Ken Northcut selected to lead Lady Indians at North Side High School
JACKSON, Tenn. — North Side High School has a new head coach for its girls basketball team.
Jackson-Madison County Schools announced Friday that Ken Northcut will now lead its Lady Indians team.
The school system says Northcut was previously head coach at Trinity Christian Academy. JMCSS Superintendent Dr. Marlon King believes Northcut can lead the team to victory.
“Coach Northcut is a program builder and a known commodity among basketball fans in West Tennessee. I am confident he’ll implement strategies that will translate to success for the girls program,” King said.
Northcut adds that he coaches with the goal of transforming students.
“I coach to teach and uplift others by being passionate and intentional in building relationships and character. I coach with the purpose of helping transform students into campus and community leaders,” he said.
Northcut has also coached at Riverside High School and in Milan, according to JMCSS.