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Jamie Sexton is from Jefferson, Georgia where he graduated from Jefferson High School in 2010. Sexton attended the University of West Georgia on a baseball scholarship, graduating in 2015 with a degree in Special Education. He also received his Master's in Special Education from Georgia Southern in 2018. Coach Sexton was a five-year letterman at West Georgia, receiving a medical redshirt in 2012. In 2013, he was named 1st Team All Gulf-South Conference, Consensus 1st Team All-Region and Honorable Mention All-American. In 2014, Sexton was named Pre-Season All-American. In 2015, he was voted 2nd Team All Gulf-South Conference. During his career at West Georgia, Sexton broke five career and season records. He holds records for innings pitched in a season (115.2), innings pitched in a career (398.1), career strikeouts (289), career starts (51) and career appearances (68). Sexton was one win shy of breaking the school record for career wins with 27 and finished his career with a 3.54 ERA.
From 2016-2018, Coach Sexton was the Asst. Head Coach/Pitching Coach at Carrollton High School and helped lead the Trojans to Back-to-Back Region Championships and Elite 8 appearances in 2017 and 2018. In 2017, Coach Sexton was named Georgia Dugout Club Asst. Coach of the Year. He was named Assistant Coach of the Year for Region 7-5A in 2017 and Region 5-5A in 2018. Sexton was born on February 24th, 1992 to Earl and Dorothy Sexton. He is the youngest of three boys. He is engaged to Alexis Parks.
Kenneth is entering his 20th season in Coaching and has been in the classroom for 10 years teaching Science and Social Studies. Coach Brown earned his Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies and Leadership from the University of New Orleans Seminary. He then earned his Master's Degree in Teaching from the University of West Georgia. Brown has been a part of two Region Championship teams while teaching at Cass Middle winning a title in both Baseball and Football. His most recent stint was at Mt. Zion High School where he was there for 4 years before coming to Temple High School. Kenneth is married to Joy Brown who also works for the Carroll County School System. They have two sons, Thomas and Cade.
Vaughn Lee comes to Temple High School after retiring from a 27 year career in Alabama. Coach Lee spent 8 years as an assistant at Pleasant Valley, Eufaula, and Hewitt Trussville, before becoming the Head Baseball Coach at Cleburne County in 1999. Lee spent 19 seasons as Head Baseball Coach at Cleburne County and accumulated a record of 341-220. The Tigers reached the play-offs for the 2nd time in school history in 2001, and made the play-offs 15 of the 19 years of Coach Lee’s tenure- (including a streak of 13 consecutive years that is still ongoing). The Tigers won 8 Area Championships and advanced to the 4A State Quarterfinals 3 times. During this era, the program had 12 players sign baseball scholarships and 2 were drafted in the MLB draft. Lee spent the 2019 season as an assistant at Central Middle School. Coach Lee and his wife DeeAnne live in Heflin, Alabama and have 2 children (stepson Nick Dunston-21 and daughter Caroline Lee-17).