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Site Update Coming

The site will be updated this week.  Results from the 2016 season as important dates and information.

You can check EAHS Softball results and stats at Gamechanger or MaxPrep.

Kavanagh & Stanilious Move Up The List

Maegen Kavanagh has moved into fifth for career wins with her 30th win of her career.  Only Amber Dalrymple (33), Maureen McIntyre (40), Alison Hartzell (51) and Shennon McIntyre (67) have more wins.

Emily Stanilious is on the way to joining five other Rovers with 100 or more hits.  Stanilious has 96 hits.  Those in the 100 hit club include Alison Riffert (102), Ashley Farmer (102), Alicia Good (105), Shara Rasley (111) and the leader in hits Audra Heilman (119).

For more up to date statistics check GameChanger  or MaxPrep (http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/easton-rovers-(easton,pa)/softball/home.htm)


Rovers Off To 7-1 Start

The Rovers are off to their best start since 2006 and are about to begin Steel Division play.  The Rovers host undefeated Freedom Thursday to open the Steel Division.

Follow the Rovers on GameChanger (free app) and MaxPrep.

Rovers Off To 3-1 Start

The Rover have started the 2016 season with a 3-1 record.  The Rovers opened the season with a 7-4 win at Hazleton.  The day the bus broke down on route 80.  Next up for the Rovers was a trip to Parkland and the EPC 18 opener.  We came up on the short end of a 1-0 game.  The Rovers opened our home schedule with a 5-2 victory against Delaware Valley.  On April Fools Day the Rovers defeated Northampton 9-6 for coach McIntyre's 400 victory. 

I would like to thank all the girls  who I've had the pleasure to coach over the years.  These are your victories and I thank you.  Coach Mac

Those of you following the Rovers on Eteamz, we've had some difficulties getting the website to work as in the past.  The Rovers can also be found on MaxPrep & GameChanger.   You can follow the Rovers every pitch on GameChangers for free.  Signup today.

2016 Season Is Here

     Tryout are about to begin under bright skies and warm, narly midseason tempature this year.  The Rovers feature a solid nucleus of returnering players to defend their Steel Division Title.  The Rover are hoping last season's experiece in the District XI Play-offs will help the Rovers reach even higher goals in 2016.

     Follow former Rovers on links page.

2016 Schedule

The Rovers 2016 shedule is nearly completed.  19 of our 20 games have been released.  The Rovers open the season at Hazleton on March 26 at noon.  This is the first visit to Hazleton.  Delaware Valley helps the Rovers open their home season on March 28 at 4:00.  The first EPC 18game is at Parkland on March 30.  The First Steel Division game is scheduled for April 1 vs. Freedom at home.  We are waiting on Central Bucks to schedule our final game of the 2016 regular season schedule.

JV & EAMS schedules will be released shortly.

Kavanagh & Stanilious

Make College Decisions

Maegen Kavanagh and Emily Stanilious have made their college decisions.  Maegen is planning on attending Millersville and Emily will be attending Moravian seeking a nursing degree.  Both will continue their softball playing careers.

Poinsettia Sale Ends

Monday November 16

All Poinsettia orders are due Monday November 16.  Please email orders to Coach Mac at mcintyree@eastonsd.org.  All orders will be confirmed by reply email.  Pickup is December 7 at EAHS Cafe between 3:15 & 4:15.

Rovers End Successful Season

 The Rovers finished the season with a records of 17-7, a trip to the District XI Finals and a Steel Division Championship.

Rovers Capture First EPC 18 Steel Division Championship

The Rovers win 5-1 over Bethlehem Catholic and Liberty's loss to Freedom gives the Rovers the first EPC 18 Steel Division Championship. The Rovers used the four hit pitching of Maegen Kavanagh, the two RBI of Emily Stanilious and three hit performance of Kylee Sutton to defeat the Golden Hawks. The Rovers will play Monday May 11 at home. The opponent to be determined.

Senior Night Success

On senior night the Rovers defeated Dieruff 10-0. Maegen Kavanagh and Mary Upjohn combined for a no hitter. Kavanagh helped herself at the plate with 4 RBI. Senior Alex Pennington supported the pitchers going 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles. Kyra Stanilious and Cathryn Cusano had two hits each. The Rovers travel to Bethlehem Catholic on Tuesday May 5 for the final game of the first season in the EPC 18. Tonights win earned the Rovers a spot in the EPC 18 league play-offs. Rovers Lose Heartbreaker Maegen Kavanagh only allowed 5 hits but suffered the loss. Bethlehem Catholic picked up 3 unearned runs in the sixth to take a 4-3 lead. Kavanagh also had a pair of hits including a solo HR in the second inning to open the Rovers scoring. The Rovers left 10 runners stranded. The Rovers will honor their seniors tomorrow in the last home league game against Dieruff. Rovers Take Lead in Steel Division with 7-0 Win Over Allen Mary Upjohn pitched her first complete game shutout on four hits and no walks. Cathryn Cusano provided the only run Upjohn would need with a first inning homerun. The Rovers added two more in the second. Miranda Youngkin tripled and scored on a wild pitch. Emily Stanilious drove in sister Kyra with an RBI single. Hannah Wieller doubled and scored on Kyra Stanilious's ground out to second. Rovers Win Tenth The Rovers won their tenth game, nineth in EPC 19, running overall record to 10-4. Mary Upjohn won her second game of the season and enjoyed her best day at the plate as a Rover going 3 for 4 with a triple. Alexa Barry was a doble shy of the cycle and had 5 RBI. The Rovers travel to William Allen Wednesday for a division game. Kavanagh Moves Into 8th Place in Career Wins The Rovers defeated Allentown Central Catholic 3-1 behind the 1 hit pitching of Maegen Kavanagh. Kavanagh pitched picked up her 6th win of the season moving into 8th place with 15 career wins. Miranda Youngkin led the Rovers at the plate with a triple and single. The only Central run was unearned. The Rovers finished a record week with 5 wins in six games. The only blemish was a loss to Parkland but two no hitters by Maegen Kavanagh and a pair of first career wins by Mary Upjohn and AJ Bryfogle easily made up for that loss. The week also featured first career hits by Lyndsay Shimkus, Alex Pennington, Amanda Lopez, Kyra Stanilious and Alexis Jenkins. The Rovers also moved into first place in the Steel Division with a 4-0 division record. The Rovers only have 5 games next week. Home games against Central, Bethlehem Catholic, Delaware Valley and Freedom on Monday through Friday followed by a trip to Central Bucks South on Saturday.

Never Before

Never before have the Rovers played six games in six day or eight games in nine days.  Mother Nature has really messed with the high school softball and baseball schedules.  If this year's past is any predictor of the future we will probably play only one or two games this week and end up with seven games in five days.  Here's what we got coming up starting 4/13.

Monday 4/13 Liberty at home

Tuesday 4/14 Parkland at home

Wednesday 4/15 William Allen at home

Thursday 4/16 East Stroudsburg North away

Friday 4/17 Dieruff away

Saturday 4/18 Hazleton at home

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College Sites

Collegiate websites for Taylor Barna & Rebecca Mitch are up and running.  Follow Taylor at IUP and Rebecca at Lock Haven.  Don't forget to check out Sara Rasley at Coastal Carolina, Brooke Limeberry at Wilkes and Eliza Sykes at Slippery Rock.

Rovers 2015 Schedule

     The Rovers open the 2015 season with three home games in four days.  First up is Delaware Valley on Friday March 20 at 4:30.  The Rovers hold a 2-1 edge over Del Val.  The Rovers host Hazleton for the first time on Saturday March 21 at 11:00.  The Rovers will play their first EPC18 Conference game at home against Parkland on Monday March 23 at 4:15.  Phillipsburg (May 9, 10:30 at EAHS) and Central Bucks South (TBA) round out the non-conference schedule.

     New conference, new format, new divisional setup but plenty of familiar faces.  Games are scheduled for 4:15 unless announced differently.  Softball has a three division format.  Each team will play their own division teams twice and 3 games from each division.  The league champion will be decided by an 8 team play-off.  The three division winners, decided by divisional games only, and 6 wild card teams, decided by conference games.

Steel Division                    Skyline                       Mountain

Easton                                Emmaus                     Pleasant Valley

Liberty                               Parkland                     Stroudsburg

Freedom                            Northampton            Pocono Mt. East

Beth. Cath.                        Whitehall                   Pocono Mt. West

Wm. Allen                         Nazareth                    East Stroudsburg North

Dieruff                               Allentown Central    East Stroudsburg South

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