Former CBC player and assistant coach Chris Staton has been selected as CBC's new head baseball coach. Staton replaces Steve Farrington who resigned after a successful four-year tenure.
Staton played baseball at CBC in 2002 and 2003 as a catcher and first baseman. His efforts as a player helped CBC to an East Region title in 2003. Staton worked for the baseball program at Washington State University before returning to CBC as an assistant coach.
Returning in 2007, Staton served as an assistant coach under both Scott Rogers and Farrington, helping the Hawks claim East Region titles in 2007 and 2009. CBC finished fourth, third, and second at the NWAACC Championships during his three seasons as an assistant.
Staton joined the Southridge High School coaching staff in 2010.
Staton earned his AA degree from CBC, and his Bachelor's in Mathematics and Master's in Education from WSU. He currently teaches math at Kamiakin High School. He is married to former Kennewick High School women's basketball coach Tarah Staton; they have a daughter, Karlee.
Ryan Brisby begins his first season with CBC baseball in the winter of 2013. Coach Brisby will work with the hitters, as well as coach third base.
Brisby graduated from River View High School in 2001. He continued his playing career at Blue Mountain CC before transferring to Division II Lander University in Greenwood, South Carolina. Brisby earned a degree in Business Management at Lander.
At the conclusion of his playing career Brisby returned to Blue Mountain CC, this time as a coach, in 2006. Spending six seasons in Pendleton, Brisby helped lead the Timberwolves to their first playoff appearance in school history.
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