2006-2016, The Coach Buck Years
May 19, 2016 5:25 AM

May 13, 2016 11:36 PM

The games may be over, but there is still one last event in the 2016 season. Our annual season ending banquet is this next Wednesday, May 18th at the Four Points by Sheraton. Doors open at 5:15p with dinner at 6:00p and the program starting at 7:00p.

Coach Buck This is a chance for us to celebrate a great season and to recognize those members of the Pride Family who are going to be moving on.

This year's banquet will be extra special. For those who do not already know, Coach Brandon Buck is leaving Mountain Pointe and retiring from coaching to pursue new challenges and opportunities in Idaho. Our banquet program this year will feature a tribute to him and the eleven years he dedicated himself to our program.

We will also take this opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate our 2016 graduates as they move on to the next stages in their lives:

  • Brock Bell
  • Julian Diaz
  • Klye Goings
  • C.J. Gonzales
  • Gen Ito
  • Treyston Miller
  • Garrett Redaja
  • Michael Schermerhorn
  • Jack Smith
  • Blake Stanfill

Family, alumni and friends are welcome to join us, but tickets need to be purchased by Sunday so please do not delay. Tickets are available from our online store for $35 each (current players are free) through the deadline. We hope you will be able to join us.

Junior Day at Mountain Pointe
May 5, 2016 9:26 PM

Junior Day Mountain Pointe High School is proud to announce that it has been selected to host the Junior Day Baseball Prospect Camp & Showcase on Tuesday, May 31st. This one-day event will also feature college coaches from Fordham University, UNLV, University of New Mexico, Grand Canyon University, California State University-San Bernardino, and possibly others.

Junior Day will feature multiple sessions for each player to choose from. All coaches attending the camp will the coaching at each session. Junior Day is designed for current juniors (2017 grads) and rising juniors (2018 grads) but is also open to rising sophomores (2019 grads).

To register for Junior Day please visit JuniorDayBaseball.com. Additional details are available on the event’s website.

If you have questions about the event please contact Brent Alwine at brent@ccscathletics.com. He can also be reached by phone or text at (703) 408-4615.

2015 MLB Draft Recap
Jun 14, 2015 3:10 AM

After having three players selected last year, Mountain Pointe was well represented again this past week with four players drafted in the 2015 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft. Congratulations to these young men for their accomplishments on and off the field:

Scott Kingery
Scott Kingery
2nd Round (48th overall pick)
Philadelphia Phillies

Scott graduated from Mountain Pointe in 2012 and was on the 2011 State Championship team. He attended the University of Arizona where he played outfield the first two years and second base his junior year. In 2015, as a junior, he was named Pac-12 Player of the Year. Kingery’s bat came alive this season, as he hit .392/.423/.561 with 5 HR and 36 RBI.

Brantley Bell
Brantley Bell
11th Round
Cincinnati Reds

Brantly graduated from Mountain Pointe in 2013 and was on the 2011 State Championship team. He attended ‘Ole Miss his freshmen year and went to the CWS. He transferred to State College of Florida as a sophomore where he played shortstop and had 41 RBI’s and 3HR.

Alan Garcia
Alan Garcia
19th Round
San Diego Padres

Alan graduated from Mountain Pointe in 2015 with a scholarship offer to Arizona State University. A transfer student from Nogales his senior year, Alan adapted easily and became a leader and major contributor to the team as an outfielder, hitter, and end of season pitcher. Alan was 1st Team All-City, 1st Team All Section, 1st Team All State and Pre-season All American.

Garvin Alston
Garvin Alston
37th Round
Chicago Whitesox

Garvin graduated from Mountain Pointe in 2015 with a scholarship offer to Arizona State University. He was a versatile Athlete as the starting QB for the varsity football team leading them to the semi-finals and was a 2 year varsity letter man in varsity baseball. He is an exceptional young man with a tremendous drive to help others!