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New additions to DCHS Football coaching staff

The DeKalb County High School Tiger football program will have two new assistant coaches on the sidelines this fall helping head Coach Steve Trapp.


Brad Trapp and Thomas Cagle will be joining the staff.


Trapp has been hired by the school system as a teacher aid at DeKalb Middle School. For the last four years, Trapp has been a coach in the Junior Pro Football Program. He is a DCHS graduate and received a Business Administration Degree from Colorado Tech in 2008. Trapp and his wife Kim have three children, 18 year old Liz, 15 year old Cailin, and 10 year old Briz.


Cagle has been hired by the school system as a world history and geography teacher at DCHS. He comes to DeKalb County from Jackson County High School in Gainesboro where he served one year as head football coach and U.S. History teacher. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in 2012 from Tennessee Tech.


Cagle and his wife Melanie are from Cookeville and are the parents of two sons, five year old Rylan and one year old Evan.