Columbus, Ga. — Carver High School is still one of the signature programs in the Chattahoochee Valley. The Tigers have won 11 region titles and in 2007 they brought home a state championship. But recently Carver hasn’t added to its trophy case with the team enduring a carousel of head coaches.
Corey Joyner takes over as the head man this year becoming the fourth head coach in 4 years at Carver.
“You think about the athletes and the tradition you have here at Carver you have to accept this job,” Joyner said. “I mean it’s one of the top jobs in the nation. They were ranked number six in the nation as far as putting FBS students in the school. So the challenge is just about bringing that discipline and bringing that work ethic here.”