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Steve Hutcherson-Head Varsity Coach

Coach Hutcherson is going in to his thirteenth year of coaching baseball, entering his third as a member of the Mustang baseball staff and second as Head Coach at Grapevine High School. 

Coach Hutcherson attended Deer Park High School in the Houston area. In his senior baseball season, he was voted team Captain and was an All-District second baseman. After graduating, Coach Hutcherson played collegiately at Alvin (Texas) Community College, the University of Central Oklahoma, and Concordia University -Texas.  While at Alvin CC, Coach Hutcherson was an All-Conference selection at infielder and was ranked as one of the top 100 junior college players in the country. He was the Defensive MVP his sophomore year, and he was selected as a member of the Texas-New Mexico Junior College All Star Team. While at Concordia, he set a record for the highest fielding percentage by a middle infielder in school history and earned All-Conference honors. 

In his seven years as a head baseball coach, Coach Hutcherson led his teams to the playoffs six times. Of those six, he advanced his teams beyond the first round in five of them. He guided two teams to the regional semi-finals, one team (Grapevine) to the State Tournament and a State Championship, and he has now led three different schools into their deepest playoff runs in school history, guiding each team to their all-time highest final season ranking.  In 2015, he was the Varsity Assistant Coach for Grapevine High School before taking over last season.

Coach Hutcherson is a graduate of the University of Houston and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science. In addition to coaching baseball, he teaches economics and sociology at Grapevine High School. He is married to his beautiful wife Kristi, and they live in Grapevine with their English Bulldog Winston. 

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Tommy Maddox - Assistant Varsity Coach, Program Pitchers Coach

Coach Maddox is going into his sixth year of coaching baseball and second at Grapevine High School.

Coach Maddox attended L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, where he was a three sport student athlete. In addition to earning multiple varsity letters in football and basketball, Coach Maddox earned three varsity letters in baseball. He played centerfield, first base and pitcher throughout his high school career. In his senior season, not only was he selected as team captain, but he earned all-state honors as a pitcher, which led to multiple scholarship offers to play collegiate baseball. However, Coach Maddox made the decision to play football in college instead, accepting a scholarship from UCLA to play Quarterback for the Bruins.

After a collegiate and professional football career, Coach Maddox went back to baseball, and in 2011 started the Steeler Baseball program, located in Trophy Club. While his program provides individualized lessons to student athletes of all ages, the program primarily focuses on improving the baseball skills of high school student athletes.  He is excited to be a member of the Mustang baseball family and is looking forward to helping develop the baseball skills of our student athletes and being a positive role model in their lives. 

Coach Maddox is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and History. In addition to coaching our varsity players, and all program pitchers, Coach Maddox teaches Health at Grapevine High School. Coach Maddox has been married to his lovely wife Jen for 25 years. They have a 23 year old daughter, Kacy, and a 17 year old son, Colby. They have four dogs -- Buddy, Cash, Luke and Sweetie.

Fun and Interesting facts about Coach Maddox:  His favorite movies are Gladiator and Cinderella Man.  He was the youngest QB in the modern era to start an NFL game, and his favorite Bible verse is Luke 9:23: " Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me."

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Darien Mooney-Head Junior Varsity Coach, Program Catchers Coach

Coach Mooney will be coaching the Junior Varsity team in 2017.  This is his eleventh year with the Mustang Baseball program. He has coached in GCISD for nineteen years, fourteen of those years as the Athletic Coordinator at Cross Timbers Middle School.  He also coaches football, cross country, and track at CTMS.

He has been married to his wife DaiAnn for 21 years, who is also an employee of GCISD. They have two children, a son Kyler, who is a sophomore at GHS and a daughter Madison,  who is in sixth grade at Cross Timbers Middle School.

He and his family love the game of baseball and are blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of the Mustang Baseball family.

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Casey Schutza-Head Junior Varsity Blue Coach, Program Outfielders Coach

While this is Coach Schutza's second year at Grapevine High School, he has been coaching for the past five years and brings these skills to baseball, where he will be responsible for coaching our Junior Varsity Blue team this season. He will also be responsible for developing the skills of all the outfielders in the program.

Coach Schutza attended Euless Trinity High School, where he earned varsity letters in both football and Baseball. In baseball, he played outfield for the Trojans, and led the team in stolen bases his senior season. During the high school baseball off season, he played for the select team, Stix. At the end of his senior season, he was offered an opportunity to play baseball at North Lake Community College, an outstanding NJCAA Division III baseball program, located in Irving. However, Coach Schutza decided to play football and walked on to the Division I program at the University of North Texas in Denton. Through hard work and determination, Coach Schutza was able to earn an athletic scholarship for the Mean Green.

Coach Schutza graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In addition to coaching, he teaches U.S. History at Grapevine High School. Coach Schutza is married to his wife Genna, who teaches fourth grade in the HEB school district. They have 17 month old baby daughter Chandler Rae. When he isn't spending time with his wife or baby daughter, he plays with his half Australian Sheppard- half Husky dog, named Murphy.

Coach Schutza's fun facts: Favorite food: Buffalo chicken tacos; Favorite sports movie: Remember the Titans; What do you want your players to say about you in 20 years? "That they were never more loved, fought for and valued by a coach, than they were by me."

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Josh Dillard-Head Freshman Coach

Coach Dillard is entering his sixth year coaching and first year at Grapevine High School. He will be coaching the freshman team. He comes to Grapevine from Salado High School where he was an assistant coach for the 2016 4A State Runner-up Baseball team.

Coach Dillard attended Poteet High School in Mesquite, where he played both football and baseball. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Kinesiology. While at Texas A&M, Coach Dillard was a member of the Corps of Cadets and played on the Corps baseball team. He coached the Corps baseball team during his junior and senior years. 

Coach Dillard has been married to his beautiful wife, Jenny, for 5 years. They have an 18 month old daughter, Kylee.

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