Shawn Cutwright Assumes Leadership of Colerain Football Program


Colerain High School is pleased to announce Shawn Cutright as the next Head Football Coach, pending board of education approval on 1/7/19. Coach Cutright joined the Colerain coaching staff in 2005 under former head coach Kerry Coombs.  After just three seasons, he was promoted to defensive coordinator by former head coach Tom Bolden in 2008. During his tenure as coordinator, the Cardinals have collected 120 wins, as well as 11 consecutive GMC conference titles, 10 playoff appearances, 3 Regional Championships and were the OHSAA Division 1 State Runner-Up in 2018. In 2013, Coach Cutright was named Assistant Coach of the Year by the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association. During his time at Colerain, he has taught Biology, Genetics, Astronomy, Environmental Science and Physical Science.

Prior to arriving to Colerain, Cutright was a science teacher and defensive coordinator for Northside High School in Jacksonville, North Carolina.  During his time at Northside (2003-2005), they made two trips to the NCHSAA state playoffs in football and he was also the Head Varsity Baseball coach.  He took over a baseball program that had won zero games in the season prior to his arrival and was able to turn them around and finish with a .500 record in one year.  From 2000-2003, he was a science teacher and coached football, boys basketball, and girls softball for Franklin High School in Franklin, Ohio.

Cutright is a native of West Virginia, where he graduated from Tucker County High School.  He received his bachelor’s degree from Marietta College (OH) in Biology and his master’s degree from Marygrove College (MI) in Education.

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