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 Steve Mask 

Steve Mask graduated from Muscle Shoals High School in 1974 and the University of North Alabama in 1980. He also received his Masters from the University of North Alabama in 1982.

Mask began his coaching career at Colbert County High School in 1980 as an assistant football and basketball coach. His first head coaching job was in varsity basketball at Colbert County, where in two seasons the Indians won a region championship and appeared in the State Tournament.

He became the head football coach at Bradshaw in 1990 where he remained for the next five seasons. Three of his teams made the playoffs and the Bruins won a region title in 1991 which was the first in school history.

In 1997, he took over the head coaching duties at Buckhorn for another five seasons. His 1999 Bucks team won a school best nine games.

2002 saw him going back to Colbert County but this time as the head football coach. In five seasons his teams went 42-15 winning four region championships and qualifying for the playoffs each season. His first team reached the 3A championship game before losing to T.R. Miller 38-6.

He left Alabama high school football in 2007 and became the offensive coordinator at East Coweta High School in Newnan, Georgia. He returned as the defensive coordinator at St. Pauls in Mobile before taking over the head coaching duties in 2012.

Coach Mast took over the football program at St. Pauls in Mobile in 2012 and completed a perfect 15-0 season in 2014 capping the year with a class 5A state championship win over Pleasant Grove.

His 2015 team followed by finishing 13-2 and won a second consecutive championship in Tuscaloosa with a 41-26 victory over Mortimer Jordan.

His overall coaching record stands at 179-90 with six region crowns and sixteen playoff appearances in 22 seasons at the helm. He was twice Metro Coach of the year in Huntsville. He was also Times Daily Coach of the Year.


Known Record:  187-94-0   66.5%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
St. Pauls
St. Pauls2020 5A0-000R1
St. Pauls2019 6A8-43512701-13034R16-2281192
St. Pauls2018 6A7-42041640-12038R16-2149109
St. Pauls2017 5A14-14271795-017472R15-115166
St. Pauls2016 5A9-44452552-110256R15-1227108
St. Pauls2015 5A13-25072515-0177103R15-119669
St. Pauls2014 5A15-05701535-019955R1#6-022971
St. Pauls2013 5A10-33551612-15548R16-121284
St. Pauls2012 5A11-34371603-110846R16-122869
 9 Years87-213296159323-586545245-91673768
    
Colbert County
Colbert County2006 3A11-24302632-19166R8#7-0254117
Colbert County2005 3A10-33211672-18535R8#6-117067
Colbert County2004 3A7-52161941-13942R85-216456
Colbert County2003 3A12-24071333-18040R8#7-024663
Colbert County2002 3A12-33822124-111392R8#7-021270
 5 Years52-15175696912-540827532-31046373
    
Buckhorn
Buckhorn2001 5A3-7174293R81-6105229
Buckhorn2000 5A0-10124351R80-776230
Buckhorn1999 5A9-22841890-11648R154-112150
Buckhorn1998 5A4-6248262R151-499158
Buckhorn1997 5A7-42662520-1731R152-15352
 5 Years23-29109613470-223798-19454719
    
Bradshaw
Bradshaw1994 6A3-81602130-1735R161-13935
Bradshaw1993 6A6-4196182R160-1331
Bradshaw1992 6A7-42732040-1721R160-1710
Bradshaw1991 5A5-72532431-14224R15#2-17360
Bradshaw1990 5A4-6174205R150-33574
 5 Years25-29105610471-356803-7157210
    
TOTALS
 24 Years187-947204495636-15135288688-3833302070


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