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Jacob Creek, Roemello Moon Receive Timothy Dawson Memorial Scholarship

Congratulations to Jacob Creek and Roemello Moon for receiving the 2020 Timothy Dawson Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is presented to two Concord Football seniors each year who embody the Concord Football motto of “F5-OH”, are good teammates, and are overall great representatives of the football program.  Recipients are chosen by the Concord Football staff along

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.

Four 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, February 5, 2020. From left are:  Spencer Arnold (University of Indianapolis Football), Ariel DeLaPaz (University of Indianapolis Football), Brooklyn Messenger (University of Missouri – St. Louis Swimming),

Four 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 18, 2019. From left are:  Ethan Cain (Indiana State Football), Noah Wright (Purdue Fort Wayne Cross Country & Track), Christian Pfeiffer-Laguerre (McKendree Wrestling), Summer Cooper

2019 Football Team Pictures

Varsity Football Front:  Logan Wittmer, Dylan Prough, Drew Smeltzer, Roemello Moon, Jamyris Rice, Spencer Arnold, Carter Neveraski, Braedon Taylor, Ethan Cain, Jacob Creek.  Second Row: Drew Cline, Jake Eakins, Brandon Wise, Sawyer, Maurer, Ariel De La Paz, Owen Cooper, Ethan Casey, Colton Barton, Kendrick Jordan, Christian Pfeiffer-Laguerre, Logan Sunday.  Third Row: JenDariun Greer, Bradyn Goss,

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

Concord Football – 2018 Sectional Champions!

Congratulations to the CHS Football Team who won the 2018 5A Football Sectional with a 17-14 win over Elkhart Central on November 2.  Concord beat Elkhart Memorial 28-20 on October 26 to advance to the championship game. Concord ended the season with a loss to Michigan City in the Regional on November 9 to finish

2018 Football Team Pictures

2018 Varsity Football Team Front:  Camden Johnson, De’Brion Armstrong, Max Welch, Nolan Jackson, Harold Moon, Dalton Woolwine, Logan Johnson, Trayvon Sheppard, Julius James, Jakale Conerly, Orlando Clark, William Hayes, Manny Tuchan, Cameron Lain, Eric Gonzalez.  Second Row: Mitchell Frantz, Kevin Moreira, Spencer Arnold, Carter Neveraski, Ethan Cain, Payton Stevens, Jacob Beckwith, Tyler Anderson, Adolfo Rizzo,

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),

Four Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the following Concord High School athletes who were recognized in a ceremony on Thursday, February 8 for signing letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers next year in college. Josh Gorball – Grand Valley State (Football) Stephanie Hartpence – Trine University (Track & Field) Gage Jones – Anderson University (Lacrosse)