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Coach Trevor Flow

Varsity Head Coach

Coach Flow began coaching at Stephens County High School in Toccoa, Ga in 2006. While in

Toccoa as an assistant coach and head coach during the 2011-2012 seasons, Coach Flow was a

part of an overall 108-57 record while winning 2 regions championships and being a part of the

State Championship runners up in 2008. 

While at North Hall, Coach Flow has been a part of a 265-99 overall record in 11 years at North

Hall and 141-52 record in 6 years as Head Coach. Coach Flow earned Region Coach of the Year

honors during the 2018 and 2022 seasons and AAA Coach of the Year in 2019 and 2021.

In his first year as head coach the Trojans finished 24-7 and made it to the Sweet Sixteen for the

6 th consecutive year. In year 2 the Trojans finished 21-16 and made it to the Final Four, in year 3

the Trojans were 12-4 and ranked #1 in AAA before the Covid shortened season.

In 2020, while working with Lynn Cottrell and the Cottrell Foundation, the Trojans in a constant

effort to upgrade facilities were able to introduce a new turf field, walls and padding and

scoreboard as the field was renamed “Cottrell Field.” We are extremely humbled and grateful to

have such amazing facilities.

In 2021, the Trojans had an historic run that ended in the school’s second state championship, a

school record for wins and Coach Flow was named AAA Coach of the Year. The 2021 team set

the school record for wins in a season, won a region championship, in the record books for

strikeouts as a staff, team shutouts, team hits, team runs in a single game, team triples, team

walks and team stolen bases.

In 2022, the Trojans once again made it to the Final Four and finished the season with a 32-7

record. For the first time in program history the team finished with a perfect region record,

going 21-0.


  • Born in Rome, Georgia. Son – Roman Gabriel Flow

  • Attended Armuchee High School, Rome, Georgia

  • All State player in 3 sports during high school career (Football, Baseball and Basketball)

  • Attended Manatee Community College & Toccoa Fall College: Bachelor’s degree in

Broad Field History & Physical Education with a minor in Religion. Master’s Degree in

Health Planning and Education

  • Junior College All-Star Game 2 years as an infielder

  • College Basketball All-American 2 Years and All Region 3 years. 

  • 2017 GHSA Assistant Coach of the Year AAA

  • 2018 Region 7 AAA Coach of the Year

  • 2019 Georgia Coach of the Year – The Sports Vent

  • 2021 GA Dugout Club AAA Coach of the Year

  • 2022 7AAA Region Coach of the Year While at North Hall

  • 2012-13 - In Coach Flows first year as pitching coach at North Hall he inherited a

talented staff that combined for 16 shut outs in 38 games, 6 of which were in the

playoffs. In 28 of those 38 games, his pitching staff allowed 2 or fewer runs and

combined for an ERA of less than 1.80 for the entire season

  • 2013-14 total innings of returning experience on the mound, the team finished with a 2.60

ERA and went to the Sweet Sixteen

  • 2014-15 team finished with a 2.34 ERA and went to the Elite Eight

  • 2015-16 team finished with a 2.33 ERA and went to the Sweet Sixteen

  • 2016-2017 team finished with a 2.07 ERA and won the AAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 2017-2018 7AAA Region Champions

  • 2017-2018 team finished 24-7 and went to the Sweet Sixteen

  • 2018-2019 team finished 21-16 and went to the Final Four

  • 2019-2020 team finished 12-4 and finished ranked #1 in AAA before the cancelation

  • 2020-2021 7AAA Region Champions

  • 2020-2021 team finished 33-6 and won the AAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 2021-2022 7AAA Region Champions – 21-0 Record

  • 2021-2022 team finished 32-7 and went to the Final Four

  • 2022-2023 team finished 19-12 and went to First Round of playoffs

Coach Flow states that “North Hall is a blessing for him and his family. We are humbled to be

in this community and program. This program and community are special. Thank you for the

support of our program and we look forward to seeing you this year.”

Coach Trevor Flow
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