Dream Job Teaching Baseball at SGP
The vast majority of Paul Ylda’s baseball profession has included South Grand Prairie, and now he’s about to stay a dream as head coach of the identical program for which he performed greater than 20 years in the past.
After 16 years as an assistant, the previous six to Artwork Senato, Ylda has been named the brand new head coach for the Warriors as Senato has accepted the top teaching place at Burleson Centennial. Ylda graduated from SGP in 2000.
“In August of 2005, I returned to SGP and began my profession as an educator and baseball coach. I joined my outdated coach Frank Garner’s workers for his ultimate season in 2006 and can be endlessly grateful to him for that chance,” Ylda mentioned. “I fell in love with teaching excessive school baseball.
“Since that first season, this has all the time been my dream job. There isn’t a different place I’d fairly be and no different job I’d fairly have. That is house. The 2022 season can be my twenty first in a Warrior uniform. I couldn’t be prouder to be the top coach of SGP baseball.”
Ylda didn’t get pleasure from playoff success as a participant for SGP, however since his return they’ve solely missed the playoffs as soon as (2012) and have gained 4 district championships. This most up-to-date season they have been second in District 8-6A and superior to the second spherical of the postseason.
As a participant at Northwood College, he helped them to a 2003 Red River Athletic Convention championship.
Space baseball recap for 2021
South Grand Prairie: Second in District 8. Defeated Lake Highlands in bidistrict, 2-0 (7-2, 6-3); misplaced to Plano in space, 0-2 (3-4, 2-3).
Mansfield: First in District 11. Defeated Copperas Cove in bidistrict, 2-1 (3-5, 7-4, 7-4); misplaced to Rockwall in space, 0-2 (2-5, 4-8).
Waxahachie: Third in District 11. Defeated Killeen Harker Heights in bidistrict, 2-0 (4-2, 4-0); misplaced to Wylie in space, 0-2 (1-2, 0-2).
Duncanville: Fourth in District 11. Misplaced to Belton in bidistrict, 0-2 (0-8, 3-7).
Mansfield Legacy: First in District 8. Defeated Fort Price Northside in bidistrict, 2-0 (10-0, 12-0); defeated Azle in space, 2-0 (5-3, 2-0); misplaced to Birdville in regional quarterfinals, 1-2 (0-2, 3-2, 4-5).
Mansfield Timberview: Third in District 8. Defeated Saginaw in bidistrict, 2-1 (4-5, 7-6, 16-1); defeated Granbury in space, 2-0 (8-7, 2-1); misplaced to Aledo in regional quarterfinals, 0-2 (5-9, 4-14).
Midlothian: Third in District 14. Misplaced to Highland Park in bidistrict, 1-2 (4-1, 4-7, 4-8).
Midlothian Heritage: First in District 10. Misplaced to Melissa in bidistrict, 1-2 (6-16, 2-1, 12-14).