Harrison HS announces new head football coach

Harrison Raiders (Photo Provided/Harrison High School)
Harrison Raiders (Photo Provided/Harrison High School)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Harrison High School’s Athletic Department announces that Terry Peebles will be the new head football coach beginning in the 2014 season. According to a media release from Harrison High School, Peebles has over 15 years experience at the college and university level.

Peebles is 1991 graduate of Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, where he led them to a 1991 semi-state championship. He played collegiality at Hanover College where he was a two-time All American quarterback at the NCAA Division III level. In 1995, Terry was the Division III National Player of the Year where he set nine NCAA single season passing records.

Peebles coaching credentials include serving as the offensive coordinator at Benedictine University, Waynesburg College, Hanover College, Carthage College, and most recently Bluffton University in Bluffton, Ohio. His teams have set numerous school, conference, and national records.

Peebles plans to incorporate multiple offenses, and an aggressive defensive scheme as the leader of the Raider program. He is a very competitive person and will set high expectations for our athletes.

Peebles will also teach in the Physical Education Department at Harrison beginning in the fall.

Peebles’ recommendation will be presented to the Tippecanoe School Corporation’s Board of School Trustees at their meeting Wednesday night.

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