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Tim Able

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Decatur Central High School

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Decatur Central High School

5251 Kentucky Avenue

Indianapolis, Indiana,46221

United States

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Employment History

Football Program

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Gridiron Strategies Feb-Mar 2005 Table of Contents

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by Tim Able Head Coach, Decatur Central High School, Indianapolis, Ind.


Gridiron Strategies Feb-Mar 2006 Table of Contents

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by Tim Able Head Football Coach, Decatur Central High School, Indianapolis, Ind.


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Tim Able, seen here coaching Decatur Central in 2008, resigned the same post at New Palestine High School this week after three years leading the Dragons' football program.
Tim Able, seen here coaching Decatur Central in 2008, resigned the same post at New Palestine High School this week after three years leading the Dragons' football program. / (Gary Moore/The Indianapolis Star) What made the success of New Palestine High School football coach Tim Able all the more remarkable is the reason he resigned earlier this week. Able, 52, led the Dragons to a 30-6 record -- including a sectional title in 2009 and Hoosier Heritage Conference titles in 2010 and '11 -- over the past three seasons while working 25 miles away in Decatur Township. He was hoping to be hired at New Palestine, but no jobs have opened, according to athletic director Al Cooper. "Last year I was getting to practice late," said Able, who works at two elementary schools. "(Able) is a great person and a great football coach. His record speaks for itself. He's been operating this way for three years and his success is amazing under the circumstances. It's a big, big loss for us. (But) we have a great community of football passion, so we'll rally around it." Able was previously coach at Decatur Central (eight years), East Noble (six) and North Davies (three), compiling a 125-98 overall record. "The kids as a whole were awesome to coach," Able said. What made the success of New Palestine High School football coach Tim Able all the more remarkable is the reason he resigned earlier this week.


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Tim Able has been fired after eight years as football coach at Decatur Central High School.
Able, 49, said he was asked to resign in January, but felt there was "not just cause"... - Feb 11, 2009 at 2:31 PM in Sports


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"When you get off to an 0-3 start, it's easy to slide under the radar," Decatur Central coach Tim Able said."Our kids knew all along we were better than what we were playing."The Hawks' early opponents couldn't have been much better.Losses were to teams with a collective 25-2 record -- 5A No. 10 Franklin Central (7-2), 5A No. 1 Pike (9-0) and 4A No. 3 Mooresville (9-0).Notably, the Hawks were the stiffest test for Pike, which rallied to win 24-23 in a game suspended by lightning Aug. 24 and completed Aug. 25."To our kids' credit, they fought back and recovered, and week by week we've gotten better," Able said.


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