Indian Hill High School (IHHS) is pleased to announce the search for the next leader for the Braves Boys’ Lacrosse Team is over; September 10 the Indian Hill Board of Education unanimously approved Jamey Foley as the new head coach. Coach Foley comes to Indian Hill High School with more than 15 years of experience in coaching and mentoring high school athletes.
“I am absolutely honored and excited to be a part of such great community and program here at Indian Hill,” said Coach Foley. “I’m looking forward to building on the great success the Indian Hill program has experienced, and with the support of the community and the hard work of the players and coaches, taking Indian Hill lacrosse to a new level.”
Coach Foley founded Headlines Lacrosse in 2015 where he has coached elite-level players in the Cincinnati area. He has been active in the Lakota lacrosse community for the last five years; last year, Coach Foley coached the Lakota East Junior High Boys’ Lacrosse Team to a 14-5 record, earning the highest seed in the state tournament in program history.
“We are thrilled to bring Coach Foley’s knowledge and experience to Indian Hill High School to continue to grow the already incredibly talented student-athletes during the upcoming season,” said IHHS Athletic Director Matt Haskamp. “I want to thank all of our players, parents, and community members who have offered assistance during this selection process.”
Photo caption: Coach Jamey Foley was approved as the new Boys’ Lacrosse leader for Indian Hill High School during the September 10 Board of Education meeting.