(12-23-22) Carla Siegel, a 1989 Ft. Loramie grad, last night picked up her 500th career coaching win for her alma mater, beating Houston 60-20 in a Shelby County League game.

1999-2000 Siegel’s 1st Ft. Loramie team as the head coach, she replaced Dave McFeeley and was an assistant coach during some of those years.

1999-2000 Ft. Loramie Girls Basketball Team

OHSAA Coaching Wins, All-time (minimum 400)

810 – Ed Zink, Beavercreek (810-277) (1975-2021)
707 – Mary Jo Huismann, Cincinnati Mother of Mercy and Oxford Talawanda (707-372), 1972-2020
700 – Dave Butcher, Pickerington North (700-99) (Through 2014)
689 – Dave Schlabach, Berlin Hiland (689-99)
675 – Jerry Sigler, Sylvania Northview (675-177)
657 – Karen Wittrock, Rocky River Lutheran West (657-198)
653 – Denny Schrock, Doylestown Chippewa (1979-2003, 2011- ) & Jackson (2004-2006) (653-141)
645 – Tim Gabbard, Waynesville (645-364) (1979-2022)
624 – Tom Davis, East Canton (624-230)
619 – Ed Foulk, Springfield Kenton Ridge (619-176) (through 2017)
605 – Bob Beutel, Gilmour Academy (605-181)
601 – Richard Kiser, Sardinia Eastern (601-167)
576 – Tim Tucker, Castalia Margaretta (576-256)
572 – Ron Moschella, Youngstown Boardman (572-155)
556 – Christina Hart, Kettering Archbishop Alter (556-240) 1994-2020
548 – Pat Diulus, South Euclid Regina (548-82)
542 – Steve Lucius, New Riegel (1985-2015) (542-145) Retired
538 – Andra Bell, Upper Sandusky (538-207)
534 – Joe Lang, Columbus Bishop Ready (534-366) 1980-2021 Retired
518 – Dennis Overstake, (518-210) Greenfield McClain (1978-2013), Mt. Orab Western Brown (2015-2017)
515 – Reggie Lee, Columbus Brookhaven (515-155)
506 – Toby Sheets, Fayetteville (506-263) (through 2021)
500 – Tim Converse, West Jefferson (1983-2021) (500-332),
500 – Carla Siegel, Fort Loramie (Through 2022)

Siegel has led the Redskins to three OHSAA D IV State tiles…in 2021 the Redskins beat McDonald 60-26, establishing a record for the largest margin of victory in an OHSAA Division IV final. Siegel’s other titles came in 2013 and 2015. Overall she is now 500-120.

Did you know…

Ft. Loramie was 26-0 during the 2019-20 pandemic season…the Redskins were headed to the D IV title game when the OHSAA canceled all of the championship games.

Division IV

  • Willoughby Cornerstone Christian (22-5) vs. No. 1 Fort Loramie (26-0), Thursday, 6 p.m.
  • Fort Frye (26-2) vs. No. 8 Minster (22-5), Thursday, 8 p.m.

Division IV State Championship: Saturday, 2 p.m.