Concord Girls Varsity Tennis

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Todd Denton Hired as Girls Tennis Head Coach

Todd Denton was approved by the Concord School Board for the position of Girls Tennis Head Coach on March 1, 2021.  He takes over for Jan Soward who retired after 13 seasons as head coach. Coach Denton has been head coach for the Concord Boys Tennis Program since 2008, and will continue in that role. 

Jan Soward Resigns as Girls Tennis Head Coach

Jan Soward has announced her resignation as Head Girls Tennis Coach at Concord High School due to a change in residence out of the area. Soward coached tennis at Concord for 19 years, including the last 13 as girls head coach.  During that time she amassed a career record of 111-59 and guided her team

2020 Girls Tennis Senior Spotlight – Meaghan Godzisz

Daughter of: Katrina & Steve Godzisz Other School Activities:  Orchestra, NHS, Girls Tennis Favorite Subject:  English Favorite CHS Teacher:  Miss Le Sesne Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  How to be a team player. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  Proper time management. Favorite Tennis Memory:  Going to state in doubles my sophomore year. Plans Next Year:  Going to Goshen College to play tennis and study

2020 Girls Tennis Senior Spotlight – Lauren Pollock

Daughter of:  Chris and Judy Pollock Other School Activities:  Soccer, Tennis, NHS, Potters Marathon Favorite Subject:  Math Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mrs. Wirt Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  Hard work and dedication pays off. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  Don’t take anything for granted. Favorite Tennis Memory:  I have so many favorites but I would say all the good friendships made. Plans Next Year: 

2020 Girls Tennis Senior Spotlight – Lauren Boessler

Daughter of: Mark and Tara Boessler Other School Activities:  Golf & tennis Favorite Subject:  English Favorite CHS Teacher:  Mrs. Wirt Lesson Learned From Playing Sports:  Being consistent. With anything you do in life you have to stay consistent. Especially with the sports I play, I have learned that it is the most important thing. Lesson Learned From Quarantine:  The most important

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),