Scott County promotes Offensive Coordinator Josh Terry to head coach

Scott County promotes Offensive Coordinator Josh Terry to head coach
Photo Credit To Courtesy of Scott County football used with permission

Offensive Coordinator Josh Terry has been promoted to lead the Scott County football program going forward.


Director of Schools Bill Hall and Principal Melissa Rector are excited to announce Josh Terry as the new Head football Coach at Scott County High School, a school press release said.


Terry, 29 replaces Keith Shannon who led led Scott to the most playoff appearances in school history in two different classifications (2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 in 4A, 2015 and 2016 in 3A) winning first round playoff games over Claiborne County in 2010 and Northview Academy in 2016 ad he finished with a 40-48 record.


“I’m honored for the opportunity to be the head coach here at Scott High and be granted the opportunity to take charge of program I’ve loved and respected my whole life,” Terry said


Terry is a 2007 Scott graduate and played at Maryville College before getting into coaching at Scott six years ago.


The following 13 schools are looking for a new head coach: Cannon County, Chattanooga Central, Copper Basin, DCA, Gibbs, Humboldt, Houston, KIPP Academy, Kingsbury, Memphis East, Ooltewah, Sequatchie County and Westwood


Contact Donovan at and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew

Related posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *