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 Jimmy Warr 

James DeWitt Warr was born January 10, 1942 in Marion Junction, Alabama. He attended Pine Hill High School and played football for the school. Warr was named to the 2nd team All-State team his senior year as a guard.

Warr graduated high school in 1960, and in 1964 he graduated from Livingston University, where he lettered in football for four years (1960-64).

He taught and was the head coach at Millry High School, Washington County High School, Stokes Academy, Thomasville Academy, Patrician Academy, and South Choctaw Academy during his career in education.

Warrs 1972 Washington County team finished 9-0-1. All told six of his teams finished the regular season undefeated. Three of these won out in the playoffs to remain undefeated.

His overall record is 156-91-4 at six different school. Warrs teams made the playoffs a total of ten times in 23 years as a head football coach. He won an AISA state title at Thomasville Academy in 1984 and four at Patrician Academy (1986, 1988, 1989 and 1990).

During his career, Coach Warr won eight State Championships in all sports and was named the Coach of the Year four times. In 2002 he was honored to be inducted into the AISA Hall of Fame.

Coach Jimmy Warr passed away in Butler, Alabama at the age of 70 on August 14, 2012.


Known Record:  156-91-4   63.2%
 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 
South Choctaw Academy
South Choctaw Academy1997 AISA-AA5-61771610-1635West2-26971
 1 Year5-61771610-16352-26971
    
Patrician Academy
Patrician Academy1993 AISA8-2325960-11927
Patrician Academy1992 AISA8-2239880-106
Patrician Academy1991 AISA-AA11-1294821-1266
Patrician Academy1990 AISA-AAA8-53382193-010259
Patrician Academy1989 AISA-AA12-0471593-012417West#6-025532
Patrician Academy1988 AISA-AA13-04421123-010522West#6-019641
Patrician Academy1987 AISA-AA8-3245650-11520
Patrician Academy1986 AISA-AA13-0359493-09110
Patrician Academy1985 AISA-AA11-13261231-15444West
 9 Years92-14303989314-553621112-045173
    
Thomasville Academy
Thomasville Academy1984 AISA-A11-13761202-05512West
Thomasville Academy1983 AISA-A7-42311320-1620
Thomasville Academy1982 AISA-A6-4-1222164#
Thomasville Academy1981 AISA-A7-3-1216117
 4 Years31-12-210455332-161320-000
    
Stokes Academy
Stokes Academy1980 AISA-A0-1032399
Stokes Academy1979 AISA-A4-6178178
Stokes Academy1978 AISA-A5-6172199
Stokes Academy1977 AISA-A5-5-1128122
Stokes Academy1976 AISA-A2-885152
Stokes Academy1975 AISA4-6101194
 6 Years20-41-169612440-0000-000
    
Washington County
Washington County1972 2A6-3-140279
 1 Year6-3-1402790-0000-000
    
Millry
Millry1969 1A1-858246
Millry1968 1A1-718295
 2 Years2-15765410-0000-000
    
TOTALS
 23 Years156-91-45435345116-760327814-2520144


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