Larry McCartney has been a fixture in the North Texas Baseball scene for over 30 Years.  Not only has Coach McCartney coached and won 1000’s of baseball games, he has also worked with some of the best young players in the State. Larry has built many relationships with scores of College and High School coaches through out Texas and Oklahoma region. Many of his former players have gone on to play Division 1 baseball as well as play with multiple Major League organizations.



Coach Langley was a 4 year starter in collegiate baseball, playing at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant. After college, he began his high school coaching career at Tushka High where his team went to the state tournament both years he was there. He then coached at Atoka High, in his first year the baseball team won the District tournament for the first time in 10 years. In his 4th year of coaching, he was named the head coach at Perry High School where the year prior to his arrival the team had a 10 win season. His first year there his team was ranked in the top 15 in the state and won 22 ballgames and he was nominated by the OBCA Rookie Head Coach of the Year. In 2013, he was the varsity assistant at 5A Guthrie High School. Guthrie made two state tournament appearances while he was there. In his coaching career he has made a habit of turning low performing baseball clubs into contenders on a state level. His coaching philosophy has been based on the building of a strong base of fundamentals in offense, defense and pitching. 

Kenderick Moore played high school baseball in Ardmore, Ok where he made the Oklahoma All State team and Sunbelt Classic that featured top Texas and Oklahoma graduating seniors. He then attended the University of Arkansas and finished as a four year letterman, All SEC 1st baseman in 1995', All American second baseman in 1996' and held University of Arkansas career records in 6 categories in hits, at bats, singles, runs, stolen bases, and hit by pitch. Also, he is tied for the record of 6 hits in one game in the SEC. After college he signed with the Kansas City Royals organization and played second base and outfield for 4 years before retiring. After retiring from playing baseball Kenderick has been an instructor and coaching all levels of select baseball.

Colin Young was drafted in the 9th round out of Fordham University by the Colorado Rockies in the 1999 MLB draft.  He played for the Rockies for 5 seasons and was called up to the Major League 40 Man Roster in 2002.  He pitched for the Cubs, Red Sox, and Cardinals organizations as well.  From 2005-2007 he pitched in Independent Professional Baseball in the Atlantic League and the American Association League.
1st team Atlantic 10 All-Conference DH 1999
1st in Strikeouts per 9 innings in Northwest League 1999
2nd in Strikeouts per 9 innings in South Atlantic League 2000
4th in Saves in Carolina League 2001  2 x Arizona League Prospect