Beaverton’s Seiser Honored by Detroit Lions

BEAVERTON – Beaverton’s Aaron Seiser has been selected by the Detroit Lions as the Week 7 recipient of the 2019 Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan High School Coach of the Week program.

The 10th-ranked team in Division 7, Beaverton (7-0) ended a 29-game losing streak to Clare last Friday with a 20-0 victory, securing its first outright Jack Pine Conference championship since 1989 in the process.

Now in his eighth season at Beaverton, Seiser has led the Beavers to now four straight playoff appearances since taking over a program in 2012 that went winless the year prior. Seiser also spent three seasons as head coach at Houghton Lake and two seasons at Gladwin. He has a career record of 73-49.

Now in its 23rd year, the Detroit Lions High School Coach of the Week program awards a $2,000 donation to the recipient’s football program and a Gatorade performance package. All winners receive a certificate signed by Lions coach Matt Patricia and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, as well as a personalized game ball and acknowledgement at an upcoming home game. The season’s Coach of the Year will be awarded a $4,000 donation to the school’s football team and a Gatorade performance package.


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