Jay Emmons Resigns after only two seasons at Spring Hill

Jay Emmons Resigns after only two seasons at Spring Hill
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After back to back Class 4A playoff appearances, Jay Emmons has resigned as head football coach at Spring Hill.

Emmons, 44, led the Raiders to a 13-12 overall record and two 4A playoff appearances losing both years to Marshall County.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing me to lead this team for the past two years. I am proud of what we accomplished, and I look forward to the team’s continued future success,” Emmons said.

The Raiders are coming off a 6-6 campaign that saw them lost to Marshall County in the second round and in 2016, Spring Hill made the Quarterfinals for the first time since making the Class 1A Semifinals back in 1992.

“We appreciate and thank Coach Emmons for all he did for the Spring Hill HS football program,” Spring Hill principal Christine Potts said.

Emmons started his coaching career at now closed Lambuth (1997-2007) and then was the defensive coordinator at Jackson North side and the now closed Jackson Central Merry.

He was the defensive coordinator at Rockford College (IL) for four seasons (2011-14) and then spent one season at Centennial in 2015.

There are 11 schools that are currently looking for a head coach they are: Blackman, Ezell Harding, Grundy County, Humboldt, Lincoln County, Lookout Valley, Milan, Raleigh Egypt, Rossville Christian, Spring Hill and Volunteer

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