PfISD announces new Pflugerville High School head football coach

Charles Lamont Taylor will serve as the new head football coach for Pflugerville High School.

Charles Lamont Taylor will serve as the new head football coach for Pflugerville High School.

Pflugerville ISD announced Wednesday morning that Pflugerville High School has a new head football coach and boys athletic coordinator.

Charles Lamont Taylor comes to Pflugerville from Austin McCallum High School, where he was head football coach and athletic coordinator. Last year, Taylor led McCallum's football team to a 14-1 record. He has a 35-13 overall record as a head coach.

"I'm thankful for the great opportunity to lead the program at Pflugerville," Taylor said in a press release. "It's a school and community with a long tradition of excellence."

George Herrmann previously held the position of PHS head football coach for 21 years until his retirement at the end of 2017.


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