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All about the football Team

The team this year is  young we have our work cut out for us. But this group has made the commitment in the weight room and during winter conditioning. These student athletes have worked harder than any group of players that I've been associated with. Led by a group of seniors they are determined to turn Westchester football around. We as a coaching staff know its going to be a hard season, but we are expecting it to be very competitive year and can't wait to get started. 




Wyatt Henderson

Head Football Coach

Head Coach, Wyatt Henderson

A former NFL player, Henderson brings 23 years of coaching experience, ranging from high school to the professional level.

Wyatt Henderson coached at Lynwood High school last year as the Offensive Coordinator, helping the team compile a 6-4 record while putting up the best offensive output in 7 years, averaging over 34 points a game.

Prior to Lynwood, Wyatt Henderson spent 2013 as the receiver/te coach at Western State Colorado University where he coached, 2 all academic, and one all conference receiver.

From 2008-2012 at West Los Angeles College, Henderson coached four receivers to top-ten finishes in receiving among conference opponents.  Henderson coached back-to-back conference reception leaders in 2009 and 2010, and for three years from 2009-2011, Henderson's receivers at West Los Angeles led the conference in touchdown receptions.

In 2011, Henderson was selected to serve as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Internship program.  Henderson gained valuable experience through the program and helped coach at the professional level with the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL.

Prior to West Los Angeles College, Henderson was the offensive coordinator, recruuiting coordinator, quarterbacks coach and wide receivers coach at Los Angeles Southwest College from 2001-07.  Henderson compiled a record of 20-10 over three seasons. From 2003-2005, Henderson's Cougars led the conference in rushing.

Henderson has also been a member of coaching staffs at Washington Preparatory High School in Los Angeles, Calif. and Canyon High School in Canyon Country, Calif. During his tenure at Canyon High School, Henderson helped the team win 2 CIF championships.

An accomplished wide receiver at Fresno State University from 1977-79, Henderson earned the Dr. Pepper Conference Play of the Year in 1978.

After Fresno State, Henderson went onto play in the NFL as a defensive back for the San Diego Chargers for two seasons, 1981-82.  Henderson then took his talents to the Oakland Invaders of the USFL, where he played three seasons and led the team in touchdown receptions in 1983.