him. Shelton struck out 10 Lions over 6.1 innings, while Carey got the win with six strikeouts over 3.2 innings. Fuller and Williams had two hits each to lead the Warriors offense.