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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Coaching Changes 2010

Seventy-four schools have a new head football coach starting the 2010 season. Many of the schools promoted assistant coaches to the head coaching position due to the tough economic times. The coaching changes are in line with the past several seasons which saw a similar number of new head coaches. 

Team - 2009 Coach - 2010 Coach
Addison - Scott Curd - Phillip Wilson
Alma Bryant - Ronnie Cottrell - Eddie Stephenson
Anniston - Alex Wilson - Eddie Bullock
Austin - David Norwood - Jeremy Perkins
B.B. Comer - Ralph Henderson - Anthony Jacks
Bessemer City - Billy Woodham - Dennis Alexander
Billingsley - Jeremy Carter - Joe Nettles
Brilliant - Royce Young - Scott Curd
Carbon Hill - Grant Nichols - Royce Young
Carroll - Robert Johnson - Chad Lapp
Carver Birmingham - Bubba Livingston - Billy Culver
Catholic Montgomery - Chris Hall - Mike Shatzer
Central Tuscaloosa - Melvin Pete - Dennis Connor
Clarke County - Allan Floyd - Jack French
Clements - Barry Daniel - Michael Brown
Coffeeville - LaBarry Jones - Brian Stovall
Colbert County - Cody Gross - Jackie Ferguson
Cold Springs - Tommy Youngblood - Chris Freeman
Dale County - Todd Horne - Donnie Smith
Decatur Heritage Christian - First Team - Joe Duper 
East Memorial Christian - John Glasscock - Vic Foxworth
Elkmont - Don Jacobs - David Wilson
Escambia County - Kyle Davis - Mark Heaton
Falkville - Neil Estes - Brad Vest
Flint Hill Christian - New Team - William Black
Florala - Stan Gooden - Chris Buckler
Fruitdale - Scottie Mason - Tony Nelson
Gaston - Swane Morris - Josh Averett
Geneva County - Darrin Stewart - Jeff Cardwell
Georgiana - Shane Smothers - Shawn Gregory
Greensboro - Jack Hazelrig - Curtis Graves
Hazel Green - Alvin Palmer - Matt Putman
Highland Home - Scott Booth - Tom Pinkston
Hillcrest Evergreen - Maurice Belsher - Larry Boykin
Hillcrest Tuscaloosa - Johnny Wright - Adam Winegarden
Holly Pond - Steve Miller - Nate Ayers
Holt - Tracy Dunn - Tim Gillespie
Huntsville - Kevin Wieseman - Scott Sharp
J.F. Shields - Riley White - Jerome Sanders/Herbert Blackmon
J.U. Blacksher - Mark Heaton - Wesley Sims
John Essex - Lenoise Richey - Jerome Antone
LaFayette - Ike Grant - Steve Coker
Lawrence County - David Strunk - Shane Smothers
Lee Huntsville - Rick Daniel - Kinte Welch
Livingston - Lenoise Richey - Andre Pickering
Marbury - Kyle Glover - James Strickland
McIntosh - Larry Boykin - Redald Davis
Meadowview Christian - Kenneth Strong - John Glasscock
Meek - Gary O'Gwin - Lance ARcher
Millry - Teddy Taylor - Billy Gardner
Montevallo - Mike Reynolds - Jamie Williams
Munford - Todd Smith - Will Wagnon
Ohatchee - Chad Cochran - Jason Howard
Oneonta - Gardner Gilliland - Don Jacobs
Pike County - Eddie Stephenson - Robert Johnson
Randolph - New Team - John Anderson
Randolph County - Rick Coleman - Randy Sparks
Samson - Bret Jones - Don Chesteen
Saraland - No Team - John Holman
Sardis - Chris Garmon - Vacant
Scottsboro - Freddie Tidmore - Swane Morris
Selma - Brian Montgomery - Leroy Miles
Sidney Lanier - Steve Holloway - Angelo Wheeler
Sipsey Valley - New Team - Lance Tucker
South Montgomery Academy - Bobby Hughes - Andy Whatley
Spring Garden - Jason Howard - John McKay
St. Bernard - James Tolbert - Michael Adkins
St. Lukes - New Team - Eddie Guth
Tharptown - Clint Nunley - Bill Smith
Thompson - Brain Maner - Bruce Hill
Vina - Bill Smith - Vacant
Washington County - Joe Nettles - Chris Wilson
Weaver - Paul Farlow - Daryl Hamby
West Morgan - Pierre Coggins - Shannon Shaw




David Parker
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