Lavaca High School Announces Coaching Changes

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Lavaca High School sent out the following release earlier today:

We want to congratulate Coach Brian Schlinker on being named Head Football Coach at Northridge Junior High in the Van Buren school district. Coach Schlinker will be teaching Health and PE along with coaching. While at LHS, Coach Schlinker has taught history and played a vital role on our coaching staff. He has coached football, softball, and baseball over the past 9 years. Coach Schlinker’s passion is football and mentoring today’s youth! Best wishes to Coach Schlinker and his family as they start this new journey.

The athletic teams at LHS have been successful this year. With Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Football, Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Track, Swimming, Bowling, and Cheer all making it to post- season play, the coaching staff is a solid group. Coach Mark Headley has been named the LHS Head Football Coach. During the 18-19 athletic season, Coach Headley’s volleyball team competed for the state championship and he also led baseball to state quarter-finals. With 20+ years coaching experience, he is looking forward to the challenge of moving back into football after being away from it for the past 4 years.

Coach Mark Headley and Assistant Shannon Todaro led the 2018 volleyball team and earned the title of state runner-up. The team has the foundation to vie for a state championship bid and be competitive for years to come. Assistant Volleyball Coach Shannon Todaro has been named the LHS Head Volleyball Coach. Along with assisting Coach Headley, she was head junior high coach for the 2018 season and the team earned the titles Conference Runner-up and District Tournament Runner-up. Coach Todaro has a keen interest in volleyball and is looking forward to taking on the lead role of the LHS Volleyball program.

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