After being a coordinator the last eight years, Adam Renshaw is ready to run his own program again.
Renshaw has been named the new head coach at Siegel and will replace Michael Copley who resigned after the regular season ended as the Stars finished the season 1-9.
“I believe that Coach Renshaw is a great fit for Siegel High and the Siegel community” Siegel Principal Larry Creasy said.
“He comes to us with great references and strong classroom practices. Mr. Creasy goes on to say that he,“ feels Coach Renshaw will be a great fit for Siegel both in the school building and on the field.”
In his three seasons of running the Stars program, Copley finished 8-22 and the Stars failed to make the playoffs under him.
Renshaw has been both the offensive and defensive coordinator at Cleveland serving as the offensive coordinator from 2012 to 2018 and was the defensive coordinator for the Blue Raiders last season.
Before going to Cleveland, he served as the head coach at Dyer County for nine seasons.
“Coach Renshaw exhibits strong communication skills, the ability to build relationships, and bring the Siegel community together to support our football program,” Creasy said.
While in Newbern from 2003 until 2011, Renshaw led the Choctaw program to five playoff appearances in two different classifications (2004, 2007 and 2008 in 3A; 2010 and 2011 in 5A).
Dyer County won first round playoff games in 2007, 2010 and 2011 and the Choctaws were 43-55 overall in Renshaw’s tenure as head coach with the best season being in 2007 as they finished 10-2.
Currently there are 15 schools looking for a head coach they are: Carter, Cheatham County, Douglass, Fairley, Goodpasture, Harding Academy, Hixson, Loretto, Red Boiling Springs, Silverdale, Southwind, Station Camp, Westview, Whites Creek and York Institute
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