Jason Curtis has waited 20 years to for the opportunity to run his own football program.
His patience has now paid off as Curtis has been named as the new head football coach at Halls.
He replaces Scott Blair who was fired in his only year at Halls as the Tigers finished 2-8 last season and will enter the 2019 season on a four game losing streak.
Halls High School is proud to announce that Jason Curtis has been named as the new head coach for the Tiger football program. Coach Curtis has been on staff as the defensive coordinator, special teams, and has led the strength and conditioning program this school year,” Halls Athletic Director Corry Essary said.
Curtis, 43, served as the Tiger defensive coordinator in 2018 and is ready to lead the program.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to run the program, it has been a long time coming and I feel like the timing is perfect for me right now,” Curtis said.
Before coming to Halls, Curtis started his coaching career at Cordova (1999-2004) and also coached at Arlington (2005-12), Brighton (2013-14) and White Station (2015-16).
There are currently 16 programs looking for a head coach they are: Antioch, Bolton, Collierville, Covington, East Hickman, East Robertson, Greeneville, Hamilton, Morristown East, Nashville Overton, Northeast, Northpoint Christian, Tellico Plains, Warren County, Wayne County and Whitwell
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