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GHS is proud to introduce Mr. Myron Bontreger as its’ new head girls' soccer coach. Mr. Bontreger, is a graduate of Goshen College. He is a World Language teacher at Goshen High School 11th year.

After completing a successful high school career at Bethany Christian HS, where Myron held the career and single season goals record , he played 3 years of varsity soccer at Goshen College. He was 1st team MCC and NAIA scholar athlete twice and was named NAIA all district in 1990. He is a member of the Elkhart County Sports Hall of Fame.

After beginning his high school coaching career in Colorado in 1995, he became head boys coach at Bethany Christian in 1998, where he held that position for 8 years before becoming the head coach at Argos for two. Mr. Bontreger brings 25 years of HS coaching experience to our staff, with 12 years as a head varsity coach. He began teaching and coaching at Goshen High School in the fall of 2008, where he has been an assistant coach on the boys’ staff, including a state championship in 2014 and a regional championship in 2017.

Myron and his wife, Fran, have one son, Lucas, and two daughters, Sofia and Olivia. Mr. Bontreger has proven in his time at GHS to be the type of “transformational coach” ideal for the high school education based athletics setting. With his knowledge of the game and his understanding of the significance of athletics as an integral part of a student’s education, he shows tremendous potential.
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From the Northern Lakes Conference Office at Goshen HS:

Girls and boys all-conference selections have been announced.

For the girls, Brynn Shoup-Hill was named first team all-conference while Margaret Gallagher was chosen honorable mention.
GHS girls tied for 4th place in the NLC with a conference record of 4-3.

For the boys, Bryant Robinson was selected all-conference first team.
GHS boys finished 7th in the NLC with a record of 1-6.
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Goshen boys track at Purdue Fort Wayne.

Medalists and scoring placers:

Tomas Fuentes - 60 High Hurdles - 2nd Place - 8.72

Felix Perez-Diener - 300 Run - 3rd Place - 10:04.48

Demetrius Gulewicz, Marlon Garcia, Tomas Fuentes, Daveyon Sandford - 4x400 Relay - 3rd Place - 3:38.15

Zack Barker - High Jump - 5th Place - 5'-10.00"

Zach Swallow - Shot Put - 5th Place - 43'-04.00"

Felix Perez-Diener, Bryant Grewe, Cole Johnston, Angel Arreola - Distance Medley Relay - 5th Place - 11:41.83

Marlon Garcia, Demetrius Gulewicz, Adrian Mora, Cole Johnston - 4x800 Relay - 7th Place - 9:05.07

Angel Arreola - 3200 Run - 8th Place - 10:31.88

Austin Nettrauer, Alijhia Rainey, Efren Ortega, Jordan Williams - 4x200 Relay - 8th Place - 1:42.98

Non-Scoring Places:



Team Scores:

Carroll 109

Homestead 109

Northwood 63

New Haven 54

Leo 51

Goshen 50

Columbia City 50

Bremen 33

Woodlan 21

Heritage 14

Churubusco 12

Prairie Heights 11

Madison Grant 8
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The Goshen Girls Track and Field squad finished 16th out of 22 teams on Saturday at Purdue Fort Wayne. All the relays dropped times and improved from the week before (a grand total of 1 min in dropped time)! Mallory Wood placed 3rd in Pole Vault with a height of 7'0 and both Sasha Ramos (Shot Put: 32' 4.25") and Brandi Smith (Long Jump: 15' 4.25") placed 10th in their events ... See MoreSee Less

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Fairfield 8th grade basketball:

Congratulations to the undefeated and Jr NECC champions, the 8th grade Fairfield Falcons. Fairfield knocked off Lakeland 29-16 Friday evening in the finals. Scoring for Fairfield were Brea Garber with 15 points, Bailey Willard 7, Morgan Gawthrop 3, Jessica Tharp and Lauren Wuthrich added 2 each. Fairfield ends the season with a 16-0 record. Way to go ladies!
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