HP vs Mesquite: Kirk Dooley’s Blog

It’s back to Hanby Stadium for the Scots on a perfect Texas high school football night. This week’s Mesquite host will be the original Mesquite Skeeters, a team that has been a rival of Highland Park’s since Mesquite was a dusty little farm town lost somewhere between Dallas and Shreveport. mesquite skeeters helmet

Today that farming community is a major Dallas suburb that dwarfs the Park Cities in population and has five large high schools. Part of the school district lies inside of the LBJ Freeway loop, so it’s not considered far away anymore.

Last year the Skeeters snuck into the playoffs with a 3-3 district record before they were eliminated by Sachse in a razor-thin close game. This year’s version of the Skeeters is 2-5 but have playoff potential with a 2-2 district record. Last week Mesquite used a 21-point fourth quarter to put away Richardson Berkner, 28-7.

But two weeks ago the fireworks were flying when the Skeeters battled a red-hot Richardson Pearce team. The Mustangs prevailed but it was exciting. With three minutes left in the game Skeeters quarterback Dazmon Scott hit wide receiver Jordan Rider with a 91-yard touchdown pass to tightened the score to 45-41. But the Mustangs held the ball on their final drive and scored at the end of the game to win, 52-41. Both teams combined for 1,256 yards of total offense along with 64 first downs. It was a track meet. In that game, Pearce quarterback Hank Hughes completed 32 of 41 passes for 498 yards and four touchdowns. Not a bad day at the office. He also ran 22 times for 97 yards. The Skeeters allowed Pearce receiver Jake Griffin to grab 17 passes for 269 yards. Conversely, the Scots defense managed to keep a lid on Griffin.

Mesquite is battling for a playoff spot so its players will be desperate for a win. To do that they’ll need their tandem quarterbacks – Anthony Tennison and Scott – to be on target. The Skeeters’ top two receivers are Chance Fisher (90 receptions for 607 yards and six TDs) and Scott, who has caught 34 passes for 286 yards and five touchdowns, presumably when he was not playing quarterback.mequite skeeter emblem

On paper, Mesquite will not be as challenging as the two other Hanby hosts, but they have beaten Berkner and Lake Highlands over the past three weeks. So this is no time for the Scots to look past their opponent. To have a 2-2 district record puts the Skeeters on the playoff bubble, and as we’ve seen over the years, anything can happen when high school football players pull together with a quest to make the playoffs.

They won’t be Horn, but they could be a thorn.

HP vs Lake Highlands: Kirk Dooley’s Blog

Here comes the 3-3 Lake Highland Wildcats.
   This will be the first meeting between the Scots and the Wildcats since 1999. That was the year that Randy Allen blew in from West Texas on the wings of his Air Raid Offense and ever since then things around here have been riveting.
   For those of you who remember the Herman Bailey days, the current state of football at Highland Park seems miraculous. Coach Bailey put together a 42-27-2 record over a seven-year period from 1967 to 1973 with similar talent as today but the program lacked the winning tradition that Tugboat Jones brought in when he was recruited from West Texas in 1956.
   It was in 1974 that Frank Bevers (from Mineral Wells) single-handedly brought back the championship attitude that Highland Park had trademarked in the 1940s.
bevers 1981-82
After that, Randy Emery, Don Richardson and Scott Smith combined for 84 wins and 33 losses to continue the winning tradition. But then came Randy Allen and he redefined championship football in a way that would impress even Doak and Bobby. His record is 179-22 since 1999, and includes only three district losses and zero losses at home. Each of those stats is incredible. In the meantime the Scots have now won more games than any team in Texas high school football history.
   Had Coach Allen or Coach Bevers arrived in the late ‘60s and stayed through the early ‘70s they might have strung together several 10-game seasons. Give them Kyle Rote, Jr. or Bobby Halpin or Larry Dupre in a spread offense and watch the fireworks erupt. Throw in Johnny Koons, Paul Flowers, Bond Beams, David Clarke or Mike Forester and there might have been some state championships using a Randy Allen offense or a Frank Bevers defense.
   Fireworks is what we have right now. The Scots are 4-1 on the big 6A stage and Lake Highlands is the next challenge. After two fumbles and two interceptions doomed the Scots’ perfect season last week, they will regroup and work on their weaknesses. The Scots face the Wildcats while HP’s lip is still bloody and so I wouldn’t want to be Lake Highlands this Friday.
   Look for Wildcats running back Tyler Hughes to assault the HP defensive line with his five yards per carry average. (At least he isn’t 290 pounds, like Horn’s nose guard/running back Dalen Morgan.) Stop Hughes and the Wildcats will have a hard time staying in the game.
   The Highland Park Independent School District celebrates its 100th anniversary this weekend and the eyes of many old timers will be on the 2014 Scots on Friday. What these silver-haired alums will see is a team of young men out to prove that their link in the storied HP football tradition is as strong as their fathers and grandfathers and great grandfathers.
   It’s not all about winning. It’s about pride and heritage and leadership and character on the football field.
   And it dates back to 1923.

HP vs Lake Highlands: Before the Kickoff

The Scots welcome the Lake Highlands Wildcats to this side of Northwest Highway tonight for the first time since 1999, head coach Randy Allen’s first year at Highland Park.

RichardsonLakeHighlands helmets“Lake Highlands was a playoff team last year,” said Allen. “They are well disciplined, well coached and they play hard. They are 2-1 in district, coming off a 45-38 win over Richardson.”

The Wildcats have lost to Rowlett, 37-35; Colleyville Heritage, 40-16; and Mesquite, 56-21. They’ve beaten Plano East, 18-13; Berkner, 37-22; and Richardson, 45-38.

Brock Jones (#13) is the Wildcats quarterback. He has completed 38 of 76 passes for 608 yards and seven touchdowns. Junior quarterback Brendyn Gettens (#16) has seen plenty of action, completing 22 of 29 passes for 286 yards and four touchdowns.

The leading wide receiver for LH is Jamarice Preston, who has caught 35 passes for 630 yards and eight TDs. He is averaging 18 yards per catch and is the Wildcats’ leading scorer for the season.

Lake Highlands has a healthy ground game, led by a big front line and a punishing runner named Tyler Hughes, who has rumbled 140 times for 684 yards and seven touchdowns over the first six games. Last season as a junior he gained more than 1,000 yards while averaging 6.3 yards per carry. Not only is Hughes a tough runner but is armed with 4.5 speed.

Experience will be a key for the Wildcats at the skill positions. Last year Jones was the team’s leading passer, Preston was the top receiver and Hughes led the team in rushing.

In Last Friday’s 45-38 win over Richardson, Jones scored with 30 seconds left in the game to put Lake Highlands up by three. But that was enough time for the Eagles to drive to the Wildcats sixyard line and kick a field goal to send the game into overtime.

Lake Highlands fed the ball to its power runner and he went 25 yards in three runs to score in overtime. Richardson then drove to the six-yard line before a fourth-down interception in the end zone ended the nail-biter.

The Wildcats gained 535 yards of total offense, including 144 yards on the ground by running back Hughes and 175 yards receiving by wide receiver Preston.

The Scots are coming off a tough 42-27 loss to Mesquite Horn at Hanby Stadium. The loss snapped the Scots’ impressive 37-game district winning streak and marks the third HP district loss in the past 16 years. The major difference-maker was Horn’s talented wide receiver Jarrison Stewart, who caught six passes for 120 yards, including touchdowns of 20, 34 and 28 yards.

But Stewart’s biggest play helped set the tone for the Jaguars in the first quarter. After Brooks Burgin (#5, 6-2, 189) led the Scots on a textbook 98-yard touchdown drive to start the game, Stewart returned a punt for 67 yards to tie it up and give the crowd a preview of how the game was going to be played. Stewart’s big plays earned him The Dallas Morning News Offensive Player of the Week. He is verbally committed to TCU.

“Our mistakes – the punt return, a fumble and an interception – were key to Horn going up 28-14 at the half,” said Allen. “We came back and with four minutes left we had the ball and were down by eight.”

The Jaguars defense held the Scots offense and then ran out the clock by lining up 290-pound nose guard Dalen Morgan in the backfield and handing him the ball. He rolled for 51 yards on three carries, including a 27-yard touchdown with 56 seconds left in the game. The Scots battled back and the game ended with HP on the two-yard line.

So Horn has the inside track to the district championship but the Scots feel that they can learn from this defeat and it can help them in the playoffs.

“It takes playing a good team for us to learn the areas in which we need to improve,” said Allen. “We’re excited and anxious to get back on the field and find out what we’ve learned. ”

The biggest lesson the Scots learned at Hanby on Friday is that a team cannot give up two fumbles and two interceptions and expect to beat a good opponent.

With a solid dose of reality, the Scots are practicing a little harder and are working on areas that need improvement. Defensive back Pearson Feagans (#22, 6-0, 165) is out with a broken collar bone.

Linebacker Michael Linehan (#35, 6-1, 230) had a good game for the Scots. His six tackles included three for a loss and one sack. Linebacker Mitchell Kaufman (#10, 6-3, 225) overcame a nagging back injury and was credited with six solo tackles. Feagans had four solo tackles before his injury. Nose guard Danny Gouskos (#94, 5-9, 210) had seven total tackles including one for a loss.

Tonight the Scots will be battling turnovers as well as Wildcats.

Former Scots in College and Beyond

BAND Jonathan Browne (’12), Auburn University Elliott Clayton (’12), Texas A&M David Costas (’12), Purdue University Pierce Riddick (’12), Belmont University Katharina Bremer (’13), University of Oklahoma Holly Lacour (’13), A&M – Concert Band, Huilabaloo Pep Band Luke Palter (’13), NYU – Concert Band Charles Sanchez (’13) Belmont Un. – Wind Ensb Christian Sommers (’13), SMU Christina Hagens (’14), University of Oklahoma

BASEBALL Chris Young (’98), New York Mets Clayton Kershaw (’06), Los Angeles Dodgers Bo Schultz (’04), Arizona Diamondbacks Jake Howeth (’11), Texas Wesleyan University Ben McElroy (’11), Texas State University Ford Stainback (’11), Rice University Aaron Falgoust (’12), Redlands Com. College Matthew Milburn (’12), Wofford College Will Nichol (’12), Hendrix College Dylan May (’13), Wofford University Westin Roever (’13), Hendrix College Matt Wilson (’13), Oklahoma State University Matthew Lillard (’14), Millsaps College

BASKETBALL Daniel Edwards (’10), Princeton Zach Chu (’11), University of Richmond James Fraschilla (’11), Oklahoma University David Allen (’12), Georgetown University Will Miller (’13), Mount St. Mary’s University Chase Fletcher (’13), University of Richmond Matt Fraschilla (’13), Harvard University Sara Johnson (’13) Lesall College Kaitlyn Read (’13), NYU Evan Buecler (’14), Kansas State Derek Cahn (’14), Texas A&M Clayton Murtha (’14), Washington & Lee

CHEERLEADING Kate Doviak (’10), Clemson University Arielle Iola (’13), University of Maryland CREW Brady Britten (‘11), George Washington Un. Brooke Koonsman (‘11), Clemson University Chloe Sarfatis (’14), University of Oklahoma Sarah Smith (’14), Santa Clara

CROSS COUNTRY Sara Sutherland (’10), Colorado University Matt Galvin (‘11), Baylor Mary Beth Hamilton (’13), University of Texas Jack Beitter (’14), University of Florida Aubree Miller (’14), Baylor Natalie Rathjen (’14), Princeton University

FOOTBALL Matthew Stafford (‘06), Detroit Lions Chris Hipps (’10), SMU Joey Landess (’10), University of Richmond Kyle Stouffer (‘11), Un. of Central Arkansas Preston Miller (’12), Texas Christian University William Morris (’12), Davidson College Holt Perlman (’12), University of Texas Tyler Rentfro (’12), McMurry University Nick Rose (’12), University of Texas Dalton Stogner (’12), Un. of North Carolina Tanner Stone (’12), Duke University Luke Utley (’12), University of Texas Williams Barns (’13), SMU Andrew Clyde (’14), University of Richmond Cole Feigl (’14), Furman University Tanner Houghton (’14), University of Chicago Tony Richards (’14), SMU

GOLF Harrison Frazar (‘90), PGA Tour Charlie Holland (‘05), Gateway Pro Tour Paul Haley (’06), PGA Tour Cody Gribble (’09), PGA Tour Charlie Ewing (’10), Vanderbilt University Callie Scheffl er (’12), Texas A&M Scottie Scheffl er (’14), University of Texas

GYMNASTICS Meyer Williams (’14), Ohio State LACROSSE Haydyn Anigian (’11), Northwestern University Campbell Puckett (‘11), Texas Christian Un. Katherine Shepherd (’11), William & Mary Campbell Sode (’11), Rutgers University Domenic Massimilian (’12), Cornell Madison Palms (’12), Boston University Connor Purcell (’12), SMU Megan Callaghan (’13), Penn State Matthew Meaders (’13), University of Texas Paige Jubinsky (’14), Stanford Robert Mencke (’14), Harvard

ORCHESTRA Laura Deen (’11), Centenary Celeste Fleming (’11), The Un. of North Texas Flora Hollifi eld (’11), Oberlin Ian Simpkins (’11), SMU Luke Warner (’11), Baylor University Theresa Lee (’11), SMU Ben Littlejohn (’12), Belmont University Geoffrey Morris (’12), Southwestern University Peter Walsh (’12), Boston University McCormick Carlson (’13), The Un. of Colorado Sam Crofford (’13), Texas A&M University Trevor Drew (’13), Texas Tech University Elizabeth Keckeisen (’13), Peabody Music Con. Preston Luthy (’13), MIT

SOCCER Dalton Brantley (’10), Franklin Coll., Switzerland Trevor Hubbard (’10), Un. of South Carolina Alex Hoyl (‘11), University of Incarnate Word Brittany Rupple (’11), Libscomb University Kelsey Robertson (‘11), Jacksonville State Un. Ashleigh Wells (’11), SMU Kelsey Bass (’12), Oklahoma State University Megan Gittins (’12), Princeton University Dominic Duffell (’13), Flagler University Conner Hayward (’13), Washington & Lee Sam Hayward (’13), University of Virginia Sarah Howley (’13), West Virginia Katie Martin (’13), Villanova Jordan Bethea (’14), Trinity University Dawson French (’14), Trinity University DK Manley (’14), SMU Rachel O’Neal (’14), Missouri University of Science and Technology Sara Summers (’14), Texas Tech Abby Tisdale (’14), Trinity University

SWIMMING & DIVING Allison Arnold (’10), Stanford University Pablo Lara (’11), SMU Daniel Withers (’11), Southwestern University Lindsey Streepey (’12), Notre Dame Mitchell Boyer (’13), Johns Hopkins University Morgan King (’14), Un. of Calif., San Diego Aaron Garrett (’14), US Merchant Marine Acad. Lauren Murski (’14), University of Pennsylvania

TENNIS Charlotte Calhoun (’10), SMU Abby Stainback (‘10), Baylor University Chris Walters (’11), Pomona College Melanie Marlin (’12), University of Texas, SA Kristin Mee (’12), University of Arkansas Graham Sowden (’12), Rhodes College John Daseke (’13), Depauw University Maddie Gordon (’13), Pomona College Avery Schober (’13), University of the South Hunter Holman (’14), Texas Tech Connor LaFavre (’14), Xavier University Abigail Zidell (’14), Washington & Lee

TRACK & FIELD Travis Hebler (’10), Millsaps College Sara Sutherland (’10), Colorado University Matt Galvin (‘11), Baylor Philip Todd (‘11), University of Virginia Mary Beth Hamilton (’13), University of Texas Jack Beitter (’14), University of Florida Natalie Rathjen (’14), Princeton University

TRI-ATHLETE Blake Shirk (’12), Texas A&M Brandon Shirk (’12), Texas A&M

VOLLEYBALL Hope Ogden (‘11), Baylor Maya Lloyd (’13), Un. of California, Santa Cruz

MILITARY SERVICE Bruce Lankford (‘81), US Navy Craig Lankford (‘84), US Army Stuart Lankford (‘88), US Marine Corps Ben Post (‘99), US Army Charles Leary (‘00), US Navy Taylor Droke (‘01), US Air Force Patrick George (‘01), US Marine Corps Michael Horn (‘01), US Army Michael Eisenlohr (‘03), US Army Bill Foran (‘03), US Marine Corps Clement George (‘03), US Navy Nick Hainsfurther (‘03), US Air Force Rob Rain (‘03), US Marine Corps Brie Charbonneau (‘04), US Navy Sheldon Hodges (‘04), US Army Chester Hewitt (‘05), US Navy Alex Cole (‘06), US Navy Morgan Hudnall (‘06), US Army Evan Rodeffer (‘06), US Marine Corps Spencer Ewing (’07), US Navy Winston Gamso (’08), US Army Jack Murtha (‘08), US Air Force Dan Samson (‘08), US Navy Jonathan Broderson (‘09), Un. of Okla. ROTC Knox Holliday (‘09), US Navy Cal Lundberg (’09), Texas A&M Corps John Todd (‘09), US Military Academy Jenks White (’09), US Army Rayce Clapp (’10), Texas A&M Corps Cameron Everett (‘10), US Military Academy George Bruner (‘11), Texas Tech ROTC Sam Capehart (‘11), US Army Mason Hudnall (‘11), US Army Cameron Lundberg (’11), Texas A&M Corps Kyle Wallace (‘11), US Army Alessandra Richter (‘11), US Air Force Academy Hardy Davis (’12), US Naval Academy Spence Feigl (’12), Texas A&M Corps Blake Gordon (’12), US Military Academy Ian Hayashi (’12), Texas A&M Corps Meyer Ungerman (’12), US Military Academy Dylan Weakley (’12), Texas A&M Corps Nan Porter (’13), US Military Academy Nolan Bagwell (’13), US Marine Corps Aaron Garrett (’14), US Merchant Marine Acad. Jackson Stafford (’14), US Marine Corps

If you have updates to this list please email charlottedooley@sbcglobal.ne

Lake Highlands Coaches and Administration

Superintendent: Dr. Kay Waggoner

Principal: Frank Miller

Director of Athletics: Bob Dubey

Head Coach: Scott Smith

Assistant Coaches: Russell Urbntke, Cory Campbell, Judd Smith, Brad Shea, Jimmy Tackett, Nathan Hattemer, Bobby Holland, Cliff Cain, Gene Gonzales, Peter McLeod, Brian Watkins and Matt Lubinski

Athletic Trainers: Todd Holmes and Jessica Nelson

Band Director: Jeff Bradford

Assistant Band Directors: James Rees Amanda and Johnson Matt Moore

Color Guard Director: Danny Martinez

Highlandette Director: Sarah Stoeber

Assistant Highlandette Director: Madison Hancock

Cheer Sponsors: Hillary Blair Holli Penn

Colors: Red & White

Lake Highlands Wildcats Roster

No. Name Position Class

2 Tyler Hughes RB 12

3 Shannon Nunnery RB 11

4 Jarrod Smith DB 12

5 Jamarice Preston WR 12

6 Aldarian Goodson WR/DB 11

7 Sam Iheke WR 12

9 Eddie Clinton WR 12

10 Alex Williams WR/DB 12

11 Symeon Hosea LB 12

12 Francois Jones LB 12

13 Brock Jones QB 12

14 Khalon Williams LB 12

16 Brendyn Gettens QB 11

19 Matthew Johnson DB 12

20 Reece Morrison K 12

21 Romel Price WR 11

22 LaQuantis Davis DB 10

23 CJ Alexander RB 12

24 Domonique Neroes LB 11

25 Daniel LaFayette WR/DB 12

26 Octavion Warren WR/DB 11

27 Blake Cronin WR/LB 11

32 Jeremiah Mendez LB 11

34 DeMichael Webb RB/LB 12

35 TJ Churchill LB 11

37 Peyton Brown DB 11

41 Bryan Cooper LB 11

42 Brandon Von Sternberg LB 11

43 Devonte Fluellen DL 11

48 Josh Lee RB 11

51 Da’Shon Bright OL/DL 12

52 Sam Haster OL/DL 11

53 Donte Woolen OL/DL 10

54 Michael Nwosu OL 11

57 Harold Gochi OL 12

58 Nathan Frost OL/DL 12

59 Dustin Hoang OL 12

60 Nyles Jones OL/DL 12

61 Kenny Gordon DL 11

62 Nick Bowen OL 10

66 Ryan Flores OL/DL 10

68 Demarkus Taylor OL/DL 12

69 Ryan Brown OL 12

70 William Armer OL/DL 11

71 Lane Toungate OL/DL 12

73 Elijah Martin OL 12

74 Arthur Anderson OL/DL 10

75 Hunter Ghoreishi OL/DL 11

76 Geovanni Ortiz OL 12

77 Drake McAulay OL 12

78 Jonathan Reyna OL 11

79 Sam Spraberry OL 11

90 Chris Wogbeh DL 10

HP vs Lake Highlands

Probable Starting Lineups



WR 3 Andrew Frost

WR 2 Campbell Brooks

LT 55 Jack Sides

LG 76 Rees LeMay

C 50 Clayton Woods

RG 60 Josh Leachman

RT 78 Austin Webb

WR 17 Kevin Ken

WR 9 Sam Welfelt

RB 34 Stephen Dieb

QB 5 Brooks Burgin


DE 95 Michael Thornton

NG 94 Daniel Gouskos

DE 44 Nick Waterman

OLB 40 Hayden Schnieders

OLB 10 Mitchell Kaufman

ILB 35 Michael Linehan

ILB 49 Matthew White

CB 31 Benjamin Walzel

CB 6 Carter McDade

SS 11 Boomer Bakich

FS 4 Stephen Briggs

K 98 Grayson Borrego

K 99 David Wiggs

DS 50 Clayton Woods

P 14 Kyle Burnett




WR 5 Jamarice Preston

WR 7 Sam Iheke

LT 79 Sam Spraberry

LG 68 Taylor DeMarkus

C 77 Drake McAulay

RG 58 Nathan Frost

RT 75 Hunter Ghoreishi

WR 26 Octavion Warren

WR 27 Blake Cronin

RB 2 Tyler Hughes

QB 13 Brock Jones

K 20 Reece Morrison


DE 71 Lane Toungate

DT 52 Sam Haster

DT 74 Arthur Anderson

DE 43 Devonte Fluellen

LB 24 Domonique Neroes

LB 48 Joshua Lee

LB 14 Khalon Williams

CB 4 Jarrod Smith

CB 25 Daniel LaFayette

S 22 LaQuantis Davis

S 35 T.J. Churchill

Highland Park vs Mesquite Horn

This is the big one.

When Highland Park learned it was going to be in 6A, its coaches immediately circled October 10 as the biggest challenge. Mesquite Horn. With 11 starters returning from a 9-3 area finalist team, many predicted the Jaguars to be the team to beat, but Highland Park was the pre-season pick to win the district.

mesquite horn helmet

Sure enough, it looks like the district championship will be determined at Hanby Stadium on Friday.

This will indeed be the biggest challenge for the 5-0 Scots. The 4-1 Jaguars lost only to an undefeated Rockwall team but they have impressive wins over Duncanville and McKinney Boyd. The secret weapon Horn brings into the game is head coach Mike Overton who knows the Scots well from his days as the coach at West Mesquite. The fact that Horn is loaded with D1 talent is no surprise. One of the best offensive linemen in the state, Connor Dyer, will be playing for Texas Tech next year. Two wide receivers – Emmanuel Ogwo and Jarrison Stewart – have committed to play for Iowa and TCU. And neither one is the leading receiver on the team. Kakpa Mansaray has caught 22 passes for 308 yards to lead the team.

Statistically, these two teams match up. Horn QB Chris Robison has completed 76 of 136 passes for 1,339 yards and 14 touchdowns. HP’s Brady Burgin has completed 80 of 126 passes for 1,223 yards and 12 touchdowns. Horn is averaging 910 yards on the ground compared to HP’s 840. While the Scots are scoring 46.8 yards per game (compared to the Jaguars’ 33.2), I think the game will be determined by the Highland Park defense. While The Dallas Morning News picks Horn to win, 28-24, I think the Scots defense will hold the Jags to under 24 and I think Burgin’s balanced offense will score more than 30.

When the Scots start slow, they have adjusted at halftime and won the second half. That may happen again this Friday, but if the hole is too big, even a big second half won’t help. This is the first team HP will play that is loaded with college players. Like many teams the Scots face, these Jaguars are foaming at the mouth to snap the Scots’ 36-game district winning streak. Their extra step of quickness will challenge the Scots’ air game.

But there is something about rising to the occasion that makes Highland Park football unique. They have the bitter taste in their mouths of being picked to lose the game. The individuals on the team will reach deep inside and find a gear they didn’t know they had … but they know they’ll need it against a talented team like this.
Horn has D1 talent. Scots got pride.

That will be the difference.

J.J. Pearce Coaches and Administration


Dr. Kay Waggoner


Philip Bates

Director of Athletics

Bob Dubey

Assistant Director of


Leslie Slovak

Head Coach

Randy Robertson

Assistant Coaches

Steven Anthony

Mike Cranfill

Mark Furgeson

Chip Garber

Colby Goodman

Drew Harden

Kareem Hart

Daniel Meager

Adam Naron

Joe Sawyer

Anthony Travis

Athletic Trainers

Kevin Pitts

Tara Eskridge

Band Director

John Alstrin

Dance Team Director

Kari Roan

Cheer Coach

Julie Brantley

Emily Allen


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