(Seguin) - With the 2014-2015 school year rapidly approaching, Seguin High School is now searching for a new head baseball coach. After a highly successful four-year stint with the Matadors, Doug Pearce is resigning from SHS to accep the head baseball job at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville.
Pearce led Seguin to three playoff appearances in four seasons, and the 2014 team became the program's first since 1960 to advance beyond the first round.
Doug Pearce led the Matador baseball program to three playoff appearances during his four years as head coach.
This past spring, the Matadors went 22-6-1, finished second in District 27-4A with an 11-3 district mark, and defeated San Antonio-Highlands 11-0 in the bi-district round of the 4A playoffs before falling to Cedar Park-Vista Ridge in a best-of-three area round series.
Seguin went 61-53-2 in Pearces' four seasons.
As he was with the Matadors, Pearce will also be a varsity assistant football coach at Pflugerville-Hendrickson.
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