RENTON, Wash – The Seahawks and UnitedHealthcare announced today that Arlington High School's Greg Dailer and LaSalle High School's Cody Lamb are the Week Two NFL High School Football Coaches of the Week for the state of Washington.
Coach Dailer led the Arlington Eagles to defeat 3A WESCO North favorite Squalicum 33-7. Since becoming Arlington's Head Coach in 2008, Coach Dailer has an overall record of 50-42. He led the Eagles to WESCO North Championships in 2010 and 2015, a District Championship in 2010, and State appearances in 2010 and 2012. The Arlington Eagles football team is known for playing with incredible discipline, character and great sportsmanship.
Coach Lamb led LaSalle to an impressive 49-0 win over Selah in a 1A vs. 2A battle. In his 7th year as Head Football Coach, the LaSalle Lightning have been a consistent state contender. Last season they finished 8-2, while playing extremely hard. The team is consistently known for their solid defense. Coach Lamb has also been a long-standing member 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.