Where are they Now?

Brandon Paschal

2002 Graduate

2002 Baseball State Final Award Winner

After high school, I attended Purdue University and graduated with a B.S. degree in Engineering and Technology Education and an Associate degree in Organizational Leadership and Supervision.  In 2006, I was inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau, an honorary fraternity for technology professionals.  In December 2002 I married Megan Mosson.  We have been blessed with 3 wonderful children, Aubrey, Adelynne, and Nolan.  I am currently in my 7th year of teaching at Plainfield Community Middle School.  In 2010, I started a lawn care business, Patriot Lawns.  At different times I have coached golf and baseball, but my family and my lawn care business have become the primary focus of my time outside the classroom.  Life since high school has brought several trials along with many blessings.  God has been good to me and my family. I have learned that Romans 8:28 is real in my life, “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.”






Gene Milner, Rossville 1963, Butler 1967

1965 Married Carrie (Blue) Milner (2 Children…Boy Chris, Girl Laura)

1968-70 Coaching- Clinton Central

1971-73 Coaching-Lafayette Harrison

1973-76 Coaching-Rensselaer

1976-94 Self Employed and Owned & Operated GMI Computers in Greencastle Indiana

1983 to Present- Publisher of  the Indiana High School Basketball Record Book

1984 to Present- Job Placement Director for the IBCA (Indiana Basketball Coaches Association)

2003 to Present – Editor for the Underclass Showcase Books (Boys & Girls)

2004 to Present – IBCA Website Coordinator www.ibcacoaches.com

2006 IBCA Virgil Sweet Award

Virgil Sweet Distinguished Service Award

      I appreciate the honor given me by the IBCA (Indiana Basketball Coaches Association) this year. This was the Virgil Sweet Award and I am honored to receive this award.  It is given to individuals for providing “meritorious service in the promotion of basketball in the state of Indiana.” (2006)

2007 Inducted into Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame


In March of 2007 I was fortunate and honored to be Inducted into the basketball Hall of Fame.  This is an honor that cannot be achieved alone…Family, friends, coaches, fans, and teammates are essential parts of this accomplishment.  I am not sure that I measure up to the individuals already in the Hall and I am humbled to be included.  Thank you to all of the people that played a part in all of this.


2013 Living with Wife Carrie on a farm just north of Greencastle and still working for the IBCA (Indiana Basketball Coaches Association)  Job Placement – Indiana High School Basketball Record Book Publisher – Showcase Underclass Book Editor (Boys & Girls)-IBCA Website Coordinator




Jennifer Jacoby

1991 Miss Indiana Basketball


After high school Jennifer went on to play at Purdue University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology.   From there she played professional basketball in the ABL in Portland Oregon for two years.  She then went on to Indiana University as assistant coach for 2 years,  Miami of Ohio as an assistant for one year.  She then continued on to Illinois where she was an assistant for two years.  She then went on to coach high school basketball at Benton Central for 2 years.  She then changed her career path and became the athletic director at Cathedral High School for 2 years.  She went back into coaching for 1 year at Clinton Central.  She is currently at Knightstown where she has been the athletic director for 5 years.