As part of the non-profit Cy-Hope, Dierker’s Champs is committed to making life better for kids in Cy-Fair. Under the direction of former Houston sAtros All-Star pitcher and manager, Larry Dierker, our mission is to transform the lives of kids by providing the best baseball instruction possible in a positive and encouraging environment. Dierker’s Champs teams provide a fun environment for kids to grow in character, discipline and sportsmanship. Ultimately, we believe that the lessons learned in competition should help our kids grow and achieve success in life.

Dierker’s Champs is excited to announce a growing partnership with Spring Spirit Baseball.

We expanded to six teams this year – with three teams from Holbrook Elementary and three teams from Francone Elementary! We will help approximately 90 kids play that may have otherwise not had the chance to participate in organized sports.

At Dierker’s Champs, we don’t run a league. we recruit coaches who share our values and want to use the game of baseball to make kids lives better in Cy-Fair.

Due to CFSA’s elimination of the Friendship Division, we are now focusing on our growing partnership with several area Elementary Schools. This will provide an opportunity for kids who may not otherwise have an opportunity to play organized sports. Our players are coached in a manner that will have a positive impact on their lives.

We will continue to invite existing teams to affiliate with us. If you are currently a coach of a youth baseball team and interested in affiliating with us, please email for more information. You will have the benefit of working with Larry Dierker and a great group of experienced coaches.


Courtney A Suddath, M.A., LSSP, LPC Clinical Director

Licensed Professional Counselor Courtney holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University and a Master’s degree in Psychology from Houston Baptist University. She has been working with children, teens, adults and families for over 12 years. Courtney has experience in working with children who have special needs, and their families as well as helping parents navigate the school system in the best interest of their children and teens. Her focus is to guide individuals and families to change patterns and routines, discover positive and productive communication techniques, and strengthen relationships therefore increasing success at home, at school, and in their community. Her work with parents is purposed to empower their family by learning effective communication techniques, creating appropriate boundaries within the framework of their family, as well as gaining tools to help them in parenting their children. My ultimate goal in counseling is to give children and families hope and tools to work towards healing what has been negatively affected by the circumstances of life.