Bryan County High School is excited to announce the appointment of Cherard Freeman as the new head football coach for the Redskins, Bryan County Schools announced Friday.
Here's the release:
Freeman graduated from Lincoln County High School and played on two state football championship teams. In addition, while at Georgia Southern, Coach Freeman played football as a true freshman and went on to compete in multiple southern conference contests and in two national championships.
During the last six years, Freeman has served as the athletic director and head football coach for Warren County High School where he garnered multiple accolades such as coach of the year and head coach of various all star teams. Most recently, he led Warren County to the third round of the state play offs.
Principal Mary Beth Blankenship said, “Cherard Freeman brings a wealth of success, knowledge, and experience to Bryan County High School. We are excited to have Coach Freeman, his wife Shelby, and their two daughters join our Redskin family. We look forward to the future and the positive impact he will make on our athletes, our students, our school, and our community!”