Warren Central High School has welcomed Sabrevian Davis to their girl’s basketball coaching staff.
Davis, who graduated from Raymond High School in 2015, played basketball under Head Coach Mike Coleman. During her time there, she played on the varsity team for all four years and was instrumental in leading the Lady Rangers to a 2015 4A State Championship, concluding the season with a 30-4 record.
After high school, Davis received a scholarship to play at Hinds Community College for two years. She later pursued higher education and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Jackson State University.
Davis is now in her first year of both teaching and coaching, having been hired by her former teammate and current WC Head Coach, Pooh Robinson.
“I’m excited to be back around the game that made high school special and I’m ready to impact those who are experiencing high school basketball now,” Davis said.
Davis will assist with coaching the post players this year. The season is set to begin on Nov. 7, when the Lady Vikes travel to face Madison Central.See a typo? Report it here.