RUSSELLVILLE, Ky - Logan County High school is proud to announce that they have hired Steve Duncan as the Cougars next Head Football Coach.
Principal Casey Jaynes says, “I would like to thank the search committee for their time and expertise in the search and interview process. With over 35 candidates from 8 different states their homework prior to the interview process was demanding of their time and effort.”
Coach Duncan comes to LCHS with a variety of coaching experiences all with success. Most recently Coach Duncan was the head coach at Murray High School where he led the Tigers to the following accomplishments:
-2013 District Runner-up/Region Champions, 9-5 record
-2012 District/Region Runner-up, 10-3 record
-2011 District/Region Champions, 12-2 record
-2010 District Champions/ Region Runner-up, 12-1 record
-2009 District Champions,/Region Runner-up, 12-1 record
-2008 District Runner-up, 8-4 record
-2009, 2010 -Undefeated regular seasons
-1st Time in over 100 years of football that Murray competed for Region Championship 5 concurrent years
During his tenure at Murray, coach Duncan was selected Kentucky 2009, 2010, and 2011, District #1, 2A Coach of the Year and the Kentucky 2010 Class 2A State Coach of the Year.
Prior to coming to Murray Duncan served as the Defensive Coordinator at Lone Oak High School in under Jack Haskins. Lone Oak was the state runner up in Class 4A in 2007. Coach Duncan’s defense only allowed 248 points during that season.
From 2005-2007, coach Duncan was the head coach at T.K. Stone Middle School in Elizabethtown, KY compiling a 12-4 record for those 2 years and averaging 45-50 players on the roster each season.
Duncan took time off from football from 2002-2005 but from 1999-2002 he was the defensive coordinator for Elizabethtown High School where he helped build a foundation for the 2004 Elizabethtown Region Runner-up.
Duncan worked at LaRue County High School from 1991-1995 where he was defensive and offensive line, strength and conditioning coach and defensive coordinator. LaRue County won the 1991 region championship with a 13-1 record.
Duncan got started in coaching football as an assistant coach under KHSAA Hall of Fame Coach Joe Jaggers at Fort Knox High School from 1984-1990 winning the Class 2A State Championship in 1988 and 1990 and was the Class 2A state runner-up in 1984.