Richard Jackson promoted to Coach Lockney Football - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Richard Jackson promoted to Coach Lockney Football

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LOCKNEY, TX (KCBD) -

Lockney has promoted Richard Jackson to be the new head football coach of the Lockney Longhorns. Jackson has been the Defensive Coordinator the past 2 seasons and has been on staff the last 3 years.

He takes over for Jay Ragland, who left after 8 years in Lockney to be the Offensive Coordinator at Seagraves.

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