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We are proud to announce Cody LeCount as the new Head Coach at Delta High School. LeCount was the Head Assistant at Carmel High School the past three years and while there was a part of three Top 8 placements at the IHSWCA Team State Duals (8th/5th/7th), along with three IHSAA Sectional Team Titles and three IHSAA Regional Team Titles. He was also involved in the programs 12 IHSAA State Qualifiers and 5 IHSAA State Placers in the last three seasons.

While in high school LeCount’s overall record was 184-2. He was a IHSAA State Runner Up at 126lb in 2012 and was a 2x IHSAA State Champion (132lbs in 2013 / 145lbs in 2014). He was tabbed as the 2014 Indy Star Wrestler of the year. He was also a 2012 Fargo National Runner Up in freestyle and finished his career ranked 8th in the country.

LeCount went on to wrestle in college at Central Michigan University and while there had a 24-9 division one record, a 3x college open placer, a 4th place finish at the 2015 MAC tournament, and was named to the 2015 NWCA Freshman All-American team. He then went on to wrestle at Marian University where later on he suffered an injury and was not able to compete.

LeCount brings a lot of energy and excitement to the program along with the hard work and success it takes to get to the top. Please help us in congratulating our new head coach Cody LeCount! 


I was born and raised in Rushville, IN, I attended both Rushville Consolidated HS and New Castle Chrysler HS, ultimately graduating from RCHS. I then attended Indiana University East where I received my A.S. degree in Business Administrations. Wrestling has been a passion of mine since the age of 5, which makes being a part of the DWC fulfilling for me personally. Wrestling is by far the most intense and rewarding sport there is, but I think the character building it creates for each individual wrestler is why it’s the best. We got introduced to the Delta Wrestling Club by a friend of mine who has a son the same age as my oldest son. At the time we lived in New Castle but decided to make the drive, so they could start their wrestling journey together. After just few short months it became clear that this was just more than a place for kids to wrestle, the Delta Wrestling Club was a family, and they were more than happy to have us there. That transitioned into helping coach at the club the following year, to which I was delighted to be asked to help out. After really getting to know all the great families and them finding out about my financial background, they asked me to join them in helping make DWC a legitimate club. Through a lot of hard work from everyone, we established Delta Wrestling Club Inc and I was nominated as the Board Treasurer, to which I’ve served for the last 2 years. My family and I moved into the Delta area last year, we made the move based off three decisions, its’ closer to my work, closer to the wrestling room and the Delta area schools are great. My wife and I have 2 boys, one who has been wrestling at the club for 4 year and one that will start at the club this year, my wife loves the comradery she has with the other club moms, as well. Our family feels privileged to be a part of the best wrestling club in Delaware County, we look forward to many years ahead with our wrestling family.


I grew up in Rushville, IN until around 7th grade when we then moved to New Castle. My dad had wrestled in High School and my older cousin Josh also wrestled. It was something that just became a part of our family. My brother Mick and I started wrestling at 4 and 5 years old. We spent many weekends traveling around the state and country competing as kids. In 1997 we moved to New Castle largely due to the success of the wrestling program and coach Rex Peckinpaugh. As a High School wrestler for the Trojans I was able to become a 4 X Sectional, Regional, and Conference Champion, 3 X Semi-State Champion, 4 X State Qualifier placing 7th, 5th and Runner-Up with a 211-13 record. After High School I had the privilege to help coach a few programs in the east central Indiana area. I started to miss competing and chose to get into jiu jitsu and boxing. From 2004-2012 I competed as a professional mixed martial artist. I was able to travel the country to train and fight with some of the top athletes in the world.

After I met my wife Kara, I went back to school and became a Registered Respiratory Therapist. When deciding where we were going to raise our kids the wrestling program was always in the discussion! I have been a part of the Delta Wrestling Club in one way or another for 5 years now. This will be the fifth-year wrestling for our 8-year-old Lennon and the second year for our 5-year-old Jett. We also have an older son Camdyn who is there supporting them every weekend they compete! Wrestling is more than a sport to me. It has been and always will be a big part of my life. It allows kids at a young age to set personal goals, make sacrifices, take responsibility, and have pride in what they do on and off the mat. This is usually without much recognition. I have built lifetime bonds and friendships with teammates and coaches that I consider my brothers. Watching our club kids build those same relationships that I did so many years ago makes my love for wrestling that much stronger.


I was born in Sioux Falls, SD but thanks to my dad's job I've lived in Vermont, New Hampshire, Arizona, Montana, Connecticut, and of course Indiana. I graduated from Carmel High School in 2003 and attended Ball State University where I received my B.S. degree in Human Resources and Organizational Development. While attending Ball State, I met my husband, Nick, who was a Delta graduate. After graduation, I worked at the Department of Veterans Affairs managing veteran's disability benefits. In September 2011, Nick and I had our first child, Luke. Nick was a medical student at IU School of Medicine at the time so I made the decision to become a stay at home mom. Once Nick completed medical school, we took off to Connecticut for Nick to complete his anesthesia training. While in Connecticut, we welcomed our second son, Joey. While we loved New England, Indiana was calling us back. Nick took a job with Ball Memorial here in Muncie and we officially moved back in July 2016. In June 2017, we had our daughter, Taylor, who completed our family.

I am also on the board at First Presbyterian Pre-school. My husband and I are also involved in Delta Little League. We are committed to setting our kids up for success. 

Back in 2017, we put our son Luke into wrestling as a means for him to gain confidence. Little did we know how much he would love it and that it would grow into a passion for our whole family. Joey joined him on the mat in 2019 and you can't miss Taylor sporting her headgear and singlet at practices and meets. The coaches at our club bring unique experience and knowledge which has taught our kids many important life skills they can use on and off the mat. Delta wrestling has truly become a second home for us. 

In the very few minutes of spare time I have, I enjoy running, traveling, and completing projects at our house. 


I was born and raised in the hills of West Virginia. I attended West Virginia University where I received my B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering. Later I completed my M.S. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. Outside of Wrestling, I also stay busy serving on the Metro Football board, coaching Youth Football as well as coaching Travel Baseball for the Dingers organization. My family and I also serve regularly at our church, The Gathering Muncie in various capacities. Additionally, I also serve on other non-profit boards both locally and nationally. I am passionate about wrestling because it is the greatest and most intense Individual Team sport in the universe. It forces you to grow and push yourself both mentally and physically. When my wife and 4 children moved to the Muncie area in 2016, we asked several folks in several communities and counties about Wrestling, as well as other sports. Delta Wrestling was always well respected and held in high regards by everyone we spoke to inside of Delaware County as well as surrounding counties. The coaching is some of the best around and there is good competition in wrestling room to help push the wrestlers to the next level. My boys have wrestled in multiple clubs and in multiple states. Delta Wrestling Club is probably the best experience we have had anywhere across the U.S.


I was born in Muncie, IN, but spent most of my young childhood in Sarasota, FL. As a freshman in high school, I moved back to Muncie and attended Delta High School. Coming from a populous, diverse school system to Delta was undoubtedly a culture shock and had its fair share of challenges. However, one thing that stood out and helped shape who I am today was Delta’s enthusiasm for their athletic programs. As a school system, I believe there is no other school system that is more supportive of, or as passionate about its athletes. For this reason, I became a three season athlete at Delta High School; running Cross Country, swimming and running track. I found most of my personal success in cross country, but more importantly became passionate about the physical and mental importance that competing and being part of a team takes.

After High School, I attended Ball State University and earned my B.S. degree in Industry and technology with double minors in graphic arts and marketing. During my time at BSU I began running recreationally. Since, I have competed in numerous half marathons, triathlons and a full marathon. My passion for physical challenges has never left.

As a sophomore in college, I met my husband, Matt. At that time he was a professional M.M.A fighter. Watching the dedication it took to compete as a fighter was eye-opening and I soon found myself attending my very first wrestling meet. I was excited to become part of a wrestling family! Gaining a bonus son, Camdyn and then welcoming two other sons, I knew our family of all boys would have a future full of wrestling.

I am proud to say that my sons, Lennon (8 years old) and Jett (5 years old) are both a part of DWC and my husband Matt, is the club’s head coach. My passion for athletics started at Delta High School. Naturally, that, combined with marrying into a wrestling family meant there was only one place to call our home club! We are a proud Delta Wrestling family and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for not only my little grapplers, but for our entire wrestling family and the future of Delta Wrestling.


“No activity I know is more of a confidence builder and the same at time more humility training than wrestling.” 

James Leach


I was born in Warsaw, IN.  My family moved to Yorktown when I was going into the 4th grade. I had been homeschooled up to that point. My dad wrestled for Central High School.  I actually just lucked into wrestling. One fall day, when heading to gym class after lunch, head Yorktown Middle school coach, Tony Dargo, asked me if I had ever considered wrestling. I decided to jump in. From there I began my wrestling journey. My proudest accomplishments in my own career would be wrestling on a national team in Turkey, placing in ISWA state tournaments in freestyle/Greco.  Within IHSAA, I made it to the state tournament as a junior.  I continued within Yorktown wrestling after graduating by coaching my brothers for several years.  Two of my brothers went on to wrestle at Wabash and Purdue.  

My wife Holly was a Delta Eagle.  Her dad and uncle wrestled for Delta in the late 70s/early 80s.  We moved to the Delta area in 2007 when our oldest son, now a Freshman, was only one.  We got involved in Delta Wrestling a few years after my three younger brothers completed their high school careers at Yorktown. Our kids are 5th generation Delta Eagles!  Holly and I have always had a desire to serve and give back to our local community with a passion for children. Holly has been a special education teacher since 2004.  We have served and volunteered with the Eaton Baseball and Softball Association, our home church, Commonway, sponsor children through Food for the Hungry, as well as beginning to host community events in Eaton this year.

I am passionate about this sport because of the commitment to excellence it demands, the heart it requires of the athlete, and the character it builds.  Wrestling is unique among sports with its individual within a team aspect.  Eagle Pride!