May 2005 – Winfield, KS – 5A State Champions
The Eagles rebounded from a slow 5-4 start to a rally off 14 of the next 15 games all the way through the state title game. The toughest hurdle was the semifinal game vs. the Topeka Seamen, who had defeated Carroll 2-1 in the 2004 playoffs. Clutch hits by the 7 and 8 hole, Brian Kruetzer and Daniel Howard backed up great pitching performances by Gage Stephen and Josh Bird.
The Championship game was started by Alex Kruse and closed again by Josh Bird. The Eagles clicked in all facets of the game. Great defensive plays were made by Brian Orth and Anthony Salinas.
This was the first state championship in baseball in the 40 year history of Bishop Carroll Catholic High School. It was also the first state championship by a City League team in 25 years.
Special thanks go out to the coaching staff for all their hard work and to all those fans that made our season one to remember.
May 2012 – Eck Stadium, WSU – 5A State Champions
Game one of the state tournament resulted in a dominant pitching performance by ace Seth Holman. The complete game on just 67 pitches would pay dividends the next day. Holman was backed up by great defensive plays by 1st Baseman Evan Koehler, Catcher Taylor Sanagorski, and LF Zeke Palmer. Defeating a talent Mill Valley 3-1 was just the start.
The semifinal game vs Topeka Seaman saw another dominant pitching performance by Sophomore Jordan Miller. Miller threw a complete game 5 hitter allowing coaches to save pitching for the championship game. The 5-1 victory saw 7 different players with hits during the game and five separate players driving in runs. A great team victory.
For the Championship game coaches chose to start closer, Matt Henning. Matt’s longest outing of the season had been five innings in the middle of an epic 14 inning victory over Heights. Henning took his team into the 7th inning with a lead. Holman would return to seal the victory with a save that led to a massive celebration. Tanner Palmore led the game off with a triple and Sanagorski finished with 3 RBI’s, the last of which, pitcher Jacob Schwindt stole home on an attempted squeeze play.
It is interesting to note the two members of our coaching staff, Paul Sanagorski and Brent Holman got to celebrate a state championship with their sons. This was truly a special moment in the lives of these families and our program.
1966 - City League Champions
1968 - City League Champions
1971 - City League Champions
- Regional Champions
- State Runner-Up
1976 - City League Champions, Regional Champions
1978 - Regional Champions
1979 - City League Champions
1980 - Regional Champions
1982 - City League Champions
1994 - Regional Champions
1996 - City League Champions
1997 - Regional Champions - 3rd at State
1998 - Regional Champions - 4th at State
1999 - City League Champions,19-3
2000 - 13-8
2001 - City League Champions, Regional Champions, 20-3
2002 - City League Champions, 20-2, USA Today #13
2003 - 13-6
2004 - Regional Champions, 4th at State, 18-7
2005 - Regional Champions, 5A State Champions, 19-5
2006 - City League Champions, Regional Champions, 3rd at State, 22-3, National Ranking - Preseason #20 - Finished at #12
2007 - Regional Champions, 14-5
2008 – 13-9 – 3rd in City
2009 – 16-6 – 2nd in City
2010 – 22-3 – City League Champs (16-0), Regional Champs, State Runner-up
2011 - 16-7 - City League Champs, Regional Champs
2012 – 20-5 - Regional Champs, 5A State Champions
2013 – 22-2 - City League Champs, Regional Champs, State Runner-up, National Ranking #21 (maxpreps.com)
2014 – 22-3 – City League Champs, Regional Champs, 3rd at State
2015 – 16-4 – City League Champs, Regional Champs
2016 – 17-5 – City League Champs
2017 - 22-3 - City League Champs, Regional Champs, 4th at State