Keenan Lewis resigns as head football coach at Landry –

Keenan Lewis
Keenan Lewis announced Thursday that he is departing as head coach of Landry, making the announcement via Instagram.

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Lewis spent three years as head coach of the Buccaneers. Lewis played seven seasons in the NFL, including four with Pittsburgh (2009-12) and his final three seasons with his hometown New Orleans Saints (2013-15). Lewis played in 83 NFL games, recording seven interceptions.
Landry went 3-6 this past season, losing 17-14 to Carver in the opening round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Overall, the Buccaneers posted a 10-15 under Lewis
Lewis succeeded Emmanuel Powell, who spent six seasons as head coach of the program, posting an impressive 70-19 record and winning a state championship in 2016. Powell is now the head coach at Helen Cox.
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