Athletic Director
 
Jason Kehrer '88
 
jkehrer@scecina.org
317.356.6377 ext. 1111

 

Assistant to the Athletic Office
 317.356.6377 ext. 1128

  • Scecina gymnasts flip for new program

    By Cari Gallagher '93Athletics Assistant

    Scecina Memorial High School is home to the only gymnastics program within the 17 City Alliance Schools, and one of just two programs among the eight-school Indiana Crossroads Conference. Thanks to Coaches Allison Delaney '10 and Elaine O’Brian, and the support of past coach Anne O’Connor, the Scecina gymnastics program is flourishing in a time when many other schools are ending their programs.

     Gymnastics began at Scecina in the 2014-15 school year with just two gymnasts, Molly Griffin ’18 and Mary O’Connor ’17. Despite their limited roster the duo posted several individual top-three finishes during their inaugural season. The ranks have grown over the past two years to include ... Read More

  • Senior works side by side with Crusaders athletic trainer

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Senior Jackie Hurst, who wants to be a doctor, jumped at the opportunity to assist Scecina athletic trainer Kylee Ort in wrapping and taping injured body parts and observing her work with Crusaders athletes.

     The experience, Jackie says, is “awesome.” 

    “It’s my favorite part of the week,” she said, smiling widely. “My favorite thing this whole school year has been helping the trainer.... Read More

  • Scecina honors "We Care" Award recipient and Super Boosters

    By Cari Gallagher '93, Athletics Assistant

    Scecina celebrated Super Booster Night during the boys basketball game on Feb. 11, honoring several people who have given their time and talent to Crusader athletics.

    The recipient of the 2017 Larry Neidlinger “We Care” award is David Smock. David is... 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