Stancil named head coach at Peachtree Ridge

(Jason Getz/AJC File)

(Jason Getz/AJC File)

Peachtree Ridge on Thursday named Norcross assistant Reggie Stancil as its head football coach to replace Mark Fleetwood.

Stancil has been at Norcross the past 11 years and was part of the 2012 and 2013 state-championship teams. He most recently worked as quarterbacks coach and also headed up recruiting as Norcross had 38 alumni in college football last season, seventh-most in the state.

Stancil also was the head baseball coach in 2016 but will move on to Peachtree Ridge this spring.

Stancil was an all-state football and baseball player at Colquitt County and went on to play and star at quarterback at Jacksonville State.

Peachtree Ridge was 49-39 the past six seasons under Mark Fleetwood, including 6-6 in 2016. Fleetwood resigned to pursue other coaching opportunities.


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