Scott Smith has always seen the Warren County football as an untapped resource and because of that he has been named the next head football coach at Warren County.
He resigned his post at Moore County on Friday.
"I've applied for the job in the past and thought the community really wants a winner and so do I," Smith said.
Smith met the Warren County players this afternoon and was excited by the numbers that showed up.
"We had 101 kids show up for the meeting and they were excited about the future and their excitement really makes me want to get started on next season."
Smith has spent the last four seasons at Moore County compiling a 30-16 record in Lynchburg.
Smith has a 113-67 overall head coaching record in stops at Greenbrier, Ezell Harding, Independence, Science Hill and Moore County.
He replaces Tommy Johnson who was 7-33 in his four years in McMinnville.
The Pioneers are coming off a 1-9 season as they beat neighbor Coffee County.
The last winning season for Warren County was in 1990, when the Pioneers went 8-3.
Smith on the other hand led Moore County to a 6-6 record this season Including a second round Class 1A appearance.
His biggest success was when he was at Ezell Harding (1999-2003) as the Eagles won the 1A state title in 2001.
His record was 49-13 at Ezell before starting the football program at Independence in 2004.
Currently there are open jobs at Bolivar. Munford, Fairley, Clarksville Northwest, Ezell Harding, Forrest, Red Bank, Briarcrest, Bearden, Carter, Perry County, Powell, Monterey, Clarksville, Halls, Raleigh Egypt, Unicoi County, Nashville Overton, Marion County, Davidson Academy, Kirby, Waverly, Chattanooga Central, Jackson Christian, Knoxville Central and Richland as schools currently looking for a head coach.
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