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2013 High School Coach of the Year

Posted Dec 3, 2013

Rodney Parker, from Emery High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Year” for 2013.

The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” program, presented by the California National Guard, promotes high school football, giving high school coaches and teams the recognition that they deserve. 

Designed to honor coaches who have created successful programs for teams and players, both on and off of the playing field, the “Coach of the Week” program provides teams with financial assistance to maintain their football programs.  During each week of the high school season, the Oakland Raiders will select one high school coach as the “Coach of the Week” winner. 

Each recipient will be awarded a $2,000 donation to the school’s football program from The Oakland Raiders, the NFL Foundation and California National Guard, a certificate signed by The Oakland Raiders Head Coach Dennis Allen, and an Oakland Raiders “Coach of the Week” cap.

Rodney Parker, from Emery High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Year” for 2013.  Coach Parker and his team faced challenges that most teams take for granted.  They practice on a field that is roughly 20 yards by 40 yards long, do not have a weight room, possess 28 uniforms for 32 players, and have a total student population of 216 kids in the high school.  Rodney and his staff has made the most of what they have, instilled a no excuses mentality within their team and had a very successful season finishing with a 7-4 record. Congratulations Coach Parker!


2013 High School Coaches of the Week

Week 11: Gerald Montgomery, from Hercules High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for week 11.  The Titans defeated Kennedy High School 34 – 33 by holding them on a goal line stand at the end of the game.  They improve their record to 9-1. 

Week 10: Jayce Goree, from Oakland High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for week 10.  The Wildcats defeated Oakland Tech High School 14 - 12.  They improve their record to 3-5. 

Week 9: Joe Tenorio, from Encinal High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for Week 9.  With 50 seconds left in the game, down 26 – 21, the Jets drove and scored a touchdown to defeat Castro Valley High School 27 – 26.  They improve their record to 7-1.

Week 8: Rick Sira, from Amador Valley High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for week eight.  The Dons were inspired by a goal line stand that led them to defeat Livermore High School 10 - 7.  They improve their record to 5-2.

Week 7: Kemp Moyer, from Alameda High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for week seven.  The Hornets defeated Tennyson High School 20 - 13.  They improve their record to 4-2.

Week 6: Rodney Parker, from Emery High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner for week six.  The Spartans defeated Tomales High School 40 - 32.  Despite practicing on a 20 yard field and not having a weight room, the Spartans fought back from a twenty point deficit at halftime to win the game.  They improve their record to 4-2. 

Week 5: Rich Woods, from Deer Valley High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” winner.  The Wolverines defeated San Leandro High School 37 - 34.  The Wolverines were down by five points with less than three minutes left in the game when they scored on an 80-yard touchdown run to put them ahead.  They improved their record to 4-0. Safety Usama Young visited with the team, staff and coaches.  He congratulated them for the job they have done all season and shared his experiences on what made him successful on and off the field.

Week 4: Bret Casey, from American High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week.” The Eagles defeated San Lorenzo High School 28-21 last week.  The Eagles were down 21-6 at halftime and came back to win the game in overtime. They improve their record to 3-1.

Week 3: Nick Tisa, from Dougherty Valley High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week.” The Wildcats defeated American High School 14-13 last week. The Wildcats defense stopped a two point conversion try by American High School at the closing minutes of the game to improve their record to 2-1.

Week 2: Victor Galli, from Pittsburg High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week.” The Pirates defeated California High School 35-33 two weeks ago.  The Pirates will try to improve on their 2-1 team record against their next opponent, Berkeley High School.

Week 1: John Trotman, from San Lorenzo High School, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” for Week 1.  The Rebels defeated Kennedy High School 18-13 last week.  The Rebels started the season with a 1-0 record by scoring two fourth quarter touchdowns to come from behind and win the game.

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