Aggies land proven winner in Beauregard’s Carter

SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga coaching search has come to a close, and it will end with a coach with a championship pedigree.

Beauregard’s Rob Carter will be outgoing Superintendent Dr. Jon Segars’ recommendation to the Sylacauga City Schools Board of Education. 

Carter’s resume is very strong. Few candidates would have been able to match the success he has generated during his tenure as the Hornets’ head coach.

In seven years of action at BHS, Carter has compiled a 51-27. He also won a 5A state championship in 2016 with a 9-4 overall playoff record. He has reached the third round of the postseason or deeper on three separate occasions.

Carter served as an assistant at Russell County from 1993 to 1999, Lanett from 1999-2001, Crenshaw Christian from 2001-2004. He was an assistant for BHS before being promoted to head coach.

The SCS BOE will vote on the recommendation Wednesday at noon.