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Patrick "Red Dog" Lagan
"Mac" Stuber Memorial Award

              Every autumn, under the ominous lights of Coatesville Area Senior High

           School Memorial Stadium, one of the cogs of the Coatesville High School

Football program machine is working in plain sight – but few take notice.

We marvel at the team, band, cheerleaders, and student body recognizing

           the hours of commitment, dedicated to another flawless Friday night               

victory and performance.  We appreciate all of the coaches, volunteers,   

parents, and community members who support every aspect of the

           season.  However, take a second look the next time there is a

           First Down.  The “chain gang” on the opposing sideline has been

           anchored for 50 seasons by Patrick “Red Dog” Langan. 

                Red Dog’s devotion to the community and school has been sustained

through more than the four decades on the sideline.  He was born and raised

in the City of Coatesville, raised four children, and is now the grandfather of

six Coatesville graduates and two current students.  

              As a 1964 graduate, Patrick managed the football team throughout

            his high school tenure.  He has worked every Steel City Invitational and

attended every bonfire held on campus.  In more recent years, he could be

seen running the sidelines as a coach, mentoring the future generations of the

Coatesville Midget Football League.  His commitment to the school and community is admirable.

                   Patrick “Red Dog” Langan seems to be omnipresent in Coatesville.

He is a nightly and perennial fan of every sport during every season. 

It is a rarity to find him without the Red and Black on his back.  He simply does not miss a game or a First Down.

        or a First Down.



Carroll Shuler '83

Carroll H. Shuler, Jr. used every ounce of his 138lb frame to punish his opponents throughout his career.  During the pre-tournament era, wresters were limited to duel meets and post-season matches.  Considering the statistical constraints, his 79 career wins were the most wins for 31 years at Coatesville and his 4 years on the varsity team left an indelible mark on the wrestling program.

        His Ches Mont league accomplishments are impressive.  He finished the 1982 and 1983 season as an Undefeated Ches Mont Leage Champion.  His junior year 26-3 record was capped off by 18 pins.  In his senior year, his 34-3 record was flooded with an incredible 29 pins.

        During his post-season crusades, he won the Sectional Championship in 1982 and 1983.  As a junior, he finished in 2nd place at the PIAA District Champion and improved as Champion in 1983.  At the Southeastern Regional Championships, his 3rd place junior year finish was again improved to a senior year Champion award along with recognition for being the most outstanding wrestler in the region.  At the highest level, he qualified for the PIAA state championship meet as a junior and finished his career as a senior with a 6th place showing I 1983.

        Carroll still resides in Coatesville and is the proud father of four children.  His contributions to the community continue as he inspires the city's youth through the mentoring program "Dream BIG Academy for Mentoring and Youth Development".

Morgan Callaway '06

Morgan Callaway was a record-setting swimmer for the Coatesville Red Raiders who continued her successful career beyond the pool at CASH.  Her high school career was impressive enough to still retain school records in three individual events.  Her name is still on the natatorium wall for the 200 free, 500 free, and 100 back.


            Beyond the Coatesville pool records, Morgan continued her triumphs at the state level.  She qualified all four years in the 200 and 500 free, as well as qualifying for multiple relays.  While at the PIAA State Championship Swim Meet, she contributed to her team score all four years while earning four individual State medals.


            Morgan was bestowed honors during multiple years at Coatesville.  She received recognition as a member of the All-League, All-District, and All-State teams.  She completed her career with the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association honor of All-American.


            Morgan continued her swimming career at West Virginia University.  During her competitive stint at the collegiate level, she qualified for the NCAA Championships and the United States Olympic Trials.

Christena Hamilton '00


Christena Lynnette Hamilton comes from a proud lineage of academia and athletics.  This has driven her passion for excellence in both education and sports. She is extremely dedicated to the advancement and growth of every student athlete she comes in contact with, both off and on the court.  Her career has included recruitment, player development and community service.


Christena’s accomplishments at Coatesville for basketball are impressive. She played four years on the Varsity team, from 1996-2000. As a Junior she was named first team All Ches-Mont and was named the team’s M.V.P., quite an accomplishment for an underclassman.


In her Senior season, she led the Lady Raiders to the Ches-Mont Championship.  She repeated as first team All Ches-Mont and was also named the team’s M.V.P. for a second time.  The Daily Local News named her their “All Area Player of the Year” for 2000.  A final and distinguished honor was bestowed on her when she was name Third Team All-State by the Associated Press.  She ended her career with a very impressive total of 1,500 points.


After graduating from Coatesville, Christena went on to Temple University where she continued her excellence on the basketball court and in the classroom.  She started 48 games for the Owls as they won two Big 5 titles, 2 Atlantic 10 titles and went to the NCAA Tournament twice.  She earned honor s on the All Atlantic 10 Tournament team and the Big 5 All-Academic team.  She graduated cum laude from Temple with a degree in Business Administration.


After college, Christena found a career in the coaching ranks.  She returned to Coatesville to coach basketball for two seasons.  She then went to Daytona State in Florida and then to Winthrop University for five successful seasons.  In May 2016, she became the Recruiting Coordinator for Bradley University’s Women’s Basketball team.  During this time, she somehow managed to find the time to earn her Master’s Degree in 2011 from Villanova University in Public Administration. 


She is passionate about her community, whether it be in the college town she is employed or in her home town of Coatesville with her family.  Her commitment to serve has included:  Board member of the Rip City Foundation; Coordinator of team community service projects (CHAMPS/Life Skills, basketball clinics in Haiti, Creator of the Dance Forums for student athletes (SAAR Program); Heart Walks; Mentoring and coaching recreational leagues and clinics.  She is the younger sister of former NBA star Richard “Rip” Hamilton.

Daniel Newton '99


     There have been very few high school baseball players who have instilled fear into opposing pitchers the way that Daniel "Newt" Newton did from 1996-99.  His relentless approach to both his offensive domination combined with his defensive prowess fueled his teams to 3 consecutive District One Championships.  His presence intimidated his opponents and inspired his teammates.

        During his 98-99 varsity campaigns, he was selected to the All-Ches Mont team as a middle infielder and selected to represent Coatesville on the Chester County All-Star Team at the Carpenter Cup Tournament.  Dan earned recognition from both the Daily Local News and Philadelphia Inquirer as a member of their All-Area Chester County Baseball Teams.  His efforts were recognized with the highest honor bestowed upon Coatesville Baseball players, the Leo "Spike" Atkinson Memorial Award.

        "Newt's" legacy as a prolific hitter is manifested in simple baseball statistics.  In 1999, he set five single season records.  He maintained a .602 batting average while hitting 10 home runs, 7 triples, 59 total hits and 45 RBIs.  He still holds the Coatesville career marks including 121 hits, 17 home runs, 98 RBIs, and 11 Triples. 

       Dan Newton continued his playing career at both Kutztown and West Chester University.  He returned to Coatesville as an English teacher and coached the Junior Varsity baseball team for 7 years.  His passion for the game remains as he is still an active member of the West Chester Adult Baseball League.

        Dan still resides in the Coatesville Area with his wife Emily and daughter Josephine.  He is currently a teacher at South Brandywine Middle School where he still dominates daily.

Jody McMillian '85


   Coatesville High has a long history of talented athletes that have found success in multiple sports during their careers and Jody McMillan certainly falls into that category. It is for his accomplishments in the High Jump for Track and Field that he is being honored. Jody moved to Coatesville from Avon-Grove to start his Junior year and in just two years, made his impact on Red Raiders athletics in both Track and Field and Basketball.


   Jody was the two time Ches-Mont champion in the high jump. He won the District One title once and was runner up once in the event. In the State meet, he was the runner up in both his Junior and Senior years. As a Junior he high jumped 6’ 11”. As a Senior, he cleared 7’ 1 ¼”, a school record. As both a Junior and Senior he earned “National Honor Roll” status in the high jump, the high school equivalent of All-American. He also competed in the Penn Relays invitational high school high jump in both of his years at Coatesville. Jody was also a very good discus thrower, an unusual “double” for a track athlete and earned medals on the league, district and state level in that event. He capped off his high school career by participating in the high jump at the Keebler Invitational in Chicago, a national level all-star meet for high school track and field athletes.


   You cannot mention Jody McMillan and not be reminded of his performance on the basketball court. A very talented player, he was well known for his spectacular and thunderous dunks. He was a starter on back to back Ches-Mont championship teams. Both of those teams advanced into the P.I.A.A. State Playoffs. Between his years at Avon-Grove and Coatesville, he scored over 1000 points in his career. His Senior year he earned first team All Ches-Mont, first team All Area and Honorable Mention All-State honors for basketball.


   After graduating from Coatesville, Jody went to Kutztown University and was a starter on the basketball team. He was offered the opportunity to continue playing basketball after college by several teams, but an unfortunate auto accident ended those dreams. He did continue to play in local summer leagues and also worked at several basketball camps in the Philadelphia area. He then organized and ran his own clinics for youth in the area. Jody now resides in the Coatesville area.

Sheena Crawley '09


     Sheena Crawley was a well rounded student-athlete who competed at the varsity level in soccer, indoor and outdoor track, cross country.  Her extra-curricular and scholastic endeavors were numerable as well, but her contributions to Coatesville athletics are inspiring.

       Sheena was an above average soccer player but found her calling on the track.  Throughout her high school career, her primary focus was the 800m and 1600m runs.  In her first attempt at a competitive 1600m versus Downingtown East at a duel meet, she unexpectedly won and qualified for the 2008 District One Track Meet.  That season her newly found talent led her to a 2nd place medal in the 1600m Ches Mont Championship, 6th place at the PIAA District One Championship, and a 7th place finish at the PIAA Outdoor State meet.

       After playing soccer for 3 years on the varsity team, Sheena decided to focus her fall season on running by joining the cross country team.  By doing so, she would be honing her talent she developed on the track.  Her expectations to maintain her conditioning for the track season may have been minimal, but the end result, at 15th place finish at the PIAA State Cross Country Meet was extraordinary.  That same school year, Sheena anchored the State Indoor Champion Distance Medley Relay team - running the 1600m. Finishing her senior year as an incredible athlete, she added a 1st place in both the 800m and 1600m at the Ches Mont Championship, a 5th place finish at the PIAA District One Championship in the 1600m, and placed 3rd in the 1600m at the PIAA Outdoor State Meet.

      Sheena set the school record in the 1600m record in 2009 and earned 1st team All-Area Honors in both cross country and outdoor track.  She continued her excellence at Franklin & Marshall College setting 8 school records and earning 8 All-American honors (2 Cross Country, 2 Indoor Track, and 4 Outdoor Track).  She concluded her illustrious career by placing 3rd in the 1500m race at the Division III National Championships.

      Sheena currently resides in Baltimore, MD.  She is utilizing her Master of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design while working for a technology based company but still is an avid, active runner.

Andy Washington '80


                                      There is a long list of fine basketball players at Coatesville High and Andy Washington has a well deserved spot on that distinguished list.                                                                     It is for his efforts and accomplishments on the court that he is being honored.

   Andy worked his way through the Coatesville basketball system as a young man. He played for Benner Elementary, the Community Center and Gordon Junior High. As a ninth grader, he played on the Junior Varsity team. He then became a three year starter on the Varsity team from the 1977-78 season through the 1979-80 campaign. The 1978 team was Ches-Mont runner up, fourth place in District One and became the first Coatesville team to advance into the State Playoffs since 1952. The 1979 team was Ches-Mont and District 1 Champions and made it to the “Final Four” in the State. They ended the season with a 30-6 record. The 1980 squad was Ches-Mont Champions. Andy’s contributions to these three very successful teams was crucial.


   At maybe 6’ 1”, Andy was a force under the basket and as a strong rebounder. He was a “Power Forward” before that term became popular. The fans in the bleachers referred to him as the “Little” Big Man. In his Senior year he went over 1000 points and, at the time, was only the third player in Coatesville boys basketball history to reach that milestone. In his Junior year he earned All Ches-Mont and All Area honors. As a Senior he repeated the Ches-Mont and Area honors but was also recognized as Honorable Mention All-State.


   After graduation from Coatesville, Andy attended Strayer College, Morgan State University and Lancaster Bible College. He is, to this day, totally involved in the Coatesville community through his Church, community organizations and youth groups. His commitment and dedication to improving the area is well known and appreciated by the people of Coatesville. Andy has three brothers and three sisters. He is the father of three daughters.

Brian McGinley '95


 Brian J. McGinley Jr. enjoyed an illustrious swimming career at Coatesville Area Senior High School by leaving the competition in his wake.  He was well-known for his 100 butterfly and 100 free, setting the school record for both during his tenure.  As a four year member of the varsity swim team, his place on the podium arrived regularly.

       In the highly competitive world of sprinters, Brian accomplished what many others can only aspire to achieve.  Brian was a perennial regular at the State level.  He held his place on the awards stand each of his four high school years at the PIAA State Championship Swim Meet.  His third place finish during his senior year was accompanied by a final ranking of 25th in the Nation for high school swimmers.  Receiving accolades as an All-State and All-American throughout his career, Brian’s time in the pool usually ended with honors.

        Like many other burgeoning swimmers in the Coatesville Area, Brian began his competitive swimming career at the Brandywine YMCA.  His love for the competitive nature and the intensity of sprinting in the pool was instinctive.  At the age of 14, Brian made the National Competition for the YMCA.  His efforts at the recreational level established pool records that are still stand. 

      Brian currently resides in Parkesburg, PA with his wife Katy and his five children, Monica, Brian III, Roselyn, Lucas, and Vivian.

    Derrick Morgan regulated opposing offenses on the gridiron in the Ches Mont League during his time as a Red Raider.  His early success and physical presence on the defensive line did not go unnoticed.  Derrick Morgan is currently employed by the Tennessee Titans in National Football League . During his 2005 season as a Junior, Derrick was distinguished as a member of the All-Ches Mont 1st Team.  He recorded 10 sacks and was awarded the “Outstanding Defensive Lineman” award from the Daily Local News.  In 2006, his dominance spread from a local understanding to regional acclaim.  He was again granted All-Ches Mont 1st Team honors.  He was also named the “Defensive Player of the Year” by the Daily Local.  The Philadelphia Inquirer described him as  “the area’s best end, he had 57 tackles, 7 for losses, 4.5 sacks,  and 2 fumble recoveries…On offense at fullback, he rushed for 523 yards and 8 touchdowns.”  His senior year earned him 1st Team All-State AAAA credentials as well as a #1 over all Pennsylvania prospect ranking, #76 player in the nation, #6 Strongside Defensive End in the nation, and #12 Defensive End acknowledgements.  His future was quite clearly laid out in front of him – Derrick was destined to play football at the next level. In 2011, Morgan participated in a 24-day charity mission to deliver 22,000 hearing aids to children and adults in need across Africa.                Morgan graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in  business management and is an enrolled in the University of Miami’s Executive MBA for Artists and Athletes program.