Joe Lis Jr.

Joe played four years at Castle High School. He then played four years at the University of South Florida. At that time, Joe broke a lot of hitting records for the university. He was drafted by the Toronto Bluejays. He played five years with them in the minor leagues and two in AAA in Syracuse, New York. Joe was then traded to the Cleveland Indians where he played a year in their AAA organization in Buffalo, New York. After that, Joe quit and started helping his father, Joe Lis Sr.. After his passing, Joe took over and has been running it ever since. He has coached American Legion Ball, a travel baseball team for the past 10 to 12 years. Joe is also coaching his daughters’ softball teams while they’re growing up.

Becky Lis

Becky played varsity softball at Castle High School for four years. She received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Southern Illinois, where she played for four years. She made the All-Sports Hall of Fame at the University of Southern Illinois. Becky still holds sports records at the University. She has a couple of NCAA records as well. She currently helps coach as a volunteer assistant at Castle High School. She also coaches travel softball.

Taylor Dennis

Taylor pitched at the University of Southern Indiana for two years. In his two years playing for USI, he won two games at the World Series. Taylor was named the MVP of the World Series game. He was then drafted by the Texas Rangers, where he played in the minor leagues for four years. At the end of his time with the Texas Rangers, he played for one year with the Evansville Otters.

Jim Lis

Jim played at Rend Lake Junior College for two years. He then continued on to play two years at Murray State University, where he was a catcher. He had a great college career. Jim helped out coaching baseball at Castle High School for four years.

Dan “Woody” Woods

Woody is a Reitz High School graduate. He played on Reitz’s baseball team for three years. He is an ex-student of the Joe Lis Baseball School, who pitched in college. He helps train with pitching.