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The Sharks add Billy Bonds, Anthony Jones and George Dovin to the coaching staff.
By KELLIE DIXON
Published July 10, 2007
Two new faces and a familiar one have joined the Nature Coast football coaching staff.
Coach Jamie Joyner announced Monday that Billy Bonds, Anthony Jones and George Dovin will help coach the defending district champion Sharks.
Bonds, who coached previously for Citrus, will work with the linebackers. Before working at Citrus, Bonds was a defensive coordinator for a high school in Alabama.
"He's been a defensive coordinator in the past, so he brings a lot of experience," Joyner said.
Bonds will teach either physical education or handle in-school suspension at Nature Coast.
Jones, a recent graduate of South Florida, will work with Ryan Wilson coaching running backs for the Sharks.
"He's a great guy," Joyner said. "Just a young guy anxious to get out there and coach, and we feel like he can."
Dovin is a familiar face for the Sharks. A few years ago he taught law enforcement at Nature Coast and helped coach football and junior varsity basketball. A retired police officer, Dovin spent some time working as a bodyguard in Naples but has decided to get back into coaching.
Dovin will coach the defensive backs again and will teach exceptional student education at Nature Coast.
"He did a great job for us last time he was here, so we're excited to get him back," Joyner said.