MaxPreps Coach of the Week

 

Congratulations to our Coaches of the Week for 2019-2020.  

The GACA / MaxPreps Coach of the Week Nominations are now open. Nominate your coach today. CLICK HERE

Week 12

Jason Dasinger

Jason Dasinger

Basketball

Basketball Coach – Etowah High School

Coach Dasinger is the Head Boys basketball coach and government teacher at Etowah High School. He has been coaching and teaching for 10 years(9 years at Pope High School and 1 year at Alpharetta High School). While at Alpharetta High School, He led the basketball team to their best record in school history(25-4). Coach Dasinger was also named Region 6 coach of the year. Coach Jason Dasinger was offered and accepted the head job at Etowah High School after one year at Alpharetta. During his first year at Etowah, Coach Dasinger went 24-3 winning the Region Tournament and was also named the 2018 Region Coach of the Year.  The 2019 Etowah program is off to a fast start with a record of 6-1 after suffering their first loss on Saturday December 7th to South Forsyth.
 

MaxPreps Coach of the Week

 

Congratulations to our Coaches of the Week for 2019-2020.  

The GACA / MaxPreps Coach of the Week Nominations are now open. Nominate your coach today. CLICK HERE

Week 11

Kelby Chronic

Kelby Chronic

Softball

Softball Coach – Banks County

Congrats to Coach Kelby Chronic, Banks County Head Softball Coach for being chosen GACA/MaxPreps Coach of the Week and for winning the 1st Softball State Championship in Banks County history!

First year head coach who loves his girls and always puts them first lead his the Banks County softball team in the playoffs that included wins over Bremen, Lamar County, and Rockmart in the Championship Brackets in Columbus!

Week 10

Scott Thompson

Scott Thompson

Defensive Back Coach

Defensive Back Coach — Dalton HS

Coach Thompson is our defensive back coach and strength coach at Dalton High School. He builds great relationships with his students and players. Over the years, I have watch him have to discipline his students and before the conversation is over, I have heard him tell each one that he loves them. He truly has a passion for kids and our students.

Week 9

Jennifer Maloney

Jennifer Maloney

Softball

Head Softball Coach — Creekview HS

Week 8

Richard King

Richard King

Cross Country

Cross Country — Parkview HS

I am nominating Richard King (assistant coach) for Parkview ladies cross country. He is listed as “assistant” but has been the unofficial “head” girls coach for a long time. Richard helped lead our girls to the Gwinnett County Championship, the first women’s team title since 1997 (he was coaching for us then, too!!!). He has been a coach with our XC and T&F programs since 1994. He is a pillar of the community and a tremendous asset. Our XC program does not have a “stats” page, but I included the Gwinnett Daily Post article about our ladies winning.

Week 7

Buddy Nobles

Buddy Nobles

Football

Head  Coach – Irwin County HS

Week 6

Tanya Boudreau

Tanya Boudreau

Cheerleading

Cheerleading Coach – Bacon County HS

Coach Boudreau has been coaching for many years but over the past 5 I have seen the quality of her athletes change tremendously. Her team this year looks amazingly strong and will find their way to the top. Her daughter graduated last year and many thought she would retire from coaching. However, she continues to lead her athletes with greater difficulty and stamina to find their way to the floor at State

Week 5

Brittany Lewis

Brittany Lewis

Softball

Softball Coach — Strong Rock Christian School

Brittany Lewis was hired this year to take over a struggling program at Strong Rock Christian School. Last year the program went 7-11. She has no seniors on this year’s team and seven freshman, six of which that start. The season has been one of growth, development, and creating a new mindset to win. Their current record is 17-9, 6-1 in region play, and they just finished runner up last weekend in the top Diamond Division of the Morgan County Bulldog Classic against all large classification public schools. Strong Rock has secured the 2 seed headed into the region 5-A tournament and is experiencing a very surprising turn around this year under new leadership.

Week 4

Kelsey Ikerd

Kelsey Ikerd

Volleyball

Volleyball Coach — Northwest Whitfield HS

In partnership with GHSA’s September Cancer Awareness Month, Coach Ikerd organized a special fundraiser and planned a memorial night to honor a local community member and Northwest Whitfield graduate who passed away from Pancreatic Cancer in Feb. 2019. Donations for the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation were collected totaling over $300. She also led her team to two region victories on the special night.

Week 3

Jason Allen

Jason Allen

Football

Offensive Coordinator — Marietta HS

Jason Allen is entering his fourth season with the Blue Devils, and his 17th season coaching high school football. Coach Allen is a big reason that the Marietta Blue Devils are off to a 3-0 start with wins over Rome, St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia, PA), and Collins Hill on Friday Night! Jason Allen is the Defensive Coordinator and Inside Linebacker Coach this season. Prior to Marietta, Coach Allen was the Head Football Coach at Potomac Falls High School in Sterling, Virginia from 2013-2015. He led the Panthers to three straight play-off appearances, and a top 10 defensive ranking in the state of Virginia among Division 5 schools. Congrats to Coach Jason Allen for being selected as the GACA / MaxPreps Coach of the Week! Thank you all for your nominations and remember to nominate your coaches in Football, Softball, Cheer or Cross Country each Week!

Week 2

Clay Stephens

Clay Stephens

Football

Head Football Coach — Calhoun HS

 

First win as new HC of Calhoun Yellow Jackets on the Corky Kell Classic stage following in the footsteps of a Georgia High School Coaching Legend (Hal Lamb)

Week 1

Justin Rogers

Justin Rogers

Football

Head Football Coach — Colquitt County

Coach Rogers opens up the Colquitt County 2019 Football Season with a 17-6 win over North Gwinnett in the Corky Kell Classic played in the Mercedez-Benz Dome in Atlanta on August 24, 2019! Coach Justin Rogers takes over a highly successful program after leaving a Jones County Football Team in which he amassed 45 wins and only 15 loses in the 4 years as Head Coach of Jones County High School in Gray Georgia. Coach Jones accepted the Head Coaching Position at Colquitt County High School in the midst of much turmoil surrounding the change in the position of head football coach at a school rich with tradition in the state and nationally.