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Class 4A LSG 2018 Coach Of The Year

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Each year, Lone Star Gridiron sends out ballots to our Fans, TXHSFB Coaches, Brotherhood members and our staff/contributors. We compile those votes to select our players and coaches of the year.

This year, Cuero's Travis Reeve was selected as the 2018 Class 4A LSG Coach Of The Year. Coach Reeves Gobblers had a great season finishing with a 15-1 record and won the Class 4A Division II Championship. It was their first championship since 1987.

LSG and the Brotherhood had Coach Reeve #1 in the voting. The Coaches had him in the 2nd spot while the Fans had him #3 in the voting.

The Coaches had Josh Gibson from Texarkana Pleasant Grove as their top pick while the Fans had Jeff Walker of Liberty Hill as their top pick. The runner up spot went to Josh Gibson.

Reeve has gone 72-22 with the Gobblers since he took over 7 years ago. Travis is the son of former Gobbler head coach Mark Reeve (2003-2009).

Coach Reeve's recent interview on the LSG Texas High School Football Coaches Show

Other Coaches that were in the running.

Marcus Schultz - Splendora
Don Hyde - Waco La Vega
Scott Surratt - Carthage
Todd Rodgers - Argyle
Randy Smith - Silsbee
Aubrey Sims - Iowa Park
Cliff Watkins - Glen Rose

Previous Winners :

2017 - Doug Warren (Wimberley)
2016 - Cornel Thompson (West Orange-Stark)
2015 - Gary Robinson (Krum)
2014 - Lee Fedora (Navasota)
2013 - Todd Rodgers Argyle
2012 - Lee Fedora Navasota
2011 - Weldon Nelms Wimberley
2010 - Bryan Barbay Coldspring-Oakhurst

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2018 Cuero 2018 marked the Gobblers' 4th State Championship in 11 title matches. Led by highly-recruited Jordan Whittington, the Gobblers only loss of the season was against Yoakum in Week 2 when he was out with an injury.

2017 Cuero  The Gobblers turned in their 2nd straight season with only 1 loss before falling to rival Wimberley (5-5 vs them all time) in the Semifinal round of the playoffs.

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