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Spring Sports

Castaic spring sports run from February - May
Head Coach: Darrell Davis
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Baseball coach Darrell Davis, is 47 years old. He has lived in Santa Clarita for over 34 years.

Coach Davis graduated from Saugus High School in 1989. He played baseball and football in high school. 

Coach Davis played baseball at College of the Canyons and one year at Cal State Northridge.

He currently is a Sergeant II for the Los Angeles Police Department. Coach Davis has two boys, one of his sons Devin graduated from Valencia High School High in 2015 and is currently playing in the minor leagues for the Anaheim Angels. Coach Davis's other son Darren, is currently a sophomore at Saugus High School and is playing on the Junior Varsity Baseball team.

Coach Davis has been coaching for 25 years. He has coached several travel ball teams and has been successful at several levels. Coach Davis also has been coaching in the Santa Clarita Warrior Football program for 15 years. 

Coach Davis enjoys coaching and mentoring young adults. Coach Davis has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal justice and an Associates degree in Physical Education.

Coach Davis is delighted to be a Castaic Coyote!!!!!

Boys Golf
Head Coach: Austin Rocha
Boys Volleyball
Head Coach: Adam Burger
Head Coach: Jay Creps
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Coach Creps attended Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho where he majored in pre-law and government.  He is currently retired from Anheuser-Busch in Los Angeles where he was a Warehouse Supervisor there for almost 28 years. His wife was the Quality Assurance asst. manager.


Coach Creps has two boys and one daughter, his two boys graduated from Hart High School where they played soccer and baseball.  The oldest is a Los Angeles City Fire Fighter and Paramedic.  The youngest is a Building Engineer in Westlake, CA.  His daughter graduated from Valencia High School where she played soccer and softball.  She went to UCLA as a softball catcher and played in China as a Junior Olympic Player.  She currently manages two departments in the Human Resources Department of Henry Mayo Hospital.  He and his wife are very excited to be the grandparents of five beautiful granddaughters!


Coach Creps has been coaching at the high school level for 21 years, including 5 years as an asst. coach at Valencia High School.  He also coached his daughter to a national championship at the 23 and under level in travel ball.  He has been to the City Championship Game twice and to the Semi Championship Game numerous times.


Coach Creps is very excited to be at Castaic High School and be a “Castaic Coyote!!!”  The school is beyond belief in the opportunities available for the students in academics and sports!     

Swim & Dive
Head Coach: Kevin Martinez 
Track & Field
Head Coach: Eric Johnson 

Coach Eric Johnson is a Santa Clarita native, and attended Canyon High School where he lettered in Football and Track. After graduating, Coach Johnson competed in Track and Field at the Division 1 level at Cal Poly. His attitude, academic achievements, and athletic prowess saw him named captain of his track team. 

After graduating, Coach Johnson was invited to assist with the sprints group at Canyon, to determine whether he was suited for a career in coaching. He instantly formed a special bond with his athletes, pushing them on and off the track and quickly found that helping students achieve their goals was his true calling. 

Coach Johnson spent the past nine years as the full time head coach of the boys and girls sprints group at the varsity, junior varsity, and frosh- soph levels at Canyon High School. While at Canyon, Coach Johnson won nine Foothill League championships. 

Throughout his career, Coach Johnson learned from highly decorated coaches such as Canyon High School legends Paul Broneer and Dave Delong; as well as Olympic standout Denean Hill. 

He brings with him a wealth of knowledge, compassion, and a steadfast motivation to see his student athletes succeed. Coach Johnson is extremely excited to bring that winning tradition to Castaic and build this program from the ground up.