RENTON, Wash – The Seahawks and UnitedHealthcare announced today that Coach Jon Eagle of Camas High School and Coach Dan Teeter of Lakewood High School are the Week Four NFL High School Coaches of the Week for the state of Washington.
Coach Eagle led the Camas Papermakers to a 24-7 victory over the Bellevue Wolverines in a big non-league game. The Papermakers are now 4-0 following wins over Lincoln, Hazen and West Valley. Under the leadership of Coach Eagle, the Camas Papermakers have been a perennial state contender and a dominant team in the 4A class. The Papermakers always play with tremendous character, discipline and sportsmanship. Coach Eagle has been a long-time active member of the Washington State Football Coaches Association.
Coach Teeter's Lakewood High School Cougars are now 4-0 after a big 27-0 win over a tough Sedro Woolley football team. Since taking over Lakewood's football program, Coach Teeter's teams have been consistent playoff contenders in a tough 2A conference. Under his leadership, the Cougars are known for their innovative on offense and play with tremendous effort. Additionally, Coach Teeter coordinates the Lakewood passing tournament and serves on the executive board of the Washington State Football Coaches Association.
The Seattle Seahawks High School Coach of the Week Program, presented by UnitedHealthcare, promotes the importance of youth football. Each week during the high school football season, the Washington State Football Coaches Association selects two high school football coaches as the Coach of the Week winners. Each recipient receives a $500 grant from the NFL toward their football program. At the conclusion of the high school football season, one coach will be selected as the NFL High School Coach of the Year for the state of Washington, and will receive a $2,000 grant from the NFL and $10,000 grant from UnitedHealthcare.
For more information on the High School Coach of the Week, visit www.seahawks.com/coachoftheweek.