Former Trojan head football coach Rayvan Teague was selected for the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
From the Georgia High School Football Daily, Teague was the football coach at Carrollton (2002-13), Swainsboro (1994-2001), and LaFayette (1990-93). He led all three to region titles. His 2000 Swainsboro team won the Class 3A championship and his record was 221-68-1 in 24 seasons. After coaching, Teague served as athletic director at Westside in Anderson, S.C., until retiring in 2021.
Exclusively at Carrollton High School, Teague went 127-27 in his twelve seasons as head coach. He led the Trojans to five region titles, seven quarterfinal appearances, and two state championship games during his tenure. In 2016, Teague was inducted into the Trojan Athletic Hall of Fame. Following his retirement, he moved back to Carrollton to be closer to family and serve the community and Trojan Nation, where he is a mentor for the CHS football team, a program that he helped start his first year as head coach in 2002. Teague also serves as a board member for West Georgia FCA. The induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 1, at the GACA Hall of Fame in Dalton, Georgia.
Pictured is Coach Rayvan Teague in his first season as head coach for the Trojans. In 2002, Teague led the team to a 10-3 record and a quarterfinal playoff appearance.
Coach Rayvan Teague celebrates` with his wife, Beth, and sons Taylor and Barrett after a thrilling four-overtime win against Marist, advancing to the 2013 GHSA State Championship.