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JCJC football coach resigns

Jones County Junior College Football Coach Ray Perkins announced Monday he is resigning.

Perkins told News 7 that "It's time for the next chapter. I appreciate JCJC and president Jesse Smith for the opportunity and remain a great fan of the Bobcats.

"I will help them in any way, shape or form including fundraising."

Perkins went on to say that "I'm resigning, not retiring. I'm not closing the door on anything and that includes coaching."

Perkins went 15-5 in two seasons with JCJC including a trip to the 2013 MACJC State Championship game.

 

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