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Senior Spotlight Travis Parrott

Today we will be shining our “Warrior Senior Spotlight”  the last two seasons Travis has leadoff and won team MVP in his sophomore, earned first team conference (All-Greater South Shore), and was one of the state leaders in stolen bases for most of the season (27 total).  Travis was also invited to play baseball in Puerto Rico

Baseball Senior Spotlight Brandon Shirley

Warrior Fans allow us to introduce to you to our Senior Warrior Baseball Captain Brandon Shirley. Shirley has played Varsity Baseball the last three seasons. Brandon had a great Junior Season with a batting average of .415 scoring 14 runs with 17 hits and 12 RBIs. Brandon over the last two season has a batting average

Calumet Baseball will be participating in the class 3A Griffith Baseball Sectional!

Calumet Baseball will be participating in the class 3A Griffith Baseball Sectional! Games will begin on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2nd round games will be played on Friday, May 24th and the championship will be played on Memorial Day (May 27th), at 11 a.m. In the event of rain, the game(s) will be pushed back 1 day, time

WARRIORS BASEBALL VS MICHIGAN CITY

Warrior Nation our Varsity Warrior Baseball will face-off with Michigan City Thursday, May 2nd at 4:30 PM. This game will be an away game. The Address is  8466 W Pahs Rd, Michigan City, IN 46360.

Warriors Baseball Sweeps Lake Station to Open the Season

The Calumet Warriors have started strong this season (2-0) thanks to sweeping Lake Station in the opening series of the year. The Warriors began the season on the road on Monday winning 12-3.  The bats were hot, led by DeAndre White who made his Calumet debut going 4 for 4 with three RBIs including a

Calumet Warriors Baseball Gives Back to Community

On a warm and sunny Sunday, October 14, the Calumet Warriors Baseball Program hosted a free baseball skills camp on the varsity field.  The varsity players gave up their Sunday morning and even missed some of the Bears game in order to pay it forward to younger kids in the community.  The camp was an