Whataburger Coach of the Week

Whataburger Coach of the Week

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Join the Dallas Cowboys and Whataburger in celebrating local high school football coaches! Over the course of the 2020 high school football season, the Dallas Cowboys and Whataburger will team up to recognize 12 local coaches who are making an impact on their team, school and community. As part of their recognition, each coach will receive a $2,000 grant courtesy of Whataburger and the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Foundation for his football program.

NEW IN 2020! Student-athletes can nominate their head coaches to be recognized as Coach of the Week by completing the nomination form below. Tell us why your coach deserves to be honored through the program!

2020 COACH OF THE WEEK HONOREES

STUDENT-ATHLETES NOMINATE YOUR COACH TODAY!

The Dallas Cowboys are proud to partner with Whataburger for the 2020 Coach of the Week program. The 2020 season marks the 26th year the Dallas Cowboys have honored high school football coaches with the Coach of the Week program. The program spans the length of the high school football season and is designed to aid and promote high school football and the development of youth football. The goal of the Coach of the Week program is to give high school football coaches the recognition they deserve and provide schools financial assistance to maintain and upgrade their football programs. Over the life of the program, the Coach of the Week program has provided more than 265 grants totaling more than $425,000 to area football programs.

Congratulations to our 2019 Whataburger Coach of the Week Winners!

Week 1: Derick Roberson (Frisco Memorial High School)

Week 2: Julio Lopez (El Paso Eastwood High School)

Week 3: Rudy Rangel (The Colony High School)

Week 4: Jeff Fleener (Mesquite High School)

Week 5: Cody Moore (Denton Braswell High School)

Week 6: Sam Harrell (Ennis High School)

Week 7: Chris Ross (Red Oak High School)

Week 8: David Beaudin (Ft. Worth Nolan)

Week 9: Kendall Hill (Thomas Jefferson High School)

Week 10: Tyler Soukup (Plano West High School)

Playoffs: Reginald Samples (Duncanville Highs School) & Jeff Rayburn (Frisco Lone Star High School)

Congratulations to our 2018 Whataburger Coach of the Week Winners!

Week 1: Coach Oscar Castillo (Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School)

Week 2: Lee Wiginton (Midlothian Heritage High School)

Week 3: Lon Holbrook (Birdville High School)

Week 5: Carlos Lynn (Ceder Hill High School)

Week 6: Brian Basil (Flower Mound High School)

Week 7: Chad Cole (Frisco Reedy High School)

Week 8: Bill Howard (Wylie High School)

Week 9: Kyle Story (Frisco Independence High School)

Week 10: Michael Odle (Lewisville High School)

Area Round: Mike Overton (Mesquite High School)

Regional Round: Reginald Samples (Duncanville High School)

Congratulations to our 2017 Whataburger Coach of the Week Winners!

Week 1: Chad Cole (Reedy​ High School)

Week 2: George Teague (John Paul II High School)

Week 3: Josh Ragsdale (South Garland High School)

Week 4: Marvin Sedberry (Naaman Forest High School)

Week 5: Tony Baccarini (Keller Fossil Ridge High School)

Week 6: Jeff Smith (McKinney High School)

Week 7: Brian Brazil (Hebron High School)

Week 8: Derick Roberson (Dallas Skyline High School)

Week 9: Jeff Rayburn (Frisco Lone Star High School)

Week 10: Lonnie Jordan (Lake Highlands High School)

Week 11: Kody Groves (Mesquite Poteet High School)

Playoffs: Chris Melson (Mansfield Legacy High School)

Congratulations to our 2016 Whataburger Coach of the Week Winners!

Week 1:Coach Vance Gibson (Frisco High School)

Week 2: Coach Joey McCullough (Plano East High School)

Week 3: Coach Todd Peterman (DeSoto High School)

Week 4: Coach Mike Robinson (North Mesquite High School)

Week 5: Coach Chris Jensen (Trinity High School)

Week 6: Coach Mark Behrens (Sachse High School)

Week 7: Coach Todd Lawson (Dunbar High School)

Week 8: Coach Chris Melson (Mansfield Legacy High School)

Week 9: Coach Randy Jackson (Grapevine High School)

Week 10: Coach Kendrick Brown (Little Elm High School)

Playoffs 1: Coach Lee Wiginton (Midlothian Heritage High School)

Playoffs 2: Coach Kody Groves (Poteet High School)

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