Rickards choses alum Quintin Lewis as new head coach

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Published on March 09, 2012 with No Comments

The wait is over. The Rickards Raiders have a new head man. 1997 alum Quintin Lewis will take over for Rudy Hubbard and will look to lead the Raiders to success.

Rickards finished the 2011 season with a 1-9 record. The Raiders will look to rebound in 2012 under coach Lewis.

Quintin Lewis is a native of Tallahassee, Florida and graduate of James S. Rickards High School
(Class of 1997). After graduating from Rickards, Coach Lewis attended Bethune-Cookman
University and received his degree in Physical Education and Recreation in 2003. At Bethune-
Cookman, he was a standout defensive lineman for the Wildcats from 1997-2000. After playing,
he began his coaching career as a Graduate Assistant at BCU capturing the 2002 Mid-Eastern
Athletic Conference Championship. In 2003 he returned home to Rickards as an Assistant
Coach before accepting the same position at Crescent City High School. After serving as
Defensive Coordinator for five years, he was promoted in 2010 as Head Coach at CCHS. It is an
honor to welcome Coach Lewis, his wife and children back to Tallahassee once again for what
will prove to be a long stint at his alma mater, James S. Rickards High School.

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