3A-Division I Lorena

Coaching Staff Information

Updated for 2022
The fields with bold titles are REQUIRED.
Basic Info
School Name    : Lorena
Head Football Coach    : Ray Biles
Office phone number    : 2548574604
Cell phone number    : 2547446855
Work e-mail address    : [email protected]
Head Coach Twitter Name    :
Stadium Changes    : None
Previous Season Summary
Wins    : 14
Losses    : 2
Returning Lettermen    : 16
Returning Off. Starters    : 3
Returning Def. Starters    : 5
Team Info
Team twitter    :
Offensive Coordinator    : Steve Hoffmann
Offensive Coordinator e-mail address    : [email protected]
Defensive Coordinator    : Donnie Snodgrass
Defensive Coordinator e-mail address    : [email protected]
Offensive Formation    : Spread
Defensive Formation    : 4-2-5
Background Information
2022 College Prospects

Include position, height,
weight, & 40 time.
: Joe Gutshall
Defensive End / TE
6-4 / 275
What do you expect to be your team's biggest strength this season?    : Offensively: WR & TE's
Defensively: LB's
We will be green at several positions but we are blessed to have several outstanding athletes returning.
What do you see as your team's biggest concern this season?    : Inexperience at QB, RB, OL
We graduated 3000 yards of passing (Ryne Abel) and 3000 yards of rushing (Reed Michna & Rhett Hanson). We also graduated 4 starters up front including all state center Elijah Turley
List all previous head coaching & assistant coaching experience.    : Lorena:
This is my 31st season as head coach/AD. 200-137-0
Katy HS:
12 years as an assistant 1980-91
List any state titles you've been a part of as a head coach, assistant coach, or player in any sport.    : Lorena Football 2021 - Head Coach
High School    : Waco Richfield
College/University    : Baylor University
What has been your most exciting moment or game in your coaching career?    : Undoubtedly the state championship game in 2021.
Are your football games broadcast on the radio?    : No, streamed.
David Gibson handles the play by play.
I am always looking for a great human interest or unique story, please share that information with me.    :
What is the biggest challenge facing Texas High School Football right now?    : So many things have changed in my 42 years but we have more coaches leaving the game and fewer coaches coming into the game. I do not see many 60 year old guys looking back across the sideline at me and fewer younger kids seem to want to coach. Maybe money, maybe the extra pressures of teaching and all the bells and hoops of the educational system. Like I said, things have changed.

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