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Lockport Twp. High School
Head Coach Andy Satunas

815-588-8597
FAX  815-588-8309
1333 East Seventh Street
Lockport, Illinois  60441

Porter Baseball Email
porterbball@comcast.net
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-Porter Baseball Boosters

-Lockport Porters Football


-Lockport Porters Wrestling

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IHSA Baseball Page

-IL Prep Baseball Report  (PBR)

-IL H.S. Baseball Coaches Assn.
 
PORTER BASEBALL BOOSTER WEBSITE
 
 
PURVIANCE FINISHES GREAT CAREER

Congratulations also goes out to Davis Purviance (15') who just finished his career for the Spartans of Aurora University (35-11, 18-4) who won the conference tournament over Concordia-Chicago.  Davis and his Spartan teammates just finished competing in the Washington U/-St. Louis Regional.  Davis went 5 for 14 (.357) with 4 RBI.
This past season Davis was selected to the NACC (North Athletic Collegiate Conf.) 2nd Team All-Conference as well as Div III 2nd Team All Region for D3baseball.com.

6/1 NEWSLETTER HAS BASEBALL ALUM NEWS

Check out our latest newsletter that contains a season summary of the Porters, the latest on where some of 2019 seniors will be going to college and news of how our baseball alums did this season.

Back Issues are available for download HERE

**FINAL PORTER STATS-ALL LEVELS**
These are a more simplified version of hitting, fielding and pitching stats.

                            VARSITY FINAL
                        SOPHOMORE- FINAL
                 FRESHMAN MAROON- FINAL
                    FRESHMAN WHITE- FINAL


UPDATED BASEBALL PROGRAM RECORDS

Season and Career records for Varsity program have been updated to include the 2019 season.

           CLICK HERE- PROGRAM RECORDS
 
QUADE COMPLETES STELLAR CAREER

Congratulations to Jeremy Quade (15') on completeing an awesome 4 year career at North Central College.  He and the Cardinals recently competed in the Wis.-Whitewater Div III Regional Tournament.  The Cardinals were defeated in the title game.  In the 5 game tournament, Jeremy was 6 for 21 (.286), scored 7 runs, had 4 RBI.  A full history of his great career can be seen in our recent newsletter.