Matt Quinn, the head coach of the North Augusta football program, has announced his resignation after just one season in charge. Under Quinn’s leadership, the Yellow Jackets managed to secure an overall record of six wins and six losses. The team had an impressive 4-0 run in regional play, clinching the Class 4A Region Four title and achieving victory in a playoff game on their home field. Matt Quinn Steps Down as North Augusta Football Head Coach.
With North Augusta’s spring practices set to commence in under two weeks, the administration has appointed Richard Bush as the interim head coach, as confirmed by insider sources.
Prior to taking up the role at North Augusta, Quinn’s coaching career spanned five years as head coach at Westwood High School in Blythewood, South Carolina, and Union Pines High School in Cameron, North Carolina.
During his tenure at Westwood, he was honored with the Region 4-AAAA Coach of the Year award in 2021. Before stepping into head coaching roles, Quinn had experience as an offensive coordinator and coach for receivers and quarterbacks.
In a surprising turn of events, Matt Quinn has stepped down as North Augusta’s football head coach after a single season. Despite leading the Yellow Jackets to a regional title and playoff victory, Quinn’s departure has paved the way for Richard Bush to take the reins as interim head coach.
As spring practices approach, North Augusta’s football program eagerly anticipates the impact of this change in leadership. Fans and players alike can look forward to a new chapter in Yellow Jackets’ history, filled with excitement and potential for continued success on the gridiron.