Boys Junior Varsity Baseball, Boys Varsity Baseball · Welcome Brian Metz and Karter Graves


Dear King’s Way Families,
We are excited to announce two new additions to our Baseball Coaching staff to join Todd Pisarczyk and Paris Shewey.
 
– Brian Metz will be joining us an assistant coach and helping lead the baseball program. Brian was born and raised in Walla Walla.  He was a three sport athlete in high school (basketball, football, baseball).  He went on to play junior college baseball at Victor Valley College in Southern California and earned a scholarship to play baseball at New Mexico State University.  After his playing career, Brian went on to successfully lead a number of baseball programs. In 2009 he started Metz Baseball Academy teaching fundamentals of hitting and the mental aspect of the game. He is the founded and managed the 18u MBA Warrior  baseball program Northern California.  He is also the former head varsity baseball coach at Forest Lake Christian and former head hitting instructor at Valley Christian in Northern California. Brian believes there is greatness inside everyone and loves creating an environment for young athletes to succeed all while pointing them to Christ.  Brian has been married to his wife Stacey for 20 years and they have two amazing boys.   Austin is currently in the army and Andrew is a sophomore at King’s Way.
Karter Graves will be assisting with the Varsity team and will be the head coach for the JV Team.  Karter is extremely excited to help with the boys baseball program this season. He has played baseball since he was young and has a love an passion for the game.  His desire is to instill this passion in the players he will be leading at King’s Way.  Karter attended high school at King’s Way were he was part of the boys golf, basketball, and baseball teams.  Karter was was a player on the very first baseball team here at King’s Way and was an integral part of the state championship team his senior year.  Karter says he cannot wait to get back on the field this spring with the King’s Way Baseball team to help them compete and grow as men and followers of Christ.