For a second year in a row, San Elizario High School (SEHS) coach Cesar Morales, received the ‘State Coach of the Year for Boys Cross Country’ award.
The honor is awarded on behalf of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).
“It is truly an honor to receive this award once again for what WE have achieved,” Morales said.
“I say ‘WE’ because this is a group accomplishment— my assistant coach, Jorge Maese, and the Boys Cross Country team, also play an essential role and together we contribute to the success of the team.”
The NFHS bestows this prestigious award to one coach in each sport for each state association.
Recipients of this award reflect excellent coaching abilities on and off the athletic arena.
Morales will be recognized November 3rd during the 4A Boys awards ceremony in Round Rock, Texas.