The day started with smiles for Stamford High School’s baseball team. Thirteen seniors were honored before the game, but once Trinity Catholic pitcher Chris Neuscheler took the mound the smiles went away as he led his team to a 6-0 win.
“This is the best I’ve thrown all year,” Neuscheler said of his 10-strikeout, complete-game performance Saturday.
The senior hurler wasn’t the only one who was happy with his performance. His coach, Tracy Nichols, was also impressed. He know that when Neuscheler is throwing he won't have to make any visits to the mound or give him ...
The Crusaders Baseball School for players ages 6 to 12 will be held a Trinity Catholic High School in June and July. The camp is run under the direction of Tracy Nichols and Mike Walsh. It will run from June 27 to July 1 and from July 5 to July 8. The hours are from 9 a.m. until noon.
The fee for the first week (five days) is $190. The fee for the second week (four days) is $160. Both weeks combined are $330. Additional children in the same family are $100 more per week, and individual days are $40.
Each camper gets a T-shirt, baseball cards and bubble gum. There will be ...
Mike Condon works at Pier 1 Imports in Norwalk, but baseball remains his passion. A former player at Stamford High School, the 28-year-old makes time each summer to return to the Crusader Baseball Camp. He started out as a camper there 20 years ago and returns every July to work at the camp run by Trinity Catholic High School coaches Tracy Nichols and Mike Walsh.
"I used to come here as a camper and I just moved up the chain,'' Mike says. He said he looks forward to the camp each year and makes certain to get the necessary time away from work. "Every year, I talk with some of the ...
The only thing Trinity Catholic High School's Frank Spoto may enjoy more than playing baseball is showing kids how it's done. Spoto, who also plays for the Stamford American Legion team, was one of the counselors working with players ages 6-12 at the Crusader Baseball Camp Friday at the high school.
Trinity Catholic baseball coach Tracy Nichols and Mike Walsh, the school's basketball coach and a long-time coach of various summer teams in the Stamford Babe Ruth program, run the clinic. Friday's action wrapped up the two-week camp.