Shoreline baseball coaches square off

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Coach Brain Hamshaw
Shorecrest High School grads and current Shoreline residents - Brian Hamshaw, the head JV Coach at Shorecrest and Tim Lee, the Head C Coach at Ballard High School, will play a non-league Metro vs Wesco baseball game at Shorecrest High School 6:30pm on Monday March 19th.

Both coaches co-founded the Shoreline Baseball Association and coach teams for their summer program as well.

Currently, there are 11 players in the Shoreline Baseball Association who are playing in the Shorecrest program, which features six sophomores on varsity, already.

Coach Tim Lee
Coach Lee graduated in 2011 and played four years for current Head Varsity Coach, Alan Bruns.

Prior to coaching at Ballard, Coach Lee was mentored at Shorewood High School by Wyatt Tonkin and Frank Marier as an assistant during their 2015 season where the T-Birds earned 2nd in the AAA State Tournament. 

Coach Hamshaw was a 1994 graduate and has been an active member of the athletics community in Shoreline. 

Holding past positions of President of the local little leagues, he is now the current Head Football Coach at Kellogg Middle School.

Coach Hamshaw also coached Tim when he was playing in North King County Little League.
Coach Tim had some fun thoughts on playing his former school and coach: "It'll be a lot of fun playing against Brian. When I was at Shorewood, I had never lost to Shorecrest so we'll will try our best to make sure it stays that way Monday night."

 Shorecrest High School is located at 15343 25th Ave NE, Shoreline 98155.

3-17-18 Update: the game will be at 6:30pm on Monday


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