Sincere Named as Brazosport High School New Head Football Coach

The Brazosport football team welcomed their new athletics coordinator and head football coach at a lively event on Friday afternoon.

Student-athletes, along with school and Brazosport ISD staff, gathered for a mini pep rally, which featured cheerleaders and the Brazosport band. Junior Toric Goins had the special privilege of revealing the new head coach’s name from an envelope handed to him by former Brazosport ISD football coach Zeke Wintjen.

Upon the announcement, the thrilled Exporter football players enthusiastically embraced their new coach, filling the atmosphere with excitement and anticipation.

“I am so overwhelmed because I don’t like attention. I put my head down, and I roll — that’s all I know is just roll. This is exciting to have my family here and have genuine support and love from the administration, the superintendent, assistant superintendent, principals, players, the other coaches, everybody — to have that support; it is an indescribable feeling.”

Sincere’s Gratitude and Commitment

Humbled by the appointment, Sincere expressed gratitude and thanked everyone for their support. He acknowledged his life’s journey leading him to this opportunity and was thrilled to have his family and the administration’s genuine support.

Sincere becomes the 17th head football coach in Brazosport’s history, dating back to the early 1920s. Speaking to the students, he promised to help and support them in any way he can, not just in football but in their lives as well.

Sincere’s Background and Experience

Currently serving as the special teams and running backs coach on Brazosport’s football team, Sincere has experience coaching at various high schools and universities. He played football at Sam Houston State University, earning several accolades and leading his team to two national championship games.

Praise and Confidence from School Officials

Brazosport ISD Superintendent Danny Massey and Brazosport High School Principal Quinton Virgil praised Sincere for his ability to build positive relationships and hold players accountable. They expressed their excitement about working with him in his new role.

Building Connections in the Brazosport Community

Born and raised in Galveston, Sincere found similarities between his hometown and Freeport, which helped him connect with the students and community. He emphasized the importance of a strong sense of community, both inside and outside the school, and looks forward to continuing to build connections as the new head coach.

Leave a Comment