(4-3-23) Lima Central Catholic (LCC) announced today that veteran head basketball coach Frank Kill has stepped down.

Kill has been the T-Birds head coach since being hired in May of 2010 replacing Bob Seggerson. Kill took the position over after eight seasons as Seggerson’s assistant.

During his run at LCC he went 219-106 and won two OHSAA D III state championships (2014 & 2016).

Kill also replaced Ron Williams as AD in 2016 and is currently the assistant AD.

Kill is a Lincolnview grad who played for the Lancers 1996 State Runner-up and 1997 State Champion basketball teams.

D-III 2016 State Championship game LCC vs. Cleveland Villa Angelo-St. Joseph

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Press Release from Lima Central Catholic: LCC’s Frank Kill has decided to resign from his duties as head boys basketball coach and will be leaving the education field at the end of the school year to pursue a new chapter in his life. This new endeavor will focus on being more present with his family. Although he will no longer be in the building or on the bench, Frank and his wife, Kris, will still be around LCC, with their son Kenyon, a sophomore, and daughter Carolina, a freshman, enrolled as students.  

Lima Central Catholic High School would like to thank Mr. Kill for his nearly 21 years of service.  He has served LCC as a teacher, Athletic Director, assistant golf coach, assistant basketball coach, and as Head Coach for boys basketball. During his career, Coach Kill has been a part of five state championship teams and has helped build the LCC athletic tradition. More importantly Coach Kill has been a mentor to countless young men and women that have walked the halls of LCC. 

Please join LCC as we express our gratitude to Frank Kill for embodying and shaping the tradition of LCC and saying yes 21 years ago. LCC wishes the best for Mr. Kill and his family as they begin a new journey together.