Feb 24, 2013

Enis named Marvin Lewis Coach of the Year

Coach Curtis Enis
CINCINNATI—Curtis Enis, head Football Coach of the Bradford High School Railroaders, has been named the 2012 Marvin Lewis Coach of the Year. Coach Lewis will present the award at the annual Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar- Athletes Banquet on Feb. 28 at The Westin in Downtown Cincinnati.

Now in its 10th year, The Marvin Lewis Coach of the Year Award, presented by Baker Concrete, is given to the top High School football coach in the Tri-State area. The winner of the Coach of the Year Award is chosen based on their teaching skills, sportsmanship, dedication to players, and commitment to education and his community.

Coach Enis focuses on teaching young men life lessons that will go much further than football. He teaches his players the values of work ethic, support, determination, pride, heart, effort, attitude, family and, most importantly, they are students first and athletes second.

The Marvin Lewis Community Fund is a Cincinnati, Ohio-based organization that empowers, educates, and inspires individuals in the Greater Cincinnati area through their ongoing outreach programs. The Marvin Lewis Community Fund invests in the Greater Cincinnati community through several outreach programs including Coach of the Year Award.

For more information on the event, and on the Marvin Lewis Community Fund, visit www.marvinlewis.org.


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