Below is from the Minnesota Vikings
Beau LaBore has been teaching and coaching for 21 years – the last 17 as a head varsity coach. LaBore chose education because his teachers and coaches had an indelible impact on his life and he seeks to provide the same for his student-athletes. LaBore loves football as the ultimate team sport. Under LaBore, the Ponies won sub-district championships in 2012, 2020, and 2021. Stillwater is currently 6-0.
In 2019, LaBore served as president of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association and in 2021 was awarded the MFCA’s “Don Swanson” Award for exemplary service.
Knowing that football is more than just a game, LaBore is very involved in Tackle Cancer and the Ponies have raised $2.1 million and counting. Stillwater players are committed to working hard and serving others in many ways.
Coach LaBore is grateful to be surrounded by committed families, coaches, and supporters who take pride in the Stillwater football program and St. Croix Valley.
LaBore lives in Stillwater with his wife, Ashley.
After each week of games during the high school football season, the Vikings honor a high school coach of the week. Coaches are chosen based on their contribution on the football field, but more importantly, on the impact they make within their community and for their student-athletes. In addition to being recognized in local media for the achievement, the school’s football program receives a $1,000 donation on behalf of the Minnesota Vikings.