Fedora returns home as head coach

A&M Consolidated High School hires former grad Lee Fedora

The College Station ISD announced the hiring of Lee Fedora as the new Athletics Coordinator and Head Football Coach at A&M Consolidated High School.

Fedora is a graduate of A&M Consolidated High School and returns to his alma mater after spending last year out of the coaching profession.

Fedora last coached at Navasota where in his eleven seasons as the head coach he won two state titles with the Rattlers (3A DII 2012, 4A DI 2014). Fedora resigned from Navasota in February 2016 after the school board declined to give him a contract extension.

Fedora has been a head coach for 18 years with a record of 167-55-1 taking his teams to the playoffs in fourteen seasons. Prior to his time in Navasota Fedora spent four years as the head coach in Rogers and two at Waco Robinson. Fedora spent three years as an assistant coach at A&M Consolidated under Ross Rogers from 1995-1998.

Fedora replaces David Raffield who resigned after six years with the Tigers going 47-25 including 8-4 this past season.

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