Baseball at CCS
The CCS baseball program seeks to worship the Lord by pursuing excellence on and off the field. From Middle School to High School, the student athletes are taught baseball fundamentals, the attributes of successful athletes, and the value of teamwork. The ultimate priority is to glorify God - through talents on the field, through studies in the classroom, through service, and through learning how to grow as men who deeply love the Lord. The coaches design practices and compete in games with this in mind, and seek to maximize the potential of every student athlete.
- HS Boys Varsity
- HS Boys JV
- MS Varsity
- MS JV Boys
Baseball Head Coach
Ben Wharton is a 2003 graduate of CCS where he received TSWAA all state baseball honors in 2003 and was a pitcher and a shortstop on the Charger's 2002 and 2003 state tournament teams. Wharton continued his baseball career at Bryan College where he earned all-region honors as an outfielder, led the NAIA in stolen bases in 2006, and earned a Gold Glove in 2007.
Upon graduating with a degree in history and a minor in Biblical studies, Wharton went on to play two years of independent minor league baseball, first for the Bay Area Toros in 2007 and then for the Reno Silver Sox in 2008. After retiring from professional baseball, Wharton began his coaching career on a part time basis at Covenant College. In 2010, Covenant hired Wharton as the full-time assistant where he helped lead the Scots to their first ever NCAA national tournament in 2014.
Wharton teaches 7th grade history at CCS and also serves as an assistant for the varsity basketball team.
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