Contact Head Coach Curtus Moak with any questions about the baseball program.
Contact Phil Bush if interested in advertising on one of the full color CCS baseball field banners. (Baseball Program Banner Ad Form PDF)
New CCS Baseball Home Field: Crawford Woods Park (Hancock Rd., Hamilton, Ohio)
CCS Inaugural Home Run Derby Successful! Thank you to all who came out to celebrate the new home field of the CCS baseball program! What a blast! We congratulate our softball home run derby champs - first prize winner, Brian Alexander ($300) and second prize winner, Jason Hawkins ($150)!
Special thank you's go to WMOH broadcaster, Steve Vaughn, for being our emcee, to L.E. Scofield Window and Door Company and anonymous donors, to the CCS Athletic Boosters, to Butler Tech for being the resource for our new dugouts, and to Hamilton Parks Conservancy for allowing CCS to have this amazing space at Crawford Woods Park!
Special thank you also to Tri County Assembly who is allowing us to use their baseball field as well, located next to our elementary campus in Fairfield!
Coach Moak is married 14 years and has four children. He attended the University of Cincinnati for four years studying Criminology, and he also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Christian Ministry and Leadership from Cincinnati Christian University, 2014. He is currently the Lead Pastor at Hamilton Christian Center in Hamilton, Ohio, and has been in full-time pastoral ministry for 10 years.
Coach's baseball experience is extensive (below).
- Drafted into Major League Baseball 25th round Cincinnati Reds (4 years of professional baseball in both Reds' and A's organization, 2001-2004)
- ALL-American at University of Cincinnati, 2001
- Captain of Ohio State Division 1 Champions Baseball Team, 1997 (Hamilton High School)
- Pitching Coach for Hamilton High, 2007
- Coached Miami-Hamilton College baseball, 2005
- Worked off season as non-certified performance enhancing trainer at Building Better Athletes then Ignition
- 10 years of coaching from Little League to college level
Coach Moak feels, "One of the most used examples of a follower of Jesus Christ is that of an athlete. To me there is no better combination in which you can help mentor a young person - Jesus and a ball."
Coach Moak's Assistant Coaches
Coach Jason Hawkins:
- 37 years of age, married 16 years to Tara with one 13 year old son, Blake
- coached for over 10 years in three different sports: baseball, football and wrestling.
- has been on the board for three years at West Side Little League, the premier organization in Southwest Ohio (He helped the 2015 team play on ESPN only to get beat by one run in the Regional Finals. If they would have won, they would have been in Williamsport, PA for the Little League World Series, representing the Great Lakes Region.)
Coach Blake Castator:
24 years old with already two years of managing experience with 13 and 10 year old select teams
- played varsity three years at Hamilton High School
- scholarship athlete at University of the Cumberlands for four years in baseball