TFS Varsity Girls Basketball
2018-19 Varsity Lady Indians
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Brandy Corbett – Head Coach
Dr. Brandy Corbett is a 1992 graduate of Jefferson High School and is in her second year at Tallulah Falls School. She is the Director of College Counseling at the Upper School. Corbett played basketball at Jefferson High School. After receiving a scholarship to play basketball and tennis at the University of North Georgia, she played both sports during her four years at UNG.
Corbett has coached at the middle school, JV and varsity levels during her 19-year career. She was the Head Coach of the Lady Dragon Basketball Program from 2002-06. During these four years, her teams went 20-9, 19-12, 24-6 and 23-9; made Class A state tournament appearances all four years; reached the "Elite Eight" round of the Class A state tournament three of these four years; and made it to the "Final Four" during her last season as head coach.
She was named the 8A Region "Coach of the Year" and the Athens-Banner Herald "Coach of the Year" during the 2005-06 season.
Corbett is married to Tim Corbett and is the proud mother of TFS students Kale and Katy Corbett.
Whittney Branson – Assistant Coach
Whittney Branson graduated from Habersham Central High School where she played varsity basketball and volleyball all four years. She earned her bachelor's degree in broadfield social science, with a minor in history. She has a master’s degree in education, with a minor in history and played volleyball at Piedmont College.
She helped to establish teams at Habersham County middle schools and coached at the Banks County Recreation Department in both basketball and volleyball for several years.
TFS Basketball News
Tue Nov 20
TFS Lady Indians win in dramatic fashion over King’s Ridge
Record of 3-0, next game set for Nov. 27
Mon Nov 12
TFS Lady Indians varsity basketball team beats Strong Rock Christian in season-opener
New head coach, new opportunities for student-athletes to soar
Tue Apr 10
TFS names Corbett as head coach for varsity basketball Lady Indians
Experienced coach brings solid leadership to new position