Brad Waggoner Resigns at Trousdale County, Named New coach at Elbert County (GA)

Brad Waggoner Resigns at Trousdale County, Named New coach at Elbert County (GA)

Brad Waggoner is heading back home to Georgia.

Waggoner who has served as the head coach at Trousdale County for the last two seasons has resigned and has been named the new head football coach and Director of Football Operations at Elbert County (GA).

He will replace Sid Fritts who retired after leading Elbert County for nine seasons posting a 75-30 in that time.

The Blue Devils finished 7-4 last season, losing in the first round of the Class AA playoffs.

“I am very appreciative of Clint Satterfield giving me the opportunity to have coached the last two years at Trousdale County,” Waggoner said. I have learned a lot from him and he’s made me a better coach and leader. He’s not only been a boss but one I consider a friend for life.”

Waggoner led Trousdale County to a 19-8 record in his two seasons in Hartsville, two Class 2A playoff appearances which included a Class 2A runner up finish this season as the Yellow Jackets finished 11-4 losing to Peabody in the state title game.

His overall coaching record is 78-56 as he has also been the head coach at Crescent City (FL) in 2004, Luverne (AL) (2005-07), Pike County (AL) (2008), Chattooga (GA), (2009-11) Decatur (GA) (2012) and Lumpkin County (GA) (2013) before coming to Trousdale.

“It is an honor and a privilege, for Elbert County to welcome Coach Brad Waggoner, as our next Head Football Coach. In multiple conversations with District Superintendent Chuck Bell, Principal Jason Kouns, and Athletic Director Dr. Brian Turner, Coach Waggoner presented himself in a professional manner focused on academic and athletic success. We look forward to Coach Waggoner and his family becoming a part of our community, and aiding ECCHS improve on our storied football tradition,” Elbert County Principal Jason Kouns said.

Waggoner also has college coaching experience as he was the Assistant Director of Player Personnel for Georgia Tech for three seasons (2014-16).

There are currently 18 programs looking for a head coach they are: Antioch, Bartlett, Cleveland, Collierville, East Hamilton, East Hickman, Hillcrest, Hillwood, Lipscomb Academy, Lookout Valley, Melrose, Northeast, Northpoint Christian, Polk County, Stewarts Creek, Tellico Plains, Trousdale County and Westview

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