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Stewart out as Head Coach at Northview

Dothan, AL – After five seasons and and a winless 2016 campaign, LaBrian Stewart is out as the Northview Cougars head football coach and athletic director.

Since taking over the Northview football program in 2012, Stewart has lead the Cougars to a combined 16-35 record, including the programs first trip to the postseason in 15 years in 2015.

Stewart becomes the sixth consecutive head football coach to leave the Northview program with an overall loosing record.

Stewart, a former Tallassee high and Tuskegee University standout, came to Northview after serving as an offensive assistant for the Prattville Lions.  During his tenure at Prattville the Lions reached the AHSAA title game three times, winning two 6A state championships.

Prior to his stint at Prattville, Stewart served as the head coach at Bullock County from 2004-2006 compiling a 3-27 record.  He also made stops, as an assistant, at Horseshoe Bend, Tallassee and Northview.

Stewart’s career record as a head coach stands at 19-62.

According to reports, Northview hopes to have a new head coach in place before the start of the next semester, which begins in January.