Jones County coming off best season in school history

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Finishing at 10-3, the Jones County Greyhounds saw 2014 end up being their best season in school history. With that knowledge in hand, head coach Justin Rogers knows it’ll take a lot of hard work and effort in order to better that mark in his second season on the sidelines.

Jones County was 7-2 in their region, and came away with wins from traditional powers Northside and Warner Robins. In the playoffs, the Greyhounds reached the state quarterfinals before losing in a shootout to Mays, 44-41.

One of the keys to the team’s success was their ability to put points on the board, averaging 37 points a game. Quarterback Bradley Hunnicutt finished with 18 touchdowns on the year for a total of 2,663 yards. He’ll be returning in 2015.

The defense allowed 22.5 points per game last year, and have Tyric and Terell Solomon coming back to the secondary.

First game for the Greyhounds will be on August 28th, against Morgan County. 

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