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April 17, 2014

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Greeneville Hires Annette (Culberson) Watts As Girls' Basketball Coach

Originally published: 2013-06-04 08:37:03
Last modified: 2013-06-04 10:42:04

Greeneville High School has named a new girls' basketball coach.

Principal Patrick Fraley announced this morning that Annette Watts has been hired for the 2013-14 school year.  She will start working with the Lady Devils' program this month, and will teach math this coming school year.

Watts is no stranger to Greeneville.  The West Greene alum was an assistant coach in the city school system from 1981-1990.

She left the area to become the women's basketball coach at Johnson High School in Georgia, where she stayed until 1997, compiling a 125-51 record.

Over the next two years, she was on the staff at N.C. State University under legendary coach Kay Yow.  During that time the Lady Wolfpack made a Final Four appearance.

Watts returned to the high school ranks at Jackson County High School.  She was then the head coach at Davidson College from 2001-2010, and most recently at Jacksonville State University.

Watts is the daughter of Geraldine Culberson and the late George Culberson of Mohawk.  She is married to Mike Watts from the Chuckey community.  

She obtained her B.S. and Master's Degree from East Tennessee State University, where she was a four-year player.

“Mrs. Watts brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the high school and collegiate ranks to the table, and has been very successful on the court and off the court," Fraley said.  "She is a tremendous educator and will be a strong addition to our Math Department. I have great anticipation and expectations about the direction of our girls’ basketball program under her leadership.”

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