Steve Drewry




For over 20 years Steve Drewry has coached and developed some of our areas top players. Specializing in the pitching area, Steve has helped many of his students achieve their goal of becoming a college athlete.
Steve's teams (Oakdale High 05,06,2014/Johansen High 2010, coached at Oakdale 2013) and pitchers have won  multiple High School League and CIF section championships as well as numerous individual awards such as league MVP, Pitcher of the Year and All League.
Steve's travel ball experience (10u-18u Gold) includes many trips to National events in ASA, Triple Crown and Premier Girls Fastpitch. With highlights being top 5 finishes in 12u ASA National (2011) and 14uPGF (2012).
Steve's daughter Marissa is one of our areas all time greats. Guiding Oakdale High to 3 league and 2 section titles. She led the Cal Bears from 2007 through 2010 graduating with just under 70 wins and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from one of the top public schools in the country.  
Steve's passion and experiences allow him to share not only the mechanical aspects, but also the mental and emotional of competitive competition.


Paul Hackbarth

   Born and raised in Oakdale, Coach Loger has been a varsity coach at Oakdale High School since 1998. After a 31 year playing career he wanted to bring his love and knowledge of fast pitch softball to the young women of the area. He's a twenty year board member of youth softball, coached at both the Valley Magic and California Grapettes organizations and is now in his 17th year as Head Softball Coach at Oakdale which he graduated from in 1970. 11 league championships and 4 section titles at Oakdale has given him the opportunity to coach some of the finest players ever from this area; over 50 of which have gone on to play college softball. Last years VOL Championship team boasted 7 seniors; all of whom went on to play at the collegiate level, 4 at Div I. Fundamentals, structure and commitment are important as are love of team and sport.     " I look forward to working with the next generation of young student athletes."