Corinth is at home for the next football coach at school.
Justin Dye, who has been the Warriors’ defensive coordinator for the past five years, was announced Wednesday as the new head coach.
I am excited to work with my children. Dai said it’s a great group I’m here every year.
This dye replaces Todd Lowery, who left to become an active track coordinator after five seasons. Corinth’s 42-21 year old Raleigh led the Warriors to the Class 4A State Championship in 2019. This is the first title of the program.
Lowery has installed a Wing-T offense that earns many yards and points. It is not yet known if the dye will sustain its attack properly.
He said active coordinator Ivan Denton and quarterback coach Colin Harris would lead it.
My philosophy about offensive, defensive, or special teams is that they have to adapt to their child’s abilities, Die said. To do something, you need a certain type of player.
Corinth has deployed some strict defenses under the supervision of dyes. During the 2019 Championship season, the Warriors scored only 13.7 points per game. Corinth linebacker Carter Bond was named the Daily Journal Defensive Player of the Year this season.
The staff has been using dyes for 31 years, for a total of 6 years. Corinth is the only place he trained.
Todd gave me the first real opportunity to become a coordinator. He always said he was grateful for it.
Dye is from Pontotoku, who played soccer in high school. He taught at Mueller for a year before being hired by Doug Jones as a Corinthian position coach.
After all, Corinthian letter director David Robins believes Die had the opportunity to lead his next football program.
Corinth will open the 2021 season against Saltillo on August 27th.