Concord Varsity Baseball

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Three CHS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the following CHS student-athletes who signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers next year in college.  The signing ceremony took place on Wednesday, December 16, 2020.  (Masks were worn at all times by all participants except during the picture). Dalton Swinehart – Indiana Tech Baseball In front is Dalton

2020 Baseball Senior Spotlight – Jose Daniel Mendoza

Son of:  Jose Mendoza- Yngry Nieves Favorite Subject: Math Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mr Ross and Mr Lerch Lesson Learned From Playing Sports: With perseverance, sacrifice, and dedication you can achieve whatever you want. Lesson Learned From Quarantine: Engage more with family. Favorite Baseball Memory: Having fun during the games with my teammates. Plans Next Year: I will be attending Hillsborough Community College

2019-2020 Concord Male Athlete of the Year – Carter Neveraski

Each year, members of the CHS coaching staff nominate and vote for a male and female athlete of the year.  The winners can come from any grade and any sport. Coaches consider factors such as overall athletic ability, attitude, academic achievement, being a good teammate, participation in other sports and school activities, and a host of other factors.

2020 Baseball Senior Spotlight – Logan Wittmer

Son of:  Allison Swinehart and Kelvin Wittmer Other School Activities:  Football and Baseball Favorite Subject:  Ceramics Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mr. Bieber Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  Never give up, always get a positive out of something. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  Never take anything for granted. Favorite Baseball Memory:  Knowing that weather we win or lose, I will always have fun with my

2020 Baseball Senior Spotlight – Carter Neveraski

Son of:  Brad Neveraski and Kim Drury Other School Activities:  Football 9-12, Basketball 9-11, Track and Field 9-10, Baseball 11-12 Favorite Subject:  Science Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mrs. Wirt Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  How to be a better teammate and how to be accountable. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  I am really good at sleeping in till noon. Favorite Baseball Memory:  Laughing and

2020 Baseball Senior Spotlight – Edgar Galindo

Son of:  Isidro Galindo and Marina Garcia Other Activities:  American Legion Baseball Favorite Subject:  History Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mr. Ross Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  If you want to get to the top, you must work tremendously hard. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  Just because something has stopped does not mean to stop grinding. Favorite Baseball Memory:  Being at the ballpark and having fun with my

Greg Hughes Named as Head Baseball Coach

The Concord Community School Board of Trustees officially approved Greg Hughes as head baseball coach at their meeting on January 21, 2020.  Hughes takes over for Pat Doherty who resigned after one season as head coach. Hughes graduated from Frankton High School in 1990 where he played baseball all four years.  He went on to play collegiately for four

Pat Doherty Resigns as Baseball Coach

Pat Doherty has resigned his position as Baseball Head Coach at Concord High School after one season due to increasing time commitments at his full-time job. “We’re sad to see Pat go, particularly since he was a Concord graduate and considers this his home school and community,” said Dave Preheim, Concord High School Athletic Director.  “I know

Nine CHS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the following CHS student-athletes who signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers next year in college.  The signing ceremony took place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. In front are Kacy Gratzol (Ancilla Basketball), Landon Fisher (Western Michigan Soccer), Luke Shoemaker (Hope Cross Country and Track), and Regan Landis (Ohio

Nine Athletes Sign to Play College Athletics

Nine Concord High School athletes were recognized on Wednesday, May 30 for singing letters to continue their academic and athletic careers next year at the collegiate level. From left are Garrett Roberts (IUPUI Swimming), Lavontae Wagner (Trine Football), Zech Garza (Trine Football), Camille Lozier (Trine Tennis), Jacob Yoder (Trine Football), Maya Klopfenstein (Calvin College Tennis),