CCS Athletics Faculty
Cornerstone Christian Schools offers collegiate-level, state-of-the-art athletics and training facilities along with our world class coaching staff.
Our coaches are driven to develop and disciple the God-given potential of each student athlete training them with a Kingdom perspective that will impact future generations for Christ through their athletic abilities! Read about each one below!
Coach Bachman comes to us from Shreveport, Louisiana where he coached state and national powers, Evangel Christian Academy and Calvary Baptist Academy. He served as Secondary Coach, Co-Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Coordinator, and Assistant Head Coach. In 2018, he acted as our Defensive Coordinator for the CCS Warriors.
In his 17-year career, Bachman has won 10 state championships and one national championship. He has helped over 50 young men earn college football scholarships. For 10 consecutive years, an athlete he has coached has earned a college scholarship in the Power 5 Conference. Six of his players have gone on to the NFL.
Lorie Coleman is stepping into the Varsity Head Softball Coach role after nine years as head softball coach at Biola University in La Mirada, California. Softball, ministry, and leadership development are just a few of Coleman's passions.
She began coaching at Biola University in 2009 after spending ten years in the travel ball network with the Corona Angels. During her tenure, she led the Eagles to a 232-207-3 overall record and two National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national tournament appearances. Coleman also has international coaching and competitive play experience.
When not working, Coleman loves teaching Bible studies and reading. In 2017, she began another ministry, Church on the Dirt, with current Team USA members – a Christian organization that strives to bridge the gap between faith and athletics.
Morgan Hooten served as lead assistant to Head Coach Lorie Coleman at Biola University. She also acted as the recruiting coordinator, camp director, and administrative lead to the Division II softball program. Prior to her time as an assistant coach, Hooten spent four years as a catcher in the Biola Eagles Program where she started 135 games in that position.
During her time at Biola University, Hooten gained experience coaching at the international level. She has traveled overseas to coach both high school and collegiate All-American teams.
During her free time, Hooten is a group leader in a women’s Bible study and is also active in the ministry, Church on the Dirt.
Jason Stein has been a coach, scout, and baseball player for over 25 years, with 17 of those years at the professional level. He most recently served as the Hitting and Infield Coach for Scottsdale Community College in Arizona before coming to Cornerstone Christian Schools (CCS).
Stein spent eleven years at the Major League level as an Assistant Hitting Coach. He is also a graduate of the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau. After playing shortstop at Rockledge High School in Florida, Stein went on to play second base at Richland College in Dallas, Texas where he won back-to-back Junior College World Series championships.
Coach Mike Carter began his career at Randolph High School from 1990-95 and then coached at Holmes High School from 1995-99 where he guided the volleyball program to a Top 10 Texas ranking.
He launched the Reagan Rattler volleyball program in 1999 and earned a berth in postseason play every season. He has frequently coached teams at the National and Open levels of competition, served as the Regional Director for the Texas Girls Coaching Association, and was chosen as a coach for the State All-Star game in 1998, 2007, 2016, and 2017.
Coach Carter served four years in the United States Air Force, earned his bachelor’s degree from Southwest Texas State University, and his Master’s at Texas A & M, Kingsville.
Therese Bass joined the CCS staff in the spring of 2011 at the helm of the Cornerstone Warrior Golf Program. Under Coach Bass’ leadership, the Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ golf teams have earned numerous team and individual honors. Both teams have qualified for regional and state competitions, individually and as a team. Coach Bass also heads up the CCS Middle School Golf Program.
Seventy individual medalists boast honors in the Independent Schools Athletic League (ISAL) Conference in the years of competition under Coach Bass, including a first-place finish at the ISAL Par Girls’ Team Championship in 2017-2018.
Coach Bass graduated from Texas State University in May of 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education.
Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, Asaf Cuellar first developed a passion for playing soccer at the age of four. He played soccer through high school and at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM) with Monterrey’s Tec. Under their great teaching and leadership, he developed his academic and athletic skill and experience.
For the last eight years, he has coached in different clubs and leagues in the San Antonio area. In addition to other certifications, he is currently pursuing a “D” license under the U.S. Soccer Federation which is highly recommended for competitive coaches of players who are 14 and older.
After many practice sessions, games, and tournaments, Coach Cuellar firmly believes that soccer can shape and mold skills in sportsmanship, character, teamwork, respect for authority, and a childlike honesty that can last a lifetime. He looks forward to adding a spiritual dimension where athletes develop a relationship with God and with the beautiful sport of soccer.
Coach Wagner comes to us born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, and will join the CCS family as the Head Girls Cross Country and Track coach. After completing an undergraduate degree at Clemson University and a Master’s degree at Georgetown University, she went on to obtain her Doctorate Degree in Sports Communication at the University of Alabama where she focused on gender portrayals of athletes in the media.
In 2002, Coach Wagner began running marathons and has completed 52 marathons since then. She emerged as an elite marathon runner in 2014 when she won the Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon. She then went on to qualify for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials by running a personal best of 2:41:05 at the 2014 Chicago Marathon, finishing in the top 20 women. She previously worked as a program manager for Girls on The Run teaching young girls the importance of self-confidence and physical fitness and has also been a private running coach for all distances. Coach Andrea is incredibly excited to bring her knowledge and experience to Cornerstone Christian School, and help continue the winning legacy of Warrior runners.
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Janio Cabezas, who has more than 30 years of soccer experience, begins his new challenge as the Head Girls Varsity Soccer Coach here at Cornerstone Christian Schools (CCS). Cabezas earned his bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Human Relations at the center of Barcelona, Spain in 1988.
Cabezas played professional soccer for more than 15 years in South America. He began his coaching career in Manizales, Colombia, as the head coach of the Corp Deportiva Once Caldas in 1989. Cabezas also coached the Athletic Buenaventura team in 1993, followed by a two-year stint at Corp Deportiva America Third Division. In 1997, he coached a semi-professional team (Puma) in San Antonio.
Cabezas then transitioned into youth coaching for one season, beginning with the Chivas School of Soccer, followed by a short stay with the Strikers Soccer Club (1999-2003).
He coached at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) as an assistant soccer coach for almost six years, helping to lead them to the 2010 championship of the NCAA Southland Conference Soccer Tournament. He also has coached the CCS Middle School team, leading them to two championships.
Lance Kopper began his journey at Cornerstone Church fifteen years ago. He has built an interesting and varied resume including work as a custodian, an Information Technology specialist, a youth pastor, and a member of the Pastoral Care Department. He has spoken in the prison and jail systems and has seen the hand of God move in the lives of those who felt undeserving. He has overseen many connect groups at Cornerstone Church and has served as Pastor of the Singles Ministry for the past five years. For two years, he has coached Cross-Country and Track for the middle/high schools. He recently joined CCS as a full-time teacher. He earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He is a father to two amazing children and is truly honored and blessed to be part of a great organization.
Born and raised in Louisiana, Bri has always participated in competitive sports including cheerleading, softball, and basketball. Bri received a cheerleading scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe and Louisiana Tech University. She was a collegiate cheerleader at both universities and obtained a bachelor’s degree in General Studies with a minor in Psychology from Louisiana Tech University. She has enjoyed the privilege of traveling as a choreographer, owning a cheerleading facility, and working as an instructor for the Universal Cheerleaders Association. With 17 years of coaching experience, she enjoys nothing greater than seeing athletes reach their goals through the sport of cheer and dance. Bri’Anne is happy and honored that she “GETS TO” coach these young athletes and be a small instrumental part of their lives. Bri’Anne believes that everyone needs someone on the sidelines cheering and rooting them on in life. Ultimately, that is Jesus. The goal of the Spirit Group Program is to use cheer and dance to navigate and to encourage people towards the Lord in all areas of life. She cannot wait to see how the Spirit Group Program grows this year! #SWAG Bri’Anne is married to Will, with three children, Chief (5), Lola Jolie (4), and Tennyson (1).
Coach Wesley Moore graduated from Keller High School where he participated in Varsity Football, Wrestling, and Track. He was recruited and signed to play football for Texas A&M-Kingsville. He later graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from Tarleton State University. Since then, Coach Moore has coached wrestling at Cowboy Capital MMA, the Stephenville Wrestling Club, Rodrigo Pinheiro Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, and Churchill High School. He has worked as a lead guide at Wilderness Expeditions in Salida, Colorado, Wilderness Trek Ministries in Midland, Texas, and Lake Cisco Christian Camp in Cisco, Texas. Most recently, Coach Moore has been teaching Health and P.E. at Eisenhower Middle School in San Antonio. He is married to his beautiful wife, Monica Moore.
We invite all students to participate in our interscholastic sports programs. Sports are an excellent way to grow emotionally and spiritually as an individual.
The CCS Athletic Department believes that a student athlete’s pursuits on the field should rival those off the field. A Cornerstone Warrior pursues personal and spiritual growth through their academic work and team experiences. Warriors develop a sense of ethical responsibility as ambassadors and leaders for our school. Our athletic department values good sportsmanship in an outstanding athletics program. We expect all participants of Cornerstone Christian School Athletics to be responsible athletes. The Athletic Department prioritizes every student’s academic success.
TO OUR CURRENT WARRIORS:
When you are a member of the CCS Warrior Family, the CCS Athletic Department holds expectations similar to those of our family. Act responsibly as you represent our school. Remember that you are an ambassador for all students who attend Cornerstone Christian Schools. How you act and react to situations not only reflects on you, but is also a reflection of your parents, peers, coaches, Cornerstone Christian Schools, and Cornerstone Church. As a student-athlete, you carry academic responsibilities in addition to your athletic role. Study, participate in class, practice hard, be a positive example for your classmates, and do your best to excel in all ways. Take pride in the opportunity to represent the CCS Warriors in a first-class manner.
Please remember that the coaches and administrators are here for you. Our goal is to help you succeed in athletics and in life preparing you for whatever God has in store. Once you graduate, we hope you remain involved with the school as a member of the Cornerstone Christian Schools Warrior Family!
|Athletic Director||Will Stansell||1851||William.Stansell@sa-ccs.org|
|Athletic Director Asst. / Softball Varsity Head Coach||Lorie Colemanemail@example.com|
|Assistant to the Athletic Director and Asst. Varsity Softball||Morgan Hootenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Head Middle School Softball||N/A|
|Football Varsity Head||John Bachmanemail@example.com|
|Volleyball Varsity Head||Mike Carterfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Soccer Boys Varsity Head||Asaf Cuellaremail@example.com|
|Soccer Girls Varsity Head||Janio Cabezas|
|Basketball Boys Varsity Head||Randy Schuster|
|Basketball Boys Varsity Asst.||Randy Clark|
|Basketball Girls Varsity Head||Terry Barton|
|Baseball Varsity Head||Jason Steinfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Baseball Varsity Asst.||Luis Villarrealemail@example.com|
|Cheer Varsity/MS Head||Bri'Anne Stansellfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Head Varsity and Middle School Golf||Therese Bassemail@example.com|
|Head Tennis Coach||Marc Hartline|
|Head Cross Country and Boys Track & Field Coach||Lance Kopper|
|Athletic Trainer||Alyssa Guerrafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Athletic Trainer||Amanda Floresemail@example.com|
|Strength & Conditioning Trainer||Charles Dudleyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Head Girls Track Coach & Assistant Cross Country Coach||Andrea Wagner|
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