Sherrill returns to the court at Bowling Green High School

Family Resource

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Bowling Green High School has selected D. G. Sherrill as the Boys Basketball Coach. Sherrill returns to the sidelines for the 2020-21 season, after resigning in 2017 to accept a position at the district office. He will continue his district responsibilities as he returns to coaching.

 “Throughout this process we wanted to find a coach that could help our players grow into great young men and had a track record of success on the court,” principal Kyle McGraw said.  “I believe Coach Sherrill ticks both of those boxes and am extremely excited for him to return as the Bowling Green High School head basketball coach.”

Sherrill has 25 years of coaching experience, 18 as head coach and 12 of those at Bowling Green High School. While at BGHS, his teams won 25 or more games in eight seasons and 30 or more games in three seasons. Under his leadership, Purples basketball won seven 14th district titles and six regional titles.  Additionally, during Sherrill’s tenure, the Purples advanced to four elite eights, three state final fours, one state runner up, and won the only basketball state championship in school history.