"I have a lot of good memories and the girls are an awesome group. Besides the state title, some of the high points of the program were when we finally beat teams like Moore County and Summertown. Another was when we won our first district championship."
Reasonover, who was at the helm for the school's only state championship in 2006 resigned the high school post last week and took the same position as the middle school boy's coach at Forrest.
"In order to be successful at the high school level, you have to put in long days," Reasonover said. "I was working 20-hour days during the season because I wanted to be successful. I have two small children at home and I don't want to wake up one day and have it all pass me by
See Wednesday's Tribune for the complete story.