Monday, October 20, 2014

Concord tabs Koontz to head golf team

The new coach is Tim Koontz, a 2002 Concord grad. 

Posted on Aug. 19, 2014 at 1:45 a.m.

DUNLAP — Concord High School has named 2002 CHS graduate Tim Koontz as the head boys golf coach for the 2015 spring season.

Koontz replaces Larry Bilger and Greg Martin, who retired after the 2014 season. He will be assisted by Mike Auger.

Koontz played football and golf for the Minutemen, before earning a degree in Health and Physical Education from Bluffton University in 2006. A full-time business teacher at Concord, Koontz is also the head coach of the CHS freshman football team, after coaching football at Wawasee and Goshen for a combined seven seasons.

“We’re excited to have Tim and Mike take over the golf program,” Concord athletic director Dave Preheim said. “Both of them are men of high character and integrity and will serve as outstanding role-models and teachers for our athletes.”

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