South Warren High School

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South Warren High School
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Address
8140 Nashville Road
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104
Coordinates 36°53′45″N 86°31′03″W / 36.89589°N 86.51742°W / 36.89589; -86.51742Coordinates: 36°53′45″N 86°31′03″W / 36.89589°N 86.51742°W / 36.89589; -86.51742
Information
Type Public
Motto Pride-Strength-Honor
Established Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Principal Jenny Hester
Enrollment 1,104[1] (2013–14)
School color(s) Black, Silver, and Royal Blue
Nickname Spartans
Feeder schools South Warren Middle School
Website

South Warren High School, located in Bowling Green, in the U.S. state of Kentucky, is one of four high schools in the Warren County School System.[2] The school opened on August 3, 2010. It is co-located in the same building complex as South Warren Middle School. Together they comprise the largest school facility in Kentucky. The mascot for South Warren, the Spartans, is inspired by the oligarchical government system imposed by force in ancient Sparta.

Athletics[edit]

South Warren High School is a member of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association and participates in many sports, including football, boys' and girls' soccer, volleyball, boys' and girls' basketball, baseball, and softball.

Baseball[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2011 Chris Gage 12–19 District Quarterfinals
2012 Chris Gage 23–13 District & Regional Champions, State Quarterfinals
2013 Chris Gage 18-16 Regional Quarterfinals
2014 Chris Gage 28-14 District Runner up, Regional Champions, State Quarterfinals
2015 Chris Gage 29-10 District Runner up, Regional Champions, State Quarterfinals
All Time Record 110–72

Football[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2011 Mark Nelson 4-7 First Round
2012 Mark Nelson 9–4 Third Round, Region 1 Runner up
2013 Mark Nelson 11-2 D2 Champs, Region 1 Runner Up
2014 Brandon Smith 13-1 D2 Champs, Region 1 Champs
2015 Brandon Smith 15-0 D2 Champs, Region 1 Champs, 4A State Champs
All Time Record 52–14

Boys' soccer[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Tommy Alexander 10–10–1 District Semifinals
2011 Tom Alexander 8–11–2 District Semifinals
2012 Tom Alexander 9–9–2
2013 Tom Alexander 11–6-2 District Semifinals
2014 Tom Alexander 15–7-1 District & Region Runner up
2015 Tom Alexander 13–7-4 District & Region Runner up
All Time Record 66–50–12

Girls' soccer[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 David Burnette 9–5–2 Regional Semifinals
2011 David Burnette 11–7–1 Regional Semifinals
2012 David Burnette 12–4–1 District Semifinals
All Time Record 32–16–4

Volleyball[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Justin Griffin 11–22 District Quarterfinals
2011 Justin Griffin 13–19 District Quarterfinals
2012 Justin Griffin 24–12 District Semifinals
2013 Justin Griffin 26–13 District Runner up, Region Runner up
2014 Justin Griffin 31–8 District & Region Champs, State Quarter Finals
2015 Justin Griffin 34–7 District & Region Champs, State Quarter Finals
All Time Record 139–81

Boys' basketball[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010–2011 Derrick Clubb 19-12District Semifinals
2011–2012 Derrick Clubb 9–22 District Quarterfinals
2012–2013 Derrick Clubb
All Time Record 28–31

Girls' basketball[edit]

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010–2011 Ken Waddell 2–25 District Quarterfinals
2011–2012 Ken Waddell 7–23 District Semifinals
2012–2013 Ken Waddell
All Time Record 9–48

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013–2014 Audited School Enrollments (in alphabetic order)" (PDF). Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Retrieved January 1, 2014. 
  2. ^ Warren County Schools webpage, retrieved online 2011-09-22

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