Head coach David Lowery talks to the team after their win over Red Level.

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Lowery reaches 150-win milestone at Brantley

Published 11:55pm Friday, October 26, 2012

With Brantley’s win over Red Level Friday night, head coach David Lowery earned his 150th win as head coach of the Bulldogs.

He was presented with a signed football following the game.

“I’m proud to get it,” Lowery said. “There were a lot of great players and other folks that helped earn these wins over the years.”

Despite the ceremony, Lowery says it’s only win No. 149 due to a forfeit by J.F. Shields last season, but that forfeit goes down as a win in the record books.

Lowery took over as Brantley’s head coach in 1999.  Since then, his teams have won at least eight games every season but one.

His total record at Brantley is 150-27, or an 84.7 percent winning percentage.

The Bulldogs have a region record of 88-3 during that time with 12 region titles.

Head coach David Lowery stands beside his wife Kim and son Andrew.

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