Keasler calls it quits at Summit
The first coach in Summit High School history says he done at the end of the year.
Scott Keasler announced his resignation Monday as the only coach the three-year-old school has ever known, effective at the end of the year. The Spartans are currently 1-5.
Keasler’s exit will coincide with the first senior class for the Spring Hill school, where he started the program in 2011, opting to play a varsity schedule with just freshmen and sophomores. The first play in school history did make ESPN’s “Play of the Day” section, when Phillip Sheary returned the opening kick-off 90+ yards for a touchdown against Clarksville Northwest.
Summit won two three games last year in District 12-AA before being forced to moved to District 11-AAA due to enrollment this year. An opening night win against Spring Hill has been followed by five straight losses, including a 52-28 defeat by first year program Stewarts Creek from Rutherford County last Friday night.
Posted on: 10/1/2013