New coach wants Center Grove basketball to be special


Zach Hahn, who at 26 is in his first summer of presiding over his own camp. A player on Butler’s back-to-back NCAA runner-up teams, Hahn is a first-time varsity head coach. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal

Looking around Center Grove High School’s empty West Gym recently, Zach Hahn, as point guards are known to do, thought ahead.

“This gym is obviously really, really neat. It brings back memories for me playing at New Castle, just a smaller version,” Hahn said of the 2,750-seat octagon used as home court by the boys basketball program a handful of times each season.

“But at the same time, my ultimate goal would be that we don’t use this facility at all because we bring so many people to the games who want to be involved with the program.”

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