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Cancer survivor Danny Kloza brings perspective to coaching LEE football

In sports, teams and coaches are judged on wins and losses, but is that fair, especially on the high school level?

SAN ANTONIO — The LEE Volunteers open their high school football season this week against the Taft Raiders. The Vols will be looking for their first win in their last 19 regular season games. That’s right, LEE has gone zero for their last 18 outings. They were 0-10 last season, and 2-8 in 2017.

But for head coach Danny Kloza, these days are much more than just wins and losses, it’s about life. His life perspective versus his football perspective. Vinnie Vinzetta has the full story above. 

You might also like his story with the wives of high school football coaches, who shared what football season is like for them and what they hope for out of the 2019 season:

Looking for previews of the 2019 high school football season? We've got you covered.


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