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4 Diamonds Special Thank You

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In case you missed it, the CD Rams Baseball team made a presentation to CDHS Four Diamonds yesterday. Through the efforts of the players and our booster club, we were able to donate $1000 to Four Diamonds from our first annual Four Diamonds on the Diamond baseball classic! We have such a fantastic community of hard working students and athletes here who never hesitate to make a difference for a whole variety of different causes and they should be recognized whenever possible. Teachers like you all play an important role in instilling that mindset in our students. Keep up the good work CD!

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The Rams baseball team won for the second time in 3 games this week, 2 nothing over Cedar Cliff. Jake Deibert threw a complete game 5 hit gem and also drove in a run. 1st Baseman Derek Danko had the other RBI scoring Shortstop Braydon parr who was two for three at the plate. The rams travel to Mifflin County today for their next game for a 415 start.

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The Rams baseball team is happy to announce that the first pitch before today’s game vs. Cedar Cliff will be thrown out by Mr. Gus Pollock. Gus was chosen by senior pitcher, Christian Fox-Klein, as his most influential teacher here at Central Dauphin. RamNation says a big THANK YOU, Mr. Pollock, for being such a positive influence on your students! Game time today is 4:15 pm.

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Attention baseball fans, on Saturday the Rams baseball team will be hosting a Four Diamonds on the Diamond game vs East High here at CD to support the Four Diamonds Fund. JV will play at 1030 with varsity following at 130. Please come out to support the teams and help us knock cancer out of the park!

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The Rams baseball team brought back a W from Red Land yesterday to run their record to 8 and 8. Bryson Allen pitched 6 solid innings to pick up the win while Jake Deibert finished the 7th for the save. The Rams came alive in the 7th scoring 6 runs to pull ahead 8 to 5. JT Fredericks and Tito Figueroa led the way with 2 hits a piece. The next game is tomorrow here at CD vs. Cedar Cliff at 415.

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CD Spring Sports Special Report

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Attention baseball fans, this Saturday May 7th at Wenger Field in Fredericksburg, the Rams will be hosting a Four Diamonds on the Diamond game with the East High Panthers. JV plays at 4 and Varsity plays at 7. Cost of admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students and proceeds will be donated to Four Diamonds. Starting on Wednesday at all lunches, you can purchase some Four Diamonds shirts that will get you in to the game for free. Look for the table and get your four diamonds shirts from any baseball player. Help us knock cancer out of the park.

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The Rams baseball team stayed hot with their refuse to lose mentality on Friday and Saturday winning their third and fourth games in a row to improve to 7 and 6. Garret foster threw a 2 hitter on Friday against state college to earn the win on the mound while seniors Nate Horst, Christian fox Klein and Mario Cattabiani orchestrated a 2 run 7th inning to take the lead over the little lions, 3-2. On Saturday, the never say quit rams again scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 7th to beat Hazleton 3-2. Senior JT Fredericks drew a bases loaded hit by pitch to bring in Ben Snyder with the tying run and freshman Troy Schreffler walked the rams off with the game winning single up the middle to score senior Jarrett Heisey. Fox Klein and Dalton Oates combined to throw a 5 hit gem with Oates picking up the W. This team is the perfect example that you should never give up on anything you do in life! The rams return to action tomorrow against conference foe, Mifflin county.

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Below is artwork for the T Shirts that the Rams and Panthers baseball teams are selling for their Four Diamonds on the Diamond game on May 7th at Wenger Field In Fredericksburg. The shirts are $10 and can be ordered through Monday May 2. Shirts will be delivered prior to the game or can be available for pick up at the game. (JV at 430 Varsity at 7). ALL PROCEEDS will be donated to Four Diamonds in honor of Collin Kratzer, a West Hanover Elementary student, and in memory of Ellen Smith, cousin of former Ram 1st baseman Gary Smit II, who passed away of brain cancer last year. If you would like to order a shirt, please contact Coach Zellers at bnzellers@cdschools.org with size. Thanks for supporting this wonderful cause.

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The Rams baseball team stayed hot yesterday winning for third time in four games 2-0 over Carlisle. Junior Pitcher Jake Deibert picked up the W on the mound while Dalton Oates came in in the 7th for a huge bases loaded strikeout to earn the save. Freshman Troy Schreffler's double scored Jarrett Heisey and Ben Snyder to give the Rams the only runs they would need. The Rams travel to State College on Thursday for their next game. 

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The Rams baseball team won for the second time this week to improve to 4 and 6 on the season, with a 5-3 win over the Wilson Bulldogs on Saturday. Senior right hander Christian Fox Klein did the dirty work on the mound throwing all seven innings and giving up only 6 hits. Freshman right fielder Troy Schreffler provided a lot of the Rams offensive power going three for three with 2 doubles and 2 RBI while senior catcher Luke McNamara's monster triple also scored a run for the rams. The rams are back in action tomorrow at home vs Carlisle at 415.

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The Rams baseball team won yesterday against Cedar Cliff, 6-2. Jake Deibert threw a complete game on the mound scattering 4 hits over 7innings. He also helped himself at the plate with 2 hits. Second baseman Mario Cattabiani led the way at the plate going 2 for 3 with a run and catcher Luke McNamara added a two run double. Defensively for the rams, shortstop Tito Figueroa and Centerfielder JT Fredericks played great in the field. The rams travel to Chambersburg on Thursday for their next game.

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The Rams Baseball team is pleased to announce that the ceremonial first pitch before today’s game vs. Red Land will be thrown out by Mr. Roger Baer. Roger was chosen by senior centerfielder JT Fredericks as his most influential teacher here at Central Dauphin. Mr. Baer joins the illustrious list of incredible educators we have here at RamNation who have become positive influences on their students. On behalf of the players, coaches, and parents, the Rams thank you Mr. Baer for being the great role model you are.

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In case you haven’t heard, senior centerfielder JT Fredericks is being honored today at the Rotary Club as this month’s student of the month. Congrats! He is one of CD’s finest students and just an incredible person.

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The Rams varsity baseball team got back to their winning ways yesterday with a big 4-3 division win over Cumberland Valley. Jake Deibert picked up the win on the mound throwing six solid innings while senior Christian Fox Klein came in to close the game out with a lights out seventh inning. Leading the way at the plate were outfielders JT Fredericks and Ben Snyder who were both 2 for 4 while junior catcher Luke McNamara and Freshman outfielder Troy Schreffler each added a double. Catch the Rams back in action on Thursday at 415 at home when they take on the Patriots of Red Land.

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The Ram’s baseball team is pleased to announce that today’s ceremonial first pitch will be thrown out by the esteemed Mr. Steve Tecau, of the Social Studies department. This is Mr. Tecau’s record-setting 6th time in 7 years throwing out the first pitch. He was chosen by senior second baseman, Mario Cattabiani, as his most influential teacher here at CD. Thank you Mr. Tecau for being an incredible teacher and role model and such a positive influence on your students! You exemplify RAM PRIDE to the fullest!

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The Rams baseball team returned from Carlisle on Friday with a big 6-1 conference victory. Junior Jake Deibert was lights out on the mound throwing all 7 innings and striking out 8. Second baseman Mario Cattabiani led the way at the plate going 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI and he was instrumental in getting a 5 run 7th inning rally started. Deibert, Cattabiani, Bryson Allen, JJ Thrush, & Ben Snyder all got their first varsity hits. Centerfielder JJ Thrush made the play of the game by making a full speed running catch to stop a Carlisle rally. The Rams are back in action next Tuesday at home vs. State College at 415 pm.

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The first pitch before last Thursday’s varsity baseball game vs. Etown was thrown out by Jim Chronister. “Chron” was selected by senior outfielder, Jarrett Heisey, as his most influential teacher here at CD. This was Jim’s second time being selected to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, which speaks volumes about the influence he has on his students and the great teacher he is. On behalf of the athletes, coaches, and students at CD, Thank You Mr. Chronister. You are one of many exceptional teachers that make up RAM NATION!

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Hey baseball fans. I wanted to remind you all that you can follow our varsity games on the internet from your phone or computer by going to www.iscorecast.com and entering the code 5f9a919353 . You’ll be able to “watch” the action pitch by pitch if you can’t make it out to the field.

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CD Baseball Varsity Roster

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CD Baseball JV Roster

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The Rams baseball team returned home yesterday after winning 2 games during their spring training trip to Myrtle Beach. They won game 1 against Pascack Hills New Jersey 10-3 and in game 2 they defeated Saint Joseph's Regional From New Jersey 6-4. Catch them in the home opener of the season March 24th against Elizabethtown.

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CD Baseball Ted's Night 3-1-2016

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Since baseball is a team sport, CDHS Baseball believes the team is most important. It must be "WE before Me" to help CD baseball reach its full potential. In other words T E A M - Together Everyone Achieves More. The varsity and junior varsity teams will consist of 32-36 players. However, only nine can start and play on the field at the same time for a team. Therefore, all players will accept with a positive attitude whatever role they are assigned to help the program achieve its maximum potential.

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