Jeremy Stille tabbed as Indians soccer coach
TFS Athletics – With TFS moving to the Georgia High School Association competition for the spring season in 2021, Jeremy Stille has been named head varsity boys soccer coach.
“Coach Stille has the experience, the passion, the connection with athletes, and the vision for GREAT character and competitive play to lead the boys’ soccer program as we move to the spring season in GHSA,” said Athletic Director Scott Neal.
“He is innovative, distinct in skill development and team play, collaborative and a GREAT role model for our young men.”
Stille grew up playing the game, playing club soccer in metro Atlanta during his middle and high school years at Northview High School. He later competed for four years at Piedmont College.
“Soccer has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. “Like many of our players, I began kicking a soccer ball as soon as I learned to walk,” Stille said. “This sport has challenged me and grown with me, being a constant during every season of life.
His coaching background includes five years at the varsity level, working with programs at Gainesville High School and White County High School.
As head coach at White County, the program experienced three winning seasons, including two playoff berths (including the first in school history), one region runner-up and a Sweet 16 appearance. In 2016, Stille was named region coach of the year with four players receiving all-region honors.
“I am excited to continue working with the TFS soccer program and step into the position of head coach. Last year, with the help of Coach Brett Adams and Athletic Director Scott Neal, I became acclimated to the soccer program, developed a relationship with the players, and helped promote the mission of GREAT expectations and goals for the student-athletes at TFS,” he said.
“The timing to move into the Georgia High School Association Region 8-A next year is just right. We have a growing number of middle school players coming up, developing talent to be even more competitive.”