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ARCHIE CHATMON
High School: Westover High School
- Albany Herald Basketball Sophomore of the Year
- All Region Basketball
- State Track and Field Participant

College: Georgia Southwestern University
- Three time Basketball Letterman
-Four-time Tennis Letterman
-Four-time All Conference Track Letterman

Coaching Achievements/Contribution
- Four-time State Basketball Coach of the Year
- Region Basketball Coach of the Year ( 20 11 -2012)
- Georgia vs. USA All Star Game, Georgia Head Coach,1993
- GHSA All Star Basketball Game, Asst. Coach, 1993
- Two-time Basketball State Runner-Up
- Christmas Holiday Basketball Tournament, Director, 2001 -2010
- Multiple Elite Eight & Sweet Sixteen Basketball appearances
- Multiple Basketball Regional & Sub-Regional Championships
- ABCD Camp, Head Coach Team Georgia, Detroit, Michigan
- Camp USA, Krider Camp, six year Coach, Cincinnati, Ohio
- State Basketball Sectionals, Volunteer, Albany, Georgia
- Participant for more than 20 years with the GHSA Girls State Track & Field Championship
- Distinguished Service Award, 2005, Oak Tree GNETS
Archie is married to the former Virginia Wright. They have a son, Bryan and a daughter, Amber.
CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
-Serves on NCAA Division II South Region Advisory Committee 2011 -Present.
-Served as SIAC Men's Basketball Coaches Chairman 2008- 2010.
-Served as SIAC Men's Basketball Coaches Vice-Chairman 2006 -2008.
-Organized the ASU Youth Summer Basketball League in 2009. The league has become the premiere summer league for youth in Southwest Georgia with over 200 participants last summer
Member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches(NABC).
-Member of the Black Coaches Association (BCA).
-Led Albany State University to a SIAC Tournament Championship and to
Division II National Tournament in 2007 in 1st year as the head coach.
-SIAC Tournament Outstanding Coach 2007.
-Worked Dennis Felton' University of Georgia Basketball Camp 2006.
-Helped lead Albany State University to 2005 SIAC Regular Season Champion title and championship game of the SIAC Tournament as an assistant coach.
-Established the 1st High School Basketball Team Camp at a HBCU in Southeast 2002.
-Worked jim Harrick's University of Georgia Basketball Camp 2004 & 2005.
-Recruited and/or developed I two-time SIAC Player of the Year, 11 Ali-SIAC Players, I SIAC Newcomer of the Year. I SIAC Tournament MVP, 2 Division ll All-South Region Players, and I HBCU All-American.
-Played four years of professional basketball in Finland, Iceland, Mexico, and San Diego, CA.
-Named Most Exciting Player in Mexican ClMEBA Basketball League (CIMEBA) 2000.
-Drafted by San Diego Stingrays, International Basketball League (IBL) in 1999, and played against NBA Legend Erving "Magic" johnson in exhibition game and scored 22 points.
-Started Chris Cameron Basketball Camp in 1999. Camp has worked with over 2,500 youths, including over 50 high school teams and 20 middle school teams throughout the Southeast.

-Named Finish League Most Valuable Player 29 ppg, 8 rpg, 4 apg in 1998 in Vilpas Vikings.
-Participated NCAA National Collegiate Slam-Dunk Contest finishing 3rd place.
-Two time Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year Nominee 1996 & 1997.
-Named Mr. Tulane Basketball and Defensive Player of the Year Nominee 1996 & 1997. Ranked 7th All Time in steals at Tulane University.
-Played in four post season tournaments, NCAA 2nd round in 1995, NIT Tournament 1994 & 1997, NIT Final Four in 1996.
-Ranked No. 50 among top 100 1992-93 seniors by The Sporting News ... Seventh-team All-America by Van Coleman Future Stars ... High honorable mention All -American selection by Streets and Smjth. Rank No. 10 big guard in the nation by Blue Chip Illustrated.
-As a senior at Dougherty High School, average 27 points, 11.5 rebounds, and four block shots a game. Started on Atlanta team that reached the finals of the Boston Shootout.
-First Team All-State Class AAA as a sophomore, junior and senior. Region 1-AAA Player of the Year 1993, Dougherty County 3rd all-time leading scorer with 2,004 points.

-Scored 17 points and named MVP of the Roundball Classic in Pittsburg, PA. Scored 28 points and named MVP of the Georgia North/South All-Star Game in Athens, GA.
-Dunk Champion of the KFC All-Star Game in Albany, GA.
-Cameron is the current head coach of the Albany State Golden Rams after serving as the Assistant Coach. He is married to the former Reeshemah Whaley. 1hey have three daughters, Saddlyah, Saanaia and Saanyia.
JULIE GREENWAY BAILEY
-1981 - 1985 - Lettered in three sports:
Basketball, Softball and Track.
-1982 - 1983: All Region Basketball, Honorable mention All-State. Voted Best Defensive player and Best Rebounder. Region track runner up.
-1983 - 1984: All Region and All State Basketball. Voted MVP and Best Rebounder. All Region and All State Softball. Voted MVP and Highest Batting Average. Track, High Point Award. Academic Awards: Ken Allen
Rogers Scholarship.
-1984- 1985-All Region and All State Basketball, Voted MVP and Coach Award. Voted to play in the North South All Game and the Georgia South Carolina All Star Game. All Region and All State Softball. Voted MVP and participated in the USSSA National Softball Tournament. DWS Athlete of the Year.
-1985 - 1986 - Received a scholarship to Brunswick Jr. College. Named All Conference Player, Best Defensive Player, and Highest Rebound Average.
 -1986 - 1987 - Received a Basketball and Volleyball Scholarship to Truett McConnell College. Named All Conference Player, Best Defensive Player, Highest Number of Steals in one season and Coaches Award. TMC Homecoming Queen.
-1987 - 1989 - Attended University of Montevallo on a Basketball Scholarship. 1987 - 89 Conference winners and 1998 - 99 Conference Runner up. Named to the All-Conference team, MVP, Player of the Year, Player of the Week. Set state records in the areas of Highest Field Goal percentage, Highest Free Throw percentage and Highest Rebound average. Chairman of Athletic Club and a member of the Chi Omega Sorority.

-Coached Basketball, Softball and Track for 5 years. Basketball: Region Champs 4 times, Final Four twice
Track: Region Winner 4 years, State Runner up 2 years. Softball: Region Runner Up 2 times.
-Julee is currently a resident of Dublin, Georgia where she continues her coaching and teaching career at
Trinity Christian School. She is married to Marshall Bailey and they have four children.
JOHNNY SEABROOKS
 Johnny Seabrooks graduated from Howard Academy High School in Monticello, Florida in 1969. He played football, basketball and ran Track while attending Howard Academy. Coach Seabrooks received a Football and Track Scholarship to Albany State College (University). His accomplishments while attending Albany State College included:
- Four Year Letterman in Football
- Four Year Letterman in Track
- Receiving the Brain and Bronze Award
- He set the Triple Jump record at the Tuskegee Relay with a jump of 48'4"
- Won the SIAC Triple Jump Championship and was runner-up in the Long Jump.

-Coach Seabrooks, a member of two SIAC Track and Field Championship, was a member of the first ever SIAC Track and Field Championship. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education in 1974 from Albany State College (University). In 1999, he received his M.Ed in Education Administration and SupervisionĚ from Albany State University.
-Coach Seabrooks began his teaching/coaching career at Brooks County High School in Quitman, GA. During his tenure at Brooks County, he served as the Defensive Coordinator and Head Track Coach. In 1981, Coach Seabrooks accepted the Defensive Coordinator job at Monroe High School and later became the Head Boys Track Coach. In 1993, he became the Head Boys Track Coach, Girls Cross County and Assistant Football Coach at Dougherty High School. Coach Seabrooks coached Track and Field for twenty-eight years during that time his teams placed in the top four in the Boys State Meet twice. He coached eight individual Boys Sate Championship and was named Region 1-AAA Track and Field Coach of the Year twice. Coach Seabrooks conducted the first ever Track and Field Rules Clinic in Georgia.
-Throughout his career as a teacher/coach, he has received numerous awards. They include Region Athletic Director of the Year, Georgia's Class AAA Athletic Director of the Year, Georgia Athletic Director Award of Merit, and the Distinguished Service Award.
-Coach Seabrooks, through his many years of dedication and desire to give back to the community, served on the National Federation of High School (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee, State Director of the National Federation Coaches Associations, State Representative for the National Athletic Director Conference. He is past president of the Georgia Athletic Directors Association. He also served as the Tournament Di rector for the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) South Sectional Basketball Tournament, as well as, past chairman for the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association and Track and Field Hall of Game Committee. Coach Seabrooks previously served on the Board of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the Georgia State Games Commission.
-Coach Seabrooks is presently the Meet Director for the GHSA Girls Track and Field Championship; GHSA Track and
Field Rules Interpreter and Head Track Clinicians; board of Director for Albany Sports Hall of Fame; Georgia Athletic
Directors Association; Georgia Athletic Coaches Association; the Albany Sports Marketing Council; and President of Region 1-AAAA. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County.

-Coach Seabrooks is married the former Gwendolyn Haywood. They have one daughter Kechia and one granddaughter, Kelsy.
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