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 Thomas Curry 

Thomas Curry graduated from Weaver High School and received his degree from Jacksonville State university. Curry served as an assistant at Hueytown before landing the head football coaching job at Springville in 1996.

His teams at Springville combined for a 49-14 record in five seasons with five playoff appearances. His 1997 and 1998 squads reached the semi-finals and his teams won three region titles.

In 2001, Coach Curry accepted the head coaching position at Cherokee County High School in Centre. He left the Springville Tigers, an 8-3 record and second-round playoff appearance, behind and jumped at the chance to come to Centre to rebuild a program that had struggled in recent years.

Curry has remained with the Cherokee County program ever since. The Warriors under his leadership are 91-60 with eight playoff appearances and four region titles in his thirteen seasons at the school.


Currys 2005 squad lost to Pike County 10-6 in the State Championship game at Legion Field in Birmingham. In 2008 a 14-1 Warrior team again lost in the titles game to UMS-Wright 41-7.

Everything came together for Coach Curry and the Warriors in 2009 when they won the Class 4A State Championship in Tuscaloosa with a 31-27 victory over Jackson High School.

In 23 years as a head coach, Currys teams combined for a 171-101 record and a 28-15 playoff record. His teams have won eight region titles.


Known Record:  171-101-0   62.9%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Cherokee County
Cherokee County2018 4A4-6219230R63-4157150
Cherokee County2017 4A6-72734052-16380R54-3163201
Cherokee County2016 4A10-34312682-18988R5#7-025971
Cherokee County2015 4A7-54002981-15947R65-2244132
Cherokee County2014 4A4-6221313R63-4146191
Cherokee County2013 4A3-7219314R52-5138203
Cherokee County2012 4A1-8189328R51-6155269
Cherokee County2011 4A5-62322570-1041R74-3175118
Cherokee County2010 4A5-63173380-12439R74-3222215
Cherokee County2009 4A15-06592245-0224106R6#7-030791
Cherokee County2008 4A14-15372834-1158121R6#7-025691
Cherokee County2007 4A5-5251224R64-3207156
Cherokee County2006 4A7-42501800-106R65-2202117
Cherokee County2005 3A13-24751494-112240R6#7-027350
Cherokee County2004 3A10-23271791-14136R6#7-022990
Cherokee County2003 4A6-4191169R63-4103125
Cherokee County2002 4A6-62442551-13836R63-4114154
Cherokee County2001 4A1-9118361R61-684277
 18 Years122-875553477520-1081864077-4934342701
    
Springville
Springville2000 3A8-32731070-1734R35-218047
Springville1999 3A12-15461552-110474R11#4-022541
Springville1998 3A12-25141943-112470R11#4-017854
Springville1997 2A12-25091373-110355R12#3-015322
Springville1996 2A5-62312190-11421R122-17762
 5 Years49-1420738128-535225418-3813226
    
TOTALS
 23 Years171-1017626558728-15117089495-5242472927


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