A hundred and ninety-seven wins. Twenty-four seasons.
Allen Lowe, head coach of Deerfield-Windsor, is now entering his 25th season, and win number 200 during his tenure with the Knights is well within reach. Lowe already became a member of the 200 win club in the state of Georgia, but accomplishing this feat at a single school is an even more incredible achievement. While this remarkable milestone is surely one to be celebrated, Deerfield-Windsor’s squad has its eyes set far beyond just three wins.
After a 2015 season that fell just a field goal short of a state championship, the 2016 season took a step backward. Amassing a record of 7-5 (2-2), the Knights showed much room for improvement, largely due to the graduation of a lot of senior talent on both sides of the ball. With another year of experience under their belts, the Knights will march through a nearly identical schedule as last year, providing plenty of opportunity for redemption.
With a veteran coaching staff, strong core of returning starters, and history on their side, the Knights are posed to once again make an impact in GISA AAA.
In the Game Magazine / South Georgia / August – September 2017
Lowe Holding Knights Accountable to Winning History
Written by Cole Parker
Photos by Mary Ann Clark Miller