Veteran assistant at Cookeville & Smith Co.
Chuck Gentry will finally get the opportunity to run his own program as the 40-year old assistant has been hired as the new head football coach at Lebanon High. He takes over for Kentucky High School Hall of Fame coach Sam Harp who resigned in October after going 6-36 in four seasons at the LHS helm.
LHS Principal Scott Walters and Athletic Director Zach Martin introduced Gentry to the local media during a Wednesday, Dec. 21 press conference.
After four seasons in Lebanon
Sam Harp has tendered his resignation as head coach of the Lebanon High football program.
A Hall of Fame coach in Kentucky where he won seven state championships at Danville High, Harp informed the team of his decision following Friday's (Oct. 28) 45-0 loss at Franklin High.
Harp posted the following on his Blue Devil Facebook page Saturday, Oct. 29:
Region 3, 6A leader Ravenwood brings 3-0 league record into tonight's contest at Lebanon High. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium. Live radio coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9. A FREE, LIVE video feed can be found at http://ustre.am/BkDm
To view a FREE video replay of of Lebanon High's 41-3 homecoming win over Summit, follow this link . . .
Lebanon High defensive lineman
Following an official on-campus visit this past weekend, Lebanon High's Julian Crutchfield verbally committed to the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Crutchfield, an All District 9-AAA performer at defensive end of the Blue Devils, is expected to play in the defensive line for the Skyhawks.
will run strength & conditioning at middle schools -
Former Lebanon High football coach Mark Medley has been hired by Wilson County Schools and will facilitate the merger of the undermanned gridiron programs at Carroll Oakland and Tuckers Crossroads Middle Schools.
Medley, recently retired from Smith County Schools after a long tenure as a teacher, coach and administrator, will work on a 120-day contract with WCS.
When it comes to sightlines in Lebanon High School’s Danny Watkins Stadium, Blue Devil football fans want to know: Why didn’t they get it right the first time?
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