Meet Our Coaches

 “I believe that no one play or player
can win or lose a game for us.”
                                            ~ Head Coach, Bob Sauders

The Mountville Indians team, a 12U community baseball team from Mountville, PA, has been under the leadership of head coach Bob Sauders since 1988. Coach Jerry Bradley served as assistant coach for 14 years.

Each year, at least two parents assist Sauders with coaching the team.

Coach Sauders reached the 500-wins mark [for the Indians] in the 2007 season and the 1,000 [Indians] -games-coached milestone during the 2012 season, which marked his 25th consecutive year of coaching the Indians.

In 2015, Coach Sauders was honored by the team for achieving 800 career wins. In 2018 he was recognized for reaching the 900 career wins mark. In 2021, Sauders attained 1,000 career wins with the Indians .

In 2018, the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame named Sauders as “Volunteer of the Year.”

Assistant Coaches, 2021

Derrick Hulock has been a coach within the Mountville (MYAA) organization for six years, enjoying many winning and successful seasons as a coach.

Derrick’s previous coaching experience includes: coaching the Junior varsity team at Greencastle-Antrim High School; head coach for Mountville’s 10u section 1 team (Cubs). His last season as the Cub’s coach  was an undefeated season (27-0); assistant coach for the Mountville Indians (2020).

Jason Charles  is ’95 Hempfield (HHS) grad. Jason was the starting catcher for HHS. He also played for WVU, Potomac St., which won the College World Series (JUCO D-1). He is self-employed as a farmer and is involved in other Ag-related businesses. Jason enjoys coaching baseball and spending time in Potter Co. 

John Wieckowski was a 4-year varsity baseball starter throughout high school. He was a two-time All-State selection and four-time All-Regional team selection. John continued his career through the collegiate ranks, competing at the Division 1 and Division 2 levels. 

John has been coaching since his playing days ended. Most recently he has served as a two-year assistant coach with the Mountville Cubs (10u section 1). John has also served as an assistant as well as a head coach with the Keystone State Bombers organization.