In his time with the Jaguars, Langford racked up a 29-18 record. That included guiding them to a 10-3 record his final season. He took the Jags to the semifinal round of the 6A state playoffs before losing to Jenks.
When Langford took over the team, the program was in shambles. He was the third coach in three years.
In his first year, Westmoore went 6-6 and won a first round playoff game. They have made the postseason every year under Langford.
Being able to bring the program back to among the state’s elite is one of the things Langford hopes fans will remember about his time at Westmoore.
“I hope that’s what everybody thinks,” Langford said. “I know my staff and I and the players that have come through there the last four years have really worked hard to get things to where we want them. I guess the big piece is just trying to make a big impact on kids. I think we’ve done a great job of doing that.”
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