Cribb leaving Hemingway to become Georgetown assistant

Cribb leaving Hemingway to become Georgetown assistant (Image 1)

HEMINGWAY – Ken Cribb is leaving Hemingway after 11 years as the Tigers head football coach to take an assistant position with Georgetown.

Cribb led Hemingway to five region titles, one lower state title. The Tigers also had a lower state runner-up finish. Cribb spent 19 years at the school overall and was 101-36 in his 11 years as head coach. He also served as athletics director.

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