Boys Varsity Football · NFL DRAFT DAY! DID YOU KNOW?
NFL DRAFT DAY! DID YOU KNOW? Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School Head Football Coach Ken Stills Sr was drafted by Green Bay Packers (1985) and selected in the eighth round, 209 player overall. His son Kenny played collegiately for Oklahoma, was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 2013 NFL Draft, and currently plays for the Houston Texans!
Boys Varsity Football · 2020 Varsity Football Message – Head Football Coach Ken Stills Sr.
Bishop Football Family, I hope everyone is well. Please take a few seconds to make sure you are connected with your teammates on Hudl. This will allow us to communicate with each other if need be. That being said, imagine that you had won the following *PRIZE* in a contest: Each morning your
Boys Varsity Football · Bishop Head Football Coach sits with Green Bay Packers
Bishop Head Football Coach Ken Stills sits with packers.com Former Packers safety (1985-89): Ken Stills was an eighth-round pick in the 1985 draft from Wisconsin. With the Packers, Stills appeared in 65 games, registered seven interceptions, including one returned for a TD, and 12 kick returns. https://www.packers.com/video/alumni-spotlight-ken-stills-6903050
Boys Varsity Football, Girls Varsity Flag Football · Former Bishop Mclaughlin Coach Keith Tandy back in the NFL!
Bucs hire Keith Tandy as assistant special teams coach Former Bishop Mclaughlin Coach Keith Tandy back in the NFL! Keith Tandy, who spent six seasons playing for Tampa Bay, is joining the team’s coaching staff. He will serve as special teams assistant, Greg Auman of TheAthletic.com reports. The Buccaneers made Tandy a sixth-round
Boys Varsity Football · Former Packer, Viking to helm Bishop McLaughlin
Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School has announced the appointment of a new head football coach. The Hurricanes have named former NFL safety and IMG Academy assistant coach Ken Stills as their new head coach, athletic director Rex Desvaristes announced Thursday afternoon. Stills, the father of former University of Oklahoma and current Houston Texans’ wide receiver