Known as the “Coffee Pot” game, this rivalry dates to 1926. Coffee County vs. Tullahoma played every year except for a two-year break during WWII. The rivalry began with the winning team tearing down the other team’s goalposts. Tullahoma leads the all-time series with 62 wins. Two schools only separated by 10 miles adds another level of intensity to a historic rivalry. Coffee County will be looking to bounce back after suffering a large defeat to Tullahoma last year.  


Cole Pippinger
Coffee County


Zane Hopf


Zane is the TSSAA three sport athlete of the year award recipient for 2022. He is an AP Scholar and has received the AP Scholar Award for scoring a 3 or higher on 3 or more AP Exams. Zane is a member of the National Honors Society and is Mu Alpha Theta. Zane finished 3rd in the AA decathlon and 7th in the triple jump last spring to earn him All State Honors in Track. Zane is still deciding between multiple offers to pursue a career in Engineering.
Nate Luttrell

Coffee County

Nate is a 4-year Varsity Football player. He has completed multiple honors, dual enrollment, statewide dual credit courses and was honored by the National Honors Society of High School Scholars. Nate plans to attend either Chattanooga State or The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to pursue a career in Civil Engineering.


The 2022 “Coffee Pot” battle was one for the books! The Red Raiders started the first quarter with a touchdown to bring the score to 7-0. After a 14-14 halftime score, Konor Heaton catches a swing pass from Pippinger to bring the score to 28-14 with just 1 minute left in the 3rd quarter Coffee County secured the win this year 35-14. #2 Cole Pippinger was the MVP of the game.