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Nicholas Cavallo Named Head Football Coach at Morton Ranch High School

(KATY ISD) – The Katy Independent School District has announced the appointment of Nicholas Cavallo as the new Head Football Coach at Morton Ranch High School. Coach Cavallo will officially assume his role on Jan. 12, 2024.  

Cavallo's coaching philosophy centers around “making a positive impact on student-athletes both on and off the field. Dedicated to teaching valuable lessons in class, character, responsibility and accountability, he aims to equip student-athletes with the necessary skills to become passionate leaders, with the ultimate objective of ensuring that all student-athletes graduate with the tools needed for lifelong success.”

Cavallo career holds a Texas Standard Educator Certification from A+ Texas Teachers with a specialization in Special Education EC-12. Additionally, he earned a bachelor’s degree in law & society from Purdue University and is pursuing a master’s degree in educational administration.

Cavallo most recently served as the Head Football Coach and Campus Athletic Coordinator at George Ranch High School in Richmond. In this role, he guided his teams to the playoffs in five of his six seasons and oversaw athletic programs at Reading Junior High and George Ranch High School. Prior to that, Cavallo was the Defensive Coordinator and Special Education Inclusion Teacher at B.F. Terry High School in Rosenberg.

Cavallo's coaching career includes stints as the Defensive Line and Recruiting Coordinator at Campbell University and as the Defensive Line Graduate Assistant at Purdue University. He also served as an Offensive Player Development Specialist at Rutgers University.

“I am grateful and excited for the opportunity to work with such a dedicated and talented team of educators and staff at Morton Ranch High School,” said Cavallo. “The Mavericks’ reputation precedes itself, and I feel privileged to join this remarkable community. I am excited to hit the ground running and get to work. I am looking forward to building a championship program that both our students and the entire school community can be proud of.”


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