Trousdale County Football head coach Kevin Creasy has accepted a new position for 2015.
He is expected to be named the new head football coach at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro, TN.
“I want to thank all the coaches, players, administrators, and the community during my tenure as head coach. A program as successful as Trousdale County’s isn’t a success because of one person,” Creasy indicated during a phone interview. “We have done a lot of good things in my seven years as head coach and I am proud of the young men who have come through this program. I know they will be good fathers, husbands, and citizens in our community.”
Creasy indicated that he thought that he was leaving the program in good shape and that the next head coach hired was getting one of the top ten high school football jobs in the state of Tennessee. Creasy indicated that Adam Keaton had been named as the interim head coach.
Creasy has guided the Yellow Jackets for a total of seven years. In that time he had won three Class AA state championships, in 2008, 2009, and 2013. According to records compiled by mid-state football guru Murphy Fair, Creasy boasts one of the top winning percentages for active coaches with 50-99 wins in the state with a record of 79-12. Creasy has spent a total of eleven seasons all together as a teacher and coach in Trousdale County.
Oakland High School Principal Bill Spurlock indicated that a formal announcement will be coming on Wednesday morning at 9 am in Murfreesboro. Creasy will be taking over for Thomas McDaniel who accepted the head coaching position at Christian Brothers High School.