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Christmas Tree Sales

The Duluth Baseball team will once again be selling Christmas Trees and Wreaths this holiday season. They are grown on one of North Carolina’s Premiere Tree Farms. The grower individually selects our trees from the field, and ships them to us immediately, thus assuring that they are dew-dripping FRESH. The trees have a unique "You'll Be Happy" guarantee.  If you don't love your tree, your money is refunded, AND you keep the tree. If you would like to support the team by purchasing a tree or wreath, please follow the link below.  

Christmas Tree Website

Alan Carter signs with Columbus State

Congratulations to Duluth Wildcat Senior Pitcher Alan Carter on signing to play college baseball at Columbus State University.  Alan has worked very hard and has been an important member of the Varsity Baseball team since his sophomore year at Duluth.  His hard work and determination has paid off with the opportunity to play baseball at the next level.  Please congratulate him when you see him.  To view the Gwinnett Daily Post article, click on the link below:

Gwinnett Daily Post Article

Columbus State Announcement

Georgia Southern Satellite Camps

Georgia Southern Baseball will hold two satellite camps in the Atlanta area on December 12 and 13. The camp on December 12 will be held at Dalton High School in Dalton, GA and the camp on December 13 will be held at Heritage High School in Conyers, GA.  For more information about pricing and registration, please visit

GGC Prospect Camp

Please see the attached file for information about Georgia Gwinnett College's upcoming showcase camp. This is a good opportunity for players in any grade to get on the radar of some college scouts in the area.  

GGC Fall Showcase Flyer

New Players--Remind Information

In order to receive updates via the Remind app (formerly Remind 101) from Coach LePage, please follow the directions on the following document:

Coach LePage's Remind Registration

Zack Erwin Drafted

Congratulations to former Duluth Wildcat Zack Erwin on being drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 4th round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. He was the 112th selection overall. After 3 stellar seasons as a starter at Clemson University, Zack has the opportunity to continue his career on the professional level. You can click the links below to read more:

White Sox Article

Clemson Article

Gwinnett Daily Post Article

Gwinnett Dugout Club Awards Banquet

Congratulations to the following Varsity baseball players for being honored at the Gwinnett Dugout Club Awards banquet on Monday:

March Players of the Month

Trey Harris

Graham Parris

April Players of the Month

Eric Kim

Alan Carter

Hustle Award

Hector Ramirez

Academic All-County

Chris Hathaway

Duluth Comes From Behind to Beat Mountain View

Duluth cashed in a four-run bottom of the seventh to come from behind and beat second place Mountain View 6-5 Thursday at Franklin Field.

Eric Kim came to the plate with the winning run on an error to make a winner out of Alan Carter (3-5) who scattered five hits and five runs, just three earned, with two strikeouts in a complete-game outing.

Daniel Ethridge provided offense with a double and two RBIs, while Trey Harris was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Wildcats (7-18, 3-10).

You can read the recap on the Gwinnett Daily Post by clicking below:

April 24 High School Recap

Wildcats Defeat Peachtree Ridge

Trailing 6-2, Duluth rallied with 11 unanswered runs and defeated Peachtree Ridge 13-6 in Region 7-AAAAAA on Saturday.

Chris Hathaway pitched two innings of hitless relief to get the win and Alan Carter also tossed two innings and struck out three to earn the save.

Kyle Yancey had two hits in the game including a bases loaded triple and tallied five runs batted in on the afternoon. Hector Ramirez had two hits and drove in three runs and Chase Parker drove in two runs for the Wildcats (6-15, 2-7).

The Gwinnett Daily Post Recap can be found below:

Gwinnett Daily Post Prep Roundup 4-12

Duluth Takes Down Collins Hill

Duluth stunned Collins Hill with four runs in the top of the seventh, all with two outs, to overcome a two-run deficit and defeat the Eagles 4-2 in Region 7-AAAAAA on Monday.

Eric Kim singled in the go ahead runs for the Wildcats (5-14,1-6)

Alan Carter pitched a complete game, allowing four hits and striking out six. Graham Parris drove in a run in the top of the seventh and Trey Harris drove in the other, setting up Kim’s heroics.

View the Gwinnett Daily Post article by clicking below:

April 7 Prep Roundup

Important Links

Max Preps is a high school sports website that is used across the country for score reporting, stats, and recruiting information.  This is an excellent resource for parents and players looking for information about other schools, college recruiting, and detailed stats.  Many college coaches use Max Preps to get information about recruits and follow their high school seasons.  This year, Max Preps has partnered with Game Changer to integrate stats from our Varsity games into the national database.  This will be the main website that Coach LePage will use for game stats and scores. Gwinnett County Varsity stats can also be viewed on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. JV and Freshman games can also be viewed on Game Changer. You can use the links below to follow the Duluth Varsity Baseball team throughout the year:

Duluth High Baseball Max Preps

Varsity Game Changer Scores and Stats

JV/9th Game Changer Scores and Stats

Gwinnett Daily Post Baseball Stats

Duluth High School Boys Baseball Team Info