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This Week’s Message From Coach Leach: Find a Way….Make it Work!

It’s Summertime! A Time for……..   We are sliding into summer in the weirdest way possible.  Summer for high school athletes should be a time to really gear up on training, proving yourself, enjoying the hard-earned farmer’s tan, learning to water ski and spending time just hanging out with your friends.  Right now, in these conditions, the

A Message From Coach Merritt: A Time For Reflection

A Time for Reflection In March, athletic seasons were ended early or never had a chance to begin. School events were canceled, and students had to complete their semesters remotely. Teachers, administrators, faculty and coaches had to provide a positive outlook on a situation that no one knew the outcome. In all this chaos and

A Message From Coach Zimmer

Still Got Grit? A few years ago, a great philosophical, winning, inspirational, and motivational coach (no, it’s not John Wooden or Phil Jackson)… Todd Salkoski asked his coaches (as Athletic Director) if they had grit, if their players had grit, or if our teams (Shenandoah) had grit. Simply…GOT GRIT? Not only did we have to

New On-Line Concussion Testing Program Unveiled by Henry County Sports Med

The following is a guide that will take student athletes to an on-line concussion testing program. This is a requirement for all potential SHS athletes planning to participate in athletics during the 20-21 school year. Your results will automatically be saved and forwarded to Henry County Sports Medicine.     Instructions for Concussion Vital Signs

A Message From Coach Painter

As I reflected on my first year as a head baseball coach…. Not one official practice, not one game played, no chance for a Henry County Title, didn’t get to compete to win our conference, we didn’t get the unforgettable experience of competing in the IHSAA tournament. What a disappointing first year, right? Then I

A Message From Coach Wyatt

Underneath The Uniform We all love sports and the excitement it brings into our lives. Sports give us something to look forward to. Sports motivate us, give us something to talk about, connect with others, and the list goes on and on. No matter what you play, you are representing a team. Some teams wear uniforms while others

IHSAA Announces Guidelines For Summer Participation

The Indiana High School Athletic Association released the following document today. A quick summary is: No school sponsored events until (at least) June 30th as all facilities are closed. The moratorium week for 2020 has been waived. This means if facilities open, coaches may work with their teams/athletes beginning July 1. IHSAA Statement on Remainder

Shenandoah Spring Sport Senior Spotlight: Stormie Fitch

Shenandoah Senior Profile Name: Stormie Fitch Spring Sport: Track Parents and Siblings: Matt & Sara Fitch; Keaghun and Emersyn Fitch School Activities: Track 4 years, Basketball 4 years, Cross country 3 years, golf 2 years Future Plans: Go to Purdue Fort Wayne and run cross country and track as a division 1 athlete and major

A Message From Coach Davis

Every Second Counts!  Every day we have 86,400 seconds to be our best. Many races, games and life’s decisions come down to the last second. How we have used our time to prepare for those last seconds can determine the outcomes. Time is the one constant that we all start with, but how we use that time to better ourselves is the difference.   We will each use

A Message To All From Coach MacIntyre

Athletic Success What does it mean to be successful in athletics? What is the highest level of success for any sport? What does it mean to be the best? How is it achieved? Over the past 20 + years, I have been involved in multiple sports at multiple levels. I have played with or against