Head Soph Coach- Brandan Morrone
 Sophomore Assistant Coach- Doug Chesna
Coach Chesna graduated from LTHS in 2000. As a baseball player he played for coaches Jim Hall, Butch Markelz and Ken Dobson.

After high school he went to the University of Iowa where he received his BA in History in 2005. Doug started coaching in 2008 during his student teaching at Morgan Park High School. He graduated from Chicago State University in 2008 with his teaching certificate and masters in education.

Doug is currently a teacher in the Special Education Department.    This is Doug’s 3rd year as a sophomore assistant, after three years at the freshman level.  Doug is excited to work with the newest generations of LTHS ball player.
 Sophomore Assistant Coach- Pat Flynn
Coach Morrone graduated from LTHS in 2010. Since he is a recent graduate, as a baseball player, he played under many of the coaches who are still on our staff today.  Right now, Brandan is a treacher in the Special Education department .

This will be Coach Morrone's 7th year coaching and 1st as head sophomore coach.  He loves the challenge of working to improve all aspects of the game with his players and preparing them for their futures as varsity baseball players. He is looking forward to grooming the future of Lockport baseball that will hopefully bring home another state title with his fellow freshmen coaches.
Pat was a two-time all-state outfielder at Providence Catholic High School.  He  was drafted by the Chicago Cubs and later went on to earn his degree and continue his playing career at the University of Dayton. 

This will be Coach Flynn's 2nd season as a Porter coach having been a part of the frosh staff last season.  He will be the sophomore hitting coach.  He is part of the Special Education staff at the Central campus.

In addition to baseball, Coach Flynn prides himself as a "connoisseur" of coffee and entertains his fellow coaches with his vast knowledge about various varieties of coffee and the parts of the world from which they are imported.  He educates them about "undertones" and "aromas" of the java bean.