A New Legacy

Magnolia football's Sterling Doty is simply a winner

Doty has coached Magnolia football to many tremendous seasons over the past four years Vype.com

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After leaving a legacy as a player at the University of Houston, Sterling Doty knew that his calling was coaching.

Doty was a first-team all conference offensive lineman and was a member of the 2006 Conference USA championship team.

Now, he’s gunning for another championship, with the Magnolia Bulldogs.

Coach Doty and his staff work extremely hard to make the Magnolia football program one of the top state competitors.

He has worked diligently to represent Magnolia in a very professional way.

“He values being all in, being accountable, and being there for your teammates,” junior offensive lineman Tristan Simpson said. “It’s not a one-man show at Magnolia, it’s an all team effort.”

Coach Doty expects a lot from his dominant squad.


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