Hall of Fame Inductees


A 1989 graduate of Seaman High School in Topeka, Scott played for Butler County Community College from 1989-91. Dreiling was also a member of the Broncos for three years, 1990-92.

As a freshman at Butler, Scott compiled a 5-3 record as a starter. Dreilingís sophomore season, he posted a perfect 12-0 record. The 12 wins still stands as the Butler record for single season wins. Scottís total of 17 career wins ranks second in school history. He also ranks first in innings pitched in a season (88), second in career shutouts (3) and fifth in career innings pitched (143.3).

Scott received All Jayhawk Conference and All Region VI honors for his sophomore season at Butler. After Butler, Scott attended Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana at Monroe) for one year and Kansas State University for his senior year.

Scott played for the Wichita Broncos from 1990-1992 before they moved to El Dorado. In 1992, Dreiling was selected to the NBC World Series All-Tournament Team.

Dreiling now resides in Paola, KS with wife Christy and sons Dylan, Nash and Cruz. To this day, baseball remains a big part of his life. He coaches several youth teams every year, including league, travel and all-star teams. The last couple years, Scott has helped coach the Paola High School team as well as serving on the local youth organizationís board of directors.


The Baseball Hall of Fame is open by appointment by calling Sam Leben at 316-321-2357, El Dorado Parks Department at 316-322-4975 or El Dorado Recreation Department at 316-321-9100.


El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
210 N. Griffith
El Dorado, KS 67042

United States