With high school football back in Virginia, the Washington Football Team is honoring high school football coach with their Coach of the Week Award. The Week 1 winner is William Patrick, the head football coach at Louisa County.
Patrick, who played his high school football at Louisa County High, has served as the program’s head coach since 2018. The Lions opened the season on Monday with a 49-0 shutout of Charlottsville.
Our first Coach of the Week presented by @InovaHealth is Coach William Patrick from Louisa County High School!— Washington Football Community Relations (@WasNFLCommunity) February 26, 2021
“Coach Patrick preaches hard work and dedication and delivers the same. He prepares his players for life after football, not just for Friday nights.” pic.twitter.com/ZmJUi4zqQ1
The High School Coach of the Week program is a National Football League initiative designed to recognize area high school football coaches who continuously demonstrate hard work and dedication to their football programs, the health and safety of their players, and who make a difference in their communities. Each honoree will receive a $2,000 donation from the Washington Football Charitable Foundation to their football program.
For more information on the Washington Football High School Coach of the Week program or the Washington Football Charitable Foundation, visit http://www.washingtonfootball.com/community or follow the Foundation on Twitter and Instagram at @WasNFLCommunity.
Click here to nominate a Coach in the District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Virginia or Prince George’s or Montgomery Counties in Maryland.
Washington Football High School Coach of the Week is presented by Inova Sports Medicine.