CAROLINA PANTHERS AND TOSHIBA ANNOUNCE 2018 HIGH SCHOOL COACH OF THE WEEK RECIPIENTS

Charlotte – The Carolina Panthers and Toshiba are recognizing ten high school football coaches across the Carolinas through the team’s High School Football Coach of the Week program, which acknowledges the outstanding contributions made by high school football coaches in the lives of their players, their communities and the development of football at the grassroots level. Each recipient’s school will receive a $1000 grant to support their school’s athletic department. This year’s High School Coach of the Week class will be recognized during an in-stadium presentation during the December 17th New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers Monday Night Football game at Bank of America Stadium. High school football coaches in North and South Carolina are eligible for the High School Coach of the Week award. Nominations for this year’s program were submitted by school administrators and media members across the two-state region. Winners were chosen by a selection committee.

“The Carolina Panthers and Toshiba are proud to recognize some of the region’s most outstanding high school football coaches who give tirelessly to their teams, schools and communities. The impact made by these coaches goes well beyond the playing field,” said Riley Fields, Carolina Panthers Director of Community Relations.

The 2018 Carolina Panthers High School Football Coach of the Week Recipients include:

Jason Allen Aynor High School Aynor, SC
Jeff Craddock Tarboro High School Tarboro, NC
Bryan Davis North Brunswick High School Leland, NC
Chris Dawson Needham Broughton High School Raleigh, NC
Travis Gaster Princeton High School Princeton, NC
Ryan Habich Watauga High School Boone, NC
Shane Laws AC Reynolds High School Asheville, NC
Matthew Quinn Union Pines High School Cameron, NC
Cort Radford Chase High School Forest City, NC
Todd Willert East Forsyth High School Kernersville, NC