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Scott Anderson Named Varsity Girls Head Coach At Carroll County

He was former Assistant Coach at Bath County

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                                                     (PHOTO COURTESY OF CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL WEBSITE) 

Mr. Scott Anderson has been named the new Head Coach of Carroll County High School Lady Panther Basketball program in July.. “We welcome Coach Anderson to Carroll County Schools. His passion for students shows in both his experience in working with student athletes and from discussions with him about his new role.” said Casey Jaynes, Superintendent of Carroll County Schools.

CCHS Principal Amy Sutter said, “Mr. Anderson is going to be a great addition to our Carroll County Community. In the short time we have worked together, he has already demonstrated his concern for our students by putting the needs of the students first and foremost. We are truly fortunate to have such a committed and knowledgeable teacher on our staff." Coach Anderson comes to Carroll County as the assistant coach for boys basketball in Bath County where their team posted a 27-5 record ending with a trip to the semifinals of the 16 Region tournament. Coach Anderson has a wide and varied experience as an assistant coach, head coach for a variety of sports including Baseball, Football, Softball, Girls and Boys Basketball at both the middle, junior varsity and varsity levels. He holds a Master of Physical Education degree from University of the Cumberlands, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and Physical Education from Morehead State University. Coach Anderson stated, “I am very excited to be a part of Carroll County Athletics and to lead the Girls Basketball program. We plan to play a very exciting brand of basketball that will be fast and will put up a lot of points on the scoreboard. I look forward to the community filling the gym and supporting the Lady Panthers." Coach Anderson began working with the players and the program before the dead period started in June with several open gyms and conditioning sessions.

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