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Coaching Staff

We are Indiana’s premier football camp with programs designed for every position and every age group. Whether you are trying out for the football team for the first time, or you are developing your skills as a seasoned player, SOS Football Camp is for you.


Graduated from Warren Central High School in May 1985. Graduated with a B.A from Purdue University in May 1990. Graduated with a Masters Degree in Education from Indiana Wesleyan in August 2000. Former Assistant Varsity Football Coach Kankakee Valley High School, 1991 Head Football Coach Lebanon High School, 1992-2000 Head Football Coach Franklin Central High School, 2001-2007 Head Football Coach Noblesville High School, 2008-present Founder/Director of the Scheib O'Hara Scheib Football Camp. 2 Year letter winner in football at Warren Central High School 1983-84, 2 Year letter winner in basketball at Warren Central High School 1983-84, 2 Year letter winner in track at Warren Central High School 1984-85, States leading receiver 1984, State record holder for touchdown catches in a state finals game 1984, Earned full scholarship in football to Purdue University 1985, 4 year letter winner at Purdue University 1985-88.

Lance Scheib

Head Instructor

Graduated from Cathedral High School in 1977 National Honor Society Member Graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.S. in Management. Teaching Certificate from Butler University in 1983. Graduated from the University of Indianapolis MBA 1992. Coaching Experience: Assistant Coach Cathedral High School 1982 �€“ 1987. Head Coach Hamilton Southeastern High School 1988 �€“ 1993. Assistant Coach Our Lady of Lourdes Grade School 1994. Assistant Coach Cathedral High School 1995-2001. Head Football Coach Cathedral High School 2002-2007. Quarterback Coordinator at SOS Football Camp. Coached on 3A State Championship team Cathedral High School 1986. Coached on 4A State Championship teams Cathedral High School 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2006. Hamilton County Coach of the Year 1989 and 1991. Marion County City Coach of the Year 2006. Overall Head Coaching Record: 87-47. Athletic Accomplishments: 2 Year letterman in football at Cathedral High School 1975 and 1976. Quarterback on 1976 3A State Runner Up Team at Cathedral High School. AP All State Quarterback 1976 at Cathedral High School. 2 Year letterman at the University of Dayton 1979 and 1980. Quarterback on 1980 Division III National Championship Team. Captain of the 1980 University of Dayton Football Team. Andy Zulli Award winner 1980 University of Dayton for Sportsmanship and Character. Emil Karras Award winner 1980 University of Dayton for Most Inspirational Leader.

Jim O'Hara


Dave Scheib is a Wisconsin native who moved to Indianapolis at the start of his freshman year at Manual High School. He played football and basketball and also ran track while in high school. He continued his football career at the University of Indianapolis and had a short stay with the Philadelphia Eagles following college. Assistant Football Coach Lebanon High School 1992-2000 Assistant Football Coach Franklin Central High School 2001-2007 Assistant Football Coach Noblesville High School 2008-Present

Dave Scheib


Mike Panasuk has been busy instructing kickers and punters for the last 15 years. He is currently teaching at Guerin Catholic High school in the English and Theater department. Mike has experience both as a coach as well as a kicker. In 1991 he had his first opportunity in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs. Soon after that, he was in the CFL, the AFL and eventually made it to training camp with the Denver Broncos in 1998 and the Atlanta Falcons in 1999. Mike played the one infamous season with the San Francisco Demons of the XFL in 2001. Two years later he was in Toronto with the Argonauts. Lately, he spends his time in the area working with college and high school kickers. Most recently with Austin Starr of Indiana University. He is also a high school football coach, where his responsibilities are working with special teams and the defensive side of the ball. This is his second year as the director of the SOS kicking/ punting camp. He has also spent the past 15 years as a camp instructor with the Pelfrey Kicking Camps across the nation. He is available for private instruction throughout the spring and summer.

Mike Panasuk