Coach’s Corner: Dooly County looking to improve on 7-4 record

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Dooly County Bobcats are coming off of a 7-4 season which saw them finish 6-2 during regional play.

The Bobcats lost in the first round of the playoffs, losing to Clinch County 30-8.

Dooly will play in Region 4-A, with Crawford County, Hawkinsville, Macon County, Schley County, and Taylor County.

This is Jimmy Hughes seventh season as head coach, and has never had a losing record during his tenure.


The offense for the Bobcats averaged 24.6 points-per-game during 2015.

They will be returning sophomore quarterback Bo Lawson, who started the last six games of the year last season.

Running back Stevie Rhodes is a senior, and he rushed for over 1,200 yards in 2015.


The defense allowed 20.9 points-per-game last season.

They will have seven starters returning, however, they have lost three defensive linemen.

FIRST GAME: At Crisp County on August 19th.

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