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Friday, June 21, 2019

ALBION – Tyler Schuller is out as athletic director at Central Noble Schools.

According to minutes of a special school board meeting held June 4th, the board voted 4-0 to replace Schuller with David Bremer.


Schuller came to Albion from Delphi three years ago saying he wanted to move the athletic program forward and put competitive teams on the field.

During that time Central Noble claimed 6 sectionals, 4 regionals, 1 semi-state and 1 state championship along with 8 Northeast Corner Conference champions. A number of individuals also earned championships.

Schuller took to Twitter Thursday afternoon saying he was saddened that he was not given the opportunity to continue as athletic director, adding -quote- “but as people come and go, the true tragedy would be forgetting what these athletes have done at C-N.”

MLB:
Texas 4, Cleveland 2
Cubs 7, Mets 4 – Anthony Rizzo hits a 2-run double to give the Cubs a 4-3 lead over the Mets. Chicago beat New York 7-4

The first round of the NBA draft last night saw Cleveland take Vanderbilt point guard Darius Garland with fifth overall pick.

The Chicago Bulls picked seventh and took North Carolina point guard Coby White.

The Pistons used the 15th pick to take French small forward Sekou Doumbouya.

The Pacers also went international, taking 6-11 center Goga Bitadze from Serbia.

I-U small forward Romeo Langford went to the Boston Celtics with the fourteenth pick.

Purdue star Carsen Edwards was drafted 33rd by Philadelphia and is reportedly also headed to the Celtics.



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