Darlington High School names Bradley Knox as varsity girls’ basketball head coach
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Darlington High School announced Thursday that Bradley Knox will take over as head coach for the varsity girls’ basketball program.
Currently serving as junior varsity boys’ basketball head coach, assistant coach for the varsity boys’ basketball team, assistant coach for the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams and assistant coach for the varsity football team, Knox brings years of athletic experience to the varsity girls’ basketball squad.
Knox is a 2009 graduate of Darlington High School, where he starred as two-sport athlete in basketball and football. He attended Brunswick Community College in North Carolina on basketball scholarship, helping guide the school to a national tournament appearance. Knox later transferred to Claflin University to play basketball and earn a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education. Currently, Knox is pursuing a master’s degree from Capella University.
Knox joined the Darlington High School varsity girls’ basketball staff as an assistant in 2013. He also coached AAU basketball in 2013 and 2014. He worked as a behavior manager at Darlington Middle School in 2014 while helping as an assistant coach for the school’s football team.
In 2015, Knox took over as head coach for the junior varsity boys’ basketball program, where he led the team to a 14-2 record and Region 6-3A title.
Knox is the son of Lee Central High School assistant athletic director and basketball coach Laverne Knox.