John Curtis girls basketball guard Terren Coffil transfers to Chalmette

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The future fortunes of Chalmette High School girls basketball just rose dramatically.

John Curtis Christian guard Terren Coffil has announced that she is transferring to Chalmette via Twitter.

The hoops standout will be a junior this year at Chalmette.

As a freshman, Coffil was named the Outstanding Player in the state title game as John Curtis won the championship, defeating Mount Carmel Academy.

As a sophomore. Coffil was an integral part of another state championship for the Lady Patriots, scoring 15 points with eight rebounds in a 67-47 win over McKinley in the championship game.

John Curtis recently changed head coaches after Temeka Johnson departed to become an assistant at Western Kentucky following two years on the job in River Ridge.

Johnson had succeeded Barbara Farris, who left after the 2019-2020 season to become an assistant at Stetson. Farris served as the Lady Patriots head coach for 10 seasons, leading John Curtis to five state championships.

Alendra Brown was named the new head coach at John Curtis earlier this month.

Chalmette reached the 5A state playoffs as the 19th seed this past season, falling to No. 14 Denham Springs 48

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