Jimmy Motz hired as next Norris boys basketball coach.
Since 2015, Motz has been a Social Studies teacher and the head basketball coach at Columbus High School.
From: Norris Athletics
FIRTH, Neb. – Jimmy Motz has been hired to be the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Norris High School. Additionally, Motz will teach Social Sciences at Norris High School. Since 2015, Motz has been a Social Studies teacher and the head basketball coach at Columbus High School.
“My family and I are excited about the opportunity to join the Norris community and to continue to build the Titan Basketball brand,” Motz said. “It is a chance to teach and coach in a progressive school district with several resources and great community support. I look forward to working alongside Mr. Stine and the Norris Coaching Staff and getting to work with the players and coaching staff.”
Mitchell Stine, Norris Assistant Principal & Activities Director commented, “Jimmy is committed to the long-term development of the program, he is well qualified and will be a great addition to the teaching and coaching staff at Norris. Coach Motz’s Basketball pedigree is well established; he has been mentored by some great basketball minds. I am excited for the future of Norris Boys’ Basketball with Coach Motz leading the program.”
Coach Motz takes over for Matt Sheltsa, who accepted the Norfolk High School Boys Basketball position earlier this month.
Biographical Information for Jimmy Motz:
13 years as Head Coach at Sterling, Central City, and Columbus. Career Record of 158-154 with 4 State Tournament
Experiences. Class D-2 State Championship in 2009, Class D-2 3rd Place 2011.