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Head Coach

Archbishop Hannan High School is pleased to announce Corey Bordelon as the school’s head football coach for the 2020-21 season.

Bordelon, who previously was the head coach at Hannan in 2006, was hired after an extensive search and interview process that led to several highly qualified candidates being considered.

Archbishop Hannan Athletic Director Joe Hines said he couldn’t be happier with the decision by the selection committee and Head of School Chad Barwick to hire Bordelon.

“(Bordelon) and I were together at De La Salle before I started at Hannan,” Hines said. “So I know the kind of person we are getting as a coach and a leader for our young men. 

 

Football

Overview

Archbishop Hannan High School has a long history of outstanding football. Since 1987, the Hawk Football program has formed young men of character who understand the value of teamwork, pride and honor. Their hard work and dedication paid off when they earned the title of State Runner-Up in the 2013 State Football Championship in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Whether you are a novice player or a seasoned veteran, there is a place for you in our program. The team has a ten game schedule of both district and non-district games that follows pre-season weight training, conditioning and practice. The coaches are committed to developing a strong program. Thus our philosophy is that the whole team practices together, although separated by varsity, JV, and freshman skill levels. This sharing of identical concepts in all aspects of the game allows players to move between teams if and when the need arises.

Hannan football players are committed to excellence in both academics and athletics. The program emphasizes this not only on the field, but off the field as well. Our Catholic values and the Gospel of Jesus Christ lie at the heart of all our athletic programs. They play with dignity whether in victory or defeat, and they strive to uphold the school’s commitment to service, character, and sportsmanship. As a result, they are formed into men of character, ethics, and sportsmanship.

Football players are encouraged to participate in other sports programs during the winter and spring, and most are multi-sport athletes.