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Baseball Coaches

Head Coach

Rodney Delong

I played baseball for Mac from 1981-1983. Signed with El Reno JC my Freshman year, then signed with Cameron afterwards but did not play. I began working and supporting my family at Goodyear for the past 26 years. I have been coaching baseball and softball for 30 years and have been a competitive travel ball coach for the past 18 years as well as a professional hitting instructor. I have been married to my wife Penny for 27 years. We have 6 children and 7 grandchildren. My son played four years of college baseball and is a college coach at North Texas. My daughter has played four years of college softball and won two State Championships while playing softball for Mac. I obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business, and an MBA from Western Governors University.  Email




Assistant Coaches

Jarred Lowmiller

Coach Lowmiller played at Westmore High School. He also played 2 years at Oklahoma Babtist University and graduated from Oklahoma State University. He was an assistant coach at Hennessey High School in 2013/2014 and a State Semifinalist. He then became an assistant coach at Chickasha High School 2014/2015 and State Semifinalist. Head Coach at Cement High School 2015/2016 for baseball and girls basketball while tripling wins for each sport. He has a wife Tracie and a 2 year old son, Jace.

Tj Turner

My name is TJ Turner. I have been playing baseball all of my life! I played baseball for MacArthur High School all four years and started as a freshman. I was blessed to receive All-State as a baseball player for my senior year in 2012. I just recently finished up four years of college baseball at USAO in Chickasha Oklahoma! My senior year of college, we went to the World Series in Lewiston, idaho! Upon completion of my college career, I signed an independent contract with the Garden City Wind of the Pesco League to play baseball professionally. I am blessed and excited to be coach with the Highlanders this season!


Tony Batchelor

He graduated from Mount Healthy High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He played four years of high school baseball and after graduation, went into the United States Army where he also played baseball. When he got out of the military, he came to Lawton Oklahoma and started coaching baseball in 2007 to the present.