Kregg Creamer has been approved as the new athletic director at Tippecanoe High School.
Creamer has been the AD at Dixie. Besides nine years of being an athletic director, Creamer also has been a varsity head coach for 16 years, covering four sports.
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He succeeds J.D. Foust, who took over at Tipp in 2016 and resigned to succeed Aaron Zupka as the AD at Middletown High School. Zupka accepted a similar position at Milford.
“We are eager to have Kregg lead our athletic department,” Tipp principal Steve Verhoff said in a statement. “He is well respected in the Miami Valley area and across the state. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the district.”
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Creamer takes over at Tipp on Aug. 1. Dixie has not named a successor to Creamer.
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