Athletic director
Jason Kehrer '88

jkehrer@scecina.org
317.356.6377 Ext. 1111

Assistant to the Athletic Office
Ben Dugan '11

bdugan@scecina.org
317.356.6377 Ext. 1128

  • Scecina hires Scott Miller as head boys varsity basketball coach

    Scecina Memorial High School is pleased to announce the hiring of Scott W. Miller as the new head coach of the Crusaders boys varsity basketball team. 

    Miller, 50, has 17 years of experience in coaching high school basketball and more than 100 coaching victories. Most recently, he was the boys head varsity basketball coach at ... Read More

  • Scecina's senior football players brighten Riley kids' day

    Nine-year-old Julia was beating some of Scecina's senior football players in cornhole. That made Coach Ott Hurrle laugh. 

    "She's probably thinking that these guys aren't very athletic," said Hurrle in a video made by Riley Hospital for Children. 

    The senior players were spending the day at Riley, playing with children and touring the hospital. It was the third straight year that Hurrle and assistant coaches have taken the players to the hospital. Riley featured the video of the Scecina players with Julia and other children on its Facebook pace.... Read More

  • High school sports build character, leadership qualities in young people

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Go Crusaders! 

    That’s the cheer heard over the years in the stands and on the sidelines at Scecina athletic events since the school opened in 1953.

    Sports have brought together the Scecina Community in sometimes fervent displays of school spirit and team pride. The school aims to educate "the whole person" in spirit, mind and body." So what are other reasons for high school athletics? How do they help young people on their life journeys? ... Read More

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“But most of all, I feel that my role is to show young people how to pay it forward. To teach students the value of helping others and get them to experience what it’s like to put their own needs second and selflessly do things for other people.

Ott Hurrle '70