Head Football Coach
Coach Reggie Stancil is entering his second season at Peachtree Ridge High School as Head Football Coach and his 16th year of coaching high school football. He previously coached quarterbacks and headed up college recruiting at Norcross High School. Coach Stancil teaches Health & Physical Education.
Coach Stancil was a record-breaking quarterback and baseball player at Colquitt County, earning all-state honors twice in both sports. He opted to play college football at Jacksonville State where he threw for 5182 career yards and had 6276 yards of total offense. He was named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and named to the All American Team in 2000. In 2012, Coach Stancil was inducted into the Colquitt County Sports Hall of Fame.
Coach Stancil also coached at Morrow, Northside-Warner Robbins and Lithonia early in his career before finding a home at Norcross High School. He coached football at Norcross High School for 11 years and was part of the 2012 and 2013 State Championship teams. In his last year at Norcross High School, Coach Stancil contributed to 38 alumni playing college football , seventh-most in the state. Stancil was also the head baseball coach in 2016, and Norcross High School won the 6A Region Baseball Championship and went on to play in the semifinals for the first time in school history.
Coach Stancil and his wife Alicia have a son, Jamal (16), who attends Peachtree Ridge and plays baseball.