Milton (Georgia) promotes Offensive Coordinator Ben Reaves to Head Coach

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The search to replace Adam Clack was a short one for Milton High School officials. Tuesday, the school announced it was promoting offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Ben Reaves.

Related: Clack resigns from Milton

The elevation of Reaves comes less than a week after Clack announced he was stepping-down after five years. During that time, Clack led the Eagles to a 54-12 with a Class 7A state championship in 2018. After winning the title, Milton finished No. 20 in the High School Football America 100, powered by NFL Play Football.

This past season, Milton lost to Collins Hill in the 7A state championship game. The Eagles finished No. 41 in our national rankings.

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