Tre’Vaun Calahan has been named head coach at Jonesboro-Hodge Middle School. Calahan replaces Kris Cash, who moved to Jonesboro-Hodge High School to handle the duties of head girls basketball and assistant football coach. Calahan graduated Jonesboro-Hodge High School in 2014 where he competed in mutiple sports before playing football collegiately at Kilgore Junior College and receiving his degree at Grambling State University.
“I am ready and excited,” quoted Calahan in a Facebook post. “These young men will be in great hands as we are going to embrace the grind and trust in the process.”
Calahan’s selection brings an ironic twist to the upcoming J-HMS football season as in what is believed to be for the first time, when JHMS plays Winn Middle School, as a pair of JHHS classmates (Chance Williams at WMS) will be coaching against each other in a junior high contest.
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