Boys Varsity Basketball · Fishers announces Garrett Winegar as Boys Basketball Head Coach


Fishers High School Welcomes New Varsity Basketball Coach

FISHERS, Ind. (May 27, 2020) — Fishers High School would like to announce the hiring of Garrett Winegar as the new Head Varsity Basketball Coach.  Winegar will replace Matt Moore, who led the Tigers for the past three seasons and recently accepted a position at Warsaw High School. The appointment was approved at the May 27, 2020 school board meeting.

Coach Winegar comes to the Tigers after serving Warren Central as the head coach for the 2019-20 season.  Coach Winegar led the Warriors to an 18-6 record and concluded the season with a close loss to the Lawrence North Wildcats. Coach Winegar has taught in the physical education department and has been on the basketball staff at Warren since 2016.

Prior to his assignments with Warren, Coach Winegar spent some time in the Bloomington area and was on staff with the Bloomington South program.

Coach Winegar is a 2014 Graduate of Indiana University with a BS in Sports Communication and a 2015 Graduate of the IU Community of Teachers Program. Winegar will teach in the physical education department at Fishers High School.

“We are excited to welcome Garrett Winegar to Fishers High School,” says FHS Athletic Director, Rob Seymour. “We believe that Coach Winegar brings a dynamic set of skills that will add value to our physical education department, our basketball program, and our athletic department. We look forward to the leadership and the impact that Coach Winegar will have on the Fishers community.”

When asked about his move to Fishers, Winegar shared, “My wife and I are extremely excited to join the Tigers family and begin this journey leading the Fishers basketball program. We love this community, and I am ecstatic about the opportunity to mentor the young men who will represent Fishers on the court, in the classroom and in our community.

My vision for the program is to develop high character kids who work hard, put the team first, and become leaders. Our program puts an extreme emphasis on player skill and personal development, and in our program kids will reach their basketball potential and become better young men, leading to on court success as a team.”

Coach Winegar and his wife, Sable, just celebrated the birth of their son, Guyton Scott, this past April.