The Buffalo Bills are once again proudly partnering with ADPRO Sports in 2016, to recognize some of the best high school football coaches Western New York has to offer through the High School Coach of the Week program.
The Buffalo Region Coach of the Week for Week 8 is Adam Tardif, head coach of the Lackawanna Steelers. On Friday, October 21, Lackawanna traveled to Medina/Webber to take on the top-ranked Mustangs. Coming into the Class B playoff contest, the Mustangs were favored. Pulling off an upset, the Steelers defeated the Mustangs 16-8. For the Steelers, junior wide receiver/ cornerback London Smith compiled two touchdowns receptions, seven tackles and an interception. With the win, the Steelers will advance to the next round of the 2016 Section VI Class B playoffs against the Dunkirk Marauders.
The Rochester Region Coach of the Week for Week 8 is Eddie Long, head coach of the Bishop Kearney Kings. On Saturday, October 22, Bishop Kearney secured a big win over the Marcus Whitman Wildcats. The Class C playoff game resulted in a final score of 30-7 with the undefeated Kings coming out on top. Leading the way for Bishop Kearney on offense was senior halfback Dahmir Pross, who had 22 carries for 176 yards rushing and two touchdowns. On defense JaKarri Buckner recorded eight tackles on the game. The victory will propel the 8-0 Kings to the next round of the Section V playoffs against the Attica Blue Devils.
Check back on Buffalobills.com each week for the announcement of the Coach of the Week winners and tune in to the John Murphy show each Tuesday afternoon to hear the winners announced on the show. All Coach of the Week winners will receive $1,000 for their high school football program and will be recognized on-field prior to the Bills vs. Browns game on December 18. Good luck to all of the high school football coaches this season from the Buffalo Bills and ADPRO Sports!
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