Head Coach Tim Perry
Tim Perry grew up in Rand, WV, and attended Harding University, where he lettered three seasons as a wide receiver.
Perry was the Head football coach at ACA in Montgomery from 1985 through the 2000 season where he had a 73-73 record in fourteen seasons. He later coached in Nashville and at Central Arkansas Christian School in North Little Rock where he put together a record of 68-19-1, his team won the Arkansas Class 3A state championship in 2004 and returned again in 2005. In 2007 Perry joined the staff at Harding as Offensive Coordinator. In 2010 Perry took the head coaching job at Nashville AR, where he stayed for 2 seasons.
In 2012 Perry returned to Alabama as the head football coach and athletic director of Wetumpka High School where he as remain. Coach Perry is entering his 7th season at Wetumpka. He as a record of 49-29 overall, 5-5 in the playoffs, 23-17 in region play. The Indians have made the playoffs 5 consecutive years under Perry which is the second longest streak in school history. In 2017 the Indians shattered the school record for most points in a season at 613. Tied the record for most wins in a season with 13. Indians won the 7th region title in school history in 2017. Under Perry the Indians are 4-3 against Stanhope Elmore and 3-2 against Prattville (3 game winning streak).