With a full middle schlool, junior varsity and varsity program, the Hawks offer a highly competitive spring baseball schedule and excellent coaching by homeschool dads with baseball experience.
Players are given innovative skill and endurance driven practices as well as important godly mentorship.
The Hawks also offer fall programs, off-season strength and skill training, and a complete middle school and high school spring season schedule against private schools, public schools and homeschools.
2020 Spring Tryouts
MS, JV, VAR
Saturday, Jan. 18
Wilders Grove, 4204
Willow Oak Rd. Raleigh
*There are a limited amount of slots open for non-homeschool athletes on each team. Those slots will be selected based pplayers skill level and ability to commit to games and tournaments.
**For all trying out, players must NOT be listed on another school roster or homeschool roster in order to be eligible for the 2019 season. Varsity players may not participate if you school has a baseball team*. Players on travel teams during the school season must clear participation with the Hawks head coach before joining the team* MS players should have previous game competition experience. MS dimensions are 90ft. bases and 60-6 pitching. We will look at 6th graders but most of our competition is 7th and 8th.
* By CAASC rules, we are permitted only 4 non-homeschool players per team. Varsity players may not come from a school that offers baseball. However, if you tryout for your school varsity team and are cut from the squad, you may be considered as a hard ship case.
Hawks Varsity Boys 2015
Graduating Seniors holding 2015 South East Athletic Conference Championship 1st Place Trophy (l to r): David Pullen, Reid Walls, Aaron Mullens, Ben Senior, Zach Lewis and Jacob Moore