Zack played Div. 1 baseball at The University of New Orleans for his freshman year. He then transferred to a Junior College in South Carolina (USC Salkehatchie) where he started in every game at shortstop. After his year there he was then recruited by IU Southeast where he started as the shortstop for every game and the team went on to have the best record in school history finishing the season in the Top 15 in NAIA. He fielded .986 and was one of the top defenders in the country. His senior year he played shortstop and third base where he started in every game for the Grenadiers. They went on to have the best season in school history out doing the season before finishing with 49 wins and ending up losing in the regional championship to Keiser University to go to the world series.
Former prep star at nearby Bellefontaine High School, recently completed a collegiate playing career at the University of Akron and The Ohio State University.
Mosbarger spent three seasons playing at Akron before the baseball program was terminated in 2015. He started 101 games over the course of his career as a two-way player at outfield and pitcher. He hit for a .247 average at the plate with four home runs, 24 doubles, and four triples, while recording 31.2 combined innings with a 1-0 record on the mound for the Zips.
Mosbarger then transferred to The Ohio State University for his final year of eligibility in 2015-16. He made 14 appearances in the field, including eight starts for a Buckeye squad that went 44-20-1 and captured the 2016 Big 10 Tournament title. OSU went to the Louisville Regional that year, where Mosbarger went 2 for 2 with three RBI and a home run against the second-ranked host Cardinals.
He also made an impact on the bump for OSU, registering 32.2 innings and a 2-0 record in five starts, with one of those starts being against Michigan State in the semi-finals of the Big Ten Tournament.
Curt Conley attended Northmont High School from 1986-89. Curt is a member of the Northmont Athletics Hall of Fame, the NHS Baseball Hall of Fame, and the NHS Football Hall of Fame. Posted an 18-6 career pitching mark and helped the school win 2 league titles and the school’s first District Championship in 1988, still ranking 3rd in school history in ERA and 7th strikeouts.
Curt was a 4-year letter winner at Ball State University and was voted Ball State’s most valuable pitcher 3 consecutive years while setting the single season wins record. Tossed BSU’s first complete game no hitter against Miami University in 1992 and threw the first and only no-hitter in the history of the Great Lakes Collegiate summer league with the Muncie Chiefs.
Curt was drafted in the June 1993 baseball amateur draft by the Colorado Rockies in the 26th round and played several years in the minors as a left handed relief pitcher.
Curt has been a Head Coach in the Clayton Wildcats organization for 6 years and served as an Instructor at Reb Sports Academy for 15 years. Curt is married to his wife Stacy and has a son named Colt who will be 14 years of age.
Chillicothe grad in 84, attended WSU 85 thru 89, signed with pirates in 89, relaesed in spring training in 90. Played in DABC league for a number of years, winning NABF World series in 88. Have done lessons with Ted mills for 20+ years.
Yorgen is a graduate of Vandalia-Butler High School where he lettered three years and was part of two regional qualifying teams. After graduating he attended the University of Findlay where he would letter all four years and is in the top ten in multiple career offensive categories. After college he has gone on to play professionally at the independent level. Most recently with the Lexington Legends of the Atlantic League. Along with playing experience, Yorgen has coached at the Junior ACME level and served as the head coach of the Freshman team at Vandalia-Butler in 2018. He also spends time helping out with the catchers at Edison State Community College.