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Jordan Johnson, Head Coach at Louisville Waggener


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Congratulations to Jordan Johnson, the new head football coach at Louisville Waggener. Jordan was a four year starter at Mason County HS from 1996 thru 1999.

 

BlackShoes&WhiteShoeStrings: Jordan Johnson, Head Football Coach, Louisville Waggener

 

Good to hear Waggener make an early hire to get them ready for spring ball and off season lifting. What is Coach Johnson's profile and pedigree?

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Good to hear Waggener make an early hire to get them ready for spring ball and off season lifting. What is Coach Johnson's profile and pedigree?

 

Jordan has been with Coach Oliver Lucas at both Manual and Bryan Station. They have had success at both schools. At Manual, Jordan was the DC. He may have been the DC at Bryan Station also.

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Waggener hasn't had any real success since Bob Redman was there in the early 1990s and those were heights they can scarcely dream of these days. Hopefully this is the coach to get them back on the right track and at least to a place where they can be competitive again.

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Waggener hasn't had any real success since Bob Redman was there in the early 1990s and those were heights they can scarcely dream of these days. Hopefully this is the coach to get them back on the right track and at least to a place where they can be competitive again.

 

They were state runner-up to Highlands in 1998 and lost to Owensboro in the state semifinals in 2000. But you are right, success at Waggener has come in fits-and-spurts. Hopefully the new hire and a move down to 3A will help them get consistently better.

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They were state runner-up to Highlands in 1998 and lost to Owensboro in the state semifinals in 2000. But you are right, success at Waggener has come in fits-and-spurts. Hopefully the new hire and a move down to 3A will help them get consistently better.

 

Maybe I need to stop pretending I know anything about high school football. :lol2:

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Those 1998 and 2000 Wildcat teams were under different coaches. First Hockman, then Wolfe. As mentioned, Redman had success prior. My point is it's possible and proven by three different coaches

 

Good luck to the new coach!

 

Kyle Hockman?

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