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@ Fruita Monument
vs Grand Junction Central
vs Boulder Creek (AZ Tournament)
vs Cactus Shadows (AZ Tournament)
vs Tolleson (AZ Tournament)
@ Pueblo East
@ Thomas Jefferson
vs Faith Christian
vs Faith Christian
@ Lewis Palmer
vs Lewis Palmer
vs Discovery Canyon
@ Discovery Canyon
@ Palmer Ridge
vs Palmer Ridge
@ Air Academy
vs Air Academy
@ Cheyenne Mountain
@ Cheyenne Mountain
vs Mead (Regionals)
vs Holy Family (State Tournament)
vs Summit (State Tournament)
vs Pueblo County (State Tournament)
W 14 - L 9 - T 1
Scott has coached baseball at multiple club teams and high schools across Colorado including Regis High School, Cherokee Trail, and Heritage High School. He's played baseball since he was 8 years old but attended Eastern Michigan University on a full-ride football scholarship.
His favorite part of being a coach is working with kids and helping them achieve their goals. One thing he aims for as a coach is to help young men grow in the knowledge of how to be great husbands and fathers. What he loves about baseball specifically is how it teaches players to fail but get up and keep going.
Dick has been coaching youth baseball for the past 55 years ranging from young kids to high school aged students. He played baseball at the competitive level from youth, high school, American Legion, and in the US Military/Japan Minor League. He is also a graduate of Dick Howser’s School of Baseball. Dick has also coached competitive club and high school girls softball. He shares, "I was an Assistant Baseball Coach from 2003-2004 and the Head Softball Coach at Cherokee Trail High School from 2003 -2014. I am active in my church as an Elder and Teacher. My wife, Karen, and I are parents of 8 children, 16 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. I am an avid golfer, playing between 75-100 rounds a year."
Justin Byrd is a Colorado native. He graduated from Arapahoe High School in 2009. He was a 5A All-State and 5A All-Conference baseball player, hitting over .500 in high school and holds multiple records at AHS. He is one of very few athletes to have played in multiple NCAA leagues and Junior College Baseball. Justin has played baseball in the Pac 10 at the University of California Berkeley on partial scholarship and received a full ride scholarship to the University of Missouri while playing in the the BIG 12 and SEC. He was part of the Mizzou baseball team that won the Big 12 Tournament Championship in 2012 and has played on two teams who have made two appearances in the NCAA Regionals. Justin graduated with a Bachelors Degree in General Studies concentrated in Business, Communication and History. He has received multiple awards, the Leadership Award (Cal), Most inspirational Athlete (Green River CC) to SEC Academic All-Conference(MIZ) and the Dean’s List for the University of Missouri.
His favorite thing about coaching is seeing players overcome adversity, thrive and play at their full potential. He has coached in various private/club programs and his alma mater’s summer program. One thing he hopes every young man can learn is how to be a high-quality, high-character individual who lives out his Christian principles and competes with honor. Baseball is a great game and vehicle to understand the difficulties in life and how to respond. Justin has a young family of four and one on the way.
Ryan believes that there is no better accomplishment than leading young men while on a baseball field. Ryan has coached since he was 15 years old alongside his dad. His proudest accomplishment was taking an AYL team where most of the kids on the team had either never played before or only played rec ball. Ryan transformed the team that started out 0-4 to go on to win the World Series. “I’ve had parents come up to me and say that their son was on the verge of quitting the game until they played for me and now love the game.” Ryan has three boys and when he’s not coaching on a baseball field or basketball court is a commercial real estate agent at Fuller Real Estate.