After two seasons of being retired, Scott Meadows is back coaching high school football.
Meadows has been announced as the new head football coach at Carter replacing Vic Wharton who served as the Hornets interim head coach in 2018 as they finished 2-8.
“We are thrilled and excited to have Coach Scott Meadows as our new head football coach. Coach Meadows will be on campus teaching with us in January,” Carter principal Angie Messer said.
Meadows has had success at seven different schools as he has been a head coach for 18 years and has a 137-77 overall record in stops at Seqouyah (1998-1999, 17-7 record), Alcoa (2000-01, 27-2), Jefferson County (2002-03, 19-6), William Blount (2004-08, 25-20), Knoxville Catholic (2009-12, 21-23) and Pigeon Forge (2013-16, 28-19).
Meadows known for running the wing T offense won a Class 2A state title at Alcoa with a 15-0 record in 2000.
Over his 18 year head coaching career, his teams made 15 Playoff appearances in three different classifications, Seqouyah (two playoff appearances in 1998 and 1999 in 3A), Alcoa (two playoff appearances in 2000 and 2001 in 2A), Jefferson County (two playoff appearances in 2002 and 2003 in 5A), William Blount (three playoff appearances in 2005, 2006 and 2007 in 5A), Knoxville Catholic (two playoff appearances in 2009 and 2010 in 5A) and Pigeon Forge (four playoff appearances in 2013-16)
There are currently 18 programs looking for a head coach they are: Antioch, Bartlett, Bledsoe County, Boyd Buchanan, Brighton, Cumberland County, East Hickman, Fayetteville, Gallatin, Hillcrest, Hunters Lane, Lipscomb Academy, Melrose, Northpoint Christian, Smith County, Tellico Plains, Walker Valley and Westview
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