Coach Mongero is entering his 8th season at the helm of the North Hall Trojan Baseball program. Over the past five seasons, the baseball program has set team and individual school records in most categories…which include 9 school records in 2009…13 more records during the 2011…and over 25 records shattered during the 2013 season. The 2013 Trojans were 7AAA Region Champions and State Finalists compiling a 32-6 record. In addition, Coach Mongero reached the 300 victory milestone vs Fanon County in the first region game of the 2013 season. At seasons end, Coach Mongero was recognized as Region 7AAA Coach of the Year and Co-Coach of the Year for the state of Georgia for Triple A.
Coach Mongero began his coaching career as an assistant in 1992 at Laney High School in Wilmington, NC (1992 – 03). In 1995 became the Head Coach at Laney and won their first Conference Championship and defeated the number one ranked HS team in the country. In the fall of 2003, he became the Head Baseball Coach at Perennial State Power, Richmond Senior High School, in Rockingham, NC. In the fall of 2006, Trent became the Head Baseball Coach at North Hall High School. He is also a current Associate Scout for the Boston Red Sox. He has coached over 90 players who have furthered their playing careers at the collegiate level and 14 at the professional level. Trent has been married to his wife Sonya for 18 years. Sonya teaches language arts at NHMS and she is on the steering committee for Gainesville/Hall County’s FCA Behind the Bench Coaches’ Wives’ Ministry. They have two children, Maris and Taber, who are in the 9th grade.
Coach Mongero began his college baseball career at South Florida Junior College, where his team played in the Florida Junior College Championship in 1987. He then played at The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, (Wilmington, N.C.) His 1989 UNCW Seahawks still hold the best single season winning percentage in CAAhistory. That same year Trent was voted CAA (Colonial Athletic Association) Conference Player of the Year. He is a current member of the UNC-W All-Decade Team 1985 – 1995. Upon graduation, Trent played in the Atlanta Braves Organization.
A few of Coach Mongero’s Playing Honors
1986 Played at Florida Southern College: Defending Division II National Champions
1987 Co-Captain: South Florida Junior College
1987 Played for the Florida Junior College Championship
1987 Mr. Hustle Award: South Florida Junior College
1988 Stan Musial N.C. Champions – College Summer League
1989 Colonial Athletic Association Conference “CAA”: Regular Season Champions - UNCW
1989 Stolen Base Crown: CAA-Colonial Athletic Association
1989 All-Conference shortstop: UNC-Wilmington
1989 Ranked top 10 in the country: College Baseball “Hardest to Strike Out”
1989 Conference "Player of the Year" - CAA(Colonial Athletic Association)
1989 Valley League Champions: New Market Rebels
1990 Signed with the Atlanta Braves
A few of Coach Mongero’s Coaching Honors include:
Coached 90+ players that play(ed) college baseball and 12 players that play(ed) professionally
1995 Defeat USA Today’s #1 nationally ranked H.S. baseball team
1995 Laney High School: State Playoffs
1995 Region 2 Coach of the year
1996 Pre-season #1 team in the state by Baseball America
1997 Easter Tournament Champions
1998 Easter Tournament Champions
1999 Gold Medal - The State Games of North Carolina
1999 Easter Tournament Champions
2000 (10) run rule #1 high school team in the state
2001 Defeat #1 high school team in the state
2001 Co-Head Coach Post 10: N.C. American Legion State Championship Tournament
2002 Defeat three separate #1 high school teams in the state
2002 Plays for the Eastern Finals and birth to State Championship
2002 Won the 18U AAU North Carolina State Championship
2002 Coached NC East Seniors to victory in the State Games of North Carolina 20” in North Carolina
2003 Laney High School: State Playoffs
2003 Laney's Baseball Filed Ranked in "Top Ranked #3 in North Carolina"
2004 Richmond Senior High School: Playoffs
2004 Coached North Carolina vs. South Carolina Baseball Challenge
2005 Richmond Senior High School: State Playoffs
2006 Richmond Senior High School: State Playoffs
2007 North Hall: tied best season finish in school history and plays in 3A State Playoffs
2008 – International Championship: Purpose Driven Baseball
2009 – International Championship: Purpose Driven Baseball
2010 North Hall sets 6 school records
2011 North Hall sets 13 school records. Has best season in school history (53 years) and 3A State Playoffs
2011 Region 7AAA Coach of the Year
2012 Region 7AAA Sub-Region Champions and 3A State Playoffs
2013 Region 7AAA Champions
2013 State Finalists
2013 Set 25+ School Records
2013 Georgia AAA Field of the Year
2013 Reached 300 Victory Mark
2013 7AAA Coach of the Year
2013 Georgia 3A Co-Coach of the Year
* Coached 90+ Players that have gone on to play college baseball.
* Coached 14 players that have signed to play Professionally.
PITCHING COACH: TREVOR FLOW
Born in Rome, Georgia. Son – Roman Gabriel Flow
Attended Armuchee High School, Rome, Georgia
Attended Manatee Community College & Toccoa Fall College: Bachelor’s degree in Broad Field History & Physical Education with a minor in Religion.
Junior College All-Star Game 2 years
College Basketball All-American 2 Years and All Region 3 years.
During his last game in college Coach Flow scored 40 points in his farewell and averaged over 20 points for the season while finishing in the top 5 in steals and assists in the nation.
Coach Flow began coaching at Stephens County High School in Toccoa, Ga in 2006. While in Toccoa as an assistant coach and head coach during the 2011-2012 seasons, Coach Flow was a part of an overall 108-57 record while winning 2 regions championships and being a part of the state championship runners up in 2008. While at Stephens County, Coach Flow coached the number 15 overall pick in the draft, Ethan Martin, now pitcher for the Phillies. Also, he had a part incoaching numerous all regions players as well as several players to receive Division I scholarships.
In Coach Flows first year as pitching coach at North Hall he inherited a talented staff that combined for 16 shut outs in 38 games, 6 of which were in the playoffs. In 28 of those 38 games, his pitching staff allowed 2 or fewer runs and combined for an ERA of less than 1.80 for the entire season. Three of his pitchers are now pitching at the next level. During the summer, Coach Flow coaches Chain baseball and camps around the southeast. While coaching summer baseball, Coach Flow has been blessed to coach and coach against some of the best players throughout Georgia and the nation.