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      Head Coach Openings 2017   10/17/2016

      Frankton: Randy England  Bobby Ryan Promoted  Franklin Community:  Adam Reese  Chris Coll hired from Tri-West Martinsville: Brad Rose  Carter Whitson Hired  Lake Central: Brett St. Germain Tony Bartolomeo Promoted South Bend Clay: Craig Redman  Will Porter Hired from South Vermilion  Boone Grove:  Tony Tinkel   Dan Kukulski Promoted  Mooresville:  Chad Dockery Mike Gillin hired from Indian Creek Wood Memorial:  Caleb Cherry/Archer  Bret Kramer Hired Tippecanoe Valley:  Shriver/Norris   Stephen Moriarty  Hired Corydon Central:  Andrew Smith    Aaron Humphrey Hired Calumet New Tech:  Rik Richards  Rick Good Hired  Winamac:  Tim Roth Craig Barr Hired   Tri-West: Chris Coll Tyler Bruce Promoted North Central (Indy): Kevin Kreinhagen Kevin O'Shea hired from Lafayette Central Catholic Indy Chatard:  Vince Lorenzano Rob Doyle Promoted Paoli: Brian Balsmeyer Jeremy Lowery Promoted Mt. Vernon (Fortville): Doug Armstrong  Neil Kazmierczak  Hired from Lebanon  Bluffton: Randy Hudgins Brett Kunkel Hired Indian Creek: Mike Gillin Brett Cooper Hired Vincennes Lincoln:  Jon Heiden  Levi Salters Promoted  Frankfort:  Joel Sienicki Eric Davis Hired from Tri-County South Vermillion:  Will Porter  Greg Barrett hired from North Putnam Riverton Parke:  Jake Weber Brad Sanders Promoted Elkhart Central:  Levon Johnson Josh Shattuck hired from Seymour Mt. Vernon (Posey) Paul Meirer Cory Brunson hired from Evansville Harrison Richmond:  Matt Holeva  Abe Tawfeek hired from Indy Northwest Lebanon:    Neil Kazmierczak Jeff Smock Hired North White:  Jim Davis Kirk Quasebarth Promoted  North Posey:   Paul Rynkiewich  Waylon Schenk hired from Princeton  Pike Central:  Dustin Powell   Erik Mattingly Hired  John Glenn:  Damon Groves Austin Faust Promoted North Putnam:  Greg Barrett Sam Carnes Hired  Lafayette Central Catholic: Kevin O'Shea Don Coller Promoted  Evansville Harrison: Cory Brunson Lane Oxley Hired Indianapolis Roncalli:  Bruce Scifres Scott Marsh Promoted  Anderson Prep Academy: Jeffrey Dorman Randy Albano Hired Princeton:   Waylon Schenk   Jared Maners Hired Ft. Wayne North:  Mike Cochran Michael Brevard Hired Turkey Run:  Steve Stewart Bruce Scaggs Hired Indianapolis Northwest:   Abe Tawfeek Jonas Williams Promoted Tri-County:  Eric Davis  Sam Zachary Hired Carroll Community:  Mark Brown Kevin Sayler Promoted  Oldenburg Academy:  Wes Gillman  Union County:  Rusty Hensley Joel Hofmann promoted Edgewood: Jerry Bland Brian Rosenburg Hired Seymour:  Josh Shattuck  Michael Kelly Hired Wawasee:  Josh Ekovich Michael Eshbach hired from Eastside Muncie Central:  Adam Morris Scott Pethtel Hired Benton Central:  Ed Roberson  Mike Hammons  Promoted  Western:  Ron Jankovich Alex Stewart Hired New Castle:  Will Ragle  Kyle York Hired Sullivan:  Trent Olson Blaine Powell promoted Northwestern:  Alex Stewart Steve Disler hired  Clinton Central:  Isaac Sturgis Justin Gardiner Hired North Miami:  Mark Lefebvre  Joe Grant Hired from Rochester Spring Valley Justin Scheller Mark Hammond Hired  Edinburgh:  Derrick Ball  Jason Burton Hired Eastside: Michael Eshbach Steve Cooley promoted Rochester: Joe Grant Brian Hooker Hired Cloverdale: Tony Meyer Tom Winder Promoted Hammond Clark: Eric Schreiber  Hammond Noll:  Colin McCullough  Wayne Racine hired Lake Station:  Adam Hudak   South Central:  Eric Stephens Buzz Schoff Hired  Caston:  Brady Jones  Tony Slocum Promoted  


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  1. SEYMOUR HC opening

    Terry Smith, Shattuck's basketball coach at Alma, is the current basketball coach at Elkhart Central
  2. My understanding is they are discontinuing the current design and releasing a new one in March. It is supposed to be more appealing aesthetically, which was the biggest reason given by schools for not wanting to try it.
  3. 1 High School In Elkhart

    -Elkhart High School will be in the NIC. Not a question. -There will be 4 middle schools. Pierre Moran (smaller, STEAM academy), North Side, West Side, and a new one at the Elkhart Central facility. -9th graders will be at the Elkhart Central facility...there will be separation between the frosh academy and the middle school. -The total enrollment of Elkhart High School will include freshmen numbers. -Grades 10-12 will be at the Elkhart Memorial Facility, which will receive significant building and facility upgrades...will be more like a campus, with several buildings. -Colors, mascot...no clue. Heard several ideas, a lot of them bad, some good. Examples of good (my opinion): combine the colors (red and blue) and be Patriots, be Lions (to represent the Mangy Lion, which will no longer be in play), combine the colors to make purple and be Vikings. This will be an interesting topic to watch play out. -ECS administration building will be moved to Pierre Moran site.
  4. Rivalry Trophies

    Great question...he would look really good in my living room...just saying
  5. Rivalry Trophies

    The Mangy Lion: Elkhart Memorial vs Elkhart Central When Elkhart High School split, the idea of The Mangy Lion was born. Mangy is one of the most recognizable traveling trophies in high school football, as well as the only still-circulating football trophy in Elkhart County. It is a symbol for victory to whichever team comes out of the annual Memorial/Central football game with more points. That school gets to keep Mangy in its hallways for a year, where he then goes up for grabs during that three hour contest every season. Mangy was commissioned by the Elkhart Lion's Club in 1972 and carved by Mr. Jim Holland, who was a longtime Elkhart Community Schools teacher, working at West Side Middle School. Mr. Holland found a large walnut tree in the woods that had been downed by a lightning strike (250 pounds before carving). He thought it the perfect tree out of which to mold a trophy, since, by surviving a brutal storm, it had already demonstrated the strength and perseverance he wanted the trophy to represent. On the base of Mangy is a dedication plaque from The Lion's Club, which reads: This "Old Mangy Lion" The lion, a symbol of strength and honor, is awarded annually to the Elkhart High School football champion to promote the universal spirit of friendly competition. To the winner goes this token of perseverance and victory representative of the teamwork and commitment necessary to realize the goals of dedicated service. The Elkhart Noon Lions Club, "We serve." Sculptor, James A. Holland, 1972
  6. It will be one high school, grades 9-12. The 9th graders will simply be in a different building, a true freshman academy, like Ben Davis...only difference is that building will be much further away from the upper grades, instead of on the same campus. There will be 4 middle schools under this plan: North Side, West Side, Pierre Moran, and a new one at the current Elkhart Central location, the same place where the new 9th grade building will be. Pierre Moran will become a small middle school that will be primarily for kids who have started the STEM track (from Roosevelt Elementary) so they can continue with the same type of learning process. This middle school will not be open enrollment and will have an application process for admission, so to speak. The ECS Administration Offices will also be housed at the current Pierre Moran location. The current Elkhart Memorial location will undergo massive change, too. It will become more of a campus area, with the Career Center, a performing arts center, College and Career focused areas, the building housing "traditional" grades 9-12, etc. The NIC is the only option for the combined high school, plain and simple. As far as mascot and colors go, that is a can of worms nobody has seemed to want to open yet. "There haven't been any discussions about those yet" has been the company line. While, in the grand scheme of things, mascot and color are not as important as most of the other aspects of The Elkhart Promise (what the revised plan is being called), I am sure it will be the topic that brings about the most heated debate.
  7. NLC 2016

    Concord and Memorial...
  8. I trust everyone is smart enough to see this is clearly not a Central player making this post.
  9. What up Miller? Play Hard, Eat Hard, Shitard!!!!!!!

  10. What up Miller? Play Hard, Eat Hard, Shitard!!!!!!!