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Tony Nieto was born and raised in Southern California, he played his high school ball at Schurr High School, in Montebello California, where he was named to the All-Foothill League team and All-Area team his senior year. He then played four years at the University of Southern California and was named team captain his senior year at USC. In his four year career at USC Nieto started at every position on the field except 2nd Base and Centerfield, until he settled in as a pitcher his senior year. In 1994, he was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds. He played 2 seasons in the Reds organization and one in the Baltimore Orioles organization. Nieto has also coached at the college level with Loyola Marymount University (2000 & 2001). At Loyola Marymount, he helped guide the Lions in the 2000 season to a 3rd consecutive West Coast Conference championship. The Lions finished the regular season ranked 10th in the nation, eventually losing in the western regional semi-final to host Cal St. Fullerton.
Nieto has had the honor of having five of his former players play in the major leagues: Anthony Reyes (Pitcher), Cal High Alumni 1999; Bill Traber (Pitcher), LMU Alumni 2000, played with the New York Yankees in 2008; Josh Whitesell (Pitcher/1B), LMU Alumni 2002 played with the Arizona D-Backs and the Washington Nationals in 2009; C.J. Wilson (Pitcher), LMU Alumni 2001, and Joc Pederson (Outfielder), Waiama Waves 2010, currently playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Nieto also coached for five summers in the Hawaii Collegiate Baseball League, during that span his teams reached the championship game twice. In 2009, his Waiama Waves team set the league record for the most wins in league history with a 28-12 mark.
Coach Nieto was the head coach at California High School, in Whittier California for 16 years. During his time at California HS, he finished with the most career wins as baseball coach in school history with 265. His teams won 7 league championships and made 13 trips to the CIF playoffs. In 2007 & 2008 the Condors reached the Quarter Finals in consecutive seasons and in 2014 & 2015 they reached the Semi-Finals in consecutive seasons. In 2009 (Nieto's first league championship team), the Condors swept the Del Rio League championship at all levels (Varsity, JV and Frosh). This feat was also repeated in 2015 as the Condors once again swept the Del Rio League Championship at all levels (Varsity, JV & Frosh). In 2015, the Condors entered the CIF playoffs as the #1 ranked team in their division (a first in school and Del Rio league history). In 2016, the Condors won a 5th consecutive Del Rio League Championship. In 2012 & 2015 Nieto was named the Daily News Coach of the Year. Coach Nieto’s tenure at Cal High he coached 15 All-CIF players, 5 Player of the Years, 11 Pitcher of the Years, 2 Defensive Players of the Year, an Offensive Player of the Year, and has also saw 50 of his former players go on to play at the college level.
The last two seasons (2019 & 2020), Coach Nieto was the pitching coach at Capistrano Valley HS and worked under new head coach Adam Sorgi. In Nieto’s first season at Capo Valley he helped guided the team to a South Coast League Championship. His pitching staff had a season ERA of 1.70. During his time at Capo Valley, Coach Nieto had 4 of his pitchers earn scholarships and a total of 7 pitchers continued on to play at the college level.
Coach Nieto graduated from USC in 1995 with his BA in Communications and also has a Masters and teaching credential in Special Education.
Varsity Assistant Coach
Jim “Campy” Campanis joins the baseball program for his first year here at Tesoro. He comes from a family line of major league players. His Grandpa Al played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and was Jackie Robinson’s roommate in the minors. He later was a Dodgers scout and signed Roberto Clemente and Sandy Koufax. In 1968, he was named General Manager for the Dodgers, won several National League Titles and the 1981 World Series over his 20-year tenure. His Dad, Jim Sr., played for the Dodgers, Royals, and Pirates over his 15-year career.
Coach Campy went to Valencia High School in Placentia. He made Varsity as a Freshman and through graduation, went on to make All-Orange League four times, All-County twice, All West-Regional, and was selected to play on Team USA. He was recruited by a number of colleges for football and baseball and signed to his first choice of schools, the University of Southern California.
At USC, Campy moved from the infield to catcher. He honed his leadership skills and became a team Captain. As a Sophomore and Junior, Campy led USC in Home Runs and RBI’s. His 92 RBI’s in 1988 are still the most in USC Baseball history. He hit .392 and his 23 home runs are second only to Mark McGwire. In 1988, he earned First Team All-Pac-10, Runner-Up Pac-10 MVP, USC MVP, and First Team All-American Catcher. He was selected again to be on Team USA.
In June of 1988, Campy was the #71 pick in the draft as a third-round selection of the Seattle Mariners. His first pro baseball team included Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. Over the next four years, he was awarded All-California League Catcher, Team MVP in the Carolina League, the starting Catcher in the first-ever All-AA All-Star Game, All-Southern League Catcher, and was added to the Mariners Major League Roster in 1992.
Coach Campy wrote a book about his family’s three generations of pro baseball players called “Born Into Baseball”. He currently has hitters and catchers in every level of the game from High School to the Pros.
Campy has been married to his wife Lisa for nearly 30 years and have two adult sons, Alex and Tommy. They reside in Phillips Ranch, CA.
Varsity Assistant Coach
Connor returns to his alma mater to coach the Varsity team. Spencer played for the Titans from 2008-2011, helping the Varsity squad to two CIF playoff appearances. In his time at Tesoro, Spencer was named to 1st team All-South Coast league in back to back years, and was featured in the Orange County All-Star game in 2011. His name is riddled throughout the Tesoro Titan record books and his .538 single season batting average, as well as his 49 hits in a single season are still top marks in the program's history. Spencer then moved on to UC Irvine where he continued to break records. In 2013, Spencer won a Big West batting title hitting .372 for the Anteaters and was named to 2nd team All-Big West. He then was named to 1st team All-Big West in 2014 and was the most valuable player in the Corvallis regional which helped the Anteaters defeat No. 1 seed in the country Oregon state on their way to the 2014 College World Series. In his three years at UC Irvine (2012-2014), Spencer held the highest cumulative batting average in all of division I NCAA baseball, and he was selected in the eighth round by the New York Yankees in the 2014 MLB draft.
As a Yankee, Spencer won another batting title in his first year as a pro hitting .364 for the Staten Island Yankees. He became the first Yankees farm hand in the history of the organization to win a minor league batting title, and he was named the MiLB player of the month in August of 2014, as well as being named a Penn League All-Star. He was then named a South Atlantic League All-Star in his second year as a professional, hitting .290 while fighting through a hamate injury which eventually ended his season. Spencer stepped away from professional baseball after four seasons with the Yankees and went back to complete his degree in anthropology and education at UC Irvine.
In early 2019, he became a national scouting coordinator for Perfect Game and helped grow Perfect Game events on the West Coast with the opening of the Irvine Great Park. Spencer traveled coast to coast scouting the nation's top high school and college talent as well as helping organize numerous PG events, however, his true passion is on the field coaching, and he continually coached travel baseball on the side during his playing and post-playing career. Coach Spencer is now back with the Titans and looking to help grow the program like never before.
Junior Varsity Head Coach
Connor returns to the Titans for his second season coaching in the program. This season he will be the JV Head Coach. Connor graduated from Tesoro in 2019 and was a Varsity Baseball starter for three years, making CIF twice and was a part of the last league championship team in 2018. He has had had the privilege of working with a few colleges coaches, specifically at Saddleback College, and a few former professionals as well.
Connor is currently working towards a degree in Business Management. Last season he was the assistant JV coach and is looking forward to take the reins of his own team this season. This is his sixth total year in the program, so he understands what it takes to be a great team in South Orange County.
Freshman Head Coach
Moy joins the Titans for his first year in the program. He was born and raised in Southern California. He attended La Mirada High School where he was a 2-sport athlete. After graduation he joined the United States Navy where he served 6 ½ years in the elite US Submarine Force. He was Honorably Discharged then attended Cerritos College where he played catcher and was named team captain of the Baseball team. He then transferred to USC where he played baseball for 2 years.
After playing he coached baseball at La Mirada and St Mary’s High School. He has volunteered and coached baseball in the local youth leagues for many years. Coach Moy has twin boys that played and graduated from Tesoro, so he has been connected to Tesoro High School for many years.
Coach Moy graduated from USC in 1993 with a BS in Business Administration.
Freshman Assistant Coach
Bryan returns to his alma mater as the pitching coach of the freshmen team. He graduated from Tesoro in 2005. In 2004, Coach Evans helped the Titans advance to the CIF Championship game at Dodger Stadium, losing a heartbreaker in the championship game. In his senior season, Evans lead the team to a league championship and was named All-League. On the mound he lead the team with innings pitched, wins, and strikeouts. He earned a scholarship to play college baseball at UC Davis. Evans is still the all-time leader in wins and innings pitched here at Tesoro.
In 2008, Evans was drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 14th round. He played professionally for twelve years with the Marlins, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners, and independently in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Coach Evans would like to share his expertise and experiences with the younger generation and provide them with the skills and knowledge to succeed in life and baseball.