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     Graduating from small Lexington High School and beginning his collegiate career at Howard Payne University, Coach Tiemann later moved from the JUCO level to Sam Houston State University. Coach Tiemann understands the dedication, sacrifice and hard work necessary to compete at the highest levels in this game. His coaching philosophy reflects that of his playing style, “work hard to win the right way”.

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Rob Ellis

     After high school Coach Ellis played in the regional American Legion Baseball organization. He continued to play competitively up until when he joined the Army as an infantry soldier. He is passionate about making sure the Hill Country has an avenue to provide boys and young men exposure to high level baseball coaching. He has a vision of helping shape young men into quality high school baseball players whose future is dictated by their passion, not their circumstances.

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Matthew Perry

After completion of his High School Career at Marble Falls HS

which included a Senior year spent with the Baseball Factory All-American team under then

Colorado Rockies Manager, Clint Hurdle. Perry went on to play at Ranger Junior College. After

earning All-Conference honors his freshmen year, his playing career was cut short by a shoulder

surgery. Now as a coach, Perry guides youth with a firm belief in playing this game with tenacity

and integrity at all times.

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Andrew Steiner

Andrew Steiner, an energetic 22-year-old, has played since he was 4 years old. After playing at Concordia University, his goal now is to build young men and prepare them to play baseball at the highest levels. In his own words "I am no stranger to mistakes, so part of

my goal is to help these young players avoid making the same mistakes I made and even learn a

thing or two from them." A firm believer that hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard, this applies in both baseball and life. This game reflects life, I hope to help these boys learn and grow by playing the game making not only a better player but better person as well.

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