Bret Harte Middle School
San Jose Unified Schools
San Jose Unified Schools
Bret Harte Middle School > BH Baseball Boys 6th, 7/8th, Fall
Bret Harte Baseball
Coach Bill is returning to Bret Harte Baseball for his 2nd year. Bill has coached numerous sports in the past: Baseball, Football, Soccer and Softball. Bill has been coaching sports in Almaden for many years and has over 20 years of playing experience.
It is a great and rare opportunity for baseball to be available at the middle school level. Our goal has been to partner with Leland to provide Bret Harte players exposure to the Leland Baseball system and prepare the players for the next level of baseball.
This year Coach Bill will be joined by Jared Araguz who is currently Assistant Coach for Leland Junior Varsity. Coach Jared also is returning to Bret Harte after taking a season off for other baseball interest. Jared has over 15 years of playing and coaching experience. Leland players will also be assisting Coach Bill and Coach Jared.
We are also working on getting time on the Leland baseball field for the 7-8th grade team.
Bret Harte will be fielding 2 teams: 6-7th grades and 7-8th grade. There will be tryouts and the teams will be determined by ability and age. Depending on turn out, each team will have 12-13 players.
August 22 @ 5PM: 6th Grade
August 23 @ 5PM: 7-8th Grade
August 24 @ 5PM: 6th Grade
August 27 @ 5PM: 7-8th Grade
At tryouts, it is important for the players to notify the coaches of any practice or game conflicts to ensure fielding full teams for practice and games (bring form with baseball registration).
Bret Harte baseball joins a developmental fall ball league which includes league and now other middle school teams. The games are Saturday and practice on Friday. There will be periodic additional practices.
First Game is September 8th. Full schedule to be posted later.
Coach: Bill Gunter
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