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Coach Joe Leonard
Varsity Head Coach
7 Years at Fishers
Joe Leonard is in his seventh year at Fishers High School, his sixth as the head varsity coach. He served as the Varsity Assistant in the program's first year.
Prior to coming to Fishers, Coach Leonard taught at Craig Middle School and coached at Lawrence North High School for 10 years. After serving stints at the junior high and freshman levels, he was the head JV coach his last six years with the program, where he won 90% of his games. He also assisted the varsity to three consecutive state championships from 2004-2006 with the players he coached on those JV teams playing key roles in that incredible level of success.
Coach Leonard played at the collegiate level for IUPUI, after a successful high school career at Chatard High School.
Coach Leonard teaches Wellness at Fishers High School.
He is a long-time resident of Fishers, where he lives with his wife Kathy and their four daughters: Danielle, Megan, Melissa, and Brooke (Freshman at Fishers High School).
Coach Keith Andrews
Varsity Assistant Coach
5 Years at Fishers
Keith Andrews begins his fifth year at Fishers High School, his 17th year overall.
Prior to coming to Fishers, Coach Andrews taught and coached for four years at Greenfield-Central High School where he was the Varsity Assistant for two years and the Head JV coach prior to that. Coach has also been the Varsity Assistant for the girls programs at both Pendleton Heights High School and Greenfield-Central.
Born and raised in Greenfield, Indiana, Coach Andrews graduated from Greenfield-Central High School where he earned two letters in basketball. He is a graduate of Ball State University.
Coach Andrews teaches Business classes at Hamilton Southeastern Junior High School.
He is a resident of Fishers, where he lives with his wife Jamie and their two sons: Jaxson and Keegan.
Coach Eric Schellhammer
Varsity Assistant Coach
3 Years at Fishers
Eric Schellhammer begins his third season at Fishers High School, his second as a Varsity Assistant after serving the first season as the Freshman Assistant.
Schellhammer spent the 2008-09 season with the University of Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks, where he focused on coaching the team’s post players. The native of Grand Ledge, Mich., also coordinated film exchange and oversaw the team’s support staff.
Prior to his year at UTM, Schellhammer spent three seasons with the Western Kentucky women’s basketball program, serving as a graduate assistant on the 2008 NCAA Tournament team. At WKU, Schellhammer was primarily responsible for coordinating all film exchanges and film breakdown. He also assisted with player development, individual workouts and coordinated the Lady Topper summer basketball camps.
A 2007 graduate of Western Kentucky with a degree in sports administration/recreation, and a Masters in Sports Administration, Schellhammer was also part of the Lady Toppers’ staff in 2006 and 2007, in which WKU advanced to the WNIT semifinals.
Schellhammer began his collegiate career at Glen Oaks Community College, where he was a member of the basketball team; in his freshman season, Schellhammer earned All-Midwest Region 12 honors and was a honorable mention Junior College All-American.
Schellhammer and his wife, the former Jamie Britt, reside in Fishers, IN with their daughters: Riley and Britt.
Coach Ray Tolbert
JV Head Coach
3 Years at Fishers
Ray Tolbert begins his third season at Fishers High School, his second as the JV Head Coach after serving his first season as the Freshman Head Coach.
Ray Tolbert was a star that everyone looked up to because of his talent, his size and his heart. In 1977 He was selected as a High School All American and Mr. Basketball of Indiana. He took his talent to Indiana University where he was the MVP of the NIT championship in 1979, Gold Medal winner at the Pan-Am games, two time Big Ten champs, Big Ten MVP, All-American 2nd Team and NCAA National Champions. He was selected as the 18th pick in the first round of the NBA draft by the New Jersey Nets and played for 7 years with several teams including the Atlanta hawks, Seattle Sonics, New York Knicks and the 1988 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers.
Ray knew he had the ability to mentor and motivate others. He took his skills from his many years of experience and took a position coaching the Frankfort High School basketball team where he went on to win 2 State Championships and 1 National title. From there Ray took his talents into a variety of other areas from his Nationally acclaimed “Big Rays” Basketball camp to coaching the Anderson Champions of the ABA.
Along the way Ray found that he knew how to connect with people and make a difference. His journey of life led him to connections that went far beyond the basketball court. He was the director of the “Good Decisions” program and also served as the deputy Coroner from 1998 to 2004. Ray found that good decisions in life are in many ways like the ones that had to be made on the court. It takes teamwork, attention to details and the ability to be unselfish when working with others. It also takes leadership abilities to be on the team as well as coaching the team. Life, Ray determined, was an extension of all the skills and principles he learned through his mentors on the court.
Ray now spends his time speaking to Corporations, schools, conferences, Prayer Breakfasts and Church groups while also working with inner-city young people at the Shepherd community Jireh Sports program. He also does a program at the Juvenile Detention Center called "rising above".
Coach Tolbert is currently the permanent building substitute at Fishers High School.
Coach Andrew Fountain
Head Freshman Coach
2 Years at Fishers
Andrew Fountain begins his second year at Fishers High School as the head freshman coach.
Prior to coming to Fishers, Coach Fountain was an Assistant Basketball Coach at Purdue University-Calumet (NAIA D-II) in Hammond, IN for 3 years (2003-2006), where he focused on the teams post players. He also facilitated player conditioning and individual workouts. Coach oversaw all game scouting and film exchange. During his stint at PUC, he was the Associate Camp Coordinator. He helped develop the Peregrines first Youth Basketball Camp which had over a 100 campers in their first year.
Coach Fountain also spent 1 year (2007) as an Assistant Coach at Calumet College of St. Joseph (NAIA D-II) in Whiting, IN, where he oversaw all game scouting and assisted with player development.
Coach has worked a variety of Basketball Camps such as Five Star Basketball Camp, Northern Illinois University, University of Illinois, Marquette University, and Purdue University.
He moved to Indianapolis in 2007 where he worked for the Indianapolis Parks Department for 5 years as an Assistant Park Manager at the Washington Park Family Center. While working for Indy Parks, he was also the Head Boys 8th grade Basketball Coach at Shortridge Junior High School/High School for 2 years (2008-2010).
Coach Fountain is a native of Gary, IN and a graduate of Horace Mann High School where he earned 2 varsity letters in basketball. He attended college at Indiana State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Sports Management.
Coach Fountain is currently an Instructional Assistant at Fishers High School.
He is a resident of Indianapolis, where he lives with wife Jennifer and their daughter Kaiden.
Coach Doug Presley
Freshman Assistant Coach
2 Years at Fishers
Doug Presley begins his second season as the assistant freshmen coach on the Fishers High School basketball staff.
Prior to joining the Fishers High School coaching staff, Coach Presley coached girl’s basketball at Lawrence North High School for 2 years and boy’s basketball at Bishop Chatard High School for 9 years prior to that. Throughout his coaching career, Coach Presley has coached at both the Junior Varsity and Varsity levels. While serving as Varsity Assistant Coach at Bishop Chatard, his team won three Sectional titles, two Regional tiles, and one State championship. During his tenure as Junior Varsity Coach at Bishop Chatard, his team had a winning record of 79%, including several holiday tournaments and two city championships.
In addition, Coach Presley has also assisted at the collegiate level with the IUPUI Jaguars. At IUPUI, Coach Presley assisted with drills, scouting, film editing and maintained game and player statistics.
Coach Presley was born in Indianapolis. He is a graduate of Bishop Chatard High School where he earned varsity letters in several sports.
Coach Presley currently resides in the Fishers area with his family.
Coach Keith Suttle
Volunteer Assistant Coach
4 Years at Fishers
Keith Suttle is starting his fourth year at Fishers High School. Coach has volunteered and worked in a lot of capacities with the program the past three seasons. This year, he will be our game day video coordinator and help with the stats in our computer program.
Coach Suttle has spent the last few years of his life training High School, College, and Professional Athletes. He has assisted in the development of athletes participating in a variety of sports, and worked with teams from Illinois Wesleyan University, Northwestern State University, St. Joseph's High School (IL), Ball State University, and the Chicago Bulls.
Coach was born in the Chicago-land area, and earned two varsity basketball letters from Aurora Christian High School. He then went on to play at Waubonsee Community College for two years before transferring to Illinois State University to continue his education. Coach Suttle recently recieved a Master's Degree in Biomechanics from Ball State University and started his own business helping local athletes excel in all areas of life.
Coach Dan Reddan
Volunteer Assistant Coach
1 Year at Fishers
Dan Reddan begins his first year at Fishers High School as a volunteer assistant.
Dan brings experience in youth development to the Tigers. Previously, he has coached several seasons in the travel basketball programs for both boys and girls. Additionally, he helped establish the Honey Badgers Basketball youth development program. Dan will continue his work with future young tigers as the FHS youth development liaison.
While playing basketball in high school (Rochester, MI) Dan earned a variety of honors. These ranged from an All-League selection up to being nominated for the McDonald’s All American Team. His regular season high school career record was 68-7.
In addition to basketball, Dan was also a state champion high jumper. After high school, he attended the University of Michigan where he was a Big Ten champion and earned All American honors in the high jump.
Coach Reddan teaches biology and botany at Fishers High School.
Dan resides in Fishers with his wife Jennifer and their two children, Tyler and Sarah.
Fishers High School · 13000 Promise Road · Fishers, IN · 46038
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