Cedar Hill replaces McGuire with Carlos Lynn

Former Cedar Hill assistant hired to replace McGuire

The Cedar Hill ISD approved the hiring of Arlington Seguin’s Carlos Lynn as the Longhorns next head football coach replacing Joey McGuire.

Lynn is no stranger to Cedar Hill as he was the former Longhorns’ defensive coordinator working on McGuire’s staff for nine years. Lynn was the defensive coordinator for the Longhorns’ 5A Division II title run in 2006 and became the head coach at Arlington Seguin in 2008.

Lynn spent nine seasons at Arlington Seguin posting a record of 44-50 including 7-4 this past season. The Cougars made the playoffs four times under Lynn winning one post season game.

Lynn is a graduate of Wilmer-Hutchins high school and played  football at East Central University in Oklahoma. Lynn began his coaching career at Wilmer-Hutchins in 1998 and after three years was hired at Cedar Hill.

McGuire spent 14 seasons as the Longhorns’ head coach leaving with a 141-42 record including 12 playoff appearances and winning three state titles (2006, 2013 and 2014). McGuire left to take a position on Baylor's staff in December.





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