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Coaches Bio's

John Fox, Head Coach Tiny Mite

John Fox- Head Coach Mitey Mites

Football has been a part of my life from the time I was 7 years old, I played youth football, Jr. High School football, High School Football, Junior College Football at College of the Siskiyous in California, and Semi-pro football for the Fayetteville Prowlers. This will be my 6th year of coaching youth football as a head coach. Coaching these young men is one of the most rewarding things that I do. It is a great honor and responsibility that I do not take for granted. My coaching style focuses on the fundamentals of blocking and tackling because that is the basis for developing a successful team and player. Yes we want our teams to be successful but we do not measure success simply by wins, when we get our team to play for each other and consistently give their best effort at practices and games then we have helped create a successful team. I truly believe and know that the lessons football taught me have helped me to succeed in other areas of my life and I want our players to learn these same lessons through the great game of football.

Brad Rowsey, Head Coach Mighty Mite

I was born in Charleston, WV and moved to Princeton, North Carolina in 1989.  I graduated from Princeton High School, where I was a 3 year starter at tight end and defensive end for the Bulldogs.  I was also the long snapper on the punt and field goal units.  I received All Conference Honorable Mention all 3 years and was awarded the Best Blocker title my senior year.  While there, my 4x400 team went to the NCHSAA State Championship 2 years in a row for track.  After high school, I moved to Charlotte, NC where I started my family.  I started coaching soccer at Steele Creek Athletic Association in 2010.  By 2012, my son started playing football for the Steele Creek Seahawks.  I became the defensive line coach for the Seahawks in 2013.  We moved back home in early 2015, and I became an assistant coach with Cleveland Pop Warner at the Mighty Mite level that fall.  We went undefeated that season, and won our bowl game.  During the 2016 season, I was also an assistant at Cleveland Pop Warner, where we had a great season and won our bowl game.  I look forward to a great year as the head coach of our 9 and 10 year olds in 2017.


Reggie Johnson-Head Coach PeeWee


Johnston County Panthers
351 S Parliament way 
Clayton, North Carolina 27520

Phone: 919-825-0872
Email: [email protected]

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