Baltimore Ravens honor Isaiah Taylor of Wicomico High School & Will Thompson of Francis Scott Key HS as their Week 8 Coaches of the Week

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Congratulations to Wicomico head coach Isaiah Taylor and Will Thompson of Francis Scott Key High School on being named Week 8 Coaches of the Week by the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens.

Each recipient during the 2020 season will receive a $500 donation to their athletic department along with an award from Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. The Ravens will work with supervisors of athletics in each Maryland county to identify honorees.

In total, 24 coaches will be recognized this year. This season marks the 24th year of this program, which celebrates the significant influence coaches have on their student-athletes. In previous seasons, 10 coaches were recognized annually for their accomplishments both on and off the field. 

2020 Baltimore Ravens Coach of the Week Winners

Week 7 – Gaven Parker, Cambridge-South Dorchester; Kyle Schmitt, Archbishop Spalding

Week 6 – James McCormick, North Caroline HS; Phil Carr, Northern Garrett HS

Week 5 – Damian Ferragamo, Kent Island HS; Tim Small, Williamsport HS

Week 4 – Tim Palmer, Harford Technical HS; Justin Cunningham, Leonardtown

Week 3 – Tom Petre, North Point HS; Kyle Schmitt, Decatur HS

Week 2 – Rick Sneade, Calvert HS; Bobby Humphries, Governor Thomas Johnson HS

Week 1 – William Bell, Hammond HS; Reggie White, Milford Mill Academy

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