Concord Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 6 - 13
  • Conference Record: 1 - 6

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Girls Basketball Sectional Information

DATES: Game 1: February 2: 5:30 PM, Concord vs. Penn (H) Game 2: February 2: 7:30 PM, Warsaw vs. Goshen (H) Game 3: February 5: 5:30 PM, Elkhart vs. Game 1 Winner (H) Game 4: February 5: 7:30 PM, Northridge vs. Game 2 Winner (H) Game 5: February 6: 7:00 PM, Game 3 Winner vs.

2020-21 Girls Basketball Team Pictures

2020-21 Girls Varsity Basketball Front: Manager Amara Woods, Aliyah Hershberger, Savannah Boerema, Devine Johnson, Rose Pankoke, Daniela Medina, Bailei Mayo, Lauren Smith, Manager Raychon Spencer.  Second Row: C-Team Coach Rayven Johnson, Head Coach Cassie Cepeda, Assistant Coach Nic Minder, Lynnsey Delio, Kendal Swartout, Kendal Taylor, Ashlyn Fish, JV Coach Jim Read, Assistant Coach Akyah Taylor.

Home Contests Streamed Live on the IHSAA Champions Network

All Concord High School home contests during the Winter 2020-21 season will be streamed live on the IHSAA Champions Network on a pay-per-view basis. For girls and boys varsity and JV basketball, the JV and varsity games will be streamed together, meaning one purchase gains access to both contests that night.  The same will be

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, November 11, 2020.  (Masks were worn at all times by all participants except during the picture). From left are: Kendal Swartout (Davenport University Basketball), Cate Stauffer

2019-2020 Concord Female Athlete of the Year – Sydney Simon

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

2019-2020 Kiwanis Female Athlete of the Year – Alyssa Pfeil

Each season the Kiwanis Club of Elkhart recognizes a male and female athlete of the season from Concord, Jimtown, Elkhart Central, and Elkhart Memorial High Schools.  These seasonal winners are selected by the coaching staff of each school. At the end of the year, each school is asked to name one of their seasonal winners as

2019-20 Girls Basketball Season Awards

Honorary Captain(s):  Alyssa Pfeil, Sydney Simon, Kendal Swartout, Jadelyn Williams Mental Attitude:  Sydney Simon, Brianna Williams Most Improved:  Alyssa Pfeil Most Valuable:  Jadelyn Williams Pride, Hustle, Desire:  Devine Johnson Letter Winners: Khloei Axell (Mgr.), Savannah Boerema, Daphne Goss (Mgr.), Aliyah Hershberger, Devine Johnson, Bailei Mayo, Alyssa Pfeil, Sydney Simon, Lauren Smith, Raychon Spencer (Mgr.), Kendal

2019-2020 Girls Basketball All-Conference Team

Congratulations to senior Jadelyn Williams and junior Kendal Swartout for being named to the 2019-2020 NLC Girls Basketball All-Conference Team. Junior Devine Johnson was named All-Conference Honorable Mention. For a full listing of the Girls Basketball All-Conference Team, please click here. The Concord Girls Varsity Basketball Team finished the season with a record of 15-8 and were 4-3 in the Northern Lakes Conference.  The JV Team was

2019-20 Girls Basketball Team Pictures

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Front: Devine Johnson, Bailei Mayo, Brianna Williams, Sydney Simon, Jadelyn Williams, Alyssa Pfeil, Savannah Boerema, Aliyah Hershberger.  Second Row:  Manager Daphne Goss, C-Team Coach Sammy Swain, Assistant Coach Nic Minder, Kendal Taylor, Kendal Swartout, Lauren Smith, Head Coach Cassie Cepeda, JV Coach Jim Read, Manager Raychon Spencer.   GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL

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