Coach Ronnie Sayer
North Charleston Baseball 2000-2004Coach Ronnie Sayer played in the North Charleston program from 2000-2004 where he won 3 state titles. After graduating high school, he immediately began his coaching career as an assistant at Oakbrook Middle School. He did this for 3 years before being promoted to head coach in 2009. The following season, he began assisting with the varsity squad at Fort Dorchester High School. In 2012, he was hired as the head coach at Stall High School, before moving back to Fort Dorchester to head up his old team in 2015. Coach Sayer had the privilege of returning to Collins Park in the summer of 2010 to assist with the Pre-Majors. From 2010-2015, the Pre-Majors won 3 state titles and a World Series championship.
Coach Kenny Wilkinson
Kenny Wilkinson has been a baseball coach since 1972. In 1990 he started the North Charleston Dixie Majors Program. Over that period his teams have won 14 State Championships and 5 World Series Championships. The Dixie Pre-Majors have won 8 State Championships and 1 World Series Championship.They have made 17 consecutive World Series appearances. Over that span they are 56-30 in World Series play. They have played in the Championship game 7 times, winning 5. He has had hundreds of players who have gone on to play college and professional baseball. Coach Wilkinson was the head coach of the Dixie National Team from 1993-2002. During that span, the Dixie Team won more games than any other Organization. Playing in 5 Championship games and winning the National Title in 2000 in Cooperstown, New York. Coach Wilkinson also had the prestigious honor of coaching in the U.S. Olympic Festival in 1993 in San Antonio, Texas. Kenny Wilkinson was inducted into the Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010 and the Dixie Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013.
Coach Brad Woods
North Charleston Baseball 1999-2000
Coach Brad Woods has been coaching hitters and catchers since 2005. He has been apart 7 State Championships and 5 World Series titles. Coach Woods brings a lot of knowledge and experience from his time playing in the North Charleston program in 1999-2000, and from his college playing days at Charleston Southern University. Coach Woods dedication to the hitters and catchers and has helped shape a wealth of Division I and Division II catchers in his 11 years of coaching.
Coach Justin Maner
North Charleston Baseball 2000-2002
Coach Justin Maner played in the North Charleston Baseball program from 2000-2002, before going on to advance his baseball career at Southern Wesleyan University. He was part of the first World Series Finalist Team in 2001, and won a state championship in 2002. From 2003-2015 he has brought 13 years of coaching to the program where he primarily coaches infielders, base running, and hitters. He started out with the Pre-Majors from 2003-2010 and has since coached the Majors team from 2011-2015. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the defensive side of the equation and has had a part in a total of 11 State Championships and 5 World Series Titles.
Coach Jamie Rabon
North Charleston Baseball 1998-2000
Coach Jamie Rabon played in the North Charleston baseball program from 1998-2000, going on to play college baseball at the University of South Carolina, Salkahatie and then ending at Southern Wesleyan University. Jamie started coaching at North Charleston in 2003 with the Pre-Majors and moved to the Majors squad in 2004. He has collegiate coaching experience at Wofford from 2010-2011 and at Charleston Southern University from 2011-2013. Coach Rabon took over as the head coach of the Pre-Majors in 2011 and has built the programs foundation very solid, leading the Pre-Majors team to their first World Series Title in 2015. Jamie has a wealth of knowledge that he brings to the program with the pitchers, outfielders, infielders and hitters. All around Coach Rabon has helped mold the future of the program as well as his coaching staff with the Pre-Majors.
Coach Ken Hagge
Coach Hagge started coaching in Nebraska, coaching junior Babe Ruth, Babe Ruth and Legion baseball. In South Carolina he started coaching in the Lowcountry at Northwood Park, where he was also the Commissioner of baseball for over 6 years. He also coached travel ball in the area with 5 different teams. Ken is starting his 3rd year at Collins Park and has coached in two State tournaments and two World Series tournaments, with two state championships and two Wold Series Championships. This will be his 16th year coaching baseball.