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Albertville parts ways with head football coach Cliff Mitchell

Albertville, AL – The Albertville Aggies are in the market for a new head football coach.  PrepsNet has confirmed that Cliff Mitchell has been dismissed after two seasons at the helm of the Aggies football program.  

Mitchell and the Aggies closed out 2020 at 2-8 with a 34-33 double overtime victory over 5A Boaz and a forfeit win over the Huntsville Panthers.  

The Aggies were elevated to class 7A prior to the start of the 2020 season. 

The Douglas High alumni and Marshall County native lead the Aggies to a 6A playoff birth in his first season as the Aggies head coach notching a 5-5 regular season mark.  His career head coaching record currently stands at 7-14 overall, 3-9 in region play.

Mitchell, the son of former Douglas Hall of Fame head coach Rex Mitchell, began his coaching career as a full-time assistant at Albertville in 2004 after serving for one season as a student assistant. During his 15 year tenure as an Aggies assistant he has served under head coaches Sam Graham, Tommy Tharp, Joel Pool and Dale Pruitt.

Mitchell is expected to retain his teaching position at Albertville.