Varsity Head Coach
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Coach Nathan Encrapera begins his second year as head football coach and tenth season overall on the Rock-A-Chaw sidelines in 2019. In 2018, Saint Stanislaus returned to the post-season finishing second in Region 8-4A.
Prior to the 2018 season, Coach Encrapera served as the defensive coordinator at Saint Stanislaus from 2015 to 2017. The 2015 defense recorded 35.5 sacks and forced 30 turnovers in route to a South State Championship and the schools third appearance in the State Championship contest. In 2016, the Rock-A-Chaw defense was ranked tenth in 4A football for the state of Mississippi while forcing 31 turnovers. The 2017 season saw the Saint Stanislaus defense return to the top 10 of 4A, finishing fourth in scoring defense. From 2012 to 2014, coach Encrapera coached linebackers at SSC.
Coach Encrapera began coaching football in 2000 at Jamestown High School in Williamsburg, Virginia. He served on the Jamestown High School Eagles staff from 2000 to 2005, which included time as the offensive coordinator during the 2004 and 2005 seasons.
Coach Encrapera is also an assistant on the Rock-A-Chaw Baseball staff serving as the pitching coach. In all, he has been a part of five Region 8-4A titles with two South State Championship appearances and the 2015 State Championship.
Coach Encrapera is married to Mrs. Annette Crawley Encrapera and has two children, Gianna and Dominic.
Asst. Varsity / Head Jr. Varsity
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Coach Ashton “Woody” Cagnolatti is entering his third football season at Saint Stanislaus as defensive coordinator. 2019 also marks Coach Woody’s third school year teaching junior high religion. Before joining SSC, coach Woody was head football coach and athletic director at his alma mater, St. John High School in Plaquemine, Louisiana.
Since 2005, coach Woody has had the opportunity to coach and train many notable All-State athletes: Joel Ross, who played for Southern Mississippi University; Evan Mistich, who played for Oklahoma University; and Elijah McGuire who played at the University of Louisiana – Lafayette, and now plays running back for the New York Jets.
Coach Woody is originally from Plaquemine, Louisiana and received his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Nicholls State University.
Coach Woody is married to Farrar S. Cagnolatti. Farrar is a pre-K teacher.
Asst. Varsity / Asst Jr. Varsity
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Coach John Haberman is entering his third season coaching at SSC and his second year as the offensive coordinator. Prior to his time at SSC, coach Haberman was part of back-to-back state championship teams at Jackson Prep. He also coached at Millsaps College, where they won a SCAC Conference Championship and at the high school level in Tennessee (Gallatin Green Wave) and Minnesota (Brainerd Warriors).
Coach Haberman has played for or coached alongside two NFL coaches and the two all-time winningest high school football coaches in Mississippi and Minnesota. Through these experiences, he has built an offensive scheme that blends spread and power football principles that have proven successful at all levels.
Coach Haberman has been the head ninth grade basketball coach for the last two seasons. Last year, SSC won the 9th Grade Region Championship.
Coach Haberman was the starting quarterback and team captain at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, where he also double majored in Political Science and Religious Studies. He is married to Our Lady Academy alumna Victoria Romano Haberman (2007), and looks forward to his son, Jack’s, future years at SSC (2037).
Asst. Varsity / Asst Jr. Varsity
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Coach Jeff Jordan is entering his fifth season as an assistant football and track coach at Saint Stanislaus. He also teaches junior high social studies.
Coach Jordan is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he graduated from Lee High School and later Louisiana State University. Coach Jordan was a football Letterman at LSU and graduated in 1986.
Coach Jordan coached football at the University of Louisiana – Lafayette from 1987 through 1998. He served as head football coach at Opelousas Catholic High in Opelousas Louisiana from 2011 until 2013.
Mark Logan ’86
Asst. Varsity / Asst Jr. Varsity
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Coach Mark Logan is entering his eighteenth year as a teacher and coach at SSC. He currently coaches defensive backs in addition to being head baseball coach. Coach Logan started his career at St. Louis Catholic (1995-1996) in Lake Charles, Louisiana with fellow SSC alum Jay Artigues ’87, where he coached football, basketball, and baseball. Coach Logan also took advantage of coaching opportunities at Hancock High School (1996-1999), where he was an assistant football and baseball coach, and Pass Christian High School (1999-2002), where he was the defensive coordinator and head baseball coach.
Coach Logan was a three-sport athlete at SSC playing football, basketball, and baseball. He was lucky enough to play under and learn from baseball coach, Dr. Fred Weems. He continued his baseball career collegiately at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College at Perkinston where he played for the legendary Ken “Curley” Farris. He finished his career playing in the MJCAC All-Star baseball game at Mississippi College in 1989. He went on to graduate from the University of Mississippi in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
While at SSC, Coach Logan has coached football as defensive coordinator for 10 years, including on the state championship team of 2009 and as defensive backs coach the last five years. He has been the head baseball coach for 16 years. His teams have won six division titles, two South State Championships and two 4-A State Championships (2010 and 2015). He has twice been named Sun Herald Coach of the Year and the Mississippi Association of Coaches Coach of the Year.
Coach Logan has been married for 25 years to Kristi Breland Logan and they have two sons Luke, ’15, and Easton, ’20.
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Coach Rahman McGill is entering his ninth season as a coach, but first season with Saint Stanislaus. His coaching career began in 2010 as a defensive analysts at Alabama State.
Coach McGill spent the previous two seasons as the secondary coach at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans, before being named safeties coach for Saint Stanislaus. In 2018, Coach McGill’s St. Augustine defensive backs posted an impressive turnaround, helping produce 29 turnovers, including 11 interceptions. He has mentored All-State selections such as Donniel Ward-McGee and Dameon McFarland.
Prior to his time at St. Augustine, Coach McGill spent three seasons as the safeties coach at John Ehret High School. He assisted the patriots to an 11-2 record in 2015 and a second place finish in Louisiana High School 5A State Championship.
Coach McGill worked at Hogan Preparatory High School for two years, serving as co-defensive coordinator in 2014 as well as coaching the linebackers in 2013. During his tenure with the Rams, he helped lead the program to back-to-back city championships.
A native of Dallas, Texas, Coach McGill is a graduate of Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama, where he earned his degree in Political Science and History in 2009. Coach McGill is also the moderator of student legislature and instructor, teaching English I and English II at Saint Stanislaus.
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Coach Jake Robinson is entering his first football season at Saint Stanislaus, it also his first year teaching in the high school math department. Prior to joining SSC, coach Robinson coached at Hoover High School in North Canton, Ohio. There, he assisted in leading the team in the league championship in 2018.
Prior to coaching at Hoover, Coach Robinson coached at his alma mater Stow High School, in Stow, Ohio. In his five years there the team won 3 league titles and had several state playoff appearances, including the state semi-finals in 2015.
Prior to returning to Stow, Coach Robinson spent several years coaching Football, Basketball and Baseball at St. Vincent – St. Mary High School, in Akron, Ohio. He was coached on that reached the state semi-finals in football and baseball. He also was on the basketball staff that won two state championships and one state runner-up while there. Coach Robinson was fortunate to be able to coach LeBron James in football and basketball at St. Vincent – St. Mary.
Coach Robinson lives in Bay St. Louis with his son, Colin, who is a freshman at Saint Stanislaus.
Jr. High Head / Athletic Director
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Coach Stace McRaney has served at Saint Stanislaus for 22 years with a total of 29 years in education. He is entering his 12th year as the SSC Director of Athletics. 2019 is Coach McRaney’s tenth year as head junior high baseball coach and ninth year as head junior high football coach.
From 1995-1999, he was the Saint Stanislaus head varsity baseball coach. In past years, he has also served as assistant varsity football coach, assistant varsity baseball coach, head junior high basketball coach assistant varsity soccer coach and the head varsity soccer coach.
Coach McRaney served in the role of dean of students at SSC from 2005 to 2008 and has taught various levels of social studies classes over the years.
|8/16||Jamboree vs Gulfport||6:00 p.m.||SSC||Home||W||21-7|
|8/23||St. Joseph |
|8/30||Long Beach||7:00 p.m.||SSC||Home||W||35-19|
|9/6||St. Martin||7:00 p.m.||St. Martin||Away||L||20-40|
|7:30 p.m.||Pensacola, FL||Away||L||26-34|
(Morgan City, LA)
|7:00 p.m.||Morgan City, LA||Away||W||28-21|
|10/4|| Moss Point* |
|10/11||Bay High*||7:00 p.m.||Bay High||Away||W||42-38|
|10/18||South Plaquemines |
|10/24|| Vancleave* |
|11/1||Pass Christian*||7:00 p.m.||Pass Christian||Away||L||38-35|
Homecoming – October 4, 2019
Senior Night – October 25, 2019