MACON, Ga. — Thursday night, the Bibb County School Board announced a new head football coach to fill the vacancy at Central High School.
Coach Jarrett Laws is the new head coach of Central high school in Macon. Laws has been a high school head football coach for 17 years both in Florida and Georgia, including stops at Mount Zion, Charles R. Drew, Griffin, and most recently, Salem High School in Rockdale County, achieving a 15-year best 6-1 region record in 2018.
"I'm really excited. I've done my research and I know the history of Central and know how they favor to the community. To have the honor to be able to serve at such a historic school like this just thrills me. I'm just anxious to be able to serve the community and do everything I can to get them to the next level," Laws said.
Laws takes over a Central program formerly led by Joaquin Sample, whose teams were 16-36 in five seasons, 3-8 in 2022.