Jeff Twiddy Named New Louisville Leopards Football Head Coach
Jeff Twiddy was officially named the new Head Football Coach of the Louisville Leopards at the Louisville Board of Education Meeting Monday Night. This announcement confirms reports sent to Leopard Nation Saturday Afternoon.
Twiddy was introduced as the new Leopards Football Head Coach by Athletic Director Terrie Horn. After her introduction, Twiddy addressed the crowd with the following statement:
I’m happy to be here, happy to be home. Obviously Louisville is a storied tradition football program in Ohio and I’m just honored and privileged to be part of that. We’re going to do some things a little different, we’re going to have some fun and win some football games.
Jeff Twiddy Past Coaching Experience
Twiddy was formerly the Head Coach of the Meadowbrook Colts these past four seasons and named ECOL Coach of the Year in 2017 and 2018. In his tenure with the Colts he held a 28-17 (.622) record, which amounts to the third most wins by any coach in Meadowbrook school history.
Twiddy led the Colts to the Division V playoffs in 2015, 2017, and 2018. He holds a 2-3 mark in playoff games after Meadowbrook defeated Oak Hill 62-13 and Ridgewood 50-25 this past season to punch their ticket to the Region 19 Championship. They would fall to eventual state runner-up Johnstown-Monroe 45-14 in that matchup.
Regional Semifinals Meadowbrook Vs. Ridgewood
Twiddy previously held assistant coaching positions at Mogadore, a Canton McKinley under Ron Johnson, and was the offensive coordinator at Salem in 2014. He was also a 2001 graduate of Mogadore High School and played on the Wildcats during their State Runner-Up season in 2000. Twiddy was also the coach of the Browns for the Little Leopards Football Program in 2013.
2013 Browns Vs. Bears Little Leopards
7th-8th Grade Championship
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