HEAD COACH EDDIE BROOKS
- LaFayette High School, Lexington, KY: 3 year starter and member of the 1989 State Championship Team, team leader in hitting during the District and State Tournaments in 1989.
- All-State selection for 1989, 1990 and 1991.
- Fayette County Athlete of the Year in 1991.
- Signed with University of Kentucky in 1992. Lettered three years as a baseball player for the University of Kentucky. Became a two year starter in sophomore and junior years before being drafted to pros. Member o one of only three teams to make it to NCAA Regional Tournament by University of Kentucky. Currently still holds three career records.
- 1993 All SEC selection for baseball.
- 1994 selected by the Pittsburg Pirates in the fifth round. In 1998 was traded to the New York Mets.
COACH BEN EUBANK
- 4 year letter winner and 3 year starter at Henry Clay High School (2001-2005).
- First Team All City Selection in 2004 and 2005.
- All Region Selection in 2005.
- All State Selection in 2005 along with East West All-Star game participant.
- Only player in Henry Clay history to hit for the cycle.
- Attended Miami (OH) University (2005-2009), graduated with a Bachelors degree in business and Sports Management and a Minor in Coaching.
- 3 Year letter winner at Miami University.
- Played for Bryan Station Head Coach Eddie Broooks during his first year as a head coach in 2000. Also played for Coach Brooks in 2001 and 2005.
COACH JARROD WALDEN
- Graduated from East Peoria Community College in 1992 where I played football, basketball and ran track. I played legion baseball in the summer.
- Graduated from Hannibal-LaGrange College in 1997 with a BSE in Secondary Social Studies.
- Began teaching and coaching football, basketball and baseball at Palmyra High School. Won the 1998 Boys Class 2A State Championship in basketball.
- Head coach at North Shelby High School for 7 years while there had two Class 1A State Championships in boy's basketball, runner-up in 2003 and winning the title in 2005. As an assistant coach in baseball, our team was the runner-up in 2000.
- Has lived in Lexington since July 2006. Left Missouri to spend time with my nephew, Michael, and my two nieces, Caroline and Aalayah. Currently a substitute teach for Fayette County.
COACH ALEX SHAPIRO
- Born in Tampa, Florida
- Attended and played at Ooltewah High School in Ooltewah, TN. Member of district Championship team in 2005.
- Graduated from and played at Henry Clay High School in Lexington, KY in 2006 (42nd District Champions).
- Played collegiate at Maryville College in Maryville, TN in 2007. Member of Great South Athletic Conference Championship team.
- Played for the University of Kentucky Club Baseball team from 2008-2010. Won the National Club Baseball Association World Series in both 2008 and 2009.
- Currently a Kinesiology and Health Promotion major with a teacher's licensure at the University of Kentucky.
COACH STEVE CALDWELL
- Graduated from Scott County High School in Georgetown, KY. Four-year starter (1974-1978).
- Played basketball in college at Berea College.
- Began coaching in 1994 for the Southeastern Cal Ripken League and continued until 2000.
- Assistant Coach of the Lexington Legends Travel Team from 2001-2005.
- Married for 24 years to Carla. Has three children - Jason (& wife, Renee), Wesley and Lauren, and two granddaughters - Finley and Mila.
COACH TOMMY WARNER
- Science teacher at Bryan Station High School.
- 4 year letter winner and 2 year starter at Lafayette High School (2001-2004).
- Lexington First Team All City in 2003 and 2004.
- All-State selection in 2003 and 2004.
- Signed with University of Kentucky in 2004. Lettered four years for UK and was part of the SEC Championship team in 2006. Started games in both the SEC tournament and NCAA regional tournament.
- 2004-2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
- 2005 NYCBL All League Team for Amsterdam Mohawks and 2007 Valley League All-Star and Team Pitcher of the Year for Covington Lumberjacks.
- Played for Eddie Brooks and with Ben Eubank in 2000 and 2001.
- Coached 2 years at Estill County High School before coming to Bryan Station.
David "Jake" Jacobs
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