Steers Coach Kenny Davidson addresses the team after being honored by GISD Superintendent Sonny Cruse after earning his 100th win as head coach of the Graham Steers.
Leader photo by Mike Williams
Davidson wins 100th game as Steers coach
When Steers head coach Kenny Davidson arrived in Graham in 2005 to work for then-coach Brad McCoy, Davidson had no idea he would get this far with the Steers. Following the Steers’ win over Mineral Wells Friday, Davidson has 100 wins as head coach.
Davidson was hired from Fort Worth Christian School and was a defensive coordinator when the Steers earned a trip to the state finals in 2009. He joined the Steers after five trips to the state finals and a TAPPS 3A state championship.
In early Feb. 2010, months removed from Graham High School’s first trip to the state finals, McCoy resigned to take a job outside of coaching. Then GISD Superintendent Beau Rees said the district would look internally for its next football coach and athletic director.
For the rest of the story, see the Nov. 4 edition of The Graham Leader.