and Honorary League President
Coach is among the winning-est high school coaches in Indiana High School Baseball. He lead the 1970 Clay Baseball team to the State Finals and a Championship. Jim served 14 years in various minor league franchises to include the A's, Cubs, White Sox and Diamondbacks as both an infield coach and manager. He is a charter member of the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame as well as the National High School Coaches Hall of Fame.
Coach Joel Reinebold
Joel is currently the Head Coach of South Bend Clay High School. He is an alumnus of Mississippi College where he played varsity baseball for four years. Joel has coached at the high school and college level for over 30 years. He was recently named as the manager of the Jamaican Little League Baseball Head Coach. Joel has been with camp since it's inception in 1993.
Coach John Kehoe
John was the head coach for Washington High School for over 10 years. He is now the varsity asst. coach at Clay High School. John was a 24th round pick of the Toronto Bluejays. He played for 4 years in the organization before retiring. Prior to his professional career John started all four years of his college career. Coach Kehoe has been a part of the staff here for 8 years.
Coach Tom Washburn
Tom Washburn graduated from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he played the outfield. Tom was the assistant coach for New Prairie High School for 3 seasons in 2003-2005. His guidance helped the Cougars win their 1st Regional Crown and an appearance in the Semi-State. He has been involved with the Jim Reinebold Fall Camp since 2005 and is currently an assistant coach at Clay High School. John works at Knollwood Country Club as a personal trainer specializing in speed/agility and rotational sports.
Coach Ryan Wolfe
Coach Wolfe began his coaching career at West Central High School where he was the Head Coach from 2005-2011. He coached one year at Rochester and has been the Head Coach at Plymouth High School for the past 4 years. Coach Wolfe played college baseball at Manchester University where he was part of the 2004 team that made the DIII college world series. He has been a part of the Jim Reinbold camp for the past 4 years.
Coach Ryan Debroka
Ryan played college ball at Glen Oaks Community College, South Western Michigan, and the University of South Carolina at Spartanburg. Ryan has 12 years experience as a pitching coach for South Bend Washington High school and Clay High School. He has been a member of the staff here at the camp for 8 years.
Coach Tony Cruz
Coach Cruz began his coach career at Washington High School in South Bend as an assitant coach. He is currently has been an assistant coach at Clay High School for 3 years. He is also the head coach of the famed American Legion's Post 357. Coach Cruz has been with the Reinebold Camp for the past 3 season.
Coach Jim Treadway
Jim is entering his 5th year involved in the Jim Reinebold Fall Instructional Camp. A Ball State graduate, Jim was a Varsity Assistant for 8 years at Elkhart Central, 1 year at Glen Oaks Community College, a Varsity Assistant at Concord for 5 years and 4 years as the Head Baseball Coach at Concord high school, retiring after the 2015 season. He has been coaching various summer teams for 35 years, including the last 24 years as the Head Coach of the Bristol Post 143 baseball team. During this time he has placed 250+ young men into college programs and has had 17 drafted into Major League Baseball.
Coach Billy Schell
Coach Schell is an experienced camp veteran, having been with Reinebold Fall Baseball Camp for 10 years. He also has many years experience as a youth baseball coach, he is currently an assitant coach at Clay High School, going on his 11th year.
Coach Danny Jennings
Coach Jennings is the head coach of Benton Harbor High School
Coach Wes Smith
Coach Eric Snyder
Coach C.J. Schwartz
Vince DeDario has been the head coach at South Bend Riley since late 2019. Vince is an alum of Indiana University, Holy Cross College and Marian High School. He was the head coach at Jefferson Intermediate for five years prior to taking the reins at Riley and won the school's first city championship in his final year.