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Lexington’s new high school’s mascot will be the Stallions, new football head coach former UK assistant

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In November, it was announced that Lexington’s new high school on Winchester Road will be named Frederick Douglass High School, and today, we found out more about the new school, which will open in August. The mascot will be the Stallions, their colors “Keeneland green” and orange, and their new football coach Brian Landis, who spent this past year as a quality control assistant on the Kentucky football staff. Before coming to UK, Landis was an assistant at Eastern Kentucky University and Georgetown College.

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1 Comment for Lexington’s new high school’s mascot will be the Stallions, new football head coach former UK assistant



  1. fauxbobknight
    10:39 am January 3, 2017 Permalink

    What kind of budget does this “high school” football program have?