DANVILLE – January 20, 2020 – BRENDON D. MILLER – BSN
Justin Haddix is the new Head Coach at Boyle County High School. The school has announced that Haddix will take the reigns of the program and replace coaching legend Chuck Smith.
In a conversation this morning, Haddix related to BSN, “This is a great opportunity, it is not every day that you get to take over an excellent program. Everything is in place for us to continue the program’s success. It is great to be a Rebel.”
On replacing KHSAA Coach Legend Chuck Smith: “Coach Smith is a legend and it is an honor to take over the program from him. His success speaks for itself, and I look forward to the challenge of leading the Rebels.”
On leaving Corbin: “It is certainly difficult to leave Corbin. It has been a great six years with plenty of success. I love the people of Corbin, Kentucky. It is such a great community and has supported me fully. Hopefully I leave the program in a better place than when I took over.”
Haddix was 64-18 in six years at Corbin with five District Championships, Four Regional Championships and Two State Finals appearances.
Haddix played at Breathitt County High School where he directed the Bobcats to the 2002 Class AA State Championship under Mike Holcomb. Haddix began is coaching career under Holcomb at Breathitt before moving to Perry Central and then Corbin. Haddix had a stellar career as signal caller at Western Kentucky.
Congratulations to Justin and his family!!!!