Conyers to lead new YHS Baseball program

YORK — Aaron Conyers has been named as the head coach of the new YHS baseball program, which will begin its first season in the spring of 2025.

Conyers grew up in northern California in the Cameron Park area and moved to York 11 years ago to attend school and play baseball at York University.

A lifelong player of the game, he began coaching in 2016 for YU and then in 2019 the York Legion.

Now he has taking on the task of starting York’s high school program from the ground up.

“I’m excited for the first year and for baseball to come to YHS. It’s been long-awaited and playing on the turf will be fun. I just want to develop kids to be the best they can be.”

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When asked why he wanted to take on this challenge, Conyers responded, “I want to be a part of the new tradition. I’ve had experiences with a lot of these kids already and I love the idea of starting a program from the bottom and building it up.”

After living in larger cities, Conyers has enjoyed his move to the middle of Nebraska.

“York is a good community and I enjoy the small town aspect of it. I can’t wait for them to enjoy high school baseball next year.”

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