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SKYHAWKS FINISH RUNNER UP IN INDIANA FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW
The Buick City Skyhawks Traveled to South Bend Indiana and come home with a runner up finish for the second year in a row. A disappointing finish as the Skyhawks felt they were the better team. They lose the championship game 3-2 to the Fort Wayne Bandits. A tough lesson that the best team doesn't always win, but the team who plays the best does.
SKYHAWKS ARE RUNNER UP IN THE 2018 TOTAL SPORTS STARS AND STRIPES SHOWDOWN
The Buick City Skyhawks faced some really tough competition but clawed their way to their third straight championship game. The Skyhawks couldn't overcome the Motor City Baseball Club in the finals falling 7-0 in a game that saw two rain delays. The Skyhawks should still be proud of getting to the finals for the third weekend in a row.
SKYHAWKS 18U WIN DUKE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP
The Buick City Skyhawks win the Duke division of the 2018 Iron Duke Baseball Tournament. The Skyhawks beat the Barnstomers 3-2 in extra innings winning the game in walk off fashion. The win gives the Skyhawks their second championship in as many weeks and is the organizations second championship as well.
18U SKYHAWKS ARE LAKE MICHIGAN BASEBALL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
The Buick City Skyhawks 18U beat the West Michigan Baseball Club 8-6 in the championship game. This win gives the Skyhawks organization their first ever tournament championship and all of the players involved go down in Skyhawk history.
Skyhawks Center Fielder and Pitcher Noah Hamilton signs with Alma College
Noah Hamilton has signed to continue his baseball career with Alma College. Noah signed as an outfielder and we believe he could see time on the mound as well with his terrific arm. Noah plans to study Pre-Med, interpretive physiology and health sciences.We look forward to watching Noah continue to develop and with his congratulations on his signing.
Skyhawks First Baseman Noah Howard signs with Cleary University
Noah Howard signs to play baseball with Cleary University. Noah will be attending Cleary pursuing a degree in Sports Management. We look forward to watching him continue to grow as a player. Congratulations Noah.
SKYHAWKS FALL TEAM FINISHES 2ND!
The Buick City Skyhawks Fall team came into Sunday's playoffs as the number 6 seed. They had to face Grand Blanc Black a team the Skyhawks have never beaten in Fall competition and had lost to earlier this Fall 8-0. The Skyhawks were not intimidated and Coach Wilson gave the team 5 reasons why they could win. The Skyhawks responded by beating Grand Blanc Black 7-3. They then took on the number 5 seed Grand Blanc Red team and two pitchers combined to throw a shut out with the Skyhawks winning 2-0 and advancing to the finals. The Skyhawks scored first in the finals but ran out of steam falling to the unbeaten Davison team 8-2. The Skyhawks continue to play better and make people take notice of the quality team they are.
SKYHAWKS 18U FINISHES RUNNER UP IN SOUTH BEND INDIANA!
The Buick City Skyhawks traveled to South Bend Indiana to play in the 2nd annual Harris Park Summer Smash. The Skyhawks overcame some adversity and went to the championship eventually losing to DC Elite. The semi finals game featured one of the greatest endings ever. With 2 outs and the tying run on 3rd base, pitcher Dylan Schmitz induced a ground ball to third. Austyn Sutherby made a terrific play to get to the hard hit grounder down the line. He then slipped in the loose dirt and made a throw across the diamond from the seat of his pants. Getting the out secured the Skyhawks position in the championship game with Dylan Schmitz tossing the complete game 2 hit shut out.
SKYHAWKS PITCHER JACOB COULTAS (J-COOL) SIGNS WITH OLIVET COLLEGE
Skyhawks left handed pitcher Jacob (J-Cool) Coultas has signed with Olivet College to play baseball for them in 2018. We are proud of the work he's put in and look forward to seeing him continue his growth as a pitcher. Jacob plans to study Business and Marketing at Olivet. Congratulations Jacob.
The Buick City Skyhawks 18U team played a great tournament last weekend finishing just short of a championship. The Skyhawks fell to the South Farmington Blues in extra innings. The defining win of the weekend was against the Saginaw Golds as the Skyhawks overcame an early 7-0 deficit gaining the win 9-7 in the Semi Final game. We're very proud of how the boys played and are looking forward to our next tournament.
Skyhawks performing service to benefit the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan
The Buick City Skyhawks are currently collecting donations of non perishable food items that they will deliver to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan on Saturday April 15th. That same day the Skyhawks will perform 3 hours of service at the food bank warehouse sorting food for donations. If you would like to donate food or pledge a donation to a player for their service please contact us.
Skyhawks Pitcher Travis Wilson signs with Iowa Wesleyan University
Left handed pitcher and first baseman Travis Wilson chose Iowa Wesleyan University over Rochester College as his destination to play college baseball. Travis said the decision was based on "the ability to pitch right away and possibly be a starter as a Freshman and the opportunity to try out for the vacant first base position as well". Travis will join the Iowa Wesleyan University Tigers as they are in their first year of transitioning from a NAIA school to a NCAA D3 University. He plans to study Sports Management and Business while there. We are very proud of Travis and what he's accomplished.
Skyhawks 2nd Baseman Hernan Solis Jr signs with Marygrove College
Hernan Solis Jr. signed to play college baseball with Marygrove College of Michigan. Hernan had a very successful season as he transitioned from a 3rd baseman to a 2nd baseman where his fast hands better suited him for turning double plays. Hernan was strong at the plate recording 62 plate appearances and only 3 strike outs. That's 1 strike out every 21 at bats. These numbers were what interested Marygrove who were looking for a player who put the ball in play. We're very proud of Hernan and what he has accomplished.
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