Kevin Steiner has been named the South football coach. Steiner, 32, spent three years as a South assistant. He replaces Cory Brack, who is now the Cheney coach.
“We have that connection and I know the kids are buying in,” Steiner said. “We’re definitely not where we need to be, but we’ve got that foundation set, and we need to continue to make sure we have that foundation. With the change of leadership in June, it helps to make sure that we can build on what’s already there.”
Steiner, who is from Centre, played football at McPherson College, where he was an assistant for two years after graduation. He currently teaches U.S. History and special ed. His brother is the Centre coach.