35 years of coaching experience
29 years coaching at James Logan High School
Brooks 2013 Inspiring Coach of the Year top 25 finalist
Coach Lee Webb was born in rural Boise, Idaho, where he lived and worked on a dairy farm – it was these early days in his young life that taught Lee Webb about working hard. An average day for Lee would involve waking up at 4am to move sprinkler pipes until 7am, followed by school, practice and then home to move more sprinkler pipes, eat dinner and go to sleep. He was active in three sports all through high school and college. In his 9th grade year, Coach Webb did Track and Field, Golf and Baseball all during the spring season. He was All State in Football and Basketball as well as being All State and a three time State Champion in Track and Field. He attended Oregon State University, graduating in 1982 with a BS in Health and Physical Education and he received his Masters in 1992. He coached at two community colleges before coming to James Logan High School in 1984. He has also coached Football and Cross Country. A passion of his is coaching The Special Olympics all year.
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