COACH JONES' BIO
Coach Scott Jones graduated from Northmont High School in 1991, where his senior year team went 26-4(school record). Scott earned First Team All -Area honors. Scott went on to play at Miami University where he was a three year starter from 1992-1995. As a pitcher for the Redskins, Scott threw two no hitters.
As a member of 1993 Lima LoCos team that won Great Lakes League Championship, Scott was named Pitcher of the Year, set the single season strike out record, and was also later voted onto the LoCos All-Time Team by the fans in 2008.
Scott was drafted in 1994 by the New York Yankees, and later drafted and signed with by the Boston Red Sox in 1995. Coach Jones played professionally from 1995-1997, where he was named to All-Star teams in the NY-Penn League in 1995 and Midwest League in 1996.
Today Scott is married to the former Angela Gerami and they have 5 children, daughters Maddison, Savanna, Hannah, Sofia,and son Jake. Professionally, Scott is a foreman for protective coatings.
COACH JUSTICE'S BIO
Coach Greg Justice joins the Butler Baseball family after a previous stint at Piqua High School. Greg is a graduate of Bowling Green State University.
Coach Justice and his wife Tammy have two sons, Kort and Cooper. Professionally, Greg is a Social Studies teacher at Brookville Middle School.
COACH TINCHER'S BIO
Coach Todd Tincher takes over the reigns as the freshman head coach, after spending 12 seasons as the head varsity coach at Tri-County North. While at Tri-County North, Todd was named the MVBCA Coach of the Year in 2006. Prior to coming to Butler, Todd served as an assistant coach at Brookville High School.
Todd and his wife Karen have a daughter named Tara and a son named Tyler. Professionally, Todd is a road foreman for the Montgomery County Engineers.
COACH SNELL'S BIO
Coach Brian Snell is in his first season as an assistant coach. Brian is a 2001 Butler High School graduate, where he was a catcher for the Aviators in 2000 and 2001. Coach Snell's 2000 team still holds the school record for wins at 28-3. After graduation Brian went on to play collegiately at Sinclair.
Brian and his wife Ashley have an infant son named Ian. Professionally, Brian is a CAD Designer at Mechanical Systems of Dayton, Inc.