DeKalb grad Stuckey taking over Barons girls basketball program

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Courtesy: Southwestern High School

WATERLOO, Ind. (WANE) – DeKalb girls basketball has a new head coach as 2003 graduate Noah Stuckey has been hired to lead the Barons program in a return to his alma mater.

Stuckey spent the last five seasons at Southwestern High School in Shelbyville, posting a record of 65-51. According to the above social media post by the school he was Southwestern girls basketball’s all-time wins leader.

Stuckey takes over for Brett Eltzroth, who led DeKalb for six seasons and went 44-92.

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