Welcome to Wildcat baseball!
I have been Teaching/Coaching in Angleton for 17 years. I am 1999 graduate of Angleton High School. In high school I was a three year letterman in baseball as a catcher for the Wildcats. I attended the Univarsity of Houston and graduated in May of 2004 with a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology Movement and Sports Studies. I am currently the Health teacher at the school and am also the Varsity Running Backs Coach for the football program. I have been married to my wife Christie for 13 years. We live in Lake Jackson, Texas and have a boxer dog named Coach and cat named Meme. This is my 6th year of being the head baseball coach in Angleton. In 5 years as a heaf coach the Wildcat's overall record is 76-40-1 and have won 2 District Championships in 2016 and 2019. The 2016 District Title was the first out right district title since 1958. The Wildcats have also made the playoffs 3 out of the last 4 years and have accomplished 3 Area Championships.
Varsity Assistant Coach
Clayton Stewart is the varsity assistant baseball coach and coaches varsity football. He provides in-class support for students with special education needs. Stewart has spent 14 years coaching and teaching in AISD. He and his wife, Kaysie, have two daughters, Kimber and Tealle.