Taylor High School Football Coach On Administrative Leave

Courtesy Katy ISD

 

 KATY (Covering Katy News) – Taylor High School football coach Trey Herrmann is on paid administrative leave and his assistant will take control of the program for the rest of the season, according to a statement from the Katy Independent School District. The district is not commenting on why Herrmann was placed on leave but a source with direct knowledge tells Covering Katy that this is not a criminal matter, but it is an administrative issue. It does not involve his role with students. 
“Because this is a personnel matter the district is unable to provide additional information,” said a statement from Katy ISD.

“On Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, parents and guardians of the Taylor High School football team were notified that their head coach was placed on administrative leave until further notice,” said a statement released by the school district on Wednesday morning.

“In his absence, assistant coach Joe Sheffy will be taking his place in leading the Taylor High School football team this season,” the statement also said.  

The Katy ISD statement did say that the administration has confidence in Sheffy’s ability to lead the team for the remainder of this season. Sheffy is a former head coach of Mayde Creek High School. He had a 67-86-2 record at Mayde Creek from 1992 to 2006.

“Sheffy is a certified, highly experienced individual who is well versed on the needs of the team,” the district statement said.  

Taylor lost its season opener against Magnolia on Sept. 15.