Anderson out as Prattville head football coach

Prattville, AL – After six seasons at the helm of the Prattville football program, Chad Anderson is out as Lions head football coach.  

PrepsNet has confirmed that the Prattville High alumni tendered his resignation on Friday as the program’s head coach and athletic director.  He is expected to retain his teaching position with the Autauga County school. 

Anderson lead the Lions to a 11-3 record in his third season, capped by a trip to the inaugural AHSAA 7A state title game.  After falling to the Hoover Bucs in the 2014 state championship, Prattville slipped to a combined 11-17 record over his last three seasons.  He finished his career at Prattville with a 34-27 record including a 20-18 mark in region play.  

Before taking over for Jamey Dubose in 2012, Anderson served as the head football coach at Wetumpka for eight seasons posting a 54-34 record including six postseason appearances and a 6A region 4 title in 2010.

Anderson’s career head coaching record currently stands at 88-61.

The Prattville head coaching job is expected to garner interest from coaches both inside and out of the state of Alabama.   

The Lion’s have won 13 region crowns and five state championships on the gridiron over their 100 year history.