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Redskins High School Coach Of the Week

Posted Nov 10, 2011

The Redskins have named head football coach Jeff Lloyd of Kettle Run High School in Washington, D.C., the High School Coach of the Week for the week of Nov. 7.


Week of Nov. 7, 2011: Jeff Lloyd

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Jeff Lloyd of Kettle Run High School in Nokesville, Va., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Nov. 7, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Lloyd has been coaching football for 14 years with this season being his fourth at Kettle Run High School. His coaching career also includes four years as a varsity assistant coach, five years as an athletic director, and 13 years as a varsity baseball coach.

During his career, he has been named the Washington Post All-Metropolitan Coach of the Year in 2005, Group A Division 2 Virginia State Football Coach of the Year in 2004, Group A Region B Football Coach of the Year from 2003-2005, Bull Run District Coach of the Year from 2002-2005, and the VHSCA All-Star Football Game Coach in 2004, 2005 for the East Squad.

The Cougars are currently 10-0, lead the Evergreen District, and qualified for the playoffs for the first time in school history.

“Said Coach Lloyd: "It is my job to coach football but I also try to teach kids about life, the importance of hard work and accountability and team work. If my only input in a kid’s life that plays for me is winning and losing then I have failed as a coach. By the time a player has left my program they can recite the following two quotes: 'It takes no talent to hustle' and 'Character is what you do and who you are when no one is watching.'

Off the field, Lloyd is a devote Christian and member of the Bealeton Baptist Church. Coach Lloyd and his wife of 19 years, Tonya, support Compassion International. Their personal efforts help feed and clothe three children in Africa each month. Coach Lloyd is a father to four school aged children including two twin freshman girls at Kettle Run High School.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head hoach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Nov. 1, 2011: Natalie Randolph

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Natalie Randolph of Coolidge High School in Washington, D.C., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Nov. 1, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Randolph enters her second season at Coolidge High School. During this time, she has won Eastern Board of Officials Coach of the Year in 2010, Pigskin Club of Washington Coach of the Year in 2010, DCIAA West Division Coach of the Year in 2010, and the House of Representatives Women’s History Month Honor.

The Colts are currently 7-1 on the season and ranked 8th in the Maxpreps poll for the District of Columbia.

“Coach Randolph supports and cares about the whole student-athlete. She pays as much attention to their academic, physical, and emotional health as she does to their performance on the field. She organizes effective, consistent support systems to ensure that all students have the tutoring, counseling, and other interventions they need to be complete healthy adolescents,” says Coolidge athletic director Keino Wilson.

Currently, Randolph's football team has an average GPA of 2.81. During the 2010 season, the team had 19 student-athletes selected for the honor roll and all seniors on the team were admitted to colleges and universities.

Off the field, Randolph speaks regularly to community and school programs to motivate coaches, athletes and young women. She also serves on the advisory board for “Team Up for Youth," which is a nonprofit organization supporting young women in sports.

As a team, the players volunteer at local little league programs, participate in a community breast cancer awareness campaign, and serve as mentors at local middle schools.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his/her overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Oct. 24, 2011: Tommy Reamon

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Tommy Reamon of Landstown High School in Virginia Beach, Va., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Oct. 24, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Reamon is in his third season at Landstown High School and has an overall record of 106-90 in his 25 years of coaching. The Eagles are currently 6-2 on the season.

Off the field, Reamon is a valued member of the school’s community. According to athletic director David Siock, Reamon “expresses a genuine concern for the students and puts in numerous hours to give them the opportunity to succeed on and off the field.

"He meets with his student-athletes, their parents, and guidance counselor to go through the student’s course history, SAT/ACT scores, and GPA to come up with a plan for success after high school. Reamon has a caring relationship with his team.

"He has become a father figure to some and his tough love approach works well to help these young men grow into strong leaders.”

In addition, Coach Reamon is actively involved with local youth football programs, Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Oct. 17, 2011: Richard Morgan

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Richard Morgan of Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake, Va., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Oct. 17, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Morgan is in his 10th season as head coach at Oscar Smith High School and has an overall record of 105-14.

During this time, he has won Southeastern District Coach of the Year seven times, Eastern Region Coach of the Year three times, Virginia State Coach of the Year in 2008, and Norfolk Sports Club Most Outstanding Metropolitan Coach in 2008 and 2009.

Under Coach Morgan’s leadership, the Tigers have won seven consecutive district titles, three region titles, and the 2008 State Championship.

Prior to Coach Morgan’s arrival, Oscar Smith had won only one District title in 48 years and had never made the playoffs. Since 2002, they have won more games than any division six team in Virginia and have become a nationally recognized program.

The Tigers have been nationally ranked six of the last 10 years and finished the 2008 season ranked sixth in the country by USA Today. The Tigers are currently 6-1 and ranked 11th in the Maxpreps poll for the state of Virginia and have not lost a district game since 2006.

“Coach Morgan demands perfection out of his players and his expectations are for them to be at their very best in everything they do. He ensures his players are on top of their grades and refuses to let them settle for anything less than their best” said Oscar Smith Athletic Director Todd Parker.

Off the field, Coach Morgan has sent over 70 student-athletes to play college football since arriving to the high school in 2002. In addition, the student-athletes have held a high attendance rate in school and over 70 percent of his student-athletes make the honor roll each grading period.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Oct. 10, 2011: Jeff Woody

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Jeff Woody of Brookville High School in Lynchburg, Va., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Oct. 10, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Woody enters his seventh season at Brookville High School and has an overall record of 61-22.

During his career at Brookville, Woody has won the 2008 and 2010 Seminole District Coach of the Year, 2007, 2008 and 2010 Region Three Coach of the Year, 2010 Lynchburg News and Advance Coach of the Year, and the 2009 Lynchburg Sports Hall of Fame Vincent Bradford Award.

“Coach Woody is one of the best motivators I have been around in 30 years of football. He is a great communicator and has the pulse of his team at all times. He shows genuine concern and affection for all his players from top to bottom and they respond with trust and loyalty to the program, coaches and the school,” Brookville athletic director Larry Kidd said.

The Bees are currently 7-0 and ranked 17th in the Maxpreps poll for the state of Virginia and have earned a playoff berth every year since 2005.

Off the field, Woody volunteers at a local church providing assistance as an usher and a member of the stage crew. Heassists with the “Helps Team” at the church helping those in need with moving, building, painting, and brush removal.

Woody has also been a volunteer speaker at the Stuarts Draft High School Coaching Clinic and was selected as the Offensive Coordinator for the 2009 Virginia High School League All Star game.

In addition, Woody and his student-athletes volunteer annually to complete a landscaping project at a local elementary school.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Oct. 3, 2011: Patrick Kane

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Patrick Kane of Hermitage High School in Henrico, Va., has been named the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Oct. 3, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Kane enters his 11th season at Hermitage High School and has an overall record of 93-19 at Hermitage. Coach Kane has been coaching football for over 20 years.

During this time, he has been won Colonial District Coach of the Year five times, Central Region Coach of the Year two times, Richmond Times Dispatch Metro Coach of the Year five times, and served as a NFL Summit Representative in 2002.

“Coach Kane leads by example. He works extremely hard to make sure his student-athletes are doing the right things on and off the field. He cares about his student-athletes during the season and after the season," said Hermitage athletic director Chris Rollison.

"He follows up with his student-athletes to ensure they are taking the proper classes and staying on track with classes that will prepare them for college and post-secondary life."

Off the field, Kane is an intricate part of the Hermitage Athletic Booster club’s NFL youth camp held every June at Hermitage High School. Kane and his staff also attend practices for the local area youth football teams and assists in teaching kids fundamental football skills.

Also, he has coached in the Virginia High School All-Star Game in Hampton, Va.

The Panthers are currently 4-0 and ranked sixth in the Maxpreps poll for the state of Virginia.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Sept. 26, 2011: Derek Tyler

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Derek Tyler of Bladensburg High School in Bladensburg, Md., has been named Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Sept. 26, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Tyler is in his fifth season as head coach at Bladensburg High School and also serves as the school’s Athletic Director.

According to Principal Glynis Jordan, Tyler “has a unique bond with his student-athletes where his players believe in him and trust in his program. He is a tremendous motivator and really works hard to build a program centered on academics, character development and preparation for life after high school.

"He has a sincere love and concern for every one of his student-athletes which creates a culture of excellence and trust. I can truly say that his players trust him to pave the way and trust that he will make them competitive not only on the field but in life.”

The Mustangs are currently 2-2 on the season.

In addition to Coach Tyler putting in countless hours helping his student-athletes grow in the classroom and football field, Tyler has also been able to get Bladensburg's football program back into the forefront of top recruiting colleges.

He has created a culture where the students-athletes believe they can play collegiate football and have a chance to go to bigger colleges that weren't always interested in Bladensburg football players.

Within the last three years alone, the football program has had four student- athletes with Division 1A/AA scholarships which was the same amount of scholarships the football program had in the 15 years prior to Tyler’s arrival. Tyler’s dedication extends well beyond the football field where Tyler is a valued member of his community.

Coach Tyler and his student-athletes participate in various community service projects around Prince George’s County, Maryland including reading at local elementary schools, participating in community clean up days and assisting with summer youth football camps and clinics.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Sept. 19, 2011: Larry Hurd, Jr.

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Larry Hurd, Jr., of Clarksburg High School in Clarksburg, Md. has been named Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of September 19, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Hurd is currently in his sixth season as head coach at Clarksburg High School, having started the football program when the school opened in 2006.

Hurd’s success has not gone unnoticed; he was named the Montgomery County Coach of the Year in both 2003 and 2007.

Coach Hurd has an overall record of 37-16 at Clarksburg High School and a 70-20 career record. The Coyotes are currently 2-1 on the season.

Off the field, Hurd, who also serves as the head boys’ basketball coach, motivates his students by establishing high expectations of excellence and assisting his student-athletes in achieving both individual and team goals.

Hurd stresses the importance of academic growth and plays an integral role in helping his student-athletes transition to success at the collegiate level.

Coach Hurd also emphasizes academic excellence, athletic excellence, positive sportsmanship and, most importantly, the importance of being a good citizen in the community. Hurd is passionate about community service, especially with the Clarksburg youth football program.

The Clarksburg Sports Association youth football program began in conjunction with the opening of Clarksburg High School. Hurd has been a valuable resource to the youth football program and runs a summer youth football camp. The Clarksburg football program has been recognized as a recipient of the Montgomery County Sportsmanship Award every season since the school opened.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Sept. 12, 2011: Mike Lalli

The Washington Redskins have announced that head football coach Mike Lalli of Chantilly High School in Chantilly, Va. has been named Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Sept. 12, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Lalli is currently in his seventh year as head coach at Chantilly High School. In his six seasons with the team, Lalli has led the Chargers to an overall record of 49-25 and has competed in the Northern Region championship game three times, winning the region once.

He was named the 2005 Concord District Coach of the Year, 2006 Region Coach of the Year and 2006 Gameday Magazine and Fairfax Hall of Fame Coach of the Year.

Last weekend, Chantilly upset No. 2-ranked Stone Bridge 22-14 on the strength of five interceptions by the defense. The Chargers are currently 2-0 and ranked eighth in the state of Virginia.

Coach Lalli emphasizes to his players the value of representing the school and community. He sets an example within the school’s community by attending sports games, school performances and awards ceremonies for students. His student-athletes also participate in Read Across America.

Lalli also speaks in the community to youth groups, holds football clinics and sponsors a fundraiser each year to benefit St. Jude’s Hospital.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.


Week of Sept. 1: Aazaar Abdul-Rahim

The Washington Redskins named head football coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim of Friendship Collegiate Academy in Washington, D.C. the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the week of Sept. 1, 2011.

The Redskins High School Coach of the Week program is designed to recognize and reward excellence in high school football coaching.

Coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim enters his seventh season and serves as the first and only head football coach at Friendship Collegiate Academy Public Charter School (FPCS) located in the District’s Ward 7 an area identified as having one of the highest high school dropout rates in the city per capita.

For this reason, Coach Rahim founded Positive Choices, Inc. a nonprofit servicing the academic, socio-emotional, health and wellness, and physical needs of youths in Ward 7.

Coach Rahim utilizes the vehicle of sports and the arts to engage youth and foster positive decisions making as alternatives to succumbing to the prevalent at-risk behaviors. For the past nine years Positive Choices, Inc. under Coach Rahim’s leadership has hosted a free non-contact instructional camp for city youths encouraging them to make positive choices over the summer and for life.

Coach Rahim also organizes groups of city leaders, business owners, and a host of sport professionals and collegiate level players to volunteer as mentors and instructors at the camp.

Coach Rahim’s passion for football and his ability to turn ordinary student-athletes into BCS recruited players on and off the field is astonishing. The FPCS Knights are currently 2-0 and ranked seventh in the Washington Post High School Football Rankings. In addition, 100 percent of FPCS football players receive acceptance letters to attend college.

Coach Rahim raises the expectations of what student-athletes can achieve by providing multiple educational and athletic opportunities.

Each week during the 2011 high school football season, the Redskins will select one area high school head coach as the Redskins High School Coach of the Week. The selection is based on the coach's continuing commitment towards promoting youth football, developing motivated student-athletes, his overall community involvement and overall team performance and record.

Each of the coaches chosen throughout the high school season will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Youth Football Fund to their football program and a framed certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen.