TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW HEAD FOOTBALL COACH
The Independence School District is extremely pleased to announce that Gregg Webb has been chosen as Head Football Coach for Truman High School.
Webb will join the Independence School District this summer, coming from his position as Head Coach of Eudora High School in Eudora, Kansas.
Webb has had great success in his career. He has a career football coaching record of 248-55. He has led teams to 5 State Championships (and six additional runner-ups).
As Head Coach of Eudora High School from 2002-2012, Webb’s record includes qualifying for the state playoffs in 10 of 11 years, including advancing to the State Championship game in 2012.
As Head Coach of Claflin High School from 1987-2002, Webb coached teams to 5 State Championships, and tied the state record for Consecutive Winning Streak with 51 games.
Webb was chosen as Kansas State Football Coach of the Year in 1992 and 1998.
“We feel very fortunate that Webb has chosen to bring his talents and skills to the Independence School District,” says Truman High School Activities Director Eric Holm. “His record speaks for itself, and shows his ability to build a strong and winning football program. We look forward to seeing what he brings to the Patriot sports program this coming school year, and in years to come.”
Webb says, “I'm extremely excited to be a part of the Truman family and can't wait to get started in getting this football program turned into one of the most respected in the Suburban Conference. I confident we have the kids, staff and support to put an outstanding product on the field every Friday night.”
Webb is married to wife Kelli and has four children, Brynnen (22) Mariah (21) Derek (18) and Allison (17).