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Written By Ink Free News / Sports on Monday, October 19, 2020

Jack Carpenter, shown here at Augusta National Golf Club, has been hired as the new boys golf coach at Warsaw Community High School. Photo provided

Press Release

WARSAW – A familiar face has been chosen to guide the Warsaw boys golf program.

Jack Carpenter has been announced as the new coach of the Tiger program, having a generation of coaching experience in and around the high school scene.

Carpenter coached at Triton High School for 22 years, both boys and girls golf, and helped the Trojans to a sectional championship and five regional appearances. Triton twice advanced to the IHSAA State Finals as a team and Carpenter guided several golfers to area and regional success, including his own children – TJ, Griffyn and Quentyn, in their golf careers at Triton.

Over his tenure at Triton, Carpenter accumulated 255 dual wins and eight conference championships.

Carpenter is a Bethel University graduate and has been teaching at Triton Elementary for 35 years. He was inducted into the Bethel Athletic Hall of Fame after a successful set of basketball and golf careers, and is also in the Triton High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

In a statement, the well-established golf enthusiast Carpenter said, “I myself am an avid golfer and I believe that my golf experiences can aid in developing kids into competitive golfers and creating a very competitive team.”

Carpenter replaces Rich Haddad, who guided the Tigers for two years, three counting this past spring’s canceled season.

Posted In: Boy's Sports > Golf