Instructor: Coach Logan

Please check back at the end of August for any updates regarding PWCS Middle School Athletics for the 2020-2021 school year. 



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An enthusiastic congratulations goes out to your Hawks for winning their game over Marsteller securing sole possession of the championship for a second year in a row. Undefeated!!!!

As has been the case all year, pitching has been a strength. This time Jordan Capuano gets the win throwing 3 innings giving up just 1 hit and 1 run. Then Mason Wells threw the next 3 also giving up just 1 hit and 1 run. Then Sean McCloy closed the door going the last inning with 3-up 3-down frame. Hawks win 10-2.

Mason also led our bats with 3 hits and a walk. Scoring 4 times. Austin Harris also reached base every time gathering 2 hits and a walk.

The highlight of the game had to be the back to back at bats for our 6th grade managers. Tyler Wells and Ryan Petro. The whole team was on the fence cheering.

That's what it is all about.


Your high soaring baseball Hawks played 2 extra innings and a winner still could not be determined before time expired. It ended 4-4. However, with the non loss, we are guaranteed at least a tie for the region title. We did not share it last year and I really would NOT like to share it this year. So come help us beat the Bulldogs Thursday here. Before then, catch us as we play Manassas Park on Wednesday.


Game Highlights

Dean Winters with 3 diving (and ultimately run saving thus game saving) catches in center field.

Brennan Card with an RBI double blast to right center along with 5 innings with zero earned runs.

Sean McCloy called on for emergency relief and threw 2 scoreless innings along with 2 RBI's.

Kam Mahoney with 2 defensive gems in the top of the 9th inning.

Austin Harris with a double of his own to left center along with a hard hit single and 2 runs scored.


Game against Bull Run

Your Hawks traveled to Bull Run and came out with a 10-4 victory.

Kam Mahoney had a day. He had 5 hits including 2 doubles, drove in 5 runs (had 5 RBi's) and made several fantastic defensive plays. He worked the hardest at practice..no coincidence here. Sean McCloy added 3 hits of his own along with 3 RBI's. He also pitched the last 3 innings to earn the save. Austin Harris scored 3 runs and had 2 great 2-strike hits (3 hits total). Mason Wells had 2 hits and scored twice. Jordan Capuano got the win pitching 4 nice innings striking out 6 and walking just one. He added 2 hits of his own to help himself earn the "W".

The Hawks host Reagan Monday with a chance to win the region for a second year in a row. Come on out and support us.


Game against Marsteller

Congratulations to your Hawks on their shutout victory over Linton Hall rival Marsteller.

Mason Wells tossed 4 innings of shutout ball without giving up a hit. Super impressive. Brennan Card finished up on the bump for the save (also, of course, giving up no runs).

The Hawks took a 1-0 lead in the 3rd on a Sean McCloy base hit. The boys tacked on 2 more runs to make it 3-0 going into the last inning. Well, in that 7th, we sent 12 hitters to the plate to pull away.

The big blow came on a run scoring double by Mason Wells. Brennan Card and Kam Mahoney also added RBI hits.

We are now 5-0 at the midpoint having earned consecutive wins over top-notch pitching. Bravo boys!!!!!


Game against Reagan

The Hawks traveled to Reagan to take on the other undefeated team in our region. As was the case last year, it was a nail-biter.

Leading 1-0 through 4 on a Brennan Card walked, advanced to second on a pick-off attempt. He then scored on a gapper-double by Sean McCloy. Jordan Capuano was dealing on the hill. He threw 4 1/3 innings before reaching his pitch limit. Giving up just 1 hit and striking 4. Zero earned runs. Reagan tied it up on a wild pitch to make it 1-1. Sean McCloy came in to pitch the rest of the game to earn the win. Cam Mahoney scored in the top of the 5th to give us a 2-1 lead. Then, in the top of the last (7th) inning some timely hits by Gianni Kubancik, Kam Mahoney, and Charlie Monfort gave us a 6-1 lead. Reagan scored another run to keep it close. Hawks win, Hawks win.


Game against Parkside

The Hawks had just enough to beat Parkside 5-3. Brennan Card's tossed 5 gem innings giving up no runs on just 3 hits. He struck out 6. Tommy Felton pitched the last two innings striking out 4. The Hawks had a nice game ending double play by Austin Harris and Sean McCloy to put the game away to end a late threat.

Hitting star was Sean McCloy who came in during the 4th inning and laced a double down the line eventually scoring on a Dean Winters RBI. He then walked and scored our final run.

Mason Wells reached base 3 times to help our cause. He also stole 3 bases. Also getting hits were Kam Mahoney, Austin Harris, and Julian Henderson. Scoring runs were Wells, Henderson, and Dean Winters.


Congrats goes out to your Hawks on their convincing win over Bull Run. Mason Wells and Sean McCloy combined for a gem on the hill with zero earned runs, 7 strikeouts and just 3 walks. Mason earned the win. Sean led the offense with 4 hits and also scored 2 times. Gianni Kubancik and Austin Harris added multiple knocks to help our offense. Austin also scored twice and stole 3 bases. Tommy Felton was all over the bases scoring 3 times.


A mighty congratulations is in order for the boys on their convincing win at Metz. 3 pitchers combined for a no hitter. The pitchers were Jordan Capuano (5 k's in 2 innings), Sean McCloy (4 K's-faced the minimum 6 hitters in 2 innings), and closing it up was Lucas Marerro (1 inning 2 k's).

Our bats were steady as 10 guys scored and 9 had runs batted in.

Tommy Felton and Sean McCloy each had 2 hits. Sean had 2 doubles. Tommy, Austin Harris, and Kam Mahoney each scored twice. Jordan Capuano and Sean McCloy each knocked in 2 runs.