/ COACHES //
/ JUSTIN SEALAND // Assistant Coach Justin Sealand is one of the two new coaches on the Lexington Catholic staff this season (Marc Logan being the other). He will mainly be helping coach the receivers, but will also help out several other offensive positions. Coach Sealand has previously coached high school in Mississippi and Tennessee, before finding his way to Lexington. He attended Berkmar High School in Lilburn, Georgia, population 12,000 (in 2010 census) where he played football, basketball, and participated in track. After high school, Coach Sealand attended Rhodes College in Memphis, where he played football
and lettered all four years playing three different positions, as well as being named Team Captain. He also earned Academic All-Conference recognition three of those years, and received his Bachelors in Psychology from Rhodes. Justin went on to study at the University of Mississippi after graduation, where he earned a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. He will be putting those degrees to good use at Lexington Catholic, teaching Honors Algebra II on top of his coaching duties. Justinâ€™s wife, Kristen, is a Lexington Catholic Alum, and teaches at Mary Queen.
/ PATRICK SCHWENDEMAN // Assistant Coach Coach Patrick Schwendeman graduated from Lexington Catholic in 2006, and decided to immediately return to his alma mater as an assistant coach. This will be his fourth season on the sidelines of LC, where he is the tight ends coach and helps with the Freshman team. As a player with the Knights, Patrick was a member of the 2005 KHSAA State Championship team, and was selected as Most Valuable Player of the Championship game. Catholic defeated Bowling Green, 49-21 to win the Class AAA Championship under Bob Sphire, the first state title in the history of the program. Patrick played safety and tight end for Coach Sphire, and set single season and career
records for interceptions. Of his ten interceptions, he returned three for touchdowns, and 238 total return yards for an average of almost 24 yards per interception. Coach Schwendeman recently graduated from the University of Kentucky, and is continuing his education in pursuit of a Masters in Education at Georgetown College.
2011 OFFICIAL MEDIA GUIDE
Published on Aug 27, 2011