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2020-21 Wrestling Team Pictures

2020-21 Wrestling Team Front:  Oliver Sesmas, Will Odhiambo, Chad Kennedy, Titus Hackworth.  Second Row:  Assistant Coach Brian Pfeil, Jayden Ochoa, Armen Koltookian, Adrian Martinez, Andrew Bon Durant, Brenden Stockman, Head Coach Brian Woodworth.  Not Pictured:  Cameron Galvan. 2020-21 Wrestling Seniors Andrew BonDurant, Brenden Stockman.  Not pictured:  Cameron Galvan. 2020-21 Wrestling Coaches Head Coach Brian Woodworth, Assistant Coach Brian

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

2019-20 Wrestling Season Awards

Honorary Captain(s):  Andrew BonDurant, Christian Pfeiffer-Laguerre, Brenden Stockman, Logan Sunday Co-Most Valuable:  Christian Pfeiffer-Laguerre, Brenden Stockman Mental Attitude:  Drew Smeltzer Mike Yoder Award:  Christian Pfeiffer-Laguerre Most Improved:  Logan Kidder, Adrian Martinez Letter Winners: Andrew BonDurant, Vicente Diaz, Cameron Galvan, Marielyz Garay (Mgr.), Rey Garay, Bradyn Goss, Anthony Ilagor, Chad Kennedy, Logan Kidder, Armen Koltookian, Adrian

CHS Wrestlers Win LaVille’s 2019 Mike Bottorff Invitational

The Concord Wrestling Team won the Mike Bottorff Invitational hosted by LaVille High School on Saturday, December 21, 2019.  CHS went 5-0 on the day.  Match scores were: Concord 57, SB St. Joseph 14 Concord 54, Bremen 24 Concord 39, LaVille 36 Concord 66, Pioneer 12 Concord 66, Mishawaka Marian 12 Congrats to Rey Garay,

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

2019-20 Wrestling Team Pictures

WRESTLING TEAM Front:  Manager Hayleigh Robinson, Gabe Jimenez, Vincente Diaz, Chad Kennedy, Rey Garay, Will Odhiambo, Jaydan Spurlock, Manager Marielyz Garay.  Second Row: Cameron Galvan, Brenden Stockman, Logan Sunday, Christian Pfeiffer- Laguerre, Bradyn Goss, Anthony Ilagor, Andrew BonDurant.  Third Row:  Head Coach Brian Woodworth, Ty Richardson, Angel Castellanos, Garrett Trout, Joey Garcia, Drew Smeltzer, Armen

Winter 2017-2018 Kiwanis Athletes of the Season

Each sport season the Elkhart Kiwanis Club recognizes two male and two female “Athletes of the Season” from Concord, Elkhart Central, Elkhart Memorial, and Jimtown High Schools. These athletes were selected by the CHS coaching staff and were recognized at a luncheon on February 13, 2018.   From left are Kallaghan Findley (Boys Swimming), Maddisen Lantz (Girls

2017-2018 Wrestling All-Conference Team

The Concord Wrestling Team finished the regular season with an overall record of 12-8.  They were 3-4 in the Northern Lakes Conference dual meet season.  That record, along with their fifth place finish at the conference tournament placed them fifth in the NLC overall.  This is the best overall record and conference placing since 2008-2009.

Brian Woodworth Named as Head Wrestling Coach

Brian Woodworth was approved as Head Wrestling Coach at Concord High School by the Concord Community Schools Board of Trustees on Monday, August 7.  Woodworth takes over for Justin Rockenbaugh who resigned after five seasons at the helm. Woodworth brings over thirty years of wrestling coaching experience to Concord.  While a student at Mishawaka High

Justin Rockenbaugh Resigns as Wrestling Coach

Justin Rockenbaugh has tendered his resignation as head wrestling coach at Concord High School due to scheduling conflicts with his full time employment.   Rockenbaugh served as head coach for five seasons. During this time he coached a number of athletes who advanced in the IHSAA Tournament series, including DeLawerence Gayfield who placed sixth at