There is nothing quite like Texas high school football. It is king.
Best-selling books have been written on the topic, TV shows produced and
Hollywood movies unleashed. That’s because within each successful
program there are dynamic people with inspiring stories and heroic
We know that coaches play a vital role in their community that is often
under-appreciated. To honor the tremendous work that coaches provide, in addition to the
Hometown Heroes Series
MaxPreps has teamed up with Chevy to recognize a Texas Coach of the Year.
What makes someone a candidate for the honor, you might ask? Well,
it's anybody whose hard work, effort and skill produce great results for his or her team and school, both on and off the field.
Every coach knows that his
or her responsibilities do not begin and end with the game clock.
Commitment to the time-honored principles of preparation, dedication,
team above self, hard work and perseverance will not only be rewarded on
the scoreboard but, more importantly, will also be rewarded in life —
now and throughout the future — for each athlete trusted to his or her care.
This notion isn't just a slick piece of marketing — it is a guiding
principle for MaxPreps.We need your help
. We are looking for Texas high school
coaches who are worthy and deserving of the special
recognition for their work with young people on and off the field. We're
not just looking for a coach who wins a big game ... we're looking for Hometown Heroes whose impact and influence extend beyond the field — on
campus, inside the classroom and throughout the community.
To nominate, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Why he or she is deserving: