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SEATTLE SEAHAWKS COACH OF THE WEEK

The WSFCA "Seattle Seahawks Coach of the Week" criteria is as follows.

Must be a member of the Washington State Football Coaches Association

A member football coach may be nominated and selected for:

  • a win that supports WSFCA standards of fair play, sportsmanship, and safe competition
  • significant victory in League, District or State play
  • recognition of a major career win

The WSFCA "Seattle Seahawks Coach of the Year" is selected following the State Championships and represents the above criteria.


WEEK 10
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Randy Affholter-Kennewick: The Lions finished the season 9-1 and defeated Shadle Park 24-7 in cross-over to advance to the state bracket. This is Coach Affholter's first season has the head football coach at Kennewick after previously coaching for 22 years at Ellensburg High School. Under Coach Affholter's leadership, the Lions have improved to 9-1 (were 6-4 last year) and he has instilled discipline into the program. The Lions play incredibly hard and have performed extremely well with a tough schedule this year. Congratulations to Coach Affholter and the Kennewick Lions on the successful season thus far and continued success in the playoffs.

 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Jeff Weible -North Kitsap: The North Kitsap Vikings won the Olympic 2A League and defeated Fife 28-25 in the first round of the playoffs. The Vikings are now in the 2A state playoffs. Coach Weible does an incredible job of instilling character and sportsmanship in the players. The North Kitsap Vikings have a dominant team in the Olympic League and are a perennial contender in the 2A state playoffs. The Vikings play with great fundamentals, effort, and with a true sense of North Kitsap pride! In addition, Coach Weible is heavily involved in the Washington State Football Coaches Association and a tremendous advocate for high school football across the state. 



SEATTLE SEAHAWKS COACH OF THE WEEK
WEEK 3A/4A B/1A/2A
1 Ryan Butner - Central Valley Ron Lepper - Mt. Baker
2 Greg Dailer - Arlington Cody Lamb - LaSalle
3 Tom Tri - Lake Stevens Travis Domser - Chelan
4 Jon Eagle - Camas Dan Teeter - Lakewood
5 Mike Peck - Prairie Blake VanDalen - Lynden
6 Monte Kohler - O'Dea Keith Stamps - Deer Park
7 Tom Yearout - Ferris Mike Morgan - Colfax
8 Brandon Carson - Marysville Terry Jensen - Montesano
9 Masaki Matsumoto - Lincoln Kevin Beason - Sehome
10 Randy Affholter - Kennewick Jeff Weible - North Kitsap

WEEK 1
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Ryan Butner - Central Valley:  Central Valley Bears won 27-10 over Bellevue and showed great defense. Central Valley has been a consistent 4A contender under Coach Butner. Coach Butner has had numerous playoff runs and competed for the top spot in a tough 4A league.The Central Valley Bears play with tremendous character and sportsmanship and those attributes are directly related to Coach Butner. 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Ron Lepper - Mt. Baker: Defeated perennial power Lynden at Lynden 21-14. Coach Lepper is the Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Mt. Baker High School coordinating a class act athletic program. The Mt. Baker football team always plays with discipline, character and heart. Coach Lepper has been a longstanding member of the Washington State Football Coaches Association. 


WEEK 2
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Greg Dailer - Arlington High School:  The Arlington Eagles defeated the 3A Wesco North league favorite Squalicum 33-7.  Coach Dailer became the head coach in 2008.  Since becoming the head coach at Arlington, 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 always plays with incredible discipline, character, and with great sportsmanship.


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Cody Lamb - LaSalle High School: Big 49-0 win over Selah in a 1A vs. 2A battle. Coach Lamb is in his 7th year as Head Football Coach of the LaSalle Lightning. The Lightning have been a consistent state contender in their division and a playoff contender under the helm of Coach Lamb. Last year they finished with an 8-2 record. The LaSalle teams play extremely hard and consistently have a tremendous defense. Coach Lamb has been a long standing member of the WSFCA. 


WEEK 3
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Tom Tri - Lake Stevens: The Lake Stevens Vikings move to 3-0 after beating their top league opponent, Monroe 73-28. The Vikings football team have dominated the Wesco 4A conference under the leadership of Coach Tri with 6 consecutive conference titles. Coach Tri has also coached in the East West Game as well as the Under Armor All American Game. The Lake Stevens Vikings always play with tremendous effort and spirit.


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Travis Domser - Chelan: The Chelan Mountain Goats are 3-0 after a 41-6 win over previously unbeaten South Whidbey. Coach Domser has been the Head Football Coach of the Chelan Mountain Goats since 2013. He has continued to build a quality football program during his tenure. The Mountain Goats play with great character, discipline and sportsmanship. Coach Domser has also been an involved member of the Washington State Football Coaches Association. 


WEEK 4
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Jon Eagle - Camas High School: The Camas Papermakers defeated the Bellevue Wolverines 24-7 in a big non-league game. Coach Eagle has the Papermakers at 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 classification. The Papermakers always play with tremendous character, discipline and sportsmanship. Coach Eagle has been a long time member of the WSFCA and is heavily involved. 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Dan Teeter - Lakewood High School:  Cougars had a big 27-0 win over a tough Sedro Woolley football team. Coach Teeter has the Lakewood Cougars at 4-0. Coach Teeter has done a phenomenal job since taking over the program at Lakewood and they have been a consistent playoff team in a tough 2A conference. The Cougars are always innovative on offense and play with tremendous effort! Additionally, Coach Teeter coordinates the Lakewood passing tournament, serves on the executive board of the WSFCA, and has been an active, long standing member of the WSFCA.  



WEEK 5
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Mike Peck - Prairie: Still undefeated after a big 38-20 win over previously undefeated Kelso. The Prairie Falcons consistently play with tremendous effort and discipline under Coach Peck. Under Coach Peck's leadership, the Falcons have been a tough team in their league and have had great success.


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Blake VanDalen - Lynden: Another big win, this time over a hot-starting Lakewood team. Coach VanDalen has done a tremendous job at the Head Football Coach of the Lions. The Lynden Lions are consistently a playoff team and a power across the state of Washington in the 2A classification. The Lions play with tremendous character, pride, and discipline.



WEEK 6
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Monte Kohler - O'Dea: 28-6 victory over #1 ranked Eastside Catholic High School. Coach Kohler has been the head football coach for the Fighting Irish for 35 years, amassing well over 300 victories. The Fighting Irish football teams have been a state power under Coach Kohler's leadership and play with tremendous discipline, character, and class. Coach Kohler is also actively involved in the WSFCA and has been a mentor to other coaches across the state.


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Keith Stamps - Deer Park: 49-7 victory over Lakeside and are 6-0 on the season. Coach Stamps has his squad playing great football this season. Coach Stamps has been at the helm of the Stags football team for many years and has consistently had the Deer Park Stags in playoff contention. The Stags play with incredible sportsmanship and exceptional effort. Coach Stamps is also a longstanding member of the WSFCA. 



WEEK 7
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Tom Yearout - Ferris: Big shutout of Gonzaga Prep 34-0 to improve to 6-1 on the season and into a tie at the top of the GSL. Coach Yearout is in his third year as the Head Football Coach of the Ferris Saxons after spending over 2 decades as the Head Football Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Lewis and Clark winning a state title in 2007. The Ferris Saxons are off to one of their best seasons in years due to Coach Yearout's leadership and program development. The Ferris Saxons play with tremendous discipline, effort, and sportsmanship. Coach Yearout has been a longstanding member of the WSFCA and heavily involved in the WSFCA. 

 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Mike Morgan - Colfax: The Colfax Bulldogs defeated the #9 ranked Liberty Lancers last week 33-20 and stunned the #4 ranked and undefeated Asotin Panthers last Friday night 39-7. The Bulldogs are now 6-1 on the season. Coach Morgan has been teaching and coaching at Colfax High School since 1992. The Colfax Bulldog football teams have had much success during Coach Morgan's tenure as Head Football Coach. The Bulldogs have been a consistent state playoff contender and a tough league opponent. In addition to being the Head Football Coach, Coach Morgan is also the schools' band instructor. Coach Morgan has been heavily involved in the WSFCA serving on the executive board. 



WEEK 8
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Brandon Carson - Marysville: Huge 42-14 win over Arlington to capture the 3A Wesco North title for the first time in 5 years. The Marysville Tomahawks are now 8-0 on the season and 6-0 in league play. Coach Carson has been the head football coach for the Marysville Tomahawks for over a decade and has had much success over that tenure. Marysville has been a tough Wesco league opponent and a consistent playoff team. Coach Carson is also heavily involved in the Marysville community with the team volunteering with various organizations in Marysville. The Tomahawks always play with great discipline, are physical, and give tremendous effort.

 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Terry Jensen - Montesano: 55-0 win over Tenino and the Bulldogs continue to roll. They are now 8-0 on the football season. Coach Jensen has had much success at Montesano and the Bulldogs have been a consistent state contender. The Montesano Bulldogs have played great all season in all three phases of the game. They have had 4 shut outs this season and have scored more than 50 points during 5 games this season. The Bulldogs are always fun to watch because the team plays with such tremendous effort and pride. Coach Jensen is also a long standing member of the WSFCA and does a great job promoting football in the state of Washington. 



WEEK 9
3A/4A Coach of the Week    
 

Masaki Matsumoto - Lincoln High School: 35-21 victory over Bethel to win the PCL league with a perfect 7-0 record. Only two losses this season were to tough Camas and Lake Stevens squads. Under Coach Matsumoto's leadership, the Lincoln Abes have been a consistent state contender and power in the 3A conference. The Abes play extremely hard, with incredible discipline, and outstanding sportsmanship. Coach Matsumoto does a great job of developing young men of integrity through coaching. He is always positive with his players and promotes servant leadership. He is a great role model for the other coaches across the state on how to coach the entire player and not just focus on wins and losses.  

 


B/1A/2A Coach of the Week    
 

Kevin Beason - Sehome High School: 30-14 win over Burlington Edison and are 8-2 on the season. The Sehome Mariners have had great success this year due to the leadership of Coach Beason. Coach Beason played for Sehome in the mid-80's as a 3 year letterman and has now been the head football coach since 2017. The
Mariners play well in all three phases of the game. Coach Beason instills character in his players and that can be seen in the incredible sportsmanship the Mariners play with. 


 

 

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