Tuesday, February 19, 2013

OSG High: An Off-Season Game Changer In Ga HSFB; Herron Leaves Camden

((HT: AJC/Holcomb, Oconee Democrat/Matthews))

There are no other words but "stunner" is a good start...

Long-time Camden County (GA) head football coach Jeff Herron is leaving the toughest region and classification for the smallest classification and Prince Avenue Christian (GA) School. Herron has won state titles at Oconee County (GA) High School in 1999 and at Camden in 2003, 2008 and 2009 and was 158-18 in his 13 seasons in Kingsland. He is one of 12 coaches in the state of Georgia to win a title at two different schools.

Prince Avenue was 11-3 and lost in the Class A private championship game to Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy. Head coach Mark Farriba resigned to return to his alma mater, Stratford Academy in Macon.

Herron’s overall record is 242-45 and is set to be announced tomorrow...

Camden, surprisingly to some, lost in the 6A quarter-finals to Norcross in Kingsland as the Blue Devils made their way to a state championship. The team started off strongly, nationally-ranked for a while, with a win over Peachtree Ridge in Week One.
((HT: GPB))

More when we know more...

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