Grayson (GA) hires new head coach

Grayson football

Jeff Herron is the new head coach at Grayson.  Herron, who has four state championships on his resume as head coach at Camden County and Oconee County, replaces Mickey Conn, who resigned earlier this year to take a job at Clemson.

Herron, who spent the last three seasons as the head coach at Prince Avenue, has a lifetime record of 273-51 in 26 years as a head coach at six schools.

Grayson has won at least ten games in eight of the last nine seasons.  The Rams are coming-off a 13-1 season in 2015.

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