Brown named new MCHS varsity boy’s basketball coach

New MCHS Varsity Boy’s Basketball Coach Justin Brown

LYNCHBURG — Moore County Schools official announced today that Justin Brown will be the next Moore County High School varsity boy’s basketball coach.

Brown and his wife, Andrea, will relocated to Lynchburg from Memphis. A native of Sparta, Brown graduated from Tennessee Tech in 2010. He coached at Dyersburg High School from 2013-14 and then at Millington Central High School for two seasons as a assistant varsity boy’s coach. For the past four years, he coached varsity boy’s basketball at Southwind High School in Memphis.

During his career, he ‘s won 2017 TSSAA AAA State Runner-up, three District 15-AAA Championships, two District 15-AAA Tournament Championships, 2019 Shelby County Association Runner-up, and 2020 Shelby County Association Champions. During his time at Southwind High School, he helped his team achieve a record of 107-21 and an 80 percent winning percentage over four seasons.

Brown takes over for Heath Hardin who resigned the position in April, according to a letter supplied by Director of Schools Chad Moorehead. •

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