Memorial Chargers Boys Basketball

Coach’s Note

Last year the team played consistently all season long.  We shared the NLC championship for their hard work.  We finished with a record of 16-7.  From that team, we graduated six seniors. This off-season the guys continued to improve as individuals and a team.
This fall we had an opportunity to volunteer with Feed My Starving Children for the fifth time.  We continue to look forward to our team dinners and team events!
This year we have three returning lettermen from last year.  We are going to be a different team from last year graduating six seniors.  However, we have guys that work hard all the time and leave it all on the floor! We are looking forward to another great year!   #LovetheProcess #ChargerGrit #EMBB #FinalCharge

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Kyle Sears, Head Coach

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Coach’s Information

Coach Sears is a 2002 graduate of Elkhart Memorial and 2006 graduate of Bethel College.  While at Bethel, he graduated with an Adolescent Studies/Youth Ministry Degree.  Following graduation, Coach Sears taught at Jimtown Intermediate School for 4 years, while coaching basketball at Elkhart Memorial for 3 of those 4 years. In 2012, he was hired as a math teacher at Memorial, and in the summer of 2014, he was hired has the head basketball coach.

Coach Sears works hard to create a solid foundation for his players, both on and off the court. His team has worked in conjunction with Elkhart Central’s basketball team to host basketball camps. His team also volunteers with numerous non-profit organizations, as well as mentors youth at Woodland Elementary. Outside of community service, his team also enjoys attending college games together, as well as spending days at the lake together.

Coach Sears’ professional accomplishments include playing semi-professional ball for the Hammond Rollers and the Elkhart Express, NAIA Honorable Mention All-American, 2-time NCCAA All American, 2-time team MVP and 2-time Academic All-American.

Kyle credits his great support system, in his family.  His wife, Kara, teaches at Elkhart Memorial in the FACS department.  His children, Payton and Ethan, both attend Mary Feeser Elementary.