An assistant coach who helped Chad Hibdon build the Blackman Lady Blaze basketball program into a national power will become their new head coach. While Jessica Jackson wasn't at the school when they won back to back state championships and the nation's number one team in 2014, she will feel right at home on Blaze Drive. During that time, the former Blackman assistant was building a new tradition as the first ever head coach of Stewarts Creek High School. Her teams went 24-31 the last two years, 18-10 this past season. Jackson replaced Hibdon, who resigned in April to become the new head coach at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia. Blackman would have been the last school in search for a coach in the county after a year of major turnover in the ranks. But now, the Red Hawks find themselves searching for a new head coach.