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 Phillip Lolley 

Phillip Lolley grew up in Butler, Alabama and graduated from South Choctaw Academy. He received a Bachelors degree from Livingston in 1977 and a Masters degree in 1981.

In 1977, Lolley began his coaching career as an assistant football coach at South Choctaw Academy in Toxey, Alabama. After one season he accepted the head coaching position at Warrior Academy.

Over the next four seasons his teams went 25-18 making the playoffs his final two seasons at the school. For two years (1982-83) Lolley served as the defensive coordinator at Demopolis High School before accepting the head coaching job at Stevenson High School.

In Stevenson, Coach Lolley found success on the football field with his four teams going a combined 28-16 with three playoff appearances. Following the 1987 season, Stevenson and Bridgeport combined to form a new school called North Jackson. Coach Lolley took over as the head coach and the winning continued.

Each of his eleven teams qualified for the playoffs and finished with winning records. His teams finished a combined 95-40. The Chiefs won seven area titles and a State Championship in 1993 with a 14-1 record. The 1993 Chiefs defeated Daleville 21-14 for the title.

After retiring from the high school ranks, Coach Lolley accepted a position with the Auburn University as the Conditioning Coach. He has remained with the team since and is currently the cornerbacks coach.

His overall high school coaching record is 145-68 in 19 seasons as a head coach. Lolley was named the Class 4A Coach of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association in 1993.

Known Record:  141-72-0   66.2%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
North Jackson
North Jackson1998 5A6-42001930-1728R154-111367
North Jackson1997 5A6-42131570-11319R142-16538
North Jackson1996 5A5-52661230-12125R142-18244
North Jackson1995 5A7-42561281-15423R132-16034
North Jackson1994 5A9-22211421-14131R13#3-07943
North Jackson1993 4A14-1483785-013729R14#3-01560
North Jackson1992 4A7-42501170-12022R14#3-010021
North Jackson1991 4A9-42921172-15342R14#3-01210
North Jackson1990 4A12-13981452-16949R14#3-012828
North Jackson1989 5A7-42992040-1712R16#3-0939
North Jackson1988 5A8-3292800-1913R16#3-09013
 11 Years90-363170148411-1043129331-41087297
Stevenson1987 3A9-2313610-12124R162-110012
Stevenson1986 3A9-32681261-14229R16#2-15641
Stevenson1985 3A4-6157122R161-22114
Stevenson1984 3A4-71682140-11622R162-14646
 4 Years26-189065231-379757-5223113
Warrior Academy
Warrior Academy1981 AISA-AA7-42621130-1720
Warrior Academy1980 AISA-AA10-2296701-12123
Warrior Academy1979 AISA-AA5-5172111
Warrior Academy1978 AISA-AA3-783178
 4 Years25-188134721-228430-000
 19 Years141-724889247913-1553841138-91310410

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