The USA Football National Conference is the premier educational and networking event for high school football coaches and administrators. Sessions will feature insight from top coaches, administrators and medical staff members along with discussions about key trends and topics in and around the sport. Check back to this page throughout the coming weeks as we add top speakers to our lineup.
Bruce Babashan is a Special Teams Coordinator, Running Backs Coach and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Clarksburg HS in Maryland. Previously Bruce was the Special Teams Coordinator and Head S&C Coach at Seneca Valley HS, one of the three most successful high school football programs in Maryland State history. In addition to this Bruce is also a internationally renowned professional and USA Boxing Coach/Trainer. He has coached internationally and his athletes have competed at every level in the sport including for International and World professional titles and in the Olympics. Coach Bruce is also former highly successful Corporate Executive and today speaks to corporations around the USA on leadership, performance and building mental toughness.
Cris Carter is a former NFL wide receiver, having played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and Miami Dolphins. To this day, he is one of fourteen players in NFL history with 1,000 or more receptions. Since entering retirement, he has worked as an analyst on a multitude of programs including Inside the NFL, Sunday NFL Countdown, and Monday Night Countdown. Carter was voted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2013.
Coach Andrew Coverdale is the Offensive Coordinator at Trinity High School in Louisville, KY. During his time at Trinity, they have won four State Championships. Before assuming his present position in 2006, he served as the head football coach at Castle High School for three seasons. He has also been on the interscholastic football staffs at Brown County, McClutcheon, and Noblesville, as well as serving on the staff as an assistant coach at Taylor University. Coverdale is widely respected for his thorough understanding of offensive football and for his ability to teach players at all competitive levels. A much sought-after clinic speaker, he has written multiple well-received instructional books and has been featured on 11 instructional DVDs.
Wendy Cunney has been President of New Canaan Youth Football for three years. Prior to becoming president, Wendy ran registration and administration for the Board of Directors and was also the manager for two teams. Wendy has worked closely with the NCHS Head Football Coach on building the program with off season activities, tournaments, camps and player and parent events. New Canaan Youth Football increased participation 7% while Wendy has been President and remains one of the primary youth sports programs in town as well as the county league. Wendy has three sons who play football; Jack, Charlie, and Henry. She lives in New Canaan with her husband and sons.
As the Founder and Commissioner of the Pittsburgh Flag Football League (PFFL), Chris Curd brings nine years of experience in league operations and brand strategy to the flag football landscape. Under his leadership, the NFL Flag program has been thrusted into a fast track for growth in Western Pennsylvania in the recreational, interscholastic and competitive levels. Chris is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and four-year letterman and scholarship member of the football team. Post college, he was fortunate enough to have a brief stint in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons along with numerous AFL teams. Chris currently serves as a development consultant for organizations with marketing and branding needs. He and his lovely wife Sharae’ currently reside in Pittsburgh with their three daughters.
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Vincent DiGaetano is in his 2nd season as Defensive Assistant for Wagner College in Staten Island, New York. Previously he worked for several football programs within the New York City metropolitan area – most recently as the linebackers coach for Nassau Community College. In 2014, Coach DiGaetano was a finalist for the AFCA Assistant Coach of the year in Division III. He also served as Defensive Coordinator of the USA Select Team for the 2015 International Bowl, which defeated the IFAF World Team 20-15. In 2013, DiGaetano was named to the USA Football Master Trainer program and remains the only college coach in the nation with this assignment. Coach DiGaetano currently resides in Oakdale, N.Y. with his wife Jennifer and daughters Madeleine and Olivia.
Follow Vinny on Twitter: @CoachDiG
Trent Dilfer is a former NFL quarterback, having played for a total of five different teams throughout his 13-season career. Dilfer led the Baltimore Ravens to a championship season in 2000, beating the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. Post-retirement, he made a name for himself as ESPN broadcaster and coined the term “turned a stinky sandwich into an ice cream cone,” meaning a player turned a negative play into a positive one. Dilfer served as a broadcaster for more than ten years.
Coach Tim Dougherty is the head coach at Galesburg High School in Illinois. He has been a head coach for 28 years and has a total record of 184-96. Coach Dougherty is a two-time State Runner-Up. In 2009 he was inducted into the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Coach Matt Duffy is the Head Football Coach at Willoughby South High School in Ohio, where he has been for 14 years. He entered the 2017 season with a career record of 102-49—the most wins held by a Coach in the school’s recorded history. His high-powered offense leads the state of Ohio and Coach Duffy has previously been the Ohio Coach of the Year.
Coach Rob Everett is going into his second season as the defensive coordinator at Bridgewater College in Virginia. Prior to making the jump to college, Coach Everett was the defensive coordinator at Westfield High School, the reigning back to back state champions.
Coach Everett is the founder of Innovative Coaching Technologies; specializing in coaches education and is involved with several football projects off the field. He advises for the Go Army Edge football simulation program, consults for GameSense Sport IQ Testing, and recently finished a defensive instructional book titled The Modern 4-2-5 Defense.
Coach Everett lives in Bridgewater, Virginia with his wife Lisa and two sons Bo and Joey.
Follow Coach Everett on Twitter: @NineintheBox
Dr. Jay Findling is the Director of Emergency Readiness, Safety and Security for the New York City Department of Education. Dr. Findling is responsible for all emergency action planning throughout the city of New York. In 2010, the New York division of the FBI awarded him with the Director’s Community Leadership Award. He was recognized for his contributions to the city’s educational system, his concern for school safety, and his involvement in anti-gang education programs. He continues to be a positive influence for the youth of New York.
Josh Floyd is beginning his 4th season at Hewitt-Trussville High School in Trussville, Alabama. Last season, the Huskies finished 11-1 after going 10-0 in the regular season for the first time in school history. The offense was the #1 offense in 7A Alabama and set a new state record for total offense, averaging just under 500 yards a game. Before going to Alabama, Coach Floyd was the Head Coach at Shiloh Christian High School in Springdale, Arkansas, where he won 4 state titles and 1 state runner up finish. In high school Coach Floyd played quarterback for current Auburn Head Coach Gus Malzahn, setting several state and national records on offense.
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Joe Frollo is a longtime youth football official, serving as a head referee with organizations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana. He joined USA Football’s communications team in 2010 and currently serves as senior manager of education, working alongside football experts to create online courses for coaches, officials and parents.
Follow Joe on Twitter: @Joe_Frollo
Jake Gilbert is coaching in his 20th season overall and 7th at Westfield High School, where he has lead the Rocks to the 2016 State Championship and 2013 State Runner Up, winning Coach of the Year awards both seasons. Before Westfield, Coach Gilbert served as the Defensive Coordinator for Wabash College and was a finalist for the National Coordinator of the Year in 2008. Coach Gilbert has also served as the Head Football Coach at North Montgomery H.S. and as an Assistant at Ben Davis High School. He is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and has a wife, Christina, and three football playing sons: Logan, Jackson, and Tyson.
Follow Jake on Twitter: @coachgilbert10
Dan Gonzalez played football for four years at University of Texas and lettered as a wide receiver on the 1994 Southwest Conference championship team. His coaching career began when he was given the responsibility of handling passing game quality control during his senior season. After graduating, he served one season as an assistant at Ranger College. He moved on to serve as the quarterback coach at Abilene Christian University, but returned to Ranger, producing all-conference selections at quarterback and wide receiver. Gonzalez then spent two seasons at North Lamar High School in Paris, Texas— bringing back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in 20 years. Following that, he joined Lenoir-Rhyne University as the quarterback and wide receiver coach and co-offensive coordinator. During his first season there, the team’s quarterback led the South Atlantic Conference in passing and set single-season school records for most yards, touchdowns, and completions. Gonzalez resides in Allen, Texas with his wife Lori and their three children.
Follow Dan on Twitter: @Dan_Gonzalez16
Scott Hallenbeck has led USA Football, the national youth and amateur governing body of America’s favorite sport, since 2005. He oversees all aspects of the organization, including football development, communications, corporate partnerships and membership programs. Under Hallenbeck’s leadership, USA Football has become recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as well as the official youth football development partner of the NFL and all 32 NFL teams.
Follow Scott on Twitter: @USAFootballHC
Coach Ben Hammer is the new Head Coach at Rock Island High School in Illinois. Standing at 6-foot-5, he often gets told that he looks and sounds like a coach – which is accurate. Previously at Biscoe East Montgomery High School, Coach Hammer had an impressive record of 22-5 over two years. In his off time, you can find him coaching either the 15-under or 16-under USA Football team. Prior to his coaching career, Coach Hammer played college football at Illinois Wesleyan University, starting at every position on the offensive line his junior and senior years.
Follow Coach Hammer on Twitter: @Coach_Hammer
Coach Josh Herring is the Quarterbacks Coach and Offensive Coordinator for football at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Georgia, where he is also a teacher. Coach Herring has written four books that focus on offensive tactics that he has found consistent success with in his career. He has become well known in the football world for his concepts such as the “squeeze” route— named so because the quarterback reads whether or not the defender squeezes the inside route.
Follow Coach Herring on Twitter: @joshherring1
Will Hewlett has quickly become one of the country’s most sought after experts on the Quarterback position. Hewlett is known for his focus on elite-level passing mechanics, helping quarterbacks and coaches improve efficiency of release, accuracy, and performance under pressure.
His presentation will help coaches simplify the coaching process for quarterback fundamentals. Covering throwing mechanics, timing, posture and movement strategies.
Follow Will on Twitter: @WillHewlett
With close to 20 years of broadcast experience, Hill joined Fox Sports in August 2013 as part of the network’s launch. He currently is part of the Sunday NFL show and a variety of FSI shows, including “Fox Sports Live” and “America’s Pregame.”
Coach Rob Hinson is the head coach at Timber Creek High School in Sicklerville, NJ. He has a combined 25 years of military service, most recently with U.S. Air National Guard, retiring as a Master Sergeant at the end of 2015. He is a four-time State Champion in New Jersey and routinely produces Division I recruits.
Follow Coach Hinson on Twitter: @TCCharger1
Rick Howard helped start the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Youth Special Interest Group and served this year as Immediate Past Chair. In addition, Howard serves on the NSCA Membership Committee and is the NSCA State/Provincial Program Regional Coordinator of the Mid-Atlantic Region. His primary research interest is long-term athletic development and the application of concepts of pediatric exercise science for coaches, trainers, physical education teachers. Howard contributes a blog on youth fitness and strength and conditioning (www.youthsportfitnesscoach.com).
Follow Rick on Twitter: @rihoward41
Josh Huber is a veteran official, with more than 10 years of experience on youth, high school, and college levels. He is also the West Regional Manager of Youth Division with USA Football.
In 1983, Mary and her husband Terry began Clark County Youth Football (CCYF) with about 65 athletes. 34 years later, the league has grown to nearly 2000 athletes, who participate in tackle football, flag football, and cheerleading. CCYF is the largest independent youth football league in the Northwest. Mary has served as the League Administrator for Clark County Youth Football for the past 34 years. In her tenure, she has served as secretary, treasurer, as well as an administrator. In 2012, Mary was awarded the award for “Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football” by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. Mary is a mother of 3 children, grandmother to 7 grandchildren. Mary loves watching her twin grandsons play football for the league that she and Terry started in 1983, spending time with family, and in her kitchen cooking and baking.
In 1983, Terry and his wife Mary began Clark County Youth Football (CCYF) with about 65 athletes. 34 years later, the league has grown to nearly 2000 athletes, who participate in tackle football, flag football, and cheerleading. CCYF is the largest independent youth football league in the Northwest. In 2004 Terry received the award for “Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football” from the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. In 2005, He was selected to serve on the USA Football coach’s development committee. 2018 will be Terry’s 35th season of coaching football, as he is currently Head Coach at Evergreen High School in Vancouver, WA. Today, Terry remains CCYF President and Mary runs the day to day operations as the leagues administrator. They have been married for 38 years; have 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Mark Jackson is in his third year as Villanova University’s Director of Athletics, where he is responsible for providing executive leadership, strategic direction and oversight for all of Villanova’s varsity sports and more than 550 student-athletes. He manages the department’s fiscal affairs, personnel, strategic planning, facilities, general operations and public relations. Jackson previously served as the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Chief Innovation Officer at the University of Southern California, where he oversaw more than $125 million in capital projects, playing a key role in a $300 million fundraising campaign for the USC athletic department. Jackson and his wife, Tricia, are parents to four children: Grace, Hannah, Kevin, and Sean.
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Rick Jones has 39 years of coaching experience, both at high school and collegiate levels. His overall coaching record is 282-71 and he has won 6 state championships in his career. He is a 14-time Coach of the Year and was inducted into the Oklahoma High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 2013. In 2016, he was awarded Positive Coaching Alliance’s National Double Goal Coaching Award and in the following year he received the United States Marine Corp Semper Fidelis Coaching Award.
Follow Coach Jones on Twitter: @GWFBcoach
Eric Kasperowicz graduated from North Hills High School in 1994, where he was a 4-year starter at Quarterback and Safety. Considered as the best all-around player in WPIAL history, Eric had 6,869 career yards and 20 career interceptions as a defensive back. Upon graduation, he attended the University of Pittsburgh on a football scholarship, lettering all 4 years and was the team’s starting outside linebacker his last two years. When an injury halted his NFL tryouts, Eric returned to his high school alma mater to begin his coaching career. Coach Kasperowicz spent 11 years as an assistant coach and offensive coordinator under Jack McCurry, each year getting the team to the 9-win mark. Eric went on to serve as the offensive coordinator for the Pine-Richland Rams and is now entering his 5th year as their Head Coach, with a career record of 37-13. Coach Kasperowicz lives in Pittsburgh with his lovely wife Jennifer, and his three children, Ella, Eric, and Emlyn.
Follow Coach Kasperowicz on Twitter: @CoachKasper
Kevin Kelley is the head football coach and Athletic Director for Pulaski Academy High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. He has served 14 years as a head coach with a record of 165-25-1. Last year, Pulaski Academy and Coach Kelley were highlighted on an ESPN “30 for 30” short after ending a home-game winning streak that had gone on since 1999 vs. Dallas Highland Park. He was also featured in HBO Real Sports.
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Brian Kight is an industry leader on leadership, culture and behavior. He provides simple, clear and immediately actionable systems that produce exceptional results for organizations, teams and people. Kight applies the “physics” of performance to the most important challenges in life and business. His clients include professional and collegiate sports teams, schools, banks, manufacturing, healthcare, accounting, insurance and others around the globe. As the CEO at Focus 3, Kight has worked for more than a decade directly with all levels of executives and associates. The trust clients have in Kight and his impact has made him one of the top-rated keynote speakers and consultants in the United States.
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Coach Mike Kirschner is the head coach at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, Indiana—where he has been on the coaching staff for 17 years. As head coach, he has a record of 45-18 at Ben Davis and has led the team to four state championships. Prior to his current title, he held head coaching positions for football, softball, track, and basketball at various other schools. He and his wife Terry have three children who have all gone on to become teachers and/or coaches themselves.
Follow Coach Kirschner on Twitter: @mikekirschner1
Adam Korzun was hired as the Director of Performance Nutrition for the Green Bay Packers in 2014. He oversees all aspects of player nutrition, hydration and supplementation. Before moving to the Packers organization, Adam was the Director of Sports Nutrition for the University of Oregon athletic department.
Coach Micah Kurtz serves as the Strength and Conditioning Consultant Coach to Oak Hill Academy. Coach Kurtz is an active speaker at strength and fitness conferences across the US and he has delivered presentation in China and Hong Kong. He is the South Carolina State Director for both the National High School Strength Coaches Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Additionally, he is a member of the NSCA’s Subject Matter Expert Committee.
Follow Coach Kurtz on Twitter: @KurtzM3
Coach Chuck Kyle is the head coach at his alma mater, St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio. He has an impressive career record of 290-67-1 and has led his team to 11 State Championships, as well as three National Championships. Coach Kyle also does work for the Cleveland Browns as their youth football advisor. In 2009, he was named the head coach of the United States’ first junior national football team, Team USA. The team competed and went undefeated in the International Federation of American Football Junior World Championship, the first event of its kind. Kyle and his wife of 37 years, Patricia, both hold teaching positions at St. Ignatius and have four successful children.
Follow Coach Kyle on Twitter: @HCChuckKyle
Lou Marinelli is in his 37th season as Head Coach for the New Canaan Rams. Lou came to New Canaan High School in 1981 when the football program was struggling (0-29-1), but two years after he took over they were State Champions. He has since won a total of 12 State Championships. In 2015 he passed two amazing milestones: 35 years of coaching and 300 wins at New Canaan, Last season Coach Marinelli won his 331st career game, tying for the most in state history. Lou has been recognized several times as Coach of the Year by multiple associations, including the National Football League. Lou and his wife, Frances, have three children, Francesca, Anna, and John, all NCHS graduates.
Coby McDonald is the Director of Sales, Blue Star Sports. Coby was instrumental in formulating the USA Connect product that Blue Star Sports has launched in the marketplace. Been in the sports technology space for 5+ years. Coby spent 12 years as a youth baseball administrator serving as a coach, league director and as a board member, including five years running a multi-team select baseball club
Jim McNally coached for 28 seasons in the NFL and college, including stops with the Cincinnati Bengals, Carolina Panthers, New York Giants and Buffalo Bills. After a four-year college football career at the University of Buffalo, which earned him a place in the school’s Hall of Fame. McNally coached the Bulls for five seasons. He also coached at Marshall, Boston College and Wake Forest before making the move to the NFL.
Melody Modell is the Student Activities and Athletes Specialist for Fairfax County Public Schools. She also serves as the Professional Development Chair as well as the Director of the New Athletic Directors Workshop for the state of Virginia. Previously, she was the president of the Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. Melody received her Bachelor’s Degree and mathematics secondary education certification from the University of Tennessee then obtained her M.Ed. at George Mason University. Melody earned her Certified Athletic Administrator status in 2001 and went on for her Certified Master Athletic Administrator status in 2007. Over the years she has received the VIAAA AAA Athletic Director of the Year, the NIAAA State Award of Merit, FCPS Outstanding Performance Award and the VIAAA Outstanding Service Award. Melody is currently involved with FCPS initiatives to improve player safety in contact sports and revamping an educational program for new athletic administrators. While dedicating time and energy to education and athletic administration, Melody also raised three daughters and reaps the benefits of five wonderful grandchildren.
Head Coach Jason Mohns finished his 6th season at the helm of the Saguaro Football program, and 11th season overall with the Sabercats. In six seasons as head coach at Saguaro, Mohns has compiled an impressive record, including five consecutive State Championship titles. Coach Mohns was named the AIA Division III Coach of the Year in both 2013 and 2014. He was named the National Football Foundation Arizona Football Coach of the Year in 2015, and News Channel 12 Friday Night Fever Arizona Coach of the Year in 2016. Along with assuming the responsibilities of the Head Football Coach, Jason is also a teacher in the Physical Education Department at Saguaro. Jason is married to his best friend Sara, and they currently live in Scottsdale with their one-year old daughter Kendall and their two boxers – Macy and Bo Jackson.
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Coach Plaa has been the Head Coach at TDHS for the last 11 seasons. He is a graduate of Turlock HS, San Francisco State (BA in History/Kinesiology), & the University of Texas-Tyler (M.Ed in Sport Psychology). He has coached football since 1995. He has been fortunate enough to have been selected District Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2012, head coach of the Lions & Rotary All-Star games three times, and Conference Coach of the Year six times. Coach Plaa teaches AP Government & AP Human Geography.
Former NFL offensive lineman Scott Peters is a leading instructor in teaching proper and effective contact skills to players and coaches on the youth, high school, college and pro levels. A fourth-round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles out of Arizona State, Peters began studying Brazilian jiu jitsu and other mixed martial arts disciplines to rebuild strength and mobility in his ankle while recovering from an injury, and he continued to his training following his NFL career. A two-time world champion in submission grappling, Peters has combined his football and MMA knowledge to create a program that assists players in improving performance while building blocking, tackling and block defeating fundamentals.
Rolle obtained his Bachelors degree from Florida State University, where he played safety for the Seminoles and earned a Rhodes Scholarship — the second student-athlete in school history to do so. After graduation, he delayed his football career for a year to study at Oxford University then returned and entered the 2010 NFL Draft, getting picked up by the Tennessee Titans. After two years in the NFL, Rolle went back to Florida State and obtained his Medical degree. Dr. Myron Rolle is currently in his neurosurgery residence at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
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Andy Ryland is USA Football’s senior manager of education and training and has been with USA Football since 2010. He is a former Penn State linebacker and member of the U.S. Men’s Rugby team. Ryland was instrumental in the development of USA Football’s Heads Up Football and Master Trainer programs.
Follow Andy on Twitter: @USAFootballMT
Rocky Seto served as an assistant coach for a combined 18 seasons between the University of Southern California and the Seattle Seahawks. Notable accomplishments during his coaching career include: Super Bowl 48 Champion (XLVIII), 2-Time AP College Football Champion and 4-Time Rose Bowl Champion. Rocky and his wife, Sharla have four children: Kaylani, Mia, Troy and Timothy.
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A lawyer by training, Matt Sicchio is a veteran sports industry executive who joined the Integro Entertainment & Sport team in 2013. As a Principal, Matt leads Integro Entertainment & Sport’s Colorado-based operations, delivers exceptional risk management and insurance services to sports clients, and provides in-house legal expertise across the business. His sports career began with the U.S. Soccer Foundation, where Matt served as the Director of Corporate Partnerships and Legal Affairs. Following that, Matt served as the General Counsel and Senior Director of Business Operations for USA Football. Matt has extensive experience in business operations, program development, strategic planning, risk management, and legal affairs inside sports businesses and non-profits.
Mike Singletary is a former NFL linebacker and Head Coach. He played for the Chicago Bears from 1981 to 1992, serving as a dominant part of the Super Bowl XX championship team. For his time playing in the NFL, Singletary was elected into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1998. Ten years later, in 2008, Singletary took over as the Head Coach for the 49ers, whom he went on to coach for two more seasons.
Coach Solis is beginning his 5th season as a teacher and Head Coach at Olentangy High School, and his 19th year overall as a Head Coach. Prior to his arrival at Olentangy High School, Coach Solis has served as both an educator and Head Coach at Ashland Crestview HS (1999-2003), Elyria HS (2004-2006), Twinsburg HS (2007-2010) and Lorain HS (2011-2012). Coach Solis is a member of the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association and worked The Ohio State Football Camp for 14 years. Coach Solis is also working with USA Football National Teams serving as Offensive Coordinator and consultant. Coach Solis, who resides in Lewis Center, has a son Trevor, age 16 and a daughter Rylee, age 8.
Follow Coach Solis on Twitter: @solisbravesfb
Glenn Terry joined the NCAA Eligibility Center in August, 2007. He oversees all outreach opportunities to the high school and coaching communities, focusing on preparing college-bound student-athletes to meet the academic and amateurism certification standards for NCAA Divisions I and II athletics. Prior to working at the NCAA, Glenn served as the director of cross country and track and field at Radford University. Glenn earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Indiana University, Bloomington in 1993 and a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2001.
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In 1997 David Walker was hired to rebuild the football program at Martinsburg High School. After a 1-9 first year record, Coach Walker returned the bulldogs to the AAA playoffs in 1998 and through 2017. Martinsburg won the AAA State Championship in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016 and again in 2017. He also had State Runner-up finishes in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2006. Coach Walker has been a Head Coach for 30 years and has an overall coaching record of 276–87.
Coach Chris Wolfe has been coaching high school football since 1991 and currently serves as the head coach at Louisville Male High School in Kentucky. Wolfe has received numerous awards, most recently as Coach of the Year for the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Kentucky Football Team. The same year his team when undefeated and captured the 2015 Class 6A KY State Championship.
Follow Coach Wolfe on Twitter: @LMHSCoachWolfe