Girls Basketball Coaches

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Todd Law - Head Coach

Oak Hill Lady Eagles Head Coach

Coach Law is entering his 14th season as head coach of the Oak Hill Lady Eagles Basketball Team and is beginning his 31st year of coaching overall. . He has amassed a career record of 241-69 for an overall 78% winning percentage ranking seventh over all other schools in the state of Indiana regardless of their enrollment classification.  When looking at his past 12 seasons, his teams have a record of 233-56 for an 81% winning percentage ranking fifth over all other schools in the state of Indiana regardless of their enrollment classification. His teams have won 5 sectional titles (2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2017), 4 regional championships (2007; 2008; 2009; 2017), 3 semi-state championships (2008; 2009; 2017), and made 3 trips to the state finals (2008; 2009; 2017). His teams have won 6 Grant Four championships (2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2014; 2017) and 8 conference championships (2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2017). Eight players have gone on to play college basketball on some form of basketball scholarship including 2010 Indiana Miss Basketball Courtney Moses (Delks) who had a tremendous career for the Lady Boilers of Purdue University.


Honors and Awards

Coach Law has been awarded the Chronicle-Tribune Coach of the Year six times throughout his 13-year career as the Lady Eagles girls basketball coach.  He was also awarded the IBCA District II Coach of the Year in 2007 and spoke at the IBCA Coach’s Clinic. Coach Law was honored to coach in the North vs. South Indiana All-Star Classic in 2009.

Giving Back

Coach Law believes in the importance of teaching his teams to give back to the community that is so very supportive of them. Service projects are an important component to each season. Through the years, community projects have included assisting the elderly, Kids Hope, Feed My Starving Children, community clean up projects, working at the Ark ministries, and coaching elementary basketball to name a few. Coach Law encourages his girls to be role models both on and off the court to those around them.  

Born and Raised in Grant County

Coach Law was born and raised in Grant County. He is a 1984 graduate of Oak Hill High School where he was a 3-year letterman in basketball.  The basketball teams he played on had a combined record of 50-17 winning 75% of their games. These teams also won two Grant 4 championships and a conference championship. Coach Law still ranks 7th best in Oak Hill history on the All-Time career free throw percentage list at 83%.  Coach Law also was a 3-year letterman in baseball at Oak Hill as he played on teams that were a combined 50-21 for a 70% winning percentage and these teams won 3 conference championships and a sectional championship. Coach Law also earned a letter in Golf his senior year.


Education

Coach Law graduated from Taylor University in 1988 with a B.S. degree in physical education and later added a psychology endorsement.  He then went on to earn his Master’s degree from the University of Saint Francis in school counseling.  Coach Law is currently a school counselor at Oak Hill High School along with his duties as the girls’ basketball coach.

Early Coaching Career

Coach Law’s 30 year coaching career started at Oak Hill as a senior in high school as an assistant 8th grade football coach.  Then as a sophomore in college he became the 7th grade boys basketball coach at Oak Hill and was promoted to the boys 9th grade basketball coach for the following two seasons.  Upon college graduation he took a teaching job at Manchester High School where he was the offensive coordinator for the varsity football team which won back to back sectional championships as well as the junior varsity boys basketball coach.  Coach Law then became the head boys’ basketball coach for the next 6 years at Southwood High School and was an elementary physical education teacher.  He then got out of head coaching for the next 6 years as he wanted to be home more with his wife Valerie and children.  Coach Law was an assistant football coach at Oak Hill from 1996-2000 as well as an assistant football coach for Southwood High School from 2001-2003 and was a part of the Southwood football coaching staff as they won the State Championship in 2003.  Coach Law also coached 8th grade girls’ basketball from 2001-2003 at Southwood before coming to Oak Hill in 2004 in his current position.

Family and Hobbies

Coach Law is married to his wife (Valerie) who is an elementary school counselor at Southwood Elementary School and they have two children (Michael & Brooke).  Coach Law enjoys doing things with his family; golfing; fishing; watching college football & basketball as well as NFL football.  Coach is an avid Indiana University sports fan as well as Indianapolis Colts fan.  Coach Law is also a sponsor for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Oak Hill and was previously a deacon at the Converse Church of Christ.

Blessed

When asked what his greatest memory as a coach has been, he responded, “God has blessed me with so many great teams, players and coaches to work with that there are way too many great memories to list just one.”



    
 
 Kerri Barcomb - JV Coach

Kerri Barcomb begins her first season with the Oak Hill Lady Eagles as the Junior Varsity Coach.  Coach Barcomb graduated from Marion High School in 1999 where she played volleyball and basketball.  Coach Barcomb then went on to play basketball at Indiana Wesleyan University where they won the NCCAA National Championship in 2002 and the NAIA National Tournament.  Kerri graduated in 2003.  Coach Barcomb's coaching experience includes being a greaduate assistant for two years at St. Ambrose University, Eastbrook High School's Freshman and JV coach for two years, and an assistant coach at IWU for five years.

Coach Barcomb is an Administrative Assistant at Mt. Olive UMC.  She is married to Bill.  He is a K9 Officer for the Grant County Sheriff's Department.  They have two daughters, Aubree (8) and AJ (6).


Marc Planck - Vol. Asst. coach

Coach Planck enters his 13th season as an assistant coach for our Oak Hill Lady Eagles Basketball Team.  Coach Planck brings an enormous amount of experience to our program as he has 31 years of basketball coaching experience at various levels.


Coach Planck was the Lady Eagles Basketball Head Coach from 1993-2000 winning a Grant 4 Championship in 1998.  Coach Planck coached Lady Eagle Erin Rhodes who went on to play collegiate basketball at Indiana State University.


Coach Planck is a 1976 graduate of Mississinewa High School where he was a standout player in both basketball and baseball.  Coach Planck attended Marion University (now Indiana Wesleyan University) where he played four years of collegiate basketball for the Wildcats earning the conference “6th Man” award his sophomore year.


Coach Planck is married to wife Beth who is a marketing agent for Family Life Care.  They have two children (Tyler & Trevor) who were both successful athletes at Oak Hill in the early 2000’s.


Coach Planck enjoys doing yard work and construction projects in his free time.  Coach Planck’s favorite memory as a Lady Eagle coach are the three trips to the state finals in 2008, 2009, and 2017.




 
Jon Gillespie - Freshman Coach

Coach Gillespie began his coaching career with the Lady Eagles in 2008. He is currently the Lady Eagles Freshmen coach. Coach Gillespie is a 1984 graduate from Southwood High School and a 1988 graduate from Ball State University. While in high school Coach Gillespie ran cross country as well as played basketball and baseball.  His coaching experience is not limited to basketball as he also coached Pal Club Soccer and Little league baseball.


Coach Gillespie is the Operations and Financial Manager of GB Enterprises. When he is not coaching, he enjoys playing golf and spending time with his family. He is married to Jody. She is a Certified Imaging Navigator/Mammographer for Marion General Hospital.  They have two children, Grant and Holly. Coach Gillespie’s greatest memory was the Lady Eagles trip to the 2A state final game at Lucas Oil Stadium in 2009.
 
 Rob Schwarze - Vol. Asst. Coach

Coach Schwarze has been with the Oak Hill Lady Eagles Basketball Program for the past several seasons as either the seventh grade coach or in his current position as a varsity assistant. Coach Schwarze is an Oak Hill graduate. He competed in cross country, basketball, and track & field. Once in college at Taylor University, he participated in basketball for two years and track & field.  Coach Schwarze’s favorite memories include anytime a small word of encouragement  finds a home in one of our athletes.


Coach Schwarze has been in pastoral ministry the past 32 years and is currently the pastor at Hemlock Friends Church in Kokomo, Indiana.  Coach Schwarze’s wife, Brenda, teaches a special education life skills class at Sweetser Elementary. They have two children, Staci and Sean, and three grandchildren.  Favorite activities include writing, photography, spending as much time as possible with Brenda, and traveling to visit old friends.

 
 Rodger Cameron - Vol. Asst. coach

Coach Cameron has been an Oak Hill Lady Eagle coach since 2006. Eight years were spent coaching the eighth grade girls team and he has been a varsity assistant since 2013. Coach Cameron’s past coaching experiences also include three years of coaching football and two years coaching girls track.  As a graduate of Eastern High School, he competed in basketball, football, and baseball. His favorite coaching memory is the Lady Eagles eighth grade undefeated season in 2006.


Coach Cameron is the owner of Cameron Construction. He is married to Vickie. She works as an insurance agent for Norris Insurance in Converse.  They have a daughter, Brooke, and three grandchildren that keep them pretty busy. In his spare time, Rodger enjoys traveling and attending his grandchildren’s sporting events.
 
 Randy Hosier - Vol. Asst. Coach

Coach Randy Hosier begins his first season with the Oak Hill Lady Eagles as a volunteer coach.  Coach Hosier graduated from Marion High School in 1969 where he competed in cross country, basketball, and track & field. Coach Hosier comes to us with over 27 years of experience.  Coach Hosier helped run a Girls AAU organization called The Indiana Warriors for approximately 20 years.  He, also, was a volunteer coach for the Marion Lady Giants for 5 years.  After his daughter’s graduation from Indiana Wesleyan University, in 2003, Coach Hosier began assisting Steve Brooks as a volunteer coach at IWU.  He helped coach the Lady Wildcats to two National Championships in 2007 and again in 2013.  He remained there until 2016. Coach Hosier is married to his wife Peg who currently volunteers at Mount Olive church preschool.  They have two children, Mark in Delphi, Indiana and Kerri Barcomb in Sweetser.  They have four grandchildren.  Coach Hosier recently retired after 47 years from his position with Ardagh Glass Container.
Cody Hunt - 8th Grade coach

Coach Hunt returns to coaching for the first time since the 2013-2014 season. A proud graduate of Oak Hill High School and a college graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, Cody is a resident pastor at Church of Christ at Treaty. He is married to Heather, a proud former Lady Eagle Basketball player herself. Heather is a case manager at Deborah Corn Foster Care Agency. They are parents to Wilson and Benjamin.  


A lifelong basketball student and fanatic, Cody is in his second stint with the Oak Hill Lady Eagles program, as he was apart of the high school coaching staff in 2012-2013, before coaching 8th grade for the first time. His favorite memory of coaching  is seeing the development of his current and former players have made on the basketball court, as well as in life. Cody loves the Indiana Hoosiers, the Chicago Cubs, and the Indiana Pacers, as well as the Oak Hill Golden Eagles!

 

Danielle Thompson - 7th Grade Coach

Coach Thompson is a 2013 Oak Hill High School graduate. She competed in basketball, cross country, and track. A few of her major accomplishments include earning the O Club Leadership Award, Marie Kempher Award, and was All Conference in basketball and track for three years. Coach Thompson also holds two track and field records.


Coach Thompson attended Vincennes University with a cross country and track scholarship. She graduated in 2015 with a general studies degree.  Coach Thompson works as an account tech/processor at Insurance Management Group and waitresses at Grains and Grill.


Her fondest Oak Hill Basketball memories were of all the friends she has made through the years; there will never be a closer bond than yound ladies who all have the same desire to work hard and WIN every time we hit the floor.


 
Rick Hasty - 6th Grade coach & Elementary Coordinator

Coach Rick Hasty is entering his 18th year of coaching elementary girls basketball at Oak Hill.  Coach Hasty has also coached girls recreational softball, travel team softball, and boys elementary basketball.  


Coach Hasty played 4 years of basketball, 3 years baseball, 2 years tennis, 2 years football, and 1 year of track and field at Madison Grant. His most notable experience was winning the basketball CIC and Grant Four tournament in 1987. He continued his athletic career playing 4 years basketball at Manchester University. It was there that he gained an understanding and appreciation for what is expected at competing at the Division III college level.  Coach Hasty says that his most rewarding memory as a coach has been seeing the players develop their skills over the years.


He is in his 26th year working at Brad Howell Ford in Greentown as an auto sales representative. Coach Hasty is married to his wife, Jackie. She is a former Oak Hill elementary teacher and junior high volleyball, basketball, and track and field coach. She is currently a Norwex Sales Leader. They have been married for 26 years and have three children; Brooke,  Jenessa, and Lucas.  In his spare time, Coach Hasty enjoys helping out on the family farm.