Danbury Coach Keith Diebler to retire

Mar 26, 2024 | Sports | 0 comments


The Danbury Lakers boys basketball coach, Keith Diebler, announced his retirement on March 20. Diebler told his boys basketball team that “the timing is right.”

Diebler started his coaching career in 1977 and has been the Danbury Lakers coach for the last five seasons. Diebler’s record at Danbury is 30-87. The Danbury Lakers were 3-20 last season. Diebler is a 1970 graduate of Colonel Crawford High School and has a record of 415-444 in his career that spanned nearly five decades.

Diebler’s career started at Plymouth High School. He coached at Gibsonburg, Bowling Green, Fostoria, Genoa and Lakota. Diebler was also an assistant coach at Bowsher, and he coached the Danbury volleyball team. Diebler will return to be the head coach of the Danbury Lakers volleyball team, which made it to the district round this past season.

In 2005, Diebler led Upper Sandusky to a Division II state title and was their coach for six seasons. His son, Jake, was a senior and his younger son, Jon, was a sophomore on that team. While at Gibsonburg, Diebler won a pair of district titles and competed at the district level five other times. Jake was just named the men’s head basketball coach for the Ohio State University this past Sunday.

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