Youth Football, comprised of 5th and 6th graders, practices an average of twice per week and plays 6-8 minute quarters on Thursday afternoons.
Middle School Football
Middle School Football, open to 7th and 8th graders, practices three times per week, and plays 8 minute quarters on Thursday evenings.
Junior Varsity Football (B-Team), made of 9th through 11th graders, practices four times per week and plays 8-10 minute quarters on Thursday evenings. JV players are also members of the varsity team and may play no more than 6 quarters per week.
Varsity Football, made of 9th through 12th graders, practices four per week, and plays regulation games on Friday evenings. Varsity team members are strongly encouraged to enroll in conditioning classes as well as attend summer training programs in June and July.
Shane Boggs is Brookwood’s head football coach and has 19 years of football coaching experience. Highlights include an undefeated state championship season in 2007 and a semifinal appearance in 2006. Prior to Brookwood, he was a part of two state championships as an assistant and defensive coordinator. Coach Boggs was named Big Bend Coach of the year for all classifications and head coach of Florida in the 2010 Border Wars All-Star Game as well as the head coach of the 2012 TN/VA All Star Game. In January of 2013, Coach Boggs returned to Brookwood as head coach and teaches Finance and Conditioning. The common thread through all his duties is a desire to teach students and athletes the relationship between investment and return. Shane and his wife Christa have three children, Kendall (‘23), Morgan (‘25), and Seth (‘27). He loves spending time with his family, playing golf, and cheering for the Tennessee Volunteers!
Bill grew up in the small, north Georgia town of Greensboro and graduated from Nathanael Greene Academy. From there, Bill traveled across the state and was a cum laude graduate from the University of West Georgia. Bill then went on and received his Masters of Arts in Teaching degree from Piedmont College in Athens, Georgia.
There was never any doubt where Bill would begin his career. He felt the need to give back to the school that gave so much to him for 14 years. Bill spent the first six years of his educational career at his alma mater, Nathanael Greene Academy. He taught middle and high school social studies and was the Head Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Basketball, and Track coaches.
Bill has now been apart of the Brookwood faculty since the fall of 2013. While at Brookwood, he has taught middle and upper school social studies. These subjects in include 7th grade World Geography and Culture, 8th grade United States History, and 9th grade Economics. Bill’s role also includes coaching many sports such as football, basketball, and track and field.
While not at Brookwood, you can find Bill spending time with his beautiful wife, two adorable daughters (Braelyn ‘30 and Hannah Kate), or working out either at Brookwood or at the YMCA.
Mark Humphries has been at Brookwood since the 2000-2001 academic year. Before he came to Brookwood he taught at Lenoir City Schools in Lenoir City, Tn for 7 years. Mark graduated from Cairo High School in 1986 and went to Maryville College in Maryville, Tn. There he earned a BA degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education. He also played four years of football, was named team captain his senior year and voted best Athlete his senior year. Mark currently teaches geometry, pre-calculus, and statistics. He also coaches football and junior-pro basketball. Mark enjoys teaching/coaching, working outside, cooking, fishing, exercising, and Bible study and prayer. Mark and his wife, Rhonda, have two children, Anthony ‘16, and Abigail ‘23.