Ray Lamb Stadium at Commerce High School (Georgia)

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Commerce High School’s football stadium is named after the school’s legendary head coach Ray Lamb.

Coach Lamb led Commerce to its first state championship in 1981. Prior to his time with the Tigers, Lamb coached at Warren County, leading that school to state titles in 1965 and 1966.

After leaving Commerce after the 1988 season, Lamb spent several seasons at Monroe Area. He left the high school ranks after the ’92 season to become that coordinator of high school football relations for the University of Georgia until 2011.

Lamb’s lifetime high school coaching record, at the three schools, was 249-103-11.

Ray Lamb Stadium at Commerce High School in Commerce, Georgia

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