JD Salles introduced as Clovis High head baseball coach

JD Salles has been named new head coach for the Clovis High School baseball team. (Courtesy of Gabe Camarillo)

JD Salles has officially been introduced as the head baseball coach for Clovis High following a successful stint at San Joaquin Memorial High School.

While coaching at San Joaquin Memorial, the Panthers won three CMAC Championships and two Division 2 section Championships. He was inducted into the Clovis West Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020.

Salles attended Clovis West where he played shortstop and pitcher.

He was a three-year letter winner at Clovis West.

As a junior he went 13-0 with a 0.80 ERA was named co-team MVP, Valley Player of the Year, all-state, and all-city in 2008.

In his senior year, he went 8-3 with a 2.25 ERA, was named All-Valley and team MVP in 2009, batted .420 with four home runs as a junior and .325 with three home runs during senior year.

Upon graduating in 2009, he went on to play baseball for Fresno State.