After building Central (Phenix City, Alabama) into a national power, Jamey Dubose is headed to Lowndes High School in Georgia

jamey duboseHigh School Football America file photo. James DuBose (left) 2019.
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Jamey DuBose is the new head football coach at Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia. DuBose leaves Central High School (Phenix City, Alabama) after six years and one Alabama state championship.

During his six years at Central, DuBose led the Red Devils to a 66-11 record with a 7A state title in 2018 and a runner-up finish in 2019. In 2018, DuBose’s team finished No. 10 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings. Last year, Central finished No. 64 in the nation.

DuBose takes-over for Randy McPherson, who retired at the end of the season after 18 years as the head coach of the Vikings. Lowndes is coming-off a 7A runner-up finish in 2019, which landed Lowndes No. 16 in our final Top 100.

DuBose also led Prattville to two Alabama state championships during his time at Prattville before moving-on to Florence (Alabama).

Below, you can listen to our interview with Coach DuBose when he took the job at Florence High School.

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