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Cherokee High School boys basketball coach Jeremy Parrott was Honored for earning his 200th career win in 2014-15 back button

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Cherokee High School boys basketball coach Jeremy Parrott was Honored for earning his 200th career win in 2014-15, which was his 14th season as Varsity head coach. His 200th win came on Jan. 13 and he finished the season with 204 total wins.

Parrott has coached the Chiefs to seven winning seasons.

Coach Parrott has been the Head Coach at Cherokee for 14 seasons (204 total wins)

-Back to Back 20+ win seasons in 2010-2011 and 2011-2012


-School record 26 wins in 2012, school record conference wins 12


-First time basketball team has had 4 consecutive winning seasons in school history (2009-2013)


-Coached 3 teams to Intermountain Athletic Conference regular season runner-ups, earning direct byes to the Region I Tournament


-Coached 2 teams to District II Tournament Runner-Up finishes


-6 Region I AAA Tournament Appearances


-2012 Region I AAA Tournament Finalist


-Coached the only Cherokee team to ever make a Sectional (Sub-State) Appearance in 2012


-2012 AAA Sub-State Champions


-2012 led Cherokee to only Tennessee State Tournament Appearance in School History (1 of only 6 teams in Region I AAA to qualify for the state tournament in the last 30 years and 1 of only 2 County schools in our area to do so)


-Coach of the Year in the District II AAA 2006-2007


-Coach of the Year in all classifications in Greater Lakeway Area 2012


-Other Tournament Titles while at Cherokee:


2004 Union County Patriot Invitational Champions


2006 Hardees Classic Invitational Champions


2010 New Peoples Bank Classic Invitational Champions


2014 New Peoples Bank Classic Invitational Champions


-Invited 4 times to play in the nationally recognized Arby’s Classic Tournament


-Coached 29 All-Conference Players


-Coached 3 Intermountain Athletic Conference Players of the Year


-Coached 2 Northeast Tennessee Players of the Year


-Coached 2 All-State Basketball Players


-Coached 6 players who went on to play at the College level

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