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After three seasons Capriee Tucker has resigned her position as head coach of the James Clemens' girls basketball program. Photo- Bob Labbe

Tucker Resigns As Girls Basketball Coach At James Clemens

MADISON- Capriee Tucker has resigned her position as head coach of the James Clemens girl’s basketball program. She is expected to be named hew head coach in early May at a yet named school.

“I enjoyed my time here at James Clemens and I learned a lot about the game, the community, the administration and myself,” said Tucker, who just turned 31 year old. “I know we have made strides within the program and I’m excited knowing the direction the program is headed.”

Tucker took over the Jets’ program after two years as an assistant at Hazel Green where the teams she coached played in two straight state championships, winning one, with head coach Tim Miller. She also coached at Huntsville High and was director of Player Development at the University of Alabama. She earned her masters in education at Alabama A&M.

“I want to thank the administration for taking a chance on me three years ago and I have certainly gown as an individual and coach,” added Tucker, whose teams were 39-50 in her three seasons.

She was an All-State player at Fort Payne High and played four years at UT-Chattanooga earning a degree in psychology and later her masters at Alabama.

Tucker will remain at James Clemens until the end of the school year before heading off to a new position.

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