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Head Coach Beau LaBore

Head Coach Beau LaBore

Head coach Beau LaBore

Head Coach Beau LaBore

Years: 2011-Present
Stillwater Record: 73-51 (99-84 overall, Woodbury record from 2005-2010 was 26-32)
Coaching Awards: Conference Coach of the Year 2012, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
Team Awards- Conference Championships: 2012, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023; Section Championships Runner-Up: 2008, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2020, 2021; Section Championships: 2022, 2023

LaBore graduated from South Saint Paul High School, Saint John’s University (Social Science and Secondary Education), and Saint Mary’s University (M.Ed Teaching and Learning). His leadership service includes Metro East Representative, Community Service Committee Chair, Tackle Cancer Board, and Executive Director Committee.

Coach LaBore lives in Stillwater with his wife Ashley. They have a daughter, Brooke.

Coaching Experience:

Varsity Football Coach, Stillwater Area High School, 2011-Present
-Successes include earning the 2012 Suburban East Conference Championship with a 7-1 record … 2012, 2014, and 2015 Section Runner-Up … Creator of Ponies Touchdown Club in 2012 which has helped replace all 9-12 equipment and uniforms, build a practice equipment garage, renovate the weight room equipment, create Ponies Game Day Program, improve the Ponies Record Book … Creator of which earned NGIN’s National High School Website of the Year in 2014 … Earned the Friendship Award from the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund for work with Tackle Cancer in 2014 … Served on the District 834 Long Range Facilities Task Force Resource Team in 2014-2015 that will in part transform the SAHS athletic facilities … Teams in 2012, 2013, and 2014 earned silver academic team awards and in 2015 the gold academic award … USA Football Heads Up certified in 2015.

Varsity Football Coach, Woodbury High School, 2005-2010
-Successes include tying the school’s regular season wins record with seven in 2008 and played in the Section 4-5A Championship game … Oversaw construction of turf surface in 2008. Sought, acquired, and oversaw football stadium renovations for press box, ticket booth, and equipment garage in 2010 … Remodeled and renovated all locker room, storage, and office facilities … Coached in the 2008 Minnesota High School Football All Star Game as the Metro Defensive Coordinator in a 54-13 victory. Coach LaBore is one of 14 men to both coach and play (27-26 Metro victory in 1997) in the game … Teams in 2008, 2009, and 2010 earned academic team awards.

Varsity Assistant Football Coach, South St. Paul High School, 2004
-Successes include most wins in school history (as of 2004), 2004 Section 3AAAA Champions, and 2004 State AAAA Participant

Varsity Assistant Football Coach, Hastings High School, 2002 – 2003
-Successes include 2002 SEC Conference Champions, 2002 Section 3AAAAA Champions, 2003 Section 3AAAAA Champions, 2003 State AAAAA Runner-up

Varsity Assistant Football Coach, Minnetonka High School, 2001

Playing Experience:

Saint John’s University Football, 1997-2000

Coach LaBore was a three-year starter at linebacker, Academic All MIAC from 1998-2000, All MIAC in 1999 and 2000, All American in 1999 and 2000, and named to the All Decade Team. He graduated as the school’s all-time leading tackler. SJU was the 1998 and 1999 MIAC Champion and the 2000 West Region Champions and Division III Runner-up. Coach LaBore played for legendary head football coach John Gagliardi, College Football’s All-time Wins Leader.

South Saint Paul High School, 1993-1997

Coach LaBore was a three-sport All Conference athlete in football, basketball, and track and field. Coach LaBore was an All State linebacker in 1996, scored 1,029 points in basketball, and was the conference runner-up in the 400 meter dash. Coach LaBore was the only athlete in Minnesota to be named to two Academic All State teams (football and basketball) in 1996-1997. He also participated in Student Council, Yearbook, and served as a volunteer coach. In 2011, Coach LaBore became the youngest inductee of the South Saint Paul Athletic Hall of Fame. Coach LaBore’s varsity head coach Randy Bjorklund was named KARE11 Metro Coach of the Year his senior year in 1996.