HEAD COACH OPENING 2018 10/21/2017CONFIRMED HEAD COACH CHANGES IN 2018 Lafayette Central Catholic; Don Collier Brian Nay Hired Kankakee Valley: Zack Prairie Derek Thompson Hired Valparaiso: Dave Coyle Steven Mueller Hired Bill Marshall Promoted Evansville North: Brett Szabo Joey Paridaen Hired from Eastern Greene Hamilton Southeastern: Scott May Adam Morris Hired Peru: Bob Prescott Romison Saint-Louis Hired North Daviees: Scott Helms Trent Fine Hired Evansville Central: Andy Owens Troy Burgess Hired River Forest: Austen Robison Joe O'Connell Hired Shelbyville: Pat Parks Mike Clevenger Hired from Clinton Prairie Rushville: Scott McMurray Dan Rector Hired Cathedral: Rick Strieff: Bill Peebles Hired from Lawrence Central South Spencer: Tom Packer John Edge Hired Bishop Dwenger: Chris Svarczkopf Jason Garrett Promoted Maconaquah: Mark Hartman Austin Colby Hired Anderson High School: Robert Brown Ron Quals Hired Highland: Trent Grinder Pete Koulianos Hired from Hanover Central Southern Wells: Steve Yencer Greg Mose Hired Warsaw: Phil Jenson Bart Curtis Hired From Mishawaka Lawrence Central: Bill Peebles John Rodenberg Hired Eastern Hancock: Jim O'hara Doug Armstrong Hired Tri-Central: George Gilbert Shane Arnold Promoted Franklin County: Kirk Kennedy Wes Gillman Hired Hobart: Ryan Turley Craig Osika Promoted Anderson Prep Academy Randy Albano Michael Torgerson Hired Clarksville: Joby Turner Justin Boser Hired New Haven Jim Rowland Jimmy Linn Promoted S.B. Clay: Will Porter Garrett Fields Hired Mt. Vernon (Fortville) Neil Kazmierczak Mike Kirschner Hired Central Noble Greg Moe Trevor Tipton Promoted Clinton Prairie: Mike Clevenger Raymond Jones Hired From Fountain Central Ben Davis: Mike Kirschner Jason Simmons Hired from Noblesville Parke Heritage : ???? Brian Moore Hired Mishawaka Marian: Reggie Glon Michael Davidson Promoted Hamilton Heights: Mitch Street Jon Kirschner Promoted Knightstown: Kevin Miller Chad Montgomery Hired Richmond: Ibrahim Tawfeek Tony Lewis Hired Eastern Greene: Joey Paridaen Travis Wray Promoted Mishawaka: Bart Curtis Keith Kinder Promoted Kokomo: Brett Colby Richard Benberry Jr. Promoted Hanover Central: Pete Koulianos Brian Parker Hired Oldenburg Academy: Kevin Ferneding Eric Feller Hired Fountain Central: Raymond Jones Ryan Hall Hired Elwood: Joe Kwisz Chuck Foga Hired Noblesville: Jason Simmons Justin Roden Hired from East Central Jeffersonville: Alfonzo Browning Brian Glesing Hired from Floyd Central Wabash: Floyd McWhirt Adam Handley Hired Fairfield: Bob Miller Matt Thacker Hired East Central: Justin Roden Don Stonefield (Interim ) Munster: Leroy Marsh Jason Grunewald promoted Floyd Central: Brian Glesing James Bragg Hired Tell City: Josh Teague Aaron Clements Hired Pike Central: Erik Mattingly Dave Stephens Hired Crawford County: Kevin Mills Northwestern Steve Dibler Patrick Rosner hired Gary West: Jason Johnson Collin McCullough Hired
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Irish Line Momma posted a topic in The Indiana High School Football ForumAfter compiling data since 2004, we have come up with the 20 best high school football programs in Indiana. It has been 10 years now that MaxPreps has put out football computer rankings, presented by the Army National Guard. That's plenty of time to come up with a solid list of which programs have been the most dominant during the MaxPreps era. For the purpose of the rankings, each team will be awarded points based off where it finished in the computer rankings after each season. For example, if a team finished No. 1 overall it receives 25 points. If the team finished No. 25 overall, it would get one point. A team also receives 30 points for winning a state title and 15 for being the runner-up. Take the conversation to Twitter: Follow @MaxPreps View Indiana rankings for the past 10 years Most dominant Indiana football programs in the MaxPreps era 1. Indianapolis Cathedral - 416 points Overall record: 110-32 With seven state titles and nine finishes in the Top 10, the Fighting Irish have cemented themselves as Indiana's best team in the last 10 years. 2. Warren Central (Indianapolis) - 377 Overall record: 108-24 Warren Central won three consecutive state championships from 2004-06. It has added two more to the trophy case since then, also finishing as the No. 1-ranked team four times since 2004. 3. Carmel - 324 Overall record: 108-28 Participating in six state championship games over the past 10 seasons has helped the Greyhounds land in the Top 10 eight times. They were the victors in two of those games, and both years they finished as the No. 1-ranked team. 4. Indianapolis Bishop Chatard - 280 Overall record: 118-26 The Trojans have only missed the Top 25 once since 2004, compiling five 3A state titles along the way. 5. Fort Wayne Bishop Luers - 190 Overall record: 87-47 The Knights have only cracked the Top 25 three times, but have proved their dominance by winning five state titles since 2007. 6. Center Grove (Greenwood) - 179 Overall record: 89-34 Despite having eight Top 20 finishes over the past 10 years, the Trojans have just one state championship, coming in 2007 along with a No. 1 ranking. 7. Lawrence Central (Indianapolis) - 160 Overall record: 77-42 An undefeated season in 2012 gave Lawrence Central its first state title since 2004. The program has four Top 10 finishes over the past 10 seasons. 8. Ben Davis (Indianapolis) - 154 Overall record: 79-37 Ben Davis hasn't missed the Top 25 in the past 10 years, but is still searching for its first state title since 2004 although it has five Top 5 finishes. 9. Hamilton Southeastern (Fishers) - 147 Overall record: 93-25 The Royals have eight Top 25 finishes since 2004, five of which have been Top 10 finishes. 10. Lafayette Central Catholic - 140 Overall record: 114-15 Three perfect seasons and four straight class A state championship victories since 2009 are accolades that the Knights can claim despite only finishing in the Top 25 three times. 11. Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger - 129 Overall record: 106-27 Despite not having a state title victory in the past 10 years, Bishop Dwenger has three Top 10 finishes among its six Top 25 finishes. 12. Columbus East - 125 Overall record: 117-13 Columbus East's best season came in 2013 when it finished the season with a perfect record and earned its lone state championship since 2004. 13. Lowell - 124 Overall record: 88-37 Although Lowell has only cracked the Top 25 four times in the past 10 seasons, three of those finishes have been Top 10. 14. Sheridan - 120 Overall record: 101-32 Sheridan played in four straight state championship bouts from 2005-08, winning three and finishing as the runner-up in another. 15. Pike (Indianapolis) - 118 Overall record: 72-43-1 The Red Devils haven't missed the Top 25 since cracking the rankings in 2007. Their best finish came in 2007 when they reached the No. 2 rank. 15. Fort Wayne Snider - 118 Overall record: 108-24 Snider has two runner-up finishes since 2004. 17. Roncalli (Indianapolis) - 113 Overall record: 75-43 Roncalli landed the No. 4 rank after finishing as the runner-up in 2005. 18. Fishers - 109 Overall record: 63-31 A 5A state championship in 2010 assisted the Tigers in claiming the No. 1 ranking. 19. Avon - 102 Overall record: 81-37 The Orioles are still searching for their first state title since 2004 despite having eight Top 25 finishes. 20. Evansville Reitz - 100 Overall record: 102-26 Reitz has two perfect seasons since 2004, one resulting in a 4A state championship. http://www.maxpreps.com/m/article.aspx?articleid=1e7cd6d8-94c3-45cb-a22a-c8731befc6dc Right on Cathedral IRISH! Keep going strong fellas! Love IRISH Football