Cleveland's Crawford leaves Blue Raiders for Brentwood and family
CLEVELAND, TN (WRCB) -- Ron Crawford has stepped down as Head Coach at Cleveland High School. Crawford spent three seasons with the Blue Raiders and will now return to Brentwood High School where he previously spent more than a decade coaching.
Crawford said there is only one reason he's making this move, "family, I have grandchildren," said Crawford and the move to Brentwood puts him closer to his family.
Crawford compiled a 21-15 record through three seasons at Cleveland and made the second round of the 5A playoffs this year.
Crawford said, "such gratitude for the opportunity to coach here, the leadership is great."
Crawford previously led Brentwood High School to a State Championship in 2002, he spent 10-years as Brentwood's head coach.