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Georgetown Hires New Head Coach

Jason Dean has been selected as the new head football coach at Georgetown. Dean will replace Phil Blue, who remains at the school as athletic director.

Dean was Georgetown's offensive coordinator last year and offensive line coach before that. The McMurry University grad from Santa Anna also coached seven years at Abilene.

Georgetown finished 7-4 last season and finished third in District 16-5A. With Dean coaching the offense, the Eagles failed to score 20 points just once all season and scored 30 or more four times.

A very impressive list of candidates applied for the job. Dean was chosen over Cypress Falls coach David Raffield, Midland Lee coach Randy Quisenberry, Kerrville Tivy coach Mark Smith. Wichita Falls Rider coach Scott Ponder and Kilgore coach Mike Vallery.

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