Jones Provides Energy, Attitude Change For Siloam

Posted: July 17, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Special To NWA Media David J. Beach Marc Jones, the new defensive coordinator at Siloam Springs, has simplified the Panthers approach to playing defense this season.

It took Marc Jones five or six minutes to draw up five formations for his new players on his first day as Siloam Springs defensive coordinator in the spring.

At A Glance

Marc Jones

School: Siloam Springs

Job: Defensive coordinator

Season: First

Notable: Most recent full-time coaching job was at Camden Fairview in 2011, where he helped lead the program to consecutive state runner-up finishes in 2009 and 2010. … Served as head coach at Benton for 10 years. … Was a volunteer assistant at Farmington last season.

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