KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Knoxville Catholic is dipping into Atlanta to get its subsequent head soccer coach.
The highschool named Korey Mobbs as its subsequent soccer coach on Wednesday.
Mobbs helped start the Lanier Excessive College soccer program. The varsity was opened in 2010 in Gwinnett County simply exterior of Atlanta. In eight seasons of varsity soccer Mobbs helped develop three All-Individuals, together with the No. 7 general decide in 2020 NFL Draft Derrick Brown, in addition to 70 faculty soccer signees on the Class 6A college.
Lanier received two regional championships, made the Georgia Candy 16 three years and made six consecutive playoff appearances beneath Mobbs. Mobbs has coached for 16 years and has a 58-22 file as a head coach.
“Coach Mobbs builds packages that personify class and excellence, and his groups compete with relentless vitality,” Dickie Sompayrac, president of Knoxville Catholic Excessive College, mentioned. “He has compiled a formidable file and his ardour and enthusiasm for the sport of soccer is contagious. We stay up for coach Mobbs main the Preventing Irish on and off the sphere.”
Former coach Steve Matthews was suspended on April 2 after his arrest for drunken driving and drug possession. He resigned three days later.