Ray Lamb was named Coordinator of High School Relations July, 1993, after a 35-year high school coaching career in Georgia and South Carolina.
A graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan, Lamb serves as a liaison between the Georgia coaches in all sports and high school coaches throughout the state and region. A past president of the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association, Lamb won three state football championships at two different high schools during his coaching career: two at Warren County and one at Commerce H.S. Ray and his wife, Linda, have three children and six grandchildren. Their sons, Bobby and Hal are both involved in football: Bobby at Furman University and Hal at Calhoun High School in Calhoun, and their daughter, Lynn, is a teacher and tennis coach - her husband Michael Davis is a teacher and coach in the Calhoun School system. Coach Lamb was recently inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.