Marshall High School Coach James Williams named All Greater Houston Coach of the Year (1/5/2017)
FORT BEND ISD (January 5, 2017) – Congratulations to Marshall High School Coach James Williams for being named the All Greater Houston Coach of the Year by the Houston Chronicle. Williams was chosen for the honor after leading the Marshall Buffs to the 5A state quarterfinals for the first time since 2012. The Buffs finished their season with an impressive 11 – 3.
“I am very honored to receive the Coach of the Year recognition. It’s truly humbling,” Williams said. “The credit has to go to our outstanding players, my coaching staff and our very supportive administrators.”
During the season, Williams was also recognized as a Houston Texans Coach of the Week and the Be a Champion Leadership Award. While in the playoffs, the Buffs were awarded the Dave Campbell’s week 14 Army 5A School of the Week.
“We ae so very proud of our 2016 football team and what they have accomplished.”
Williams has been coaching for 19 years. This is his seventh year as Athletic Coordinator / Head Football Coach at Marshall High School.
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