New Shiloh Baseball Coach

July 19th, 2013

As most of you already know, Coach Jimmy Harris has been named the Head Baseball Coach at Stillwater High School in Oklahoma.  Coach Harris has done a great job of taking our baseball program to a championship level.  We are disappointed to lose Coach Harris, but we love his family and wish them the best in the future. 

We are excited to announce Moe Henry as our new Head Baseball Coach at Shiloh Christian High School.  Coach Henry has been at Shiloh Christian for two years, and has been an assistant baseball coach under Coach Harris.  Before coming to Shiloh, he was an assistant baseball coach at Springdale High School, and has coached several summer baseball teams over the years.   Coach Henry graduated from Arkansas Tech University, and went to high school at Nashville, Arkansas, where he was a 4-sport athlete.  Coach Henry loves and cares about kids, and is a great teacher of the game.  We are excited about his vision for the Shiloh baseball program.  We appreciate all of the work he has already put into our school, and thank his wife Rachel, and children Jaiden, Malachi, and Brynlee for their support. 

Also, we are announcing a new baseball/football assistant to replace Jimmy Harris.  We are excited that Shiloh alum Crosby Tuck is coming back home.  Coach Tuck has been coaching baseball and football the past two years in the state of Florida.  He was an assistant baseball coach here at Shiloh on the 2011 State Championship team, as well as being an All-Conference baseball player here.  He was a 3-sport athlete here at Shiloh from 2004-2007.  Coach Tuck went onto play football at the University of Arkansas where he received his degree.  He will also be an assistant on the football staff.  We are excited to welcome Crosby and his wife Lauren, who is also a Shiloh alum, back to Northwest Arkansas and the Shiloh family.