The Frenship Tigers have officially found their man to lead the football program. Jay Northcutt was confirmed as the Tigers new head coach in a school board meeting Monday night.
Northcutt comes from Sachse High School, where he was the team’s offensive coordinator for the past four seasons.
He replaces Brad Davis, who resigned shortly after Frenship’s first round exit from the 6A playoffs this past season. With the hire, it is also the first time since 1980 that the Tigers have not been coached by Davis.
In his last season with Sachse, Northcutt’s offense averaged more than 40 points a game. He’ll look to bring his high powered offense to West Texas.
This is also the first time that Northcutt will be a head coach. He’s had previous stops at Lewisville ISD (2000-06) and Colleyville Heritage (2007-12). Per Carlos Silva, Northcutt sees this as an opportunity to “come home” as he graduated from Plainview in 1994.
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