Class of 2011

STEVE MASK

Inductee

Steve graduated from Muscle Shoals High School in 1974 and the University of North Alabama in 1980. He also received his Masters from UNA in 1982. He began his coaching career at Colbert County High School in 1980 as an assistant football and basketball coach to Hall of Fame members Don Creasy and Arthur Andrews. As a member of the Indians coaching staff, he was a part of state championships in both football and basketball. His first head coaching job was in varsity basketball at Colbert County, where in two seasons the Indians won a region championship and appeared in the State Tournament. After those two years, he became the head football coach at Bradshaw High School in Florence, Alabama leading the Brunis to their first Region Championship in school history and their first ever playoff victory. Bradshaw had three playoff appearance during his reign. He left Bradshaw in 1997 to become the head coach at Buckhorn High School. During that time, the Bucks had two playoff appearances and a school best regular season record of 9-1 in 1999. He was twice Metro Coach of the Year in Huntsville. Steve returned to Colbert County as Head Football Coach in 2002 and was Times Daily Coach of the Year. He retired from Alabama in 2007 and became the offensive coordinator at East Coweta High School in Newnan, Georgia and is currently the Defensive Coordinator at St. Paul's Catholic School in Mobile, Alabama.