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Respected, knowledgeable, and trusted Grays Harbor community members were chosen when selecting the Multi-Sport 360 Board of Directors. These members will successfully carry out the duties, tasks, and responsibilities necessary to maintain the operational goals of Multi-Sport 360 while ensuring a successful and sustainable business model.

Layne Bruner

Layne Bruner is a Financial Advisor at Harbor Investment Advisors. Prior to joining HIA, Layne graduated from Washington State University, played collegiate baseball, and two years of professional baseball with the Baltimore Orioles. He recently accepted the position of Aberdeen High School Head Baseball coach and enjoys hunting, fishing, and golfing. He and his wife McKenna have two Labrador Retrievers who are extremely spoiled, but he wouldn’t have it any other way. Helping people in his community has always been a priority in his professional career and he is excited to expand that priority to MultiSport 360 and the Grays Harbor community.

Michael Bruner

Michael Bruner is the Fairgrounds and Tourism Manager for Grays Harbor County, a position he has held since 2009. A lifelong Grays Harbor native, he has over 45 years of baseball experience as a player and a coach. Most recently Michael spent 5 years as head coach of the Grays Harbor College Baseball program, leading the team to their highest full season winning percentage in over a decade. Prior to this he had a nine year run as the Head Baseball Coach for Montesano High School. He has a degree in Parks, Recreation and Leisure Management with support courses in Sport Psychology. He has been married to his wife Alysha for 20 years, has four children; Brayton, Layne, Merryn, and Mylan, and one grandson; Shayde. Michael recognizes the need of a year round indoor facility and is excited to develop and operate MultiSport 360 as well as the programs it will house to benefit the youth of Grays Harbor.

Moraya Wilson

Moraya Wilson is an owner of KD&S Environmental in Montesano, WA. Prior to joining the KD&S team, Moraya was VP of Livingston Boats, a flight attendant, and graduated from Whitworth College with a degree in International Business with Marketing, Business Management and Psychology. Moraya has been married for 26 years and has three sons. She was born and raised in Hawai’i and has a passion for Hawaiian culture and language. Moraya believes that MultiSport 360 is a dream come true for any parent and child that loves sports and is honored to have been asked to be a vital part of the vision.


Aaron Cleverly

Aaron Cleverly is the Owner and Manager of Precision Pipe Fabricators Inc. in Aberdeen, WA. In addition to being a business owner, he has over 10 years coaching experience with baseball and basketball at Montesano and Aberdeen High School. Born and raised in Aberdeen, he has been a part of the Grays Harbor community for 36 years. He enjoys golfing, playing  and watching recreational sports with his wife Hannah and their two boys Connor and Lucas. Having two sons who will grow up in Grays Harbor, he saw the need for a facility like this. After first hearing the idea for MultiSport360, he knew immediately that he wanted to be involved getting it up and running.


Shon Schreiber

Shon Schreiber is an Elementary PE Teacher for the Hoquiam School District. In addition to teaching, Shon is the Assistant Baseball Coach for Montesano High School. Shon has been an active member of Grays Harbor for 20 years. He has a collective 22 years of teaching experience and 24 years of coaching experience. Shon enjoys playing senior softball, weight lifting, coaching wrestling at Miller Jr. High and spending time with his daughter Lily and son Sam. He is excited to give young athletes a place to play locally and to build additional quality baseball programs in Grays Harbor.


McKenna Bruner

McKenna Bruner is a Communications Specialist at Capital Region ESD 113. Prior to joining ESD 113, McKenna graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Communications and a minor in Business. During this time she was a member of the Crimson Girl Dance Team for four years. McKenna enjoys spending time with her husband Layne and their two labs. She is excited to help grow this facility along side her husband and offer additional opportunities to support young athletes in Grays Harbor.

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