Each week during the high school football season, the Seahawks and the Washington State Football Coaches Association select two high school football coaches as the Coach of the Week winners. Each recipient receives a $500 donation to the school's football program and will be honored on-field at a Seahawks Home Game with their fellow recipients.
At the end of the year, all 20 coaches will come to a Seahawks home game, where they will be recognized with a pregame brunch. One coach will be named Coach of the Year, and they will receive an additional $2,000 towards their football program.
Read more about this year's nominees below. Ready? Break!
Week #1: Joe Cronin - Archbishop Murphy High School
The Archbishop Murphy Football team defeated the Lake Washington Kangaroos with a walk off FG for a 17-14 victory in Coach Cronin's first game with the Wildcats. It was the first win in the last 14 games for Archbishop Murphy High School. A great team victory for the Wildcats, and an exciting way to start the season!
Week #2: Paul Theriault - Bremerton High School
The Bremerton Knights won their away non-conference game against Shelton Highclimbers (WA) by a score of 27-23.
Week #3: Joey Johansen - Manson High School
Manson defeated Asotin 42-26 at their game played in Pine Bowl, Whitworth. Both teams were undefeated!
Week #4: Mark Cross - Renton High School
Mark Cross lifted his team to 3-1 after beating Foster 44-0. Coach Cross is building a solid program at Renton. Building a disciplined winner. He's about the right things.
3A or 4A Coaches
Week #1: Jamie Plenkovich - Ferndale High School
Coach Plenkovich's squad knocked off 2A power (2-time state champion) Lynden in the season opener--ending Lynden's 24 game winning streak.
Week #2: Archie Milloy - Mountlake Terrace High School
The Mountlake Terrace Hawks won Friday's home conference game against Snohomish Panthers by a score of 35-21.
Week #3: Jason Silbaugh - Bonney Lake High School
Bonney Lake had a big win over a tough, undefeated Lakes team: 29-24.
Week #4: Brett Jay - Moses Lake High School
Moses Lake defeated Central Valley High School by a score of 44-28. They are off to a 4-0 start.
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