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The fourth search for a baseball coach at Warren County High School in four years has come to an end.
Adam Childs will take over the Pioneer program next spring after being named the fourth coach at Warren County High School in the past four years.
Childs, 30, brings six years of coaching experience to Warren County and also spent four years in college playing baseball.
Childs’ last stop was at Franklin Community High School in Indiana, where he served as a varsity assistant coach for three years.
Childs was also a freshman head coach for two years at Columbus North High School and held the same position at Shelbyville High School in Indiana.
Childs spent his college years playing baseball in Ohio. His first two years were spent at Ashford University and he finished up school with two years at Defiance College.
A friendship with new Warren County High School principal Anthony Cassel that has spanned many years gave Childs the notice of the opening in Warren County.
Childs takes over for Joey Haston, who was 10-17 in his only year as head coach before leaving to take an assistant coaching position at Southwest Oregon Community College.
Childs will be the first non-Pioneer baseball player to take the reigns of the Warren County High School baseball team in over 20 years.
Haston replaced Jimmy Walker, who coached one season after replacing J.W. Holt. Holt coached five seasons after initially taking over for Walker following the 2003 season. Walker was a coach for the Pioneers for 16 years before his first retirement.
Childs is currently assembling a staff for next season. One assistant coaching position looks to be filled with former Marion County head coach Steven Roberts. Childs is still in pursuit of another assistant.