Feaster has left the building

T-Bubba talks with Coach David Feaster.

By T-Bubba Edwards

Glenbrook Head Coach David Feaster has packed his bags and will be going to Louisiana Christian University (formerly Louisiana College) in Pineville to be the Offensive Coordinator for the Wildcats next season. Coach Feaster has had coaching stints at D’Arbonne Woods, Parkway, Minden, Many and Leesville. 

Who will fill the massive void that Coach Feaster will leave? That will be up to the Glenbrook administration and Athletic Director James Thurman. I was told that Nick Saban has NOT been contacted by Glenbrook. 

When asked what his favorite memory from being at Glenbrook was seeing the Seniors from 7th and 8th graders into the talented group they are today.

Coach Feaster stated coaching college football hadn’t really been a dream but mostly a “backseat dream.” Feaster said the main reason for not perusing a college job was because college coaches do not really get to see their families that much. Coach Feaster’s oldest son, Sammy will be a Junior Wide Receiver at LCU next season, and I am sure will be something that the entire Feaster family will be excited about. Coach Feaster’s youngest son, Ty will be attending another high school for his senior year. Coach Feaster said they are not sure which school that will be, but Ty would have to go out and compete for the starting QB position no matter where he goes. That will mean that one of the returning pieces for the Apaches next season will need to be replaced as well.

(T-Bubba Edwards is a student at Glenbrook School and a columnist for Webster Parish Journal. Listen live to T-Bubba’s Sports Talk at 6:05 p.m. Mondays on KASO AM 1240 and kbef.com.)

Ty Feaster and T-Bubba

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