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Brooke Todd Resigns as Switzerland County Girls Varsity Basketball Coach

Todd led the Lady Pacers to three consecutive winning seasons.

(Vevay, Ind.) - Switzerland County High School is looking for a new girls varsity basketball coach. 

Brooke Todd resigned the position, which was approved by the school board on Monday. 

Todd replaced Mark Boggs has Lady Pacers head coach in 2021. In her three seasons as head coach, Todd led Switzerland County to three winning seasons and an overall record of 44-29. 

"She did a great job," said athletic director Brian Graham. "We hate to see her go." 

Graham added that Todd "loves Switzerland County" and it was not an easy decision for her give up coaching. She will maintain her teaching role within the school corporation. 

Todd is likely to be a Switzerland County Athletics Hall of Famer. During her playing days, she was a four-year letter winner, and helped lead the Lady Pacers to four consecutive Rivertown Classic championships, where she was twice MVP. She also helped Switzerland County to their most recent sectional championship in 2015. 

The next Switzerland County girls varsity basketball coach will inherit a program that has had five consecutive winning seasons. 


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