2017 – 2018 Hooch Coaching Staff
Chattahoochee Basketball website can be found at HoochHoops.com
Head Coach: Chris Short
Head Coach Chris Short comes to Chattahoochee after spending the previous 6 seasons as the men’s varsity assistant coach at Roswell High School. During his tenure at Roswell, they earned multiple state playoff berths and ended the 2016-2017 season as regular season region champions following a 21-6 regular season. Coach Short has served in multiple roles within the Roswell program, mostly recently as Defensive Coordinator and Scouting Point Person. While defensive coordinator, Roswell led all of Class 7A men’s basketball programs in points given up per game and held their opponents to an average of 47 points per game. Prior to his work at Roswell, Coach Short served under Duke Mullis as a varsity men’s assistant coach at Chattahoochee. Coach Short is thrilled to return to his Fulton County coaching roots at the Hooch!
Prior to moving to Georgia, Coach Short worked in Florida as the head coach at Sebastian River High School, an assistant at University High School, and a team manager with the University of Central Florida under head coach Kirk Speraw. Chris has his Masters in Sports Administration from Central Michigan University and his Bachelors in Health and Physical Education from UCF.
Coach Short and his wife Amy have two children, Matson and Carter. Amy also works in Fulton County as the head counselor at Roswell High School and a former Chattahoochee counselor. They are excited to make Hooch basketball a total family experience!
Head Coach: Randy Clemons
Coach Clemons joins the Hooch family from Creekview High School in Canton, GA, with 9 years of experience coaching at the high school level in both boys and girls basketball. “I am very excited to be working at Chattahoochee! It is an excellent school with a great reputation in both athletics and academics. I’m looking forward to improving on what has been accomplished to build a great basketball program.” Coach Clemons plans to work hard this off-season to prepare and compete for a Region 7-AAAAAA title and beyond. He resides in Woodstock with his wife, Heather, and their two dogs Fitz and Lucy.