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Mr.  Zachry  Kelley
PE / Girls Basketball
Phone Icon 334-598-4461 ext. 2222      Email Icon   Email

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Subjects Taught
Physical Education 7, Physical Education 8, Physical Education 9 - 12, Weight Training 9 - 12

Bio

Coach Zach Kelley began his fourth season as Head Girls Basketball Coach and
sixth year coaching overall. Prior to taking over the girls program, Coach
Kelley assisted Coach Turman with the Daleville boys program for two seasons.
In the summer of 2011, Kelley took the reigns of the girls program and in three
seasons has compiled an overall varsity head coaching record of (49-34) with two
area championships and two Sweet Sixteen Regional Tournament appearances.
During the 2013-2014 season, the varsity girls posted 23 wins which was the most
wins by a Daleville girls basketball team in over 30 years.  Following the
2013-2014 season Kelley was named the Dale County Big X Girls Coach of the Year
and the Southeast Sun and Daleville Sun-Courier Basketball Coach of the Year.

Coach Kelley has spent the majority of his life in the Daleville Community.  He
attended Daleville City Schools from Kindergarten through twelfth grade and
graduated in 2003.  He started on the Varsity Boys Basketball Team for Coach
Andrew Sewell in the early 2000's.  During his playing career, the Warhawks
advanced to the 4A Southeast Regionals in 2002 and 2003.  Kelley ended his high
school playing career as Daleville's all-time leader in 3-point field goals
(210) and also holds the single game record with 8 3-point field goals made in a
game.  Following his high school career, Kelley played at Enterprise Ozark
Community College for Coach Jimmy Messer and the Boll Weevils won the 2004
Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) State Championship.  That same year,
the Boll Weevils set the school record for wins in a season with 27.  When
Kelley finished his two seasons at EOCC, he transferred to the University of
Alabama where he worked with the Women's Basketball Program under Coach
Stephanie Smith.  After two years at Alabama, Kelley got married and transferred
to Troy University where he graduated in 2008.

Coach Kelley currently lives in Enterprise and is married to Casey Johns Kelley
of Enterprise and they have two children: Tucker age six and Brinkley age four.

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