Daily List: Head coaches who work for their alma maters

About one in eight Georgia high school football coaches are working at their alma maters, according to GHSF Daily research. GHSF Daily has the high school alma maters of 363 of Georgia’s 418 head coaches. Of those 363, 46 (or 12.7 percent) are coaching at their alma maters. The longest-tenured of those is Greg Moore, in his 18th season at First Presbyterian Day.

Aquinas: James Leonard

Armuchee: Muhammad Abdellatif

Athens Christian: Chris Williams

Atkinson Co.: Carl McGowan

Bleckley County: Von Lassiter

Brooks Co.: Maurice Freeman

Brookwood: Philip Jones

Clarke Central: David Perno

Claxton: Tony Welch

Clinch County: Jim Dickerson

Commerce: Michael Brown

Creekside: Maurice Dixon

Dalton: Matt Land

Dougherty: Corey Joyner

Early County: Joel Harvin

First Presbyterian: Greg Moore

Fitzgerald: Tucker Pruitt

Glascock County: Chris Kelley

Gordon Lee: Greg Ellis

Grady: Earthwind Moreland

Griffin: Antonio Andrews

Hardaway: Michael Woolridge

Hawkinsville: Will Conner

Jackson: Dary Myricks

Jenkins County: Charlie Waters

Josey: Raleigh Roundtree

LaGrange: Dialleo Burks

Madison County: Chris Smith

Mount de Sales: Keith Hatcher

North Clayton: Cap Burnett

Northside (W.R.): Kevin Kinsler

Pacelli: Mark LeGree

Parkview: Eric Godfree

Pope: Tab Griffin

Rabun County: Lee Shaw

SE Whitfield: Sean Gray

Southwest (Macon): Joe Dupree

SW DeKalb: Damien Wimes

Sprayberry: Brett Vavra

St. Pius: Paul Standard

Statesboro: Jeff Kaiser

Stratford Acad.: Mark Farriba

Tri-Cities: Kenneth Miller

Trion: Justin Brown

Tucker: Bryan Lamar

Wilcox County: Mark Ledford

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