Boys Varsity Football · Adam Renshaw to Lead Siegel Football Into Next Decade

Siegel has found their new head football coach to lead them into the new decade! Adam Renshaw will now guide the Stars into the 2020 season and beyond.

“I believe that Coach Renshaw is a great fit for Siegel High and the Siegel community” says Siegel Principal Larry Creasy. “He comes to us with great references and strong classroom practices. Mr. Creasy goes on to say that he,“ feels Coach Renshaw will be a great fit for Siegel both in the school building and on the field”. In addition, Mr. Creasy states that, “Coach Renshaw exhibits strong communication skills, the ability to build relationships, and bring the Siegel community together to support our football program”.

Coach Renshaw comes to Siegel from Cleveland High School where he has been both an Offensive and Defensive Coordinator for the Blue Raiders since 2012. In 2012 Renshaw was hired in Cleveland by head coach Ron Crawford to run Crawford’s offense until 2014.

When Crawford left Cleveland, Renshaw stayed on as the Blue Raiders Defensive Coordinator for new head coach Scott Cummings. He has been Cleveland’s Offensive Coordinator this past year under Marty Wheeler.

During his time at Cleveland, Renshaw developed three all-state quarterbacks and helped Cleveland win its first playoff game in 10 years.

Prior to being at Cleveland, Renshaw was the Head Coach at Dyer County from 2003-2011, where he revived a struggling program. In 2007 Renshaw was named Region 13-AAA Coach of the Year and a Finalist for Tennessee Titans Coach of the Year. Renshaw left the program as the second all-time winningest coach at Dyer County and went to the playoffs 7 of his 9 years there.

Renshaw attended Rhodes College in Memphis from 1992–1996 where he graduated with a degree in Political Science.

Coach Renshaw is married to the former Anita Johnson who is an elementary school teacher.  They have three daughters. Anna, 19, is a Freshman at Wallace State where she plays volleyball.  Ally, 15, who is a Sophomore and runs cross country and track. Amelia, 13, who is a 7th grader and is a cheerleader and who also plays volleyball.