|SIERRA VISTA BASEBALL COACHES|
| Varsity Coaches Junior Varsity Coaches
Nathan Selby Head Coach, Levi Gill Hitters & Catchers Paul Buboltz Head Coach
Carlos Morrison 3rd base & Outfielders, Andy McCulloch Pitchers Austin Stout Pitchers
Ty Selby 1st Base & Infielders
| Nathan begins his 6th year as the Lion's Head Coach, establishing the baseball program here after five years os coaching the JV baseball team at Durango High School. He graduated from high school in Eugene, Oregon, where he played baseball and football at North Eugene High School. He played baseball for his day and was an All-State shortstop. He played college baseball at the University of Nevada Reno, Lassen Junior Coillege, University of Tesas Pan American and Western Oregon University. He received his BS degree in 1993 from Western Oregon. While in college he helped coach American Legion and Babe Rutf Baseball in Eugene and was a coach in 1993 when the team went to the World Seies in Ohio. After moving to Las Vegas and securing a teachin credential from UNLV he began his teaching career at Durango High School as a U. S. History teacher in 1996 and is still excited about the history of our country. His Junior Varsity teams at Durango won over 75% of their games and 12 of those players have played at the college level, 4 of them playing professional baseball. All but two of the graduted senior at Sierra Vista have played or will play this year in College as 3 went to Lassen College, 2 to Feather River Junior College, 1 to Skyline Community College in San Francisco, 2 to Northeastern Colorado Junior College 1 to CCSN , 1 at Linn Benton C. C. and 4 are playing a the new Westen Nevada Community College in Carson City. Vincente Riveria is now a junior at Missouri Western, Marc Baca in a Sophomore at UNLV and Chris Carter signed a professional contract with the Chicago White Sox in the spring of 2005. Nate's wife, Michelle, is a school psychologist with Clark County Schools and they have a daughter, Lauryn, who will be four on April 11. He and Michelle traveled to the East Coast in the summer of 2004 to visit some historical sites and baseball parks. He enjoys fishing and camping.
| Carlos moved to Sierra Vista High School with Coach Selby after three years assisting with the Junior Varsity at Durango High School. He played baseball at Cimmeron Memorial High School, then moving on to Central Arizona Junior College and finishing up his college career at UNLV where he was an outfielder in 1996 - 97. He was drafted in the 1997.
Coach Morrison will handle the outfielders at Sierra Vista and coach 3rd base.
Carlos is 32 years old, graduated from UNLV in 1997 and taught in the Clark County School Distrist for two years before deciding on a career with The Orleans Casino where he works in the sports book.
| Levi returns for his 4th year as an assistant coach at Siera Vista High School. He has coached the catchers and hitters in his 1st three years and will have the same responsibilities in 2006. His 2005 hitters had a team batting average of .316, geting 336 hits of which 82 were doubles, 11 triples and 28 home runs. They struck out only 120 times in 1,232 plate apperances while producing a .395 on base percentage and an outstanding .493 slugging percentage.
He has coached the Lions American Legion Baseball Team the last three years. His 2005 team won the Southern Nevada Championship with a 24-4 record. They went on to win the Western Regional Tournament which took them to the World Series in Rapid City, SD where they finished in a tie for 4th. The 2006 team won the Southern Nevada League Championship and finished 2nd in the State Tournament
As a high school player Levi was a league MVP and a 1st team All-State catcher in Oregon before attending Western Oregon University and Oregon State University. He has a BS Degree from Oregon State and is teaching Math and Algebra at Sierra Vista High School.
| Andy begins his 4th year as the Varsity Pitching Coach after coaching on the JV team in 2004. He has also coached the pitchers during the summer and fall of 2004-05. He graduated from Western High School in Las Vegas where he was an all Southeern Nevada Selection. He then pitched at UNLV before playing professional baseball for two season in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. He graduated from UNLV in 2004 and is teaching at Brinley Middle School making the trip to Sierra Vista after school every day. His 2005 pitching staff had a combined ERA of 1.85 and on opposition batting average of .233. They had 12 complete games and 8 shutouts with a 32-5 recore. Chad Riddle was a 1st team All-State selection and Drew Leary and Justin Mettelka were 2nd team All-State pitchers. The summer team had a 42-16 record on the way to the American Legion World Series. His wife Melissa works at the Bellagio.
| Ty begins his 3rd year of coaching at Sierra Vista after a year playing at Lassen Junior College in California. He was an All-Star shortstop for the Lions in 2002-03 ending his career with a .398 batting average and a .925 fielding percentage. He still ranks high in several categories in the Lion record books, including the batting average which is 3rd best of all time. In 2005 he coached the Junior American Legion Lion team and helped as an assistant at the State, Regional and World Series in Rapid City, SD. He is now taking classes at Southern Nevada Community College planning to become a fireman. He works part time for the District Attorney's office and enjoys motorcycle riding, snowboarding and camping. He is Head Coach Nathan Selby's brother.
| Austin returns for his 3rd season as an assistant coach for the Lions. He is working for SPS Group Inc. printing. He was an outstanding player for the Lions in 2002-03 making the All Southwest League All-Star team as a pitcher. He won 13 games over his two year career while posting a 1.64 ERA. He made 22 starts and pitched 111 innings. Austin also had a .328 career batting average getting 64 hits in 195 at bats and scoring 53 runs. He had 38 RBI's, 15 doubles and a perfect 15 for 15 in stolen bases. He was a co-Head Coach for the American Legion Junior Team in 2005 and assisted the AAA GGold Team in the State, Regional and World Series. Two of his Junior Varsity pitchers will be starters on this year's varsity as he works with anoutstanding group of young pitcher and assists Coach McCulloch with the varsity pitchers. He enjoys riding his motorcycle, snowboarding and camping and fishing.
| Paul join the Lions Coaching Staff as the Head Junior Varsity Coach and will assist with the pitching staff. Paul is a Physical Education teacher at Sierra Vista and coached football in the fall. He graduated from Uew Ulm Catherdal High Schoo in New Ulm, MN in 1999 and then attended Rochester Community College and S. Cloud State University. He played both football and baseball at Rocchester CC and baseball at St. Cloud. After graduation from St. Cloud he was the pitching coach at St. Cloud from 2004-05. While attending the Community College he returned to New Ulm and was the head coach of the New Ulm American Legion tem from 2000 until 2002.. Paul is single and lives inl North Las Vegas.