August 04, 2020

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Cumberland County Announces the Hiring of Noah Repasky as New Football Coach

After being the offensive coordinator at Upperman the last three years, Noah Repasky is ready to run his own program.

 

“I am extremely grateful to Jon Hall and the administration for the opportunity to lead the  Cumberland County football team.   I am excited and ready to get to work building a program and putting a product on the field that the players, the school, and the community will be proud of,” Repasky said.
He replaces Eric Belew who resigned after a winless 0-10 season and has accepted an assistant coaching job at River Ridge (GA) high school.

“The Cumberland County High School family is excited to announce that Noah Repasky has been selected as the Jets new head football coach. This decision comes after an extensive search, which included over thirty applicants. His experience and knowledge of the Upper Cumberland area are what set him apart from the other quality applicants,” Cumberland County principal Jon Hall said.

 

 

Repasky spent the last three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Upperman where the Bees complied a 29-8 overall record, made the Class 3A playoffs all three seasons and their offense averaged over 35 points during his tenure.

The Bees are coming off a 10-2 season as they lost to Red Bank in the second round, a season after finishing 13-1 losing to Alcoa in the Semifinals in 2018.

Before coming to Upperman, Repasky served as the offensive coordinator at his Alma mater Lincoln County for two years (2015-16).

Repasky started his coaching career at Cookeville in 2004 and spent a decade there before going to Lincoln County in 2015.

“Coach Repasky has coached in programs that have had great success and the CCHS family is confident that he will bring that winning mentality to the Jet program. He will start his tenure at CCHS in January and will teach Government and Weightlifting,” Hall said.

 

Cumberland County will go into the 2019 season with an 18 game losing streak and the Jets are 41-152 (.212 winning percentage) with three playoff appearances (2001, 2002 and 2015) since 2001.

 

Currently there are 17 schools  looking for a head coach they are: Carter, Cheatham County, Douglass, Fairley, Franklin County, Goodpasture, Harding Academy, Hixson, Loretto, Red Boiling Springs, Siegel, Silverdale, Southwind, Station Camp, Westview, Whites Creek and York Institute

 

Contact Donovan at donovans1222@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew

 

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