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Phone: 301.399.9779 Email:
Extreme Baseball 247 109 Post Office Road, Suite D Waldorf, MD 20602

"Its not always the fastest or strongest player, its the ones that work the hardest and want it the most."



Over 40 years of coaching experience, has won 2 high school state championships - one at Thomas Stone High School and one at McDonough High School. Coach Dallas now coaches at North Point High School.

First Round Draft of Montreal Expos 1972, Switch Hitting Centerfielder

Hughesville Little League Coach and Instructor 12 years

Head Coach Thomas Stone J.V. 1989 – 2000 Overall Record 345 wins 105 loses ( won 24 straight )

Assistant Head Coach Charles County American Legion ( Chaney Enterprise ) 1986 - 1991 ( Batting Instructor )

Head Coach Junior American Legion and Southern Maryland Senators 1991 - 2003 Overall Record 306 wins 101 loses

Assistant Varsity Head Coach McDonough High School 2001 - 2002 SMAC Champs

Assistant Varsity Head Coach NORTH POINT High School 2007 - Present




Coach Johnson is a graduate of Thomas Stone High School, where he received All-Met honors, Gatorade Player of the Year and All SMAC in 1991. He was also drafted by the San Francisco Giants in 1991 as a shortstop/pitcher. Juan was selected to represent the United States in the 1991 Junior Olympics where they won a Silver Medal. Juan attended Essex Community College in Baltimore, Maryland where his team won the Junior Community College World Series 1991-1992. Thereafter, Juan played for the San Francisco Giants minor league team, Arizona Giants A and Phoenix Firebirds AAA. In 2003, Juan was admitted into the Thomas Stone Hall of Fame.


Reginald Damascus Abercrombie is an American former professional baseball outfielder. He played in Major League Baseball for the Florida Marlins and Houston Astros.

Abercrombie joined the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball in 2010, signing a contract with the Sioux Falls Fighting Pheasants. Abercrombie spent much of the 2012 and 2013 seasons splitting time between Sioux Falls and the Mexican League. Abercrombie joined the Winnipeg Goldeyes for the 2014 season and hit .284 in 398 at bats with 15 home runs and 74 RBI. On February 9, 2015, he was traded by the Goldeyes to the Sussex County Miners of the Canadian-American Association. He made three stops overall in 2015, playing with Sussex County, the Winnipeg Goldeyes of the American Association and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League.


Terrance Pinkston


Graduated from McDonough High School in 2014, and went on the play 5 years at Dl baseball programs (Norfolk State and University Maryland Baltimore-County). He is currently playing professional baseball for the Washington WildThings in the Frontier League. 


• 2010-2014 McDonough High School Baseball • 2014-2018 Norfolk State University • 2019 University Maryland Baltimore-County • 2019-Present Washington WildThirms (Frontier League) 


• High School All-State Horrors (Junior/Senior) • American East Conference 2. Team (College) • Lead American East Conference in (Stolen Bases and Fielding Percentage) • Top 10 in career stolen bases at UMBC 


Austin Barefoot


Catcher at La Plata High School 2008-2011.

Catcher at Salisbury University 2011-2015.

Austin was the starting catcher at Salisbury University his last three years from 2012-2015. In that period the team was ranked number 1 in the nation two separate times, won two conference championships, played in 3 straight regional championships and won two (2014, 2015), and made two straight appearances in the College World Series (2014, 2015).  In his last season with Salisbury University he would go on to earn 2nd team All-CAC honors with a .390 BA.  Austin played multiple seasons with the Southern Maryland Nationals in the competitive Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League based in Southern Maryland.  Before leaving he was an assistant coach at Salisbury University in 2016 serving primarily as the catching coach.  He has worked as a catching coach with many local players and camps over the years, serving as a catching coach at the Southern Maryland Baseball Camp (2012-2015), Extreme Baseball 24/7, and the Doug Creek baseball camp.  He enjoyed playing in the Charles-St Mary’s men’s league (2017-2018) and is one of two winners of the Triple Crown in CHASM history (2018) before focusing primarily on instruction.  He is excited to bring his passion for the game and expertise back to Southern Maryland and the local community.



Khourtni Hester


Comes with a high knowledge in the game of softball. Played 4 years Varsity softball at McDonough High School from 2004-2007. Was an all-SMAC, all-Conference, and all-MET standout in softball, as well as indoor track and soccer. Also, played travel ball locally on the Southern Maryland Legacy and Southern Maryland Shockers.

From McDonough, she received a scholarship to play collegiate softball at Catawba College, an NCAA Division II school located in Salisbury, North Carolina. She majored in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration. During her college years at Catawba, Khourtni solidified herself as an outfielder and designated hitter. She currently holds 7 different records in the hitting category at Catawba.

Khourtni has played more than 18 years in the world of fastpitch softball and is currently playing slowpitch. You can see her at the ball fields all over the tri-county area during the week and on weekends, she travels around the country playing slowpitch for both her women's and co-ed teams.

She is currently living in Waldorf with her dog, Dodger. She also coaches indoor track and softball at St. Charles High School.

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