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Three-time Potomac Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year
Varsity Baseball Coach
Health, Physical Education and Driver's Education Teacher
Warm Springs Elementary
Widmeyer Intermediate school
Head Baseball Coach
Berkley Springs High School
Prep: Three-time Potomac Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year at Berkeley Springs High under coach Trey Barcus … totaled 14 victories and two saves in three varsity seasons … posted 308 career strikeouts in high school career … two-time first team all-state player … two-time Apple Valley League first-team selection … played for Berkeley Post 14 during the summer … team captain in senior season for baseball and basketball teams.
"We dominated the game until the end," said Berkeley Springs Coach Trey Barcus.
Although Barcus was pleased with the outcome of the trip, he still thinks his team has room for improvement. "I think we will find out a little more about our team this week," said Barcus. "We're looking for consistency.
"We need to get more consistent," said Berkeley Springs Coach Trey Barcus.
"But, that is kind of tough, when you don't get to play as often as you would like. We have had several games postponed in the past two weeks and that hasn't helped the cause." The Indians saw a 9-3, third inning, lead evaporate, but scored three times in the fifth to go on top 12-9. East Hardy then outscored the Indians 9-1 over the remainder of the contest, for the five-run win. "Our pitching was terrible," said Barcus "We committed four errors, but they really didn't hurt us that much. But, when you walk 15 batters, it is tough to win. We allowed 29 base runners in this game and that is unacceptable. Our pitching had been pretty good, but not against East Hardy." On a positive note, Barcus is pleased with the way his team is hitting the ball. "This is probably the best hitting team I've had at Berkeley Springs," said Barcus.
BERKELEY SPRINGS - Trey Barcus, Berkeley Springs High School's new varsity baseball coach, plans on 'energizing' the Indians program.Barcus' hiring was confirmed Tuesday night by Superintendent David Temple and approved by the Morgan County Board of Education.Barcus, who said his strategy involves small ball and team cohesion, repeatedly used the word energy when discussing his team strategy.Last year, Barcus was the coach of Paw Paw's varsity boys basketball team while teaching second grade.Paw Paw is a kindergarten through 12th grade school.Curtis feels that Barcus' experience as a varsity coach qualifies him for the new position.Barcus, who resides in Berkeley Springs, is not concerned about his transition from basketball to baseball.'I don't see there is a transition myself because I grew up baseball first, basketball second,' Barcus said. 'Baseball is what I'm meant to do.'My main goal is to win - you have to learn to walk before you run.'While Barcus has big plans for the Indians, he feels that winning games isn't the only measure of success.'If these kids are improving, well that's success, but you have to win to keep people energized,' Barcus said. 'We're reenergizing - gotta get the kids back out, gotta get the community involved again.'Barcus taught fifth grade at Widmeyer Intermediate school from 2002-2004 while coaching the seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball team during the 2003-2004 season.He will teach fifth grade at Warm Springs Elementary while coaching baseball in the upcoming school year.
Paul Trey Barcus resigned as health, physical education and driver's education teacher for Berkeley Springs High School.