Moody approves Lonnie Judd as head football coach

MOODY, Texas (KWTX) The Moody Bearcats will have a new head coach next season, but he's no stranger to central Texas.

The Moody ISD administration on Wednesday recommended Lonnie Judd of Keller Timber Creek High School to serve as the district's Assistant Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.

After a transition period, Judd will start his official duties at Moody ISD March 2.

"I’m extremely excited to become the Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director at Moody," Judd said. "This is an opportunity for me to bring my brand of hard-nosed, exciting football that the athletes will enjoy playing and the fans will enjoy watching. My philosophy has always been to coach every athlete the way I would want my own son coached. I can’t wait to get started.”

Judd is a graduate of Waco Midway High School and completed his Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master’s in Education from Baylor University.

Judd began his teaching and coaching career at Reicher Catholic High School in 1991 where he coached football, basketball, track & field, and powerlifting.

From 1995-2009, Judd worked at Midway High School as a teacher and coached football, basketball and track & field.

Judd went to Keller ISD in 2009 to help open the new Keller Timber Creek High School, where he currently serves as Asst. Head Football Coach and Offensive Coordinator, and Assistant Track Coach..

Judd and his wife, Lisa, have one son, Brandon, and daughter-in-law, Stephanie.