Category Archives: Baseball

CMA Varsity Baseball Photos

Tonight I photographed CMA’s first home varsity baseball game. Though it was only a scrimmage, it was still fun to watch. It was a good start to the season with Culver winning.

I’ve posted the photos to:


CGA Varsity Basketball Scrimmage vs. Argos

Earlier today, I photographed the CGA Varsity Basketball team as they played Argos High School. I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos have been uploaded to:

CMA Varsity Baseball vs. Triton High School

Earlier this week, the CMA Varsity Baseball team played their last home baseball game of the season against Triton High School. Culver Academy continued their winning season with a win of 10-to-1.

I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos are located at:

Culver Academy Baseball Photos vs. Rochester

Last week, I photographed the CMA Varsity Baseball team as they continued their winning season playing against Rochester High School. When this game took place, Culver was still undefeated during the season. The kids played really well as a team and have a great coaching staff.

I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos from the game are located at:

CMA Baseball Senior Regonition

On Saturday, The Culver Academy Baseball team recognized its graduating seniors in a pre-game ceremony where the players are introduced and escorted onto the field with their parents. It is a neat tradition that I wish Culver had when I attended many years ago.

I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos are located at:

CMA Varsity Baseball Photos: Culver Academy vs. North Miami

On Wednesday, the Culver Academy Varsity Baseball team continued its winning streak as the team hosted North Miami High School. The game started slow with North Miami scoring the first few points. However, Culver came together and took control of the game. The final score was Culver-15, North Miami-5.

I’ve posted a few posted here. Other photos from the game are posted at:

CMA JV Baseball Photos: Culver Academy vs. Knox High School

Saturday morning, the CMA JV baseball team had a long day as they hosted Knox High School for a double header played at Culver Academies. The weather was deceiving and it was much colder out than expected with the sun shining. The CMA Eagles played well and tried hard but they were no match for the experienced team from Knox. The weather has canceled so many games and outdoor practices this season that you can understand why Culver struggled in this game.

I’ve posted some of my favorite photos here. Other photos are located at:

Indiana Sports Photography: CMA JV Baseball vs. Pioneer

Last week, the sun actually came out for a bit as the Culver Academy JV Baseball team hosted Pioneer High School.  Having the sun shining was a little deceiving as it was still very cold. I struggled to stay warm, so I’m sure the fans were cold.

Both teams played well considering it was very early in the season as several games have been canceled this season due to weather and other factors. Culver ultimately won with a score of 6-to-5. I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos are located at:

Indiana Sports Photography: CMA Varsity Baseball vs. CCHS

Earlier this week, the Culver Academies Varsity Baseball Team hosted the Culver Community High School team. Both teams played very well and managed to keep the score close. The CMA team won with a score of 3-to-2. I’ve posted some photos here; there are several more posted at:

Culver Academy Baseball Photos: CMA Varsity Baseball vs. South Bend Riley

Yesterday afternoon, I had two firsts for the Spring. I wore shorts, as the temperature was in the 80s, and I shot a track meet. (See my other blog entry for more on the track meet.)

However, I started my afternoon shooting some of the Culver Academy’s varsity baseball team who hosted a match against South Bend Riley. I don’t know how the game ended, but it got off to a rocky start. As I’ve learned with most baseball and softball games, it started late. (If I weren’t shooting multiple events in an afternoon, it wouldn’t matter. When trying to keep a schedule and make it to other sports, games that start late limit the amount of time that I’m able to stay.) In addition to starting late, the game started with only one umpire. This posed a slight problem as an umpire at home plate has a difficult time seeing the action at the other bases. (There was a bad call at third base that I have the photos to prove. Don’t worry, though, it didn’t afect the score.) Finally, the CMA Eagles  slow start allowed Riley 3 points in the first inning.

I wish I could have stayed longer, but my plan for the day was to shoot the track meet because I hadn’t shot one this year. Because it started later, I decided that getting a little of the baseball game was better than getting none of it. I’ve posted some photos here. Others are at