Bremen Boys Varsity Baseball

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Baseball Workouts Begin Tuesday January 5

Baseball workouts will begin Tuesday evening (January 5) at 7:30 in Gym A Contact coach Chad Gerard if you have questions at bremenbaseball33@gmail.com  

Sandlot Seniors – Chandler & Reece

2020 BASEBALL SENIORS:   CHANDLER MILLER – REECE WILLIS Head Baseball Coach Chad Gerard, “This season we only had two seniors, Chandler Miller and Reece Willis.  Just like many other high school programs we expect our seniors to be leaders on and off the field.  These individuals were no exception and we expected great things from both. 

Willis Signs With Goshen College

  Reece Willis has signed a letter of intent to attend Goshen College in Goshen, Indiana, where he will play baseball for the Maple Leafs and study business and environmental science. Reece will enter his senior year on the diamond as a four-year starter for the Lions and look to continue an already impressive high

Spring Sports Registration – Now OPEN!

Attention Athletes: SPRING SPORTS registration is now open! If you’re planning to participate in a spring sport, you must be registered online.  High school track starts on Monday, February 17th, followed by softball on Monday, March 9th and baseball, boys golf, and girls tennis on Monday, March 16th. Don’t miss a practice….REGISTER NOW! Middle school track, tennis, and golf will not start until

2019 Wall of Fame Inductee – Ryan Caldwell

Ryan Caldwell was a 3-sport athlete for Bremen earning 9 varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball. A 2-year starting quarterback in football, Ryan’s senior season ranks among the best in BHS history. Ryan completed 54% of his passes for 1,776 yards and 26 touchdowns against only 5 interceptions. He averaged 17 yards per completion

2019 Wall of Fame Inductee – Nathan Mullen

Nathan Mullen began his high school career at Bremen earning 3 varsity letters as a freshman. Unfortunately, Nate was plagued with injuries throughout his athletic career limiting his playing opportunities and rarely able to compete at full strength. Given his physical setbacks, Nate’s accomplishments are even more impressive. A 4-year letterman and punishing running back