Mark Hall has been named the head football coach at Sycamore High School, the school district announced last Friday.
Hall comes to SHS from Rossview High School in Clarksville, where he was an assistant football coach and assistant athletics director.
“I am excited about coming to Sycamore and creating relationships with these young men and helping them to achieve the goals that they are reaching for and to have success not just on the field but in the community,” Hall said.
The graduate of Harding University has served as an assistant football coach at West Memphis Christian School, Ezell-Harding Christian School, Middle Tennessee Christian School and La Vergne High School. He was the head football coach at Christiana Middle School in Rutherford County for three years.
Hall joined the Rossview coaching staff in 2015 and served as the special teams coordinator in 2015 and defensive coordinator from 2016-2018, leading the Hawks to three playoff appearances. Additionally, he served as the team’s interim head coach in 2017 during the offseason.
In 2019, he was the school’s assistant athletic director and facility/athletic field maintenance coordinator.
Hall replaces Justin Robison, who recently stepped down to take an assistant coaching and teaching position at Goodpasture Christian School in Nashville. The War Eagles were 5-6 last season and lost in the first round of the 3A playoffs.