...The Spartan Way...



Honoring our Past, getting it done on the field and in the classroom in the present.  We call it “TCBin”. 

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Tuesday 7/23 9:00-12:00

Wednesday 7/24 10:00-1:00


Below are teams (subject to minor changes) for Tuesday and Wednesday’s scrimmage.  Players will hit and field in 2 of the 3 scrimmages.  Each scrimmage is 45 minutes approx. Every count will start with 1 ball, 1 strike.  If players walk, they will restart the count… if they walk again, they will take the walk.  Each inning is 3 outs or 6 batters… whichever comes first.  If the player is a pitcher, he will pitch in the scrimmage that his team is NOT scheduled to play in… pitching will be his ONLY job in that game.  If the player is not a pitcher… he will have a break, or will arrive or leave according to that schedule.  These are all the players that confirmed their attendance to me in advance.  If your son was planning on playing and is not listed, please contact me via email <casey_adcox@sumnersd.org>
Schedule (home team is first)
** Please arrive 30 minutes before your first game for warmup.
Game #1 (9:30-10:15) – Purple vs Gold
Game #2 (10:20-11:05) – Black vs Purple
Game #3 (11:10-11:55)- Gold vs Black
Anderson Adcox Becker
Bresnahan Broyles Dill
Dance Fay Guthrie
Forman Haines Jetton
Gray Hansen Jindra
Kelley Higginbottom Jones
Kaylor Lysene Kosko
Leigh Mentink Martinson
Mooney Nowels Watkins
Wike Steinman Wolfe, P
Wolfe, J
Pitching Tuesday Pitching Tuesday Pitching Tuesday
Dance Haines Dill
Gray Steinman Guthrie
Kaylor Wolfe, P
Pitching Wednesday Pitching Wednesday Pitching Wednesday
Wike Higginbottom Jones
Bresnahan Adcox Kosko
Wolfe, J Broyles Watkins

2019 Season Statistics

2019 Season Stats

2019 League Stats


Sumner Spartans celebrate our Seniors final home game!  From Left to right:  Jake Denison, Tristan Taylor, Dylan Clark, Grant Sherrod, Colin Hoover, Austin Grondahl and Bryce Hoag.  Spartans fell to the Vikings 2-7.  Next game is Friday away against Graham Kapowsin.  Come out to support your Spartans!

After a slow start, Sumner comes back to beat Bellermine 7-6 last week.  In the 3rd inning Hoover hit a double, Blake Tannehill advanced to advanced to 2nd on a wild throw to 3rd.  Grant Sherrod hit a sac fly as well as Falk to bring the Spartans within 2 runs.  In the top of the 4th the lions added some runs to make a 2-6 ballgame.  The Spartans answered when Alec Highland was hit by a pitch, Jake Denison hit a single which set up a 3 run HR by Mitchell Wolf.  In the 5th inning Ryan Wike #23 came in and shut down the lions.  Austin Grondahl hit a double which drove in a run and Alec Highland hit a double which drove in another run making it a 7-6 ballgame and that’s how the game ended in the 7th with the Sparts taking the win.  Boys play tomorrow (4-24-19) against Curtis in the Senior appreciation game.  Pictured from left to right top row:  Ryan Wike and Mitchell Wolf.  Second row: Jake Denison and Alec Highland.  Third row Austin Grondahl and Grant Sherrod.  Last row: Colin Hoover.


All of the game photos have been uploaded to  “dpcphotography+

Tough Loss to Emerald Ridge.  Mitchell Wolfe was the starting pitcher for the Sparts and pitched a strong game.  Pictured below from left to right:  Mitchell Wolfe, Colin Hoover, Alec Highland, Blake Tannehill and Jake Denison.  Spartans have a strong game against Olympia and takes the win 8-4.  Next game Spartans will meet Puyallup at Heritage Park 7pm.  All of the game photos have been uploaded to  “dpcphotography+


Team photos by “dpcphotography+

Photos on this site (current and past years) are downloadable and free…. just remember me if you need a photographer for family or senior portraits.  I’ll let you know when photos will be posted.
Dana Powers – phone/text (253) 332-4161









Slow Start. Big Win on Senior Day.


After a great pre-game ceremony honoring the nine seniors on the Spartan Baseball Team, the game started and quickly had the appearance of a game the seniors would want to forget. Over the first three innings, Rogers High School hitters scored seven runs on errors, walks and hits. The biggest of those hits being a three run home run. But, then came the 3rd inning. The seniors, who played in the 2016 WIAA 3A Final Four, would not be denied and showed the determination and grit that they have learned over the last four years as Spartans. The Spartans put up five runs in the bottom of the 3rd, and six runs in the bottom of the 4th, and another run in the bottom of the 5th.  When the dust settled, the Spartans had erased the early seven run deficit, and had taken a 12-7 lead.  A big Rogers rally in the top of the 6th, saw the Spartans give up the lead 13-12, on the heels of a grand slam home run. The bottom of the 6th saw the Spartans rally for 3 more runs, thanks to Connor Filleau’s 2 run Homerun.  The Sparts went into the top of the 7th with a 15-13 lead.  Once again, Rogers managed to come back to tie the score.   However, in the bottom of the 7th inning, a Cody Chavis single won the game for Sumner 16-15 making it a game the nine seniors (and everyone in attendance) would never forget.

The Spartans had 19 hits in the game. Three of those hits came from Senior Connor Filleau, including his 3rd home run of the season. Senior Jake Gehri had four hits including his second home run in three games and 4th on the season.  Sophomore Bryan Falk, came off the bench in the 3rd inning, and added to his torrid Spring, going 3-3 with 2 doubles.  Senior Cody Chavis had three hits including the game winner. The Spartans have a well deserved off day on Thursday before traveling to Emerald Ridge on Friday to take on the Jaguars. The game on Friday will be the end of the Spartans regular season and the last game of an 11 day stretch that saw the Spartans play nine games. Friday’s game is a 4pm start.


Team photos by “dpcphotography+”  

Photos on this site (current and past years) are downloadable and free…. just remember me if you need a photographer for family or senior portraits.  I’ll let you know when photos will be posted.
Dana Powers – phone/text (253) 332-4161