Bulldog alumnus Eston Ennis named head football coach at Laurel

LAUREL – Laurel School District today announced that Eston Ennis has been named its new varsity head football coach.

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Eston Ennis is the new head varisty football coach at Laurel

Mr. Ennis has been a highly successful assistant coach and defensive coordinator for Woodbridge High School for the past seven years, which culminated in two state playoff semi-final appearances in the 2013 and 2015 seasons.

Mr. Ennis has also coached baseball at Woodbridge.

Mr. Ennis is well versed in Laurel football, serving as its team captain in 2002, a season in which the Bulldogs made it to the state semi-finals.

After graduating from Laurel in 2003, Mr. Ennis played for Wesley College from 2003-2007, starting at linebacker for the Wolverines his last two years.

In his four years playing for Coach Mike Drass, Wesley made it to the Division III semi-finals three times.

In a Facebook post Thursday morning, Mr. Ennis thanked Woodbridge Blue Nation:

“Today with a heavy heart I want to thank the Woodbridge Blue Raider Community for their support the past seven years! Today I will be accepting two positions in the Laurel School District in the fall. One of those positions is as the head varsity football coach. You all have given me every opportunity to be successful in the classroom and on the field and I couldn’t be more grateful to you for that. You have definitely allowed me to mature and grow with every day, month, and year I’ve been a part of your lives. We’ve laughed, cried, cheered, and battled for the last seven years to make this a better place. Without you I couldn’t have become who I am today and I want you to know I will always be eternally grateful! The football and baseball programs are in good hands … to every parent thank you for allowing me to be a part of your kids’ lives and entrusting me to be someone they could learn from.


Thank You Blue Nation

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