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Head Coach Steve Kerr

This is Coach Steve Kerr’s third season as the IAHS baseball coach. Coach Kerr was at Smithville for four years as the Head Baseball Coach. While at Smithville Coach Kerr’s teams made the playoffs all four years and won the division the last three years.  In 2014, Coach Kerr’s teams won the school’s first ever North half championship and first ever State Championship. In 2015 Coach Kerr’s team won the schools second North half Championship and lost in the State Championship game. Coach Kerr teaches ACT Prep at IAHS  and is the schools Asst. Athletic Director. Coach Kerr has his Bachelor’s degree in Biology and his Masters in Education Curriculum. Coach Kerr is married to the former Yolanda Simmons of Tupelo. They have one son, Paxton, who is eight and attends IAC.

Coach Shaun Nichols

Shaun Nichols graduated from Tremont High School and the University of North Alabama. While at the University of North Alabama, he worked as an assistant with the football team for 2 years. He began his teaching/coaching career at Smithville in 2006. He began teaching at Itawamba Agricultural High School in 2008 where he has taught in the History Department.  During this time, he has also worked as an assistant coach in the football and baseball programs. He has also worked with the FCA group during his tenure at I.A.H.S. 

Coach  Lee Ramey

Coach Ramey is a former player and graduate of IAHS. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of Mississippi. Coach Ramey is married to Kim Ramey of Como Ms and they have two sons Taylor and Reed Ramey. He has been an assistant baseball coach at IAHS for the past five years.

Coach Collin Minga

Coach Minga is entering his third year as a coach.  He graduated from Mantachie High School in 2011 and then played two years at ICC for Rick Collier.  After graduating from ICC in 2013, he finished his degree at Ole Miss where he graduated in 2015.  Coach Minga also coaches Soccer and Jr. High Football.  He is married to the former Carli Reeder of Fulton.