Coach Arntson will be entering his 21st year as the head coach of the Cavaliers. During that time, Clackamas Baseball has become one of the top baseball programs in the state of Oregon. Coach Arntson has been coaching baseball for 25 years, four of those in his hometown of Great Falls, Montana. There he led the Great Falls Stallions to two state tournament appearances in three seasons. He played legion baseball for the Great Falls Electrics and played one season of college baseball and football at Jamestown College in North Dakota. As the head coach at Clackamas High, John has led the Cavaliers to the state playoffs 13 times, including the past 12 seasons. In 2006, the team won the school’s first ever Three Rivers League title in baseball. Coach Arntson was named Three Rivers League Coach of
the Year that season. Coach Arntson was voted 6A Coach of the Year for the state of Oregon after his Cavaliers won the 6A Oregon State Championship in 2008. He served as the head coach of the 6A Oregon All-Star Series as well that season. John again led the Cavaliers to another state championship in 2010. He was again honored by his peers as 6A Coach of the Year . He was also chosen to lead the 6A All-Star team that summer. In January of 2011, John was honored as the Division II Regional Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association. In 2013 the Cavaliers again won the Three Rivers League and finished runner up in the state of Oregon at the 6A level. Coach Arntson took home Three Rivers League and 6A Coach of the Year honors again that season. In 2014 the Cavs tied for the TRL crown, the 3rd one for the team. In 2015 Clackamas moved to the Mt. Hood Conference and the team advanced to the state semifinals that season. Coach Arntson is a member of the Oregon High School Baseball Coaches Association Executive Committee. He also serves as the chairman for the 6A State Baseball league representatives. In 2016, he was appointed an at-large member of the National High School Baseball Coaches Association Executive Committee. John has been married to wife Tracy for eleven years. They are the parents of two children,
Rylee (a senior at the University of Oregon) and Jake.
This will be Coach Bohlman’s 13th year as an assistant baseball coach at Clackamas High School. In that time, Tom has been instrumental in helping make Clackamas Baseball a top tier program in the State of Oregon. Tom helped his high school team win a state championship his junior year at Tigard High. He played two seasons at Oregon State University. From there he went on to play at George Fox University. He began his coaching career as an assistant at George Fox. He was an assistant at West Linn High School for three seasons and was the head coach there for one season. He then moved to Rex Putnam High School as an assistant for one season and took over as head coach for four seasons. He lead the Kingsmen to the state playoffs his final year at Putnam. Coach Bohlman came to Clackamas during the 2005 season and has helped to lead the Cavaliers to great success. During his time at Clackamas, he has assisted in winning two league titles (2006 and 2013) and two state titles (2008 and 2010) and one state runner up finish. He has coached three pitchers at Clackamas that were named 6A State Players of the Year in Oregon (Nick Struck – 2008 and Ben Wetzler – 2010 and Austin Kelly - 2013). Tom was named an assistant coach of the 6A All-Star Series in both 2008 and 2010 after Clackamas won state titles. Tom is also a math teacher at the high school.
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Coach Wilkins is in his 14th year as an assistant coach with Coach Arntson. He was a varsity assistant with Coach Arntson for seven years from 1997-2002. He cam back as a JV assistant in 2011 and returned to the varsity the following year. He also served as an assistant JV coach for one year and the head JV coach for two years under previous head coach Gary Baton. He is a 1981 graduate of Lasalle High School where he helped his basketball team win a state championship . He earned his undergraduate degree at Warner Pacific in Health and PE and has taught Health and PE at Clackamas High School for the past 24 years. He has been married to Lisa Clark for 30 years, and they have two kids, Cade 21 (a sophomore at Pacific University) and Callie 17 (a junior at Clackamas). Coach Wilkins helped to guide the 2013 Cavalier baseball team to a Three Rivers League title and a second place finish in the state. Eddie is also an assistant football and basketball coach at Clackamas. His hobbies include running, weightlifting, and mowing.
Coach Fisher is in his 2nd year as an assistant coach with the varsity team. He was the head freshman coach for three years in 2002-2004. During those years, he had an overall record of 61-10, with an undefeated record in his last season. Coach Fisher has coached football at Clackamas High School for 16 years and prior to that, he coached for 10 years at Madison High School. He has coached basketball for 5 years at Clackamas High School and also was head coach for the girl's golf team for four years. During college he played football for two years at Western Oregon University and coached for one year there as well. During his time at Clackamas, he has been part of two football teams who have made it to the final 4 and coached the freshman baseball team who went on to win the state title their senior year. Coach Fisher teaches math at Clackamas High School. He has two children: Lauren (21) who attends OSU and Drew (18), a senior at Clackamas. His wife Naomi is an elementary school teacher in the Portland School District.
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Corey Davis is in his 3rd year at Clackamas High School and was the head J.V. coach for the past 2 seasons. Coach Davis was the assistant J.V. coach at Oregon City High School in 2014. Coach Davis played baseball at Clackamas High School and graduated in 2008. He helped lead the Cavaliers to their first state championship that year and earned First Team All-State honors as a catcher. From there he went on to play baseball at Mt. Hood Community College from 2008-2010. Coach Davis then transferred to Wright State University where he continued to play baseball until he graduated in 2012. He is currently a History teacher at Clackamas High School and is excited to begin his first season with the Varsity team.
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