Former Sun Devil, Arizona Cardinal Named Arcadia’s New Football Coach
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (March 2, 2018) – Arcadia High School is pleased to introduce Kerry Taylor as its new varsity head football coach. An Arizona resident, Coach Taylor played for Hamilton High School in Chandler and Arizona State University, prior to a career in the National Football League, including time with the Arizona Cardinals.
Coach Taylor brings not just an impressive playing résumé with him to Arcadia, but also coaching experience at both the high school and collegiate levels. He is excited for the opportunity to work with Arcadia student athletes to build skill, leadership and character that will lead to success on the field, and beyond.
Arcadia Principal Todd Stevens shares, “Coach Taylor will bring an infectious, positive attitude to the Titan football program, and he will work tirelessly to ensure the best possible experiences for the members of the football team.”
Arcadia Athletic Director Cher Fesenmaier agrees: “There is an undeniable ‘presence’ when you’re in the same room with Coach Taylor. He exudes an enthusiasm that is contagious, and we couldn’t be more thrilled that he is now an Arcadia Titan!”
“Many of our student athletes aspire to where Coach Taylor has been,” added Fesenmaier, “so his experience at all three levels of football will serve Arcadia well.”
Coach Taylor was introduced to the Titan football team today. He will throw out the first pitch at the school’s varsity baseball game on March 7, prior to a parent ‘meet-and-greet’ that evening at 7 p.m.