Coach’s Corner: Windsor Academy looking to improve on 9-4 record
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Windsor Knights finished 9-4 in the 2015 season, and lost to Robert Toombs in the GISA semi-final by a score of 57-26. This was the best season for the Knights since 2007, when they went 12-2.
Jimmy Watts is in his fourth year as coach of the Knights.
The Knights scored 45.6 points-per-game last season.
The team lost tailback Josh Brooks, who rushed for 1600 yards in 2015, as well as three offensive linemen.
The Knights will be returning QB Johnathan Osborne and Marquis Jackson, who had close to 2000 all-purpose yards last season.
Windsor allowed 24.3 points-per-game in 2015.
Coach Watts’ squad lost senior DL Tavis Malakius who signed to play with Georgia State.
The Knights have a good core on defense, but lack of line depth on both sides of the ball could be worrisome.
FIRST GAME: August 12th versus Heritage.